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    The Reynolds School Enrichment Program strives to provide excellent learning opportunities for all students while integrating the current curriculum to engage and excite students in learning. The Enrichment Program is based on current research methods of teaching gifted students. Lessons are developed in collaboration with classroom teachers. Additionally, the Enrichment Teacher serves as a teacher-facilitator for techniques of differentiation and curriculum compacting for primary classrooms.

    Identification

    Students in First and Second Grade who have met the Criteria for the Reynold's Enrichment Program will receive letters, which will be mailed home on September 28th. Forms for appeal may be obtained by Ms. Goralski and must be filed by October 15th.

    New Students in First and Second Grade who have met the Criteria for the Reynold's Enrichment Program will receive letters, which will be mailed home on November 15th. Forms for appeal may be obtained by Ms. Goralski and must be filed by November 30th.

    Students in Kindergarten who have met the Criteria for the Reynold's Enrichment Program will receive letters, which will be mailed out on January 2nd. Forms for appeal may be obtained by Ms. Goralski and must be filed by January 15th.


    Identification Process

    The identification of Enrichment students occurs through regionally developed procedures that involve multiple measures. Students entering K-3 are assessed using:

    • The Quad-district Checklist for Identification
    • Aimsweb Benchmark Scores for Reading and Math


    Enrichment Identification Criteria Matrix

    Regional Grades K-8 Checklist for Enrichment Identification

    For more information, please contact Ms. Goralski at cgoralski@usrschoolsk8.com or 201-961-6300 ext. 2091. Parent conferences are available by appointment for parents of identified students.

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