Dismissal times for the last day of school, Thursday May 23, 2013: Columbine 11:30 a.m., Middle School 11:40 a.m.,
Gateway 11:45 a.m., High School 12:00 p.m., Summit 12:45 p.m.
Woodland Park School District is the place where your child will receive an exemplary education while enjoying the beautiful Colorado mountains and participating in small town traditions.
You want the best for your child — an education with high academic rigor and an emphasis on developing the whole child with a focus on preparing students to thrive in the 21st Century.
Join our team of talented educators in the wonderful little town of Woodland Park.
WPSD is committed to high academic achievement for every child.
Gifted and Talented Education
Gifted and Talented means school age children whose abilities, talents and potential for accomplishment are so exceptional that they require special provisions to be fulfilled, productive, and contributing members of society. GATE students demonstrate exceptional abilities in one or more of the following:
Students may be eligible in four areas:
Eligibility is determined using a body of evidence by the end of 3rd grade with GATE plans and formal services as required. Students are re-screened in 6th grade. GATE plans are written collaboratively with the student, parents and staff identifying areas of strengths and goals, then reviewed yearly.
(CogAT or Ability Score plus 2 criteria)
In addition to a rigorous general education curriculum with a focus on continous improvement for all students including those at the advanced levels, our GATE programming options include:
Elementary Programming Options:
Middle School Programming Options:
High School Programming Options:
Woodland Park School District GATE Staff:
Woodland Park High School: Counseling Center: 686-2074