To maximize each student's potential, both academically and socially, through an enriched and accelerated environment.
To develop the student's potential in critical thinking, creative thinking and problem solving skills.
To encourage each student to effectively discover the strategies and styles of learning that are most productive for his/her intellectual development.
To prepare each student for leadership by sharpening communication skills that will enable him/her to share his/her talents with society.
To assist each student in developing a feeling of self worth.
The gifted student has the right to an educational environment where his/her gifts are respected. The Eagle Mountain-Saginaw ISD believes that by identifying and serving these students through special activities and/or educational services these students will reach their potential and become contributing member of our society.The Elementary PACE ProgramPACE ClassesThe PACE (Plan of Action for Curriculum Enrichment) program is for identified gifted students in grades K-5. Parent nominations for students are available at each campus office. Parents and teachers will be notified with the nomination process if open and when testing will take place.