Annual GATE Report
General InformationEach K-12 LAUSD school with identified gifted students is required to complete an Annual GATE Report. The purpose of the GATE Report is to assist schools and Local Districts in program planning for gifted/talented students in accordance with the Recommended Standards for Gifted and Talented Students, approved by the state Board of Education. A GATE Report must be submitted for each cost center at the school (resident, magnet, dual language program).All school-site GATE Reports address four GATE Performance Targets:
After review of the GATE report, the person who submitted the report and principal will receive an email if the report received a status of “Exemplary,” “Approved, or “Not Approved.” SAS schools must maintain “Exemplary” status or risk the loss of SAS designation and/or SAS funding.Please Note: The Annual GATE Report is a public document and a print copy with status should be available in the office for parents and staff to review upon request.
- Gifted Identification
- Instruction and Academic Achievement of GATE Learners
- Knowledgeable and Skilled Staff
- Parent/Family/Community Engagement
To complete the report, GATE/SAS Coordinators must first get approval from the administrator as a designee in the Principal's Portal. Once approved, go to Principal's Portal, then click on "GATE" under Certification to access the report.
Previous Years' GATE Reports
The 2020-2021 Annual GATE Report was required of all K-12 schools that service gifted learners. The only exceptions were early education centers, special education centers, community day schools, and continuation high schools. The 2020-2021 Annual GATE Report was due on Monday, May 17, 2021. All submitted reports have been reviewed by Gifted/Talented Programs and should be available for printing.Please note that no report was due in 2019-2020; however, reports from 2018-2019 may be printed from the Principals' Portal by cost center.