Elementary School Gifted Services

Students in grades 3, 4, and 5 have the opportunity to participate in verbal (reading and social studies) and/or nonverbal (mathematics and science) enhancement classes. These classes are taught during the school day and are taught by an elementary gifted services specialist. The elementary gifted services curriculum includes the following courses:


Verbal (language arts and social studies)

Non-Verbal (math and science)


  • Ancient Egypt: Gift of the Nile

    (William and Mary Curriculum)

  • The Outer Edge

    (Jamestown Reader Unit)

  • Our Diverse Community


  • Logic and the Scientific Method
  • Project M3: Unraveling the Mystery of the Moli Stone

    (Number & Operations)

  • Inventions



  • The Wild Side

    (Jamestown Reader Unit)

  • Literary Reflections with an Emphasis on Native America
  • Speeches
    • Impromptu
    • “How to”
    • Hobby
  • Hands-On Equations
  • Human Brain
  • Project M³: Record Makers and Breakers

(Using Algebra to Analyze Change)



  • Persuasive Speaking and Writing
  • Debate and Mock Trial
  • Revolutionary War

(William and Mary Curriculum)


  • Models and Design
  • Project M3: What Are Your Chances?

(Data Analysis and Probability)




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