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The purpose of Advanced Studies in Greenwich Public Schools is to provide appropriate learning experiences and intellectual challenge that result in continuous academic growth.

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The Advanced Learning Program has started evaluating grade 2, 3 and 4 students for ALP Reading, Math and Science placement for the 2023-2024 school year. Identified students will meet daily in the ALP classroom in lieu of general education classrooms to receive their instruction in Reading, Math and/or Science.

Parent input is a valuable component of the placement process. In order to refer your student for evaluation to Reading, Math, and/or Science ALP program classes and provide the committee with your insights, please complete the google form found at Parent Referral Form

This form must be completed by Friday, March 17.  

IMPORTANT NOTE: Students who are currently enrolled in elementary ALP Reading, Math and Science classes do not need to be evaluated to continue in ALP Reading, Math and Science for the 2023-2024 school year.  

More Information Available for Parents: 

Please review the presentation:  Elementary ALP Placement Process Video (slides and transcript Spanish slides and transcript). If you still have questions after the video, join  the ALP Leadership Team for a Q&A sessions about the Elementary ALP Placement process on Tuesday, March 7. 

  • Session 1: 9:30 AM  Zoom Link or 646 558 8656 (Webinar ID: 848 7631 7481)

  • Session 2: 7:00 PM  Zoom Link or 646 558 8656 (Webinar ID: 843 0636 7051)

    • Spanish Translations Available during Session 2

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Bonnie O'Regan

ALP Facilitator, Teacher
Central Office
Advanced Learning Program

Robyn Byron

Administrative Assistant
Central Office
Advanced Learning Program

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