Gifted & Talented (G/T) Services

Campus Message

  • Welcome to the Negley G/T page!  Our hope is that this will be a place you can come to for resources and information.  If you have any questions about the Negley Cluster Model or services at NES please contact our campus G/T Liaison, Stephanie Estes, at  

    The Negley Gifted and Talented Program provides engaging and cooperative learning opportunities, in each grade level.  During class time, students are provided differentiated assignments that engage their academic knowledge and peaks their interest and creativity. 

    Students participate in WIN (What I Need) Time to further enhance their creativity and thinking.  During WIN time, students are given enriched and accelerated projects.   

    Negley uses Depth and Complexity questioning to deepen comprehension and our understanding, while applying our knowledge, in all academic subjects.

    “The Depth and Complexity Icons are visual prompts designed to help students go beyond surface level understanding of a concept and enhance their ability to think critically. These critical thinking tools help students dig deeper into a concept (depth) and understand that concept with greater complexity.” Source: 


    The GT Referral Period is now open! 

    Parent/Guardian referrals can be made by November 30th using THIS LINK.


    Upcoming Parent Meetings:

    • Meeting for Parents of Newly Identified G/T Students - September 27 at 7:00 at the PAC 
    • Assessment Meeting - October 26 at 6:30 at the PAC (Students who are already identified do not need to be retested.)
    • Parent Meet-up: Summer Opportunities - February 15 at 6:30 at the Kimbro Building 


    ● G/T Parent Information Schoology Group - Please join  - PPW5-P8P8-ZK3B2


    Do you know someone doing an awesome job supporting the needs of gifted and advance students? Nominate them for the G/T Spotlight Award using this link...


    Fall 2022 Newsletter - Coming in November! 


    Previous Year Information:

    Spring 2022 GT Showcase - Held in person in homeroom teacher's classrooms. 

    Spring 2021 - GT Showcase 


    Hello Parents!

    My name is Stephanie Estes and I am the Gifted and Talented Liaison and the STEAM teacher, at Negley. If you have any questions about G/T services at our campus, please let me know. I will send out a campus newsletter in November highlighting student work and provide other important information. I look forward to a great year!

    Thank you!

    Mrs. Estes 






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