Federal Way Public Schools Highly Capable Program referral open through Jan. 10

Program provides services to scholars who are designated as highly capable learners.

The Federal Way Public Schools Highly Capable Program referral window is now open. FWPS staff, families, community members and scholars may refer a kindergarten – 11th grade scholar for consideration during the Dec. 2 – Jan. 10, 2020 window for the 2020–21 school year.

The FWPS Highly Capable Program provides services to scholars who are designated as highly capable learners, typically in math and/or English Language Arts (ELA).

If a scholar is designated as a highly capable learner, they will receive specialized instruction and support to meet their needs. For more information visit: www.fwps.org/Page/386.

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