The SAGE Member who nominated Jane Simmons wrote: "Jane ALWAYS does what it takes to make sure her GT kids have what they need to be successful. She works with the GT Specialist at HES on a regular basis to provide enrichment and extensions to all high achieving students she has. Jane as is intentional with … Continue reading GT Educator of the Month: Jane Simmons, Heritage Elementary
All day at Torchy's Tacos on Feb. 18, mention SAGE when you order — and we'll receive a portion of the sales to support our SAGE Senior Scholarship and grants for GT educators. Bring a friend and invite your whole campus! Yum!
All are invited for coffee, networking, and to get ideas about "making the most of play." Thank you to Glenhope Elementary's GT Specialist, Angela Harris, for speaking & for hosting this month's SAGE Coffee Chat. Hosted at Glenhope Elementary for parents of any campus. Thursday, January 23, 2020 at 8 AM – 9 AM
Click here to view the presentation in Google Slides. Post-Event Note: The online bit.ly Q&A on slide 15 was used during the session and is now closed. We will post answers to the questions posed during the session soon. If you have remaining questions, please contact your Counselor or contact firstname.lastname@example.org. Thursday, January 16, 2020Time: … Continue reading Jan. 16, 2020: Choosing Gifted and Advanced Placement high school classes
Saturday, March 28 – 9 to 11 am, PDEC. A mini-conference focusing on neuroscience, creativity and social/emotional aspects of giftedness. Keynote by Dr. Anne Rinn-McCann, Director of the Office of Giftedness, Talent Development and Creativity at the University of North Texas. Breakout sessions by Angie Connell, GT Specialist at Heritage Elementary, and more.
SAGE GT Educator Grant Application Deadline November 22 – Apply at gc-sage.org. Recipients announced in December! SAGE / Campus GT Playdate - Dove Elementary – Nov. 15 – 3 pm – Dove Park SAGE / Campus GT Playdate - Colleyville Elementary – Nov. 20 – after school – Kidsville giftED 2019 — Annual Conference of … Continue reading SAGE Calendar Preview: Winter 2019 to Spring 2020
The parent who nominated Mr. Spitsberg wrote: "My twice-exceptional 7th grader is in Mr. Spitsberg's Humanities class. He has gone above and beyond with a solution-focused mindset to engage and motivate my child in a subject that is not their favorite. Mr. Spitsberg's willingness to communicate with me and try a variety of strategies until we find success has increased my … Continue reading GT Educator of the Month: Timothy Spitsberg, CTMS ASPIRE Humanities 7th
SAGE is selling Dave & Buster’s game cards — and 50% of your purchase will go toward grants, scholarships, and programs for gifted educators, students and parents. Nov. 7: Purchase deadlineNov. 14: Pick up your cards at SAGE 2019 Gifted Pathways eventAfter Nov. 14: We will deliver/mail any cards not picked up >>> Buy Now <<< Buying Options for … Continue reading 2019 Fundraiser: Dave & Buster’s Power Cards
Are you interested in getting together with other parents to discuss topics relevant to raising a gifted/talented child? We are planning an informal meet-up on October 29, 2019 to discuss characteristics of gifted children. Please contact Kimberly Phoenix at email@example.com to get more information and put your name on the list of interested parents.
The GCISD Council of PTAs established the Exceptional Children Committee with a vote during its August 2019 board meeting. The committee will make a huge difference for GCISD’s exceptional children who learn in ways that are the exception to the norm, with a learning difference of any kind, such as ADHD, Dyslexia, autism, giftedness, speech … Continue reading GCISD Council of PTAs votes to establish the “Exceptional Children Committee”