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FCISD accepting gifted/talented nominations
Luther Thomas Elementary School in Falls City is currently accepting nominations for the gifted and talented program for students in grades 1-6 from parents, educators, and community members until Friday, March 30.
The selection of students for the gifted and talented program is based upon the following criteria: logical thinking and reasoning ability, background information from both teachers and parents, and creative problem- solving ability. Once all the information is gathered, a selection committee will meet to determine which students qualify for the program.
If you are interested in nominating a child for this program, or for more information, call the school at 830-254-3551 and speak to either the child’s teacher or principal.
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