Gifted and Talented Services
Artwork by Kaitlyn Becker, WCHS
The Exceptional Childrenís Educational Act (ECEA) requires all school districts in Colorado to identify and serve students between ages five and twenty-one, whose aptitude or competencies are exceptional or developmentally advanced and require special provisions to meet their educational programming needs.
In order to appropriately identify these students, the district works in compliance with the Colorado Department of Education to implement a specific process which uses both quantitative and qualitative data and a body of evidence to determine eligibility and create Advanced Learning Plans (ALP) for students who qualify.
Click here to see a copy of the†Weld Re-3J Gifted and Talented Parent Handbook.
†Other Important Links:
Whether your student has been identified as gifted for years or she received her initial Advanced Learning Plan this year, every parent and guardian of a gifted child needs resources. Here are a couple dates and links you will want in your back pocket:
- Colorado Department of Education, Gifted Office Parentís Corner:†https://www.cde.state.
- National Association for Gifted Children:†https://www.nagc.
- List of helpful links for parents of Gifted Students:†http://oedb.org/
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For more information on Gifted and Talented Services in Weld Re-3J, nomination forms, identification process or Advanced Learning Plans please contact your school's Gifted and Talented Liaison.
Hoff Elementary- Carrie Hassebrock,†email@example.com
Hudson Elementary- Brenna Morris,†firstname.lastname@example.org
Lochbuie Elementary- Jessica Dreher,†email@example.com
Weld Central Middle School- To be determined
Weld Central High School- To be determined †
RE-3J offers many extra-curricular activities for students at all grade levels. Each school is unique in its programming and the list below is not representative of all schools. Please check with individual buildings in order to find out more information regarding enrichment and extracurricular opportunities.
Elementary:†Band, Choir, Spelling Bee, Student Council, Art Club, Lego Club, Movement Club, Origami Club, Science Club, Odyssey of the Mind, Drama Club, Running Club, Lighthouse Team, Yearbook Team, and Cooking Club.
Secondary:†Brain Bowl, Student Council, Science Club and Science Fair, National Junior Honor Society, National Honor Society, Knowledge Bowl, Speech and Debate, Theatre/Drama Club, Video Game/TSA, Diversity Club, Yearbook, Creative Writing Club, Future Farmers of America(FFA), Fellowship of Christian Athletes (FCA), and Future Business Leaders of America (FBLA)
Artwork detail by Trent Torres, WCHS
Weld County School District RE-3J