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Gifted and Talent Development

We're excited you are here! Rosemount Middle School is full of great students who are some of the hardest working and highest achieving kids around! RMS students have many opportunities to learn new and exciting things in school every day. They also participate in contests and competitions, and enjoy a variety of activities, clubs and groups to enrich their daily learning.

Please visit the RMS Gifted and Talented Development website for more detailed information.

Distance Learning Office Hours: Monday-Friday, 9am-11am & 2pm-3pm


RMS is dedicated to developing a Gifted and Talent Development program that suits the needs of all learners through a combination of clustered groupings, advanced/accelerated course work and individual talent development. Through these opportunities we strive to provide a rigorous, engaging and motivating experience for our students at RMS. Please feel free to contact our Gifted and Talent Development coordinator or visit the District 196 Gifted and Talent Development website.

Gifted and talented children are those students with outstanding abilities and capable of higher performance when compared to others of similar age, experience and environment. They have significantly different educational needs from their peers and require educational differentiation as a regular part of their school day to ensure they reach their full potential.
These services are available at all elementary and middle schools.
All District 196 students will have access to Gifted and Talent Development (GTD) services in the hybrid learning model and in the Digital Academy. Each school’s Gifted and Talent Development teacher will provide GTD service to their school’s students in the hybrid model and Digital Academy. GTD teachers will communicate through classroom teachers and/or school communications how all students can access enrichment options and learning extensions. Parents of formally identified gifted students will receive direct communication from their child’s GTD teacher within the first two weeks of school.
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District 196 uses multiple criteria to help identify gifted and talented children. For more information, see policy 610 under Board Policy. 


Tiffany kienitz

Gifted and Talent Development