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Gifted Services

Gifted Services are implemented through school-based opportunities which follow state and district objectives and standards. The Office of Gifted Services seeks to address the unique abilities, interests and needs of gifted students through differentiated curricula and instruction, accelerated experiences and other extension opportunities. Specific provisions are made to service the gifted population within the context of the regular classroom and as part of the integrated school day.

The Centerville City Schools Differentiated Services Model is built upon the work of Mary Ruth Coleman, Carol A. Tomlinson and Donald Treffinger. Please note: GIS resource support is provided in grades 3-8 for Level III and Level IV service. Those students in grades 3-8 who are identified as gifted will be considered for gifted services.

Gifted Resources for Parents

Gifted Resources for Parents

McCook Field STEM Challenge


 

Summer academic opportunities for gifted/talented youth

Summer academic opportunities for gifted/talented youth

(updated: Tuesday, May 2, 2017)

Academic summer programs are excellent enrichment experiences to build leadership skills and learn about new fields. These experiences can also be very helpful with career decision-making! Meet new friends, and maybe get a sneak preview of life on campus. Programs may... Read More


Family Days at National Museum of the U.S. Air Force

Family Days at National Museum of the U.S. Air Force

(updated: Monday, October 31, 2016)

Family Days are scheduled at the National Museum of the United States Air Force.   Meteorology Mania March 18, 2017  Participants will learn about various aspects of weather, especially regarding how it affects flight, through a number of fun demos and hands-on activities. at... Read More


Wright State University, Pre-College Programs ...

Wright State University, Pre-College Programs ...

(updated: Monday, August 1, 2016)

... presents Kids on Campus for students in Grades K – 6. To register for the Saturday classes in October and November, please register online at: www.wright.edu/pre-college-programs and click on "Kids on Campus." Registration is limited to 16 students per class. All... Read More


Miami Valley Computer Science Circle

(updated: Monday, August 1, 2016)

The Greater Miami Valley Computer Science Circle (GMVCSC) was founded to help teens understand the computer industry and to guide teenagers in the application of computer science, including robotics, security, programming, etc. Last fall, the Greater Miami Valley Computer Science Circle... Read More


Davidson Institute for Talent Development

Davidson Institute for Talent Development

(updated: Friday, February 5, 2016)

Davidson Young Scholars Application Available The national Davidson Young Scholars program provides FREE support, information, and resources to families of profoundly gifted students. Through an online community and annual event, Young Scholars have the opportunity to meet others with similar interests... Read More