The Gifted Services Advisory Committee meets monthly during the school year, advises School Board of needs of gifted students in Arlington Public Schools, and annually reviews the Local Plan for the Gifted. This committee makes recommendations to the School Board every two years.
Joining the GSAC
We are always looking for parents, teachers, and community members to join us in our discussions of how Gifted Services effects our students in Arlington County Public Schools. If you would like to be a part of these discussion, please click the following link to learn more:
You can also contact Dan Corcoran (firstname.lastname@example.org), GSAC chair.
Meeting Dates for 2019 – 2020
GSAC typically meets once a month on Mondays starting at 7:00 PM.
Meeting dates are announced via email from Dan Corcoran (email@example.com). The meetings are usually the third or fourth Monday of each month depending on holiday schedules.
Monday, September 23
Syphax Education Center
2110 Washington Blvd
Arlington, Virginia 22204
GSAC Yearly Reports
GSAC writes a report and/or makes recommendations to support improving the ways Arlington Public Services meets the needs of its Gifted Students. These reports detail changes that are being made from year to year, along with how students are being effected by new initiatives and programs. Please look through the following reports to find out more:
Gifted Services Program Evaluation
Policy directives established for Arlington Public Schools require systematic evaluation of personnel, schools, and programs to encourage continuous improvement. All instructional program areas within the Department of Instruction conduct a districtwide program evaluation on a 6-year cycle.
The Gifted Services Office initiated the design of its program evaluation in the 2014 – 2015 school year. The results of the three-year evaluation process was presented to the APS School Board on June 29, 2017.
The Gifted Services Office initiated the design of its program evaluation in the 2005-2006 school year. The results of the two-year evaluation process was presented to the APS School Board on November 13, 2008.