What does a day in the life of a C3 student with CTS look like? A typical day will begin with students starting off with their home-teacher. Students will change classrooms so that teachers’ classrooms can reflect the richness of their content area. For instance, the classroom library in the math/science/social studies classroom will be full of content specific reading material and the walls will be filled with content specific posters and student work for scientists and mathematicians. Staff will be working on classroom assignments before the school year begins to ensure that each class represents the diversity of students and learning interests and styles within a grade level. Students will NOT be grouped based on ability levels. Input from parents, students, and teachers will be considered as part of the process.