Gifted & Talented

The Spring Hill ISD GT program includes Primary, Intermediate, and Jr. High students. Parents may contact Janna Graham, Gifted and talented coordinator, at 903-323-7708.

Students may be nominated by parents or anyone interested in their educational welfare. Nomination and assessment forms are available in the Primary, Intermediate, and Junior High offices.

Information about the Spring Hill ISD gifted and talented process can also be found in the campus handbook.

 

Spring Hill ISD Nominations for Gifted and Talented Program 2017-18

Spring Hill Independent School District is considering Kindergarten through eighth graders for the gifted and talented program.  Parents or anyone interested in the educational welfare of the student may nominate for the program.  Nomination packets are available in the Primary, Intermediate, or Junior High offices, as well as online. 
Nominations for 1st-8th grades may be submitted from November 27, 2017- February 15, 2018.  All forms must be returned to the Primary (1st and 2nd grades), Intermediate (3rd-5th grades) and Junior High (6th-8th grades) offices by February 15, 2018.

Nominations for Kindergarten may be submitted from November 27, 2017 -January 5, 2018.  All forms must be returned to the Primary office by January 6, 2018. Kindergarten testing will begin in January and 1st-8th grades will test in March 2018.

Information about the Spring Hill ISD gifted and talented program process can be found in the campus handbook.  For information, parents may contact the gifted and talented coordinator, Janna Graham at 903-323-7708. 

GT Forms:
GT Nomination Form
Permission Form
Code VII Parent Behavior Checklist

GT Information:
GT Overview
Texas State Plan
Performance Standards Project