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2013 GATE/SAS Meeting January 23, 2013. Differences between GATE and SAS GATE has 6 areas of identification GATE has 6 areas of identification Intellectual.

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1 2013 GATE/SAS Meeting January 23, 2013

2 Differences between GATE and SAS GATE has 6 areas of identification GATE has 6 areas of identification Intellectual – Ravens Test k-12 Intellectual – Ravens Test k-12 Specific Academic 4 grade and above Specific Academic 4 grade and above Creative Ability – 4-12 Creative Ability – 4-12 Leadership Ability Leadership Ability Visual and Performing Arts 2-12 drawing, painting, dance, drama, voice. Visual and Performing Arts 2-12 drawing, painting, dance, drama, voice. High Achievement – OLSAT (2 nd Grade) High Achievement – OLSAT (2 nd Grade) 2 current consecutive years of scoring advanced on CST in both language arts and math. (450 and 455) 2 current consecutive years of scoring advanced on CST in both language arts and math. (450 and 455)

3 SAS Another educational option Another educational option Teachers share best practices. Teachers share best practices. Increased Identification Increased Identification Differentiation Differentiation Students demonstrate all 4 critical thinking areas and problem solving skills. Students demonstrate all 4 critical thinking areas and problem solving skills. CST scores 450 in LA and 455 in math. CST scores 450 in LA and 455 in math. Teacher recommendation Teacher recommendation

4 GATE students will remain in the program until they graduate from high school. GATE students will remain in the program until they graduate from high school. SAS students remain in the program as long as they stay in an SAS school that they were accepted to. SAS students remain in the program as long as they stay in an SAS school that they were accepted to. Once SAS students matriculate, they have to reapply to other schools. Once SAS students matriculate, they have to reapply to other schools. Both can apply to Gifted/High Ability Magnet Centers. Both can apply to Gifted/High Ability Magnet Centers.

5 Instructional Program at Playa Full Day model Full Day model Differentiation Differentiation Depth and Complexity Depth and Complexity

6 Budget $1,492 this year. $1,492 this year. Last year we received over $7,000 Last year we received over $7,000

7 Curricular Trips/Workshops Nixon Library – April 5 Nixon Library – April 5 MOCA MOCA Will Geer – Taming of the Shrew – May 17 Will Geer – Taming of the Shrew – May 17 Riley Farms – April 13 Riley Farms – April 13 Broad Stage – Jazz Concert Broad Stage – Jazz Concert Mad Science Mad Science

8 Questions – Chryssa Elliott – Chryssa Elliott Phone – Phone –


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