Art Talented and Gifted (TAG) Overview
The Art TAG program is for 3rd, 4th, and 5th-grade students who potential for developing talented and/or giftedness in visual art. (Please read below about the indicators of giftedness and how students are chosen) Students receive instruction one day a week for two hours, either on Monday or Friday morning or afternoon. Art TAG students travel from their home-based school to School 1 for the Art TAG program. Art TAG students will have two hours to explore, more in-depth, the elements of art and principles of design. Students will dive deep into art history and critically examine art, the process of art-making, and experiment with a variety of art mediums that are not typically used in their regular art classes. Students who display talented and/or giftedness in art, according to the rubric of indicators, as well as a dedication and self-directness with their work are eligible for the Art TAG program.
Art TAG Contact
INTERIM GIFTED SERVICES COORDINATOR
Janina Kusielewicz - Assistant Superintendent of Curriculum & Instruction
ACADEMIC TAG PROGRAM TEACHER, K-5 GIFTED RESOURCE TEACHER