Gifted & Talented/Enrichment

  • Gifted and talented education opens windows of opportunity for students to enhance their potential through collaboration, innovation, and problem solving. Students are challenged to engage in inquiry, take intellectual risks, exercise critical thinking, and reflect upon and develop their individual talents.

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    In the Livingston Public Schools, we believe all students benefit from higher level thinking and inquiry. Therefore, we service an identified population in addition to offering enrichment for all students. The Schoolwide Enrichment Program provides challenging opportunities which focus upon such areas as public speaking, creative problem solving, philosophical discourse, and STEAM. 
     
    The Academically Gifted program screens all district students in grades 2-8 annually through the use of multiple measures. Identified students participate in small group classes every rotation. These unique programs focus upon such areas as debate, research, scientific inquiry, structual design, creative writing and STEAM. 
     

     
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    Mrs. Michele Bodow
    Collins/Hillside Elementary Schools
    mbodow@livingston.org
    973-535-8000, x8738
     
    Mrs. Erin Carabello
    Mt. Pleasant Middle School
    ecarabello@livingston.org
    973-535-8000, x3011
     
    Mrs. Kelley Miller
    Burnet Hill/Harrison Elementary Schools
    jkemiller@livingston.org
    973-535-8000, x8733

    Mrs. Karin Pinto
    Heritage Middle School
    kpinto@livingston.org
    973-535-8000, x7355

    Mrs. Christine Zambrio
    Mt. Pleasant/Riker Hill Elementary Schools
    czambrio@livingston.org
    973-535-8000, x8803

    Dr. Dorian Gemellaro
    dgemellaro@livingston.org