Talented and Gifted (TAG)

  • LOSD Talented and Gifted
  • Social Emotional Support for TAG Students

Enrichment Opportunities

  • LOJ Clubs

  • Contests and Competitions 2022-23

  • Enrichment Opportunities and Resources

LOJ TAG Program Documents

  • 1) Teachers differentiate assignments to meet the rate and level of learning of students in classes; there is not a 'pull-out' program in middle school. Click here for a description of differentiation strategies.

    2) Each TAG student will enroll themselves in a TAG Google Classroom facilitated by Ms. Cochran. This Google Classroom will contain resources for optional enrichment: lists of contests and competitions, a list of school clubs, book lists, and other resources and opportunities that come up throughout the year.

    3) Each TAG student will, with the guidance of the TAG Coordinator, author their own TAG Plan in the fall and reflect on their growth in the spring. 

    4) During the student’s eighth-grade year, he/she/they have the opportunity to complete a Capstone Project. Successful completion of one’s yearly TAG plan, yearly reflection, and a Capstone Project will allow one to earn a "TAG Certification” notation on their transcript at the end of eighth grade. 

    Parent Input Form (Results from the form will be shared with your child's teachers. Direct conversations with individual teachers are always an option.)


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