Talented and Gifted (TAG) » Talented and Gifted Program

Talented and Gifted Program

The Talented and Gifted (TAG) program serves students with special educational needs who have scored at or above (or have the potential to score at or above) the 97th percentile on an academic or intellectual assessment. These students require differentiated instruction in order to help them maximize their potential.
 
TAG students require differentiated instruction in order to help them maximize their potential. Such differentiation may include in-class, pull-out, acceleration, curriculum compacting, grade-skipping, and other appropriate forms of targeted instruction as needed.
 
Woodburn School District is committed to providing educationally appropriate instruction for all students at their appropriate rate and level regardless regardless of race, color, creed, national origin, ancestry, sex, marital status, disability, religious or political affiliation, age or sexual orientation.
 

Current Information Look Here!

TAG Resources (via Google Drive)

WSD TAG Calendar of Events  

WSD TAG Email List   <– Join the email list Here!

Announcements

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Resources

Choice Boards

Oregon Association for Talented and Gifted
National Association for Gifted Children
Oregon Department of Education (ODE) TAG Page

Links for Learning

TAG FAQ (External link to OATAG website)

Looking for the TAG documents that used to be listed here?  They are now housed in the TAG Documents Folder (above).