Green Hills School SOAR students participated in NJCGTP Cardboard Engineering Challenge for the second year. Ethan Haiduc Dale won the Judges' Award last year and Kellen Olsyn won Best Engineering Award this year. Both students' masks are currently on display at the Morris Museum.
Gifted students at Green Hills School meet once a week for scheduled Gifted and Talented classes and participate in NJCGTP and SCGTC events and competitions throughout the school year.
The Green Township Board of Education Policy and Regulation 2464- Gifted and Talented Pupils is part of the critical policy manual. The gifted students at Green Hills School are identified yearly. Students in grades three through eight take the SAGES3 Nonverbal and Verbal Reasoning assessments. The SAGES3 score plus other assessments determines eligibility into the GT program. Other assessments may include IReady Reading Assessment, final Language Arts of year grades as well as teacher recommendations. Trained and certified highly qualified gifted and talented teacher provides enrichment to students in grades K-2. In grade 3-8 students who are identified participate in pull out classes and a variety of field trips and competitions.For inquiries and or complaints about the policies and identification process of the gifted and talented program, please contact the gifted and talented teacher/coordinator- Beth Voris- firstname.lastname@example.org