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    Highly Capable Program

     

     

    KFSD is opening their enrollment for the Highly Capable program. If your child demonstrates the following learning characteristics:

     

    1. The child is an intense learner.
    2. The child is an analytical thinker.
    3. The child is a creative producer.
    4. The child is highly motivated in areas of interest.
    5. The child demonstrations High Academic Achievement.

     

    You may nominate a child using the family and community form located on the Kettle Falls school district website (www.kfschools.org). You will find the form under the for parents tab, then click on Highly Capable. You may also pick up the from your child’s school office. Nominations close on October 28th. Students and family will be notified in December.

     

     


     

     

     
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