Emmet D. Williams Elementary School Gifted and Talented Program provides informal cluster grouping in grades 1, 2 and 3 for students who are performing above grade level in Math and Reading.
Formal Cluster Grouping begins in 4th grade and continues in grades 5 and 6 for identified gifted students.
Teachers strive to meet the individual needs of gifted students in the classroom. The GATE Lead teacher supports and assists the Cluster Teachers in providing differentiation in the classroom, coordinates enrichment opportunities and is an advocate for gifted students and their families in the school.
The elementary GATE Lead Teacher, Cameron Radke, represents Emmet D. Williams Elementary School on the Gifted and Talented Advisory Council, along with the GTAC Parent representative, Tanya Anderson. The GATE Lead Teacher and GTAC Parent Representative are interested in hearing your opinion regarding gifted education issues and would be happy to hear from you.
Please see the contact information on the buttons to the left.