On Wednesday, April 22, 2015, from 6:30pm – 8:00pm, a forum of the GCISD School Board candidates was hosted by CHHS AP Boosters, GHS Advanced Academic Boosters and SAGE at Stacy's Furniture's, 3rd floor, 1900 South Main Street, Grapevine, Texas 76051. Our goal was provide the entire GCISD Community a chance to hear from our … Continue reading April 22: GCISD School Board CANDIDATE FORUM: Video and Additional Questions Answered
GC-SAGE is proud to celebrate kindness and compassion among all students. Join us at the GCISD Rachel's Challenge Rally & Fun Run on Saturday, April 18, 2015 at Grapevine High School. Rachel's Challenge is a national movement to "start a chain reaction of kindness." The event will begin at 8am with the Rachel’s Challenge Rally … Continue reading April 18: Rachel’s Challenge Rally, Fun Run & Community Fair
GC-SAGE thanks the following organizations for their continued support of GT students! 2015 Summer Spotlight Attendees Website Awesome Math https://www.awesomemath.org/summer-program/ Education in Action http://www.educationinaction.org/ Engineering for Kids https://engineeringforkids.com/ Greenhill School - Summer on the Hill http://www.greenhill.org/Page/Summer/Welcome-to-the-Hill IGNITE ! (EA Young) http://www.eayoungacademy.com/academics/ignite MOSAIC (Coppell Gifted Association) http://coppellgifted.org/mosaic/ Princeton Review http://www2.princetonreview.com/ River Legacy http://www.riverlegacy.org/ Robots-4-U http://www.robots-4-u.com/ … Continue reading Summer Spotlight 2015 Vendors
Are you looking for great summer classes and camps that will challenge your child this summer? Then bring the family to SAGE's Summer Spotlight on Tuesday, March 24. Summer Spotlight is a "come and go" exhibitor fair from 6:00 to 8:30 p.m. Plus — new this year — is the "Discover Discoveries" session at 7:00 … Continue reading Tuesday, March 24, 2015 – SAGE Summer Spotlight & Discover Discoveries
Interested in the 2015-16 ASPIRE Academy for Highly Gifted 6th Grade Students? GCISD Advanced Academics invites 5th grade parents to a meeting on Monday, March 2nd at 6:30 p.m. in the Cross Timbers Middle School Library to learn more about 6th Grade ASPIRE Academy for Highly Gifted Students. Also of note: Here is the presentation about … Continue reading Mar. 2nd – Meeting for 5th Grade Parents re: ASPIRE Academy at Cross Timbers Middle School (rescheduled from 2/26)
All 5th grade families interested in learning more about Middle School are invited to learn more at upcoming 5th grade Parent Info Night on Feb. 26 at 6:30 p.m. at each middle school. If you are interested specifically in the ASPIRE Academy at CTMS for Middle School, you can view the presentation given by CTMS … Continue reading Feb. 26th – Middle School FYI: 5th grade Parent Info Night (rescheduled from 2/24)
*Free for SAGE members and $5 for non-members Join us February 12 at noon for a brown bag lunch with Emberly Spillman, Director of Counseling. We will discuss course selection at the middle and high school levels. GCISD Administration Building - Tejas Room 3051 Ira E Woods Ave. Grapevine, TX 76051
The first annual Program Expo will provide information on all Dual Langauge, STEM, or ASPIRE Academy. The Expo will be on Thursday, February 12, from 5:30 to 9:00 pm at Cross Timbers Middle School. Applications for all of these programs will be available on the district's website on Friday, February 13th and will be due … Continue reading Feb. 12 – GCISD Program Expo: Dual Langauge, STEM, or ASPIRE Academy
Dine at California Pizza Kitchen in Grapevine on Monday, December 22, and SAGE will receive 20% of sales.
About the Speaker: Beth Lusby, Ph.D., has been licensed as a psychologist in Texas since 1998. In 2004, she opened Cornerstone Assessment and Guidance Center, LP in Colleyville, Texas. Her practice provides clinical and neuropsychological services to children, adolescents, and families. More bio information. When: 6:30 p.m. on Thursday, November 13, 2014 Where: Panther Room … Continue reading Nov. 13 – Speaker Series – “Mindsets, Optimism, and Self Control” – Beth Lusby, Ph.D.