Jenks Public Schools telephone number: 918-299-4415 (extensions listed below) Executive Director for Teaching and Learning: Shan Glandon x2260 shan.glandon @ jenksps.org District Gifted Education . . .
Please click here to access the Jenks Public Schools Gifted Plan.
* Identified gifted students in grades 1-6 are placed in significant cluster groups within heterogeneous classrooms. * Gifted services are primarily delivered through differentiation of the curriculum by the . . .
* Identified gifted students in grades seven through twelve receive services in Pre-Advanced Placement or Advanced Placement courses *In addition, students are placed in either 7th grade math, Pre-Algebra, Algebra, Geometry, or . . .
How does a student qualify for Gifted Services? Any student who attains the 97th percentile or above on a nationally standardized test of intellectual ability will qualify for Gifted Services at Jenks. Jenks Public Schools uses the . . .
When is CogAT offered again? How do I nominate my child for testing? The CogAT will be given on October 3-5, 2017. Parents of students in any may nominate their student for testing (click here for form) , beginning . . .
Pursuant to Section 6 of HB 1017, students may progress in their educational endeavors by subject, course, and/or grade level based on mastery of the Oklahoma Priority Academic Student Skills (PASS), not upon time spent in classes, . . .
NAGC publication: Parenting for Potential The Survival Guide for Parents of Gifted Kids: How to Understand, Live With, and Stick Up for Your Gifted Child by Sally Yahnke Walker Keys to Parenting the Gifted Child by . . .
Acceleration - Curricula and services are adequately paced to meet the needs of children who have shown mastery in certain areas. Advanced Placement (AP) courses - AP classes, which are different from honors courses, are . . .