The Westwood Regional School District's gifted and talented program for sixth and seventh graders fulfills the requirements expressed in the New Jersey Administrative Code. The Westwood Enrichment model identifies students with gifted and talented abilities and provides them with a pullout program. This ongoing identification process uses multiple measures, including achievement test scores, student products, intelligence testing, teacher recommendation, and other appropriate measures. Student information is recorded on a rubric and rated accordingly. The Gifted Program Standards of the National Association for Gifted Children (NAGC) were considered and used to guide the development of curriculum for gifted and talented students. This curriculum included advanced level investigations in various subject areas. Students are expected to expand their knowledge through in-depth research, experimentation, and discussion. They are encouraged to develop their higher order thinking through discussions of abstract ideas, use of logic, and exercises in creativity. Concepts from Bloom's Taxonomy, Renzulli's Enrichment Triad, Torrance's Theory of Creativity, and Gardner's Theory of Multiple Intelligences are used as a foundation to build this enriched curriculum.