Save Gateway Gifted Academy
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For years, Reynoldsburg City Schools has offered many programs for elementary, middle, and junior high school students of every learning level. One such program, Gateway Gifted Academy, has been offered to 5th-8th grade gifted students as a community to promote the growth and development of gifted learners. Over the next three years, however, The Reynoldsburg City School Board plans to phase out this program and community, replacing it with a series of cluster services provided by one GIS (Gifted Intervention Specialist) at STEM Middle School, one at Hannah Ashton Middle School, and one at Waggoner Road Middle School.
While these Gifted Intervention Specialists will present students with the opportunity to engage in gifted curriculum, they will not offer the community of learners nor the level of focus on gifted curriculum that Gateway Gifted Academy has provided since its inception. Thus, the alumni and students of Gateway wish to see this program left intact, so that students may continue to reach their maximum potential, be afforded the opportunity to learn not just what to think, but how to think, from their teachers and peers alike, and participate in a community of gifted learners that cannot be recreated or mirrored by the new program proposed.
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