If you haven't already emailed or called to express your opinion about funding gifted education, please do it today — the Texas Commission on Public School Finance has been meeting in Austin to study school finance and draft a recommendation for the Texas Legislature's consideration in the 2019 legislative session. View the full TAGT alert for … Continue reading Legislative alert: Gifted Education in Texas needs your voice!
SAGE is pleased to be invited to present a breakout session about gifted learning differences during the "Learning Differences" event hosted by Bransford Elementary PTA on April 24. The SAGE breakout session will cover how gifted students learn differently, and talk about the difference between a high-achiever and a gifted learner. Our presenter will be … Continue reading April 24: SAGE to participate in ‘Learning Differences’ Event
Choose Kindness! SAGE will be there supporting GCISD's Rachel's Challenge Rally & 5K on early on Saturday, April 21, 2108, at Colleyville Heritage High School. Join the community for a morning of fun, celebrations and healthy choices. Click here to register for the Rachel's Challenge 5K. Students and GCISD employees may participate in the 5K … Continue reading SAGE Supports GCISD’s Rachel’s Challenge 2018
Who: Gifted & Talented Elementary Kids and Parents Where: Parr Park When: Wed, April 25, 2018. 3 to 5 pm (Please feel free to come and go as you are able) Let’s face it—our GT kids will together for many years to come! Come get to know each other better, and cross-network with parents and … Continue reading SAGE Playground Playdate for GT Elementary Families
Know a family with a newly identified gifted student? Please share SAGE with them! We would like to welcome them to the SAGE community by offering them a complimentary SAGE membership for the rest of this year. It's a great opportunity to meet other families and also learn a little about SAGE's mission. We will … Continue reading FREE SAGE membership to newly identified gifted students’ families. Offer expires May 18
We asked SAGE members to nominate an educator who's going above and beyond for gifted students. Our SAGE GT Educator of the Month is Dr. Sheri Robbins, GT Specialist at Bear Creek Elementary. The two people who nominated her wrote: "The biggest compliment we can pay Dr. Robbins is she has made our two children … Continue reading GT Educator of the Month: Sheri Robbins
SAGE's mission is to ensure gifted children in Grapevine/Colleyville reach their fullest potential by advocating on their behalf; connecting parents to valuable resources and to each other; and by educating and supporting their teachers and administrators. Do you strongly support our mission? We invite you to nominate yourself or a friend for a Board leadership … Continue reading 2018-2019 SAGE Nominating Committee
SAGE will have a booth at the GCISD Rachel's Challenge 5K and Community Expo on April 21 at Colleyville Heritage High School. The Rachel's Challenge initiative aims to inspire students to replace acts of bullying with acts of respect and kindness. Click to register for free 5K participation for your student!
Plan a meet-up with friends and support SAGE student scholarships and teacher grants! On Tuesday, April 3, between 4 p.m and 8 p.m., come to Chipotle on 121 and Glade Rd., and SAGE will receive 50% of proceeds. Show this flyer to the cashier.
The new Advanced Academics Director was announced tonight by the GCISD Board of Trustees. The Board approved Julie Martin Leslie, who was previously Coordinator of the Gifted & Talented Program for Frisco ISD and has worked 21+ years in public education as a teacher and administrator. Becky Manning, the current Director of Advanced Academics for … Continue reading Julie Martin Leslie announced as new Advanced Academics Director