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  • District GT Referral and Testing Information 

    The GT testing referral window for students in grades 1-4 opens Monday, August 26, and will close at 8:00 am on Friday, September 13. . To refer your JES student in grades 1-4 for the Carroll ISD Gifted and Talented Program, you must fill out the online referral form. Once you reach the confirmation screen on the form linked above, you are finished!  Please note that absolutely NO referrals will be accepted after the 8:00 am deadline on September 13.  Kindergarten testing will be later in the year.

    What is Quest?

    The gifted and talented program in CISD is called Quest at the elementary level.  It is an interdisciplinary program where students are encouraged to make connections and view the world in a more global manner.

    When will testing take place?

    Students in grades 1-3 will test in small groups during school hours in October. All 4th grade students will complete testing in their homeroom classes. Elementary students must meet the Phase I abilities test criteria in order to move forward to the Phase II portion of the screening process.  Phase II involves an achievement test in math and reading.  

    More information about CISD's GT program:

    Get more information about the GT program, scoring requirements, differentiating gifted learners from high achievers, and much more by visiting the district's GT page

    If you have questions regarding the testing process and GT program that you are unable to find on the district website, please contact leslie.andre@southlakecarroll.edu.

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  • Quest Curriculum

    Kindergarten Year at a Glance

    1st Grade Year at a Glance

    2nd Grade Year at a Glance

    3rd Grade Year at at Glance

    4th Grade Year at a Glance

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