|The GTI Summer Institute is managed through ISD 191 Community Education. A dedicated staff is comprised of teachers and professionals from many fields, who will motivate, challenge, and inspire your child.
We are committed to providing individualized instruction and appropriate learning communities.
The Gifted & Talented Institute enhances students’ gifts and talents by:
• Complementing and enriching school curriculum.
• Challenging learners through a variety of courses.
• Creating a partnership among school districts.
We offer a variety of courses and activities, which contribute to a well-rounded education.
All students entering grades 1-9 in the fall of 2018 currently enrolled or identified in a gifted and talented program are eligible. In addition, students demonstrating a skill in the courses offered may enroll. Use the grade your child is entering when registering. ( Remember to update your student's profile. )
A Partnership Between:
Burnsville-Eagan-Savage, ISD 191. Lakeville, ISD 194. Rosemount-Apple Valley-Eagan, ISD 196. Prior Lake-Savage, ISD 719.
The Summer 2018 Gifted & Talented Institute is open for registration.
We are excited to offer GTI in two locations this summer.
The first two sessions, June 18-22 and June 25-29, will be held at Eagle Ridge Middle School and focus on programs for students entering grades 4-9. The next three sessions, July 9-13, July 16-20 and July 23-27, will be held at Gideon Pond Elementary for students entering grades 1-7. Students must be at least 6 years of age to attend.
Eagle Ridge is located at: 13955 Glendale Road in Savage.
Gideon Pond is located at: 613 East 130 th St. in Burnsville
All families will be required to complete a participation form online. Only one is needed per student per summer. It is available when you complete your child's online registration.
|Looking for a comprehensive gifted and talented education throughout the school year for your child? Burnsville-Eagan-Savage School District 191 has gifted and talented magnet schools at both the elementary and junior high levels.