The School District of New Berlin acknowledges that some students are capable of high academic performance and need to receive educational opportunities that will complement the level of their capabilities. In New Berlin School District, the needs of each child are primarily met through the regular classroom teacher by differentiation.
 
Each school has designated a person to coordinate gifted and talented programming, called a TAG liaison. Identification and programming does happen through grade 12 in general intellectual, specific academic, leadership, creativity, and visual and performing arts. The identification process and tools shall be responsive to factors such as, but not limited to, pupils’ economic conditions, race, gender, culture, native language, developmental differences, and identified disabilities as described under such. V of ch. 115, Stats.

School District of New Berlin TAG Structure

Parents, students and community members having questions regarding Gifted and Talented Programming are encouraged to speak to the classroom teacher first. Issues and concerns that cannot be resolved should then be referred to the Building TAG Liaison and then on to the Building Principal, Gifted and Talented Coordinator and Director of Student Services and/or Chief Academic Officer as needed. Building level programming concerns should be shared with the Building Principal. District level programming concerns should be shared with the Gifted and Talented Coordinator. 

 
 
 

 

 

 

School District of New Berlin