Elementary Extracurricular Activities

The following activities are open to all identified Gifted and Talented students for the 2021-2022 school year.

Continental Math (2-5) Students learn problem solving strategies and may compete in a national problem-solving competition.

Noetic Math (2-5)

Students use a variety of strategies to compete in a national problem-solving competition led by the Advanced Learning Program consultant.

Battle of the Books (3-5) Students form teams of 4-6 participants and read from a pre-determined list of 40 books. Students are quizzed at a regional competition with other schools. The highest scoring teams advance to the district Battle of the Books final competition.

Parent Child Workshops (K-5) Parent Child Workshops are designed to be attended by the parent and the child together focusing on a common interest. Your choices will be sent later.

Gold Star Readers-The 20 Book Challenge (K-3) During the three months, students attempt to read 20 books from a selected list to receive medals and ribbons.

Science Fair (K-5) Students interested in science create a display describing some scientific event or experiment and present it at a science fair. Competitive students may choose to have their projects judged by experts.

Showcase (K-5) Students choose a topic of interest and conduct research. This independent study culminates with a one-night showcase exhibition.

NOTE: Dates and location are subject to change depending on availability.