Cheney Elementary Highly Capable Program
Program Description
 
The Cheney elementary highly capable program is a full inclusion model at the elementary level.  This means students are serviced in their regular classrooms.  A specialist acts as a consultant to the classroom teacher and aids in meeting the needs of identified learners.  For each identified student, a student learning plan (SLP) is developed at the beginning of each school year and is revisited during each conference.  The purpose of the SLP is to ensure identified children receive the services necessary to facilitate academic growth.  At the middle and high school level, students are served through a variety of advanced course offerings.
 
In addition, enrichment opportunities are made available through the schools.  Contact your child's school for more information about enrichment offerings.
 
Learn more about how our program supports students from our Highly Capable Program Brochure. 
  
 
There is new organization that is designed to provide resources and support to educators and parents of gifted students.  Prodigy Northwest is an organization designed to provide resources and support to educators and parents of gifted students.  Find information about the resources they have to offer at http://www.prodigynw.org.