Carpinteria Unified School District GATE Program
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ELEMENTARY GATE CLUSTER CLASSROOMS
Carpinteria Family School
Grade 3 - Jan Silk
Grades 4-5 - Lorilee Collins
Click here to download a copy of the Icons of Depth and Complexity
and the Content Imperatives:
En espanol: Diferenciacion.pdf
Click here to download a copy of the Universal Concepts:
CARPINTERIA MIDDLE SCHOOL
Grade 6 students are placed in GATE cluster classrooms with other GATE identified students. Middle school teachers incorporate the depth and complexity prompts and use a variety of strategies to differentiate the curriculum to meet the needs of gifted students.
Grade 7-8 students enroll in Honors and AVID classes in addition to participating in a variety of courses to enrich and individualize their program.
At the middle school level students participate in the production of the yearbook and newspaper, drama productions, chess club, band, muses, digital photo, Battle of the Books, math competitions, and the County Spelling Bee.
CARPINTERIA HIGH SCHOOL
High school students participate in a variety of arts and leadership activities including: Theater Arts, Arts Club, Engineering Club, Community Art Projects, Marching and Concert Band, Spanish and French Clubs, Environment Club, and Future Farmers of America (FFA), Movimiento Estudiantil Chicano/a de Atzlan (MEChA), Mock Trial, Associated Student Body, Junior Statesmen of America, California Scholarship Foundation, and Future Leaders of America. GATE students serve as student representatives on the School Site Council and the School Board.