Students are identified for the purpose of meeting their unique learning needs. District 20 identifies students based upon a body of evidence which includes testing, teacher and parent observation, etc.
TAG Education at RHS
Rampart High School offers unique challenges to gifted students through both the wide array of academic courses as well as the variety of co-curricular activities and clubs. The TAG coordinator in conjunction with counselors, teachers, parents and the gifted student work together to place students in classes and enrichments which meet the unique needs of the gifted learner. Classroom teachers plan curriculum according to individual student needs supported by the TAG coordinator.
TAG services include, but are not limited to the following:
Assessment of student need.
Advanced Learning Plans (ALPs) for highly gifted students.
Curriculum extensions and enrichments for Advanced Learning Plans (ALP) students.
Resource assistance and support for classroom teachers.
Mentorship with community participation.
MYP/DP and /A.P. classes.
Independent study for individual students.
Weighted grade availability for A.P. and IB classes.
A variety of activities to include Knowledge Bowl, Science Olympiad, Chess Club, Math Club, etc.
Staff development and training for teachers who work with gifted students.
Opportunities for parents to meet and learn more about giftedness.
All enrichment information is distributed via TAG newsletters and posted to TAG Schoology Courses.