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Gifted and Talented

The mission of Godley ISD’s GT program is to provide a challenging learning environment that nurtures the unique potential of gifted and talented students so that as citizens they can contribute ethically and productively in ways commensurate with their abilities.

GT services are not a reward for work previously completed. Our program is designed to be a journey through new learning that will continually require new efforts. While not true in every circumstance, it is more common than suspected for new students entering the program to require reassurance as they transition into this new experience. Since many of these students are accustomed to success in their previous coursework, they may require extra encouragement and nurturing as they transition into the expectations for the GT program. 

As appropriate, opportunities to learn about our programs and additional opportunities or resources are provided by the GT Coordinator. We provide all official documents in English and Spanish. If another language is deemed necessary, we will do our best to accommodate.

Alyssa Hanna
GT Coordinator
ahanna@godleyisd.net

Referrals are accepted on an ongoing basis. Parents, teachers, community members, and students may refer a child to be tested for the program. The referral deadline to have a 1st-6th grade student assessed in 2020-2021 is September 18, 2020. The referral deadline to have a K or 7th-12th grade student assessed in the 2020-2021 school year is January 29, 2021. Referrals may be submitted through this Google Form.