The Full-time Quest program provides our most highly capable students the opportunity to engage in rigorous, challenging, integrated, and enriched curriculum with their academic peers. The program is designed to meet the needs of students who have been identified as having exceptional cognitive and academic ability by accelerating and enriching the district curriculum. Students are enrolled in a self-contained classroom all day, five days a week. Full-time Quest classes are multi-aged with a 2nd/3rd grade or 4th/5th grade grouping of students. The learning pace is faster than in the regular education program; students are expected to perform work that exceeds grade level standards by at least one grade level. In addition to the accelerated district curriculum, the Full-time Quest program emphasizes advanced academic thinking skills and strategies, strong communication and collaboration skills, and an increased awareness of local and global citizenship.
K5HC Services provide highly capable students in kindergarten to fifth grade school based enrichment in reading and/or math. K5HC Facilitator/Teachers meet with students in small groups for 30 minutes on a weekly basis in the student’s neighborhood school. K5HC services focus on critical thinking and reasoning, creativity, interpersonal relationships and leadership skills. K5HC Teacher/Facilitators also provide resources and strategies to the student’s classroom teacher to assist the teacher with accelerating and differentiating instruction.
Accelerated Programs Staff
Becky Kadrmas, Director
Janette Cimburek, Administrative Supervisor
Amanda Olson, Administrative Professional
Jennifer Rusch, Administrative Professional
Britt Galen, Accelerated Programs Psychologist
Crystal Batlle, Instructional Specialist