Gifted and Talented Program

Course Offering and links to Course Web Pages

The philosophy of the Carroll Community School District's Gifted and Talented Program is to meet the diversified cognitive, emotional, and social needs of gifted and talented students regardless of gender, ethnic origin, socioeconomic status, or physical ability. As the needs of the gifted are met, students will develop into autonomous learners with the abilities to be responsible for the development, implementation, and evaluation of their own learning.
Course Description

Instructor Bio and Professional Web Pages

Kelly Borchers:

Kelly Borchers has been teaching in the Carroll Community School District for 10 years joining the staff in 1995 as a high school history teacher and K-12 gifted and talented instructor. She previously taught gifted and talented for two years at East Monona and Charter Oak-Ute. She is currently teaching 6-12 gifted and talented. Mrs. Borchers is also the 6-12 academic competition moderator for History Day, Mock Trial, Future Problem Solving and Destination Imagination. As coach and coordinator she has taken students to nationals for History Day, Global Finals for Destination Imagination, and numerous state tournaments for Mock Trial and Future Problem Solving.

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