• The NNAT3 gifted and talented screening window has been postponed due to TestNav testing platform technical issues. Our technology department is working to troubleshoot and rectify the issues. 1st grade screening will begin as soon as we are able to fully access the testing platform. We anticipate that testing will be completed no later than Nov. 30th.  No action is required. We will communicate updates on the Gifted curriculum website page.



    We we want is to see the child inpursuit of knowledge, and not knowledge in pursuit of the child.
                                                                                                      George Bernard Shaw
WG Gifted Education
  • The Webster Groves School District community is committed to academic and personal success for every student.

    The state of Missouri defines gifted children as "those children who exhibit precocious development of mental capacity and learning potential as determined by competent professional evaluation to the extent that continued educational growth and stimulation could best be served by an academic environment beyond that offered through a standard grade level curriculum." 

    In the WGSD, gifted students have the opportunity to achieve district goals at the level commensurate with their ability.  They will also be challenged to apply their knowledge and skills in complex and advanced ways so that they can continue to develop academically. Along with the state’s Show-Me Standards, the Webster Groves School District Gifted and Talented Program Goals include:

    • To provide challenging learning experiences beyond the regular curriculum.
    • To develop and promote high level thinking and problem solving skills.
    • To develop creative expression.
    • To provide opportunities to develop self-awareness, autonomy, and self direction.
    • To provide opportunities for sharing and exchanging ideas in a supportive environment.

    Nomination forms must be completed and returned to the building WINGS instructor, gifted specialist or district gifted coordinator by the district-wide deadlines of November 15 (for high school consideration for second semester only) and December 15 (for consideration at any grade level during the current school year).  The deadlines will be honored in order to allow adequate time for the screening and evaluation process to take place.


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