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Gifted and Talented Advisory Council (GTAC) Minutes for April, 26, 2022

Gifted and Talented Advisory Council (GTAC)
Meeting Minutes Tuesday, April 26, 2022
5:00 - 6:30 p.m.

 

I.    Welcome

  • Teri Emery

II.    District 196 Identification 21-22

  • Teri Emery and Amy Miller

III.    Elementary Service Model

  • Teri Emery and Amy Miller

IV.    GTD Priorities 2022-23

  • Teri Emery

V.    GTAC Recognition

  • Teri Emery


Schedule for 2022-23 school year meetings: October 4 - Dakota Room, District Office November 29 – Dakota Room, District Office February 28– Dakota Room, District Office April 25 – Dakota Room, District Office

All meetings are 5-6:30 p.m. at Dakota Room, District Office 3455 West 153rd Street, Rosemount, MN 55068. Please call Cathy at 651-423-7885 or email cathy.fischbach@district196.org if you cannot attend.

Minutes
Teri introduced agenda

GTD Identification 21-22 Overview of process thus far

  • Completed:
    • Assessment identified
    • School identified/green sheets
  • Remaining:
    • Parent reconsideration

Review of data

  • Teri led the group through identification data based on federal designations for race, ethnicity, FRP, SPED/504, and LEP
    • Growth areas highlighted
  • Scott Peters review team will provide feedback on universal identification process and make recommendations

Reconsideration process for families
Letters mailed to families on Monday, April 25, 2022

  • Letters shared with GTAC members:
    • Letter to families with students in grades 2, 3, and 4
    • Letter for families with newly identified students
    • Letter for families with students who are already identify
    • Describes elementary service model
  • Letter to families with students in grade 5

A GTAC member raised the question of having a similar level of detail in the letter to families of students who will be going to middle school. MS service model is not clear to families and varies from building to building.

Draft of “2022-23 GTD Priorities” shared with members and each member was asked to review two priorities.

GTAC members broke into three groups, reviewed priorities, and generated questions. Full group share-out.
Elementary GTD services - clustering in grades 3-5

  • Cluster teachers receive training in advanced differentiation and implement it in classrooms with GTD specialist support
  • Video/photograph examples of what differentiated instruction looks like in the classroom
    • OR example

Goodbye to graduating seniors and members ending their terms
 

  • Gifted and Talented

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