The Students' Activities in Investigative Learning, SAIL, program is designed for those middle school students who meet Missouri's criteria for “gifted” education. These students are selected annually, at the end of their 5th grade year. Students not selected for immediate inclusion are put on a waiting list.
The SAIL program offers classes which enable the gifted/talented middle school students an opportunity to self-select topics of interest for independent or small group investigation within Hazelwood's approved curriculum for gifted education. Various activities in each field of learning make this a multi-dimensional program. Guest speakers, field trips, and academic competitions at the district, state, and national level are another means of meeting the interests of all students.
|SAIL will be a premier learning community of problem-solvers characterized by excellence, equity, and high expectations.|
|SAIL will advocate for gifted children and provide challenges appropriate to gifted children's academic, social, and emotional needs|
Hazelwood Central Middle
|Chandria Howard, email@example.com|
|Hazelwood East Middle
Daniel Healy, firstname.lastname@example.org
|Hazelwood North Middle
||DeEtte Brower, email@example.com|
|Hazelwood Northwest Middle
||Carrie Sansone, firstname.lastname@example.org|
|Hazelwood Southeast Middle
Sonja Brewer, email@example.com
|Hazelwood West Middle
||John DeGuire, firstname.lastname@example.org|