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Gifted and Talented

 

 

Weslaco ISD Gifted and Talented students take given opportunities to work together as a group, individually, and with other students. Gifted services are administered according to age and grade.

2023-2024 Nomination Google Form

2023-2024 GT Identification & assesment Video

 

 

ELEMENTARY G/T SERVICES offer curriculum differentiation through a pull-out program called QUEST. The students are served according to grade level and are pulled-out for 45 minutes twice a week. The QUEST Program focuses on the General Intellectual Abilities model. Credit by examination is also offered.

For kindergarten students identified for GT service, QUEST consists of 45 minutes a week in the QUEST classroom beginning the week of March 1. 

MIDDLE SCHOOL G/T SERVICES offer curriculum differentiation through a pull-out program (45 minutes twice a week ), credit by examination and Pre-Advanced Placement courses for high school credit.

HIGH SCHOOL G/T SERVICES offer curriculum differentiation, credit by examination, honors, advanced placement courses, and dual credit.


 

The Texas State Plan for the Education of Gifted/Talented Students (State Plan) – revised 2019

English Version

For a print-ready file allowing you to produce an English-Spanish flip version of the Texas State Plan for the Education of Gifted/Talented Students, please e-mail gted@tea.texas.gov.

Gifted/Talented Frequently Asked Questions provides information relating to the State Plan and should not be construed as TEA rules. The PDF version of the G/T FAQs (PDF, 69 KB) are available.