Gifted & Talented
The mission of Aledo Independent School District’s Gifted Education Program is to provide advanced, appropriate, and quality educational experiences to develop higher level thinking skills, creative problem solving, and the desire for excellence and autonomous learning.
Aledo ISD Gifted and Talented services are designed to identify and serve general intellectual giftedness. Students identified gifted in the area of general intellectual ability possess the ability to perform at an exceptionally high level in a variety of cognitive areas such as abstract reasoning, logical reasoning, social awareness, memory, nonverbal ability and the analysis, synthesis, and evaluation of information.
2023-2024 GT Curriculum
How can I refer my student for gifted services?
How do gifted children receive services in Aledo ISD?
Can my preschool student be tested for GT services?
How often will my students receive GT services?
How are my students’ needs met in a general education classroom setting?
I am new to Aledo ISD, and my child was identified as being gifted in another state or in another district in Texas. Is he/she automatically placed into your gifted program?
What if my student was previously GT and we are an active military family?
Aledo ISD Administration Building
1008 Bailey Ranch Road
Aledo, TX 76008
To request testing or more information, please contact the campus GT specialist for your child:
- Natalie Garrett: Walsh Elementary and Stuard Elementary
- Elizabeth Garcia: McCall Elementary and Coder Elementary
- Amanda Moore: Annetta Elementary and Vandagriff Elementary
Middle School GT Liaisons: