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Falls City ISD invites GT nominations
The Falls City Independent School District is currently accepting nominations for its Gifted and Talented program for students through Friday, March 29. Students in first though sixth grades may be nominated by parents, educators, or community members.
The selection of students for the Gifted and Talented program is based upon logical thinking and reasoning ability, background information from both parents and teachers, and creative problem-solving ability. Once all information is collected, a selection committee will determine which students qualify.
To nominate a child, call 830-254-3351 to speak with your child’s teacher.
For more information, call Charnel Ehlers at 830-254-3351, ext. 204.
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