• Students identified for gifted services will participate in the FUSION program. 

    The School-Based, Collaborative Gifted Program, now known as FUSION, is a new model for delivering gifted services for 4th and 5th grade gifted learners. It was established to provide gifted services for students at their home schools. A gifted resource teacher collaborates with classroom teachers to challenge gifted learners in their regular classrooms by enriching and extending the general curriculum and by integrating curricula developed for gifted learners (e.g., William & Mary Literature Units, Jacob's Ladder, and Mentoring Mathematical Minds).  In addition, gifted learners meet during the week with other gifted learners to collaborate on a variety of challenging, interdisciplinary projects.

    The School-Based, Collaborative Gifted Program will be implemented at LCPS elementary schools during the 2022-2023 school year.

    Fusion classes begin Tuesday, September 6, 2022. 

    During the first days of school, Mrs. Cornell will meet with all Fusion students to explain about what to expect.  She will review supplies needed and will discuss with them what to expect.

    E-mail Mrs. Cornell

     The Gifted Education Program goals are: 

    To become divergent creative thinkers who recognize problems and solve them. 

    To construct a personal meaning and understanding of others and of the world around them. 

    To develop the capacity for self assessment (ownership of the learning).




Last Modified on August 15, 2022