• Gifted Education 

    Oswego Community Unit School District 308 provides services to meet the needs of academically talented students (K-12).
Overview:  Gifted Education Process
  •  DEFINITION

     
    Gifted students in Oswego CUSD308 demonstrate exceptional ability or high potential in intellectual or artistic areas and require services or learning experiences not provided in general education programming in order to fully realize their potential.  These students can be found across all socioeconomic, cultural, and ethnic backgrounds and also amongst special education students and English language learners.

     

    PHILOSOPHY


    In Oswego CUSD308, we are committed to the development of the whole child and believe that gifted students who come from all socioeconomic, cultural, ethnic backgrounds as well as amongst special education students and English language learners must be engaged in challenges and opportunities both within the classroom and outside the traditional setting that cultivate growth in their area(s) of identified giftedness, whether in the intellectual and/or artistic areas.

    With teachers and administrators working in concert with families and communities, we expect that these students will learn the content, skills, and dispositions that will allow them to become leaders in their area(s) of giftedness, demonstrate remarkable creativity, become effective communicators, and exhibit notable productivity as a contributing member of society at the local, regional, national and global level(s).

     


  • PTAG Meetings

    Meetings are held the 1st Tuesday of the month at 7:00 pm in the Community Room at Oswego East High School.

    Upcoming Meeting Dates for 2020:

    January 7th

    February 4

    March 3

    April 7

    May 5

     

     

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