Under the leadership of GCISD's GT Specialists Lori Kirkhuff and Melanie Gable, the outstanding creativity and collaboration of educators across GCISD was showcased at the first GCISD LIVE19 Conference. The event was hosted by GCISD on April 23 at the Panther Activity Center next to Colleyville Heritage High School. The acronym LIVE stands for Leadership, Innovation, Voice, and Enrichment — all … Continue reading LIVE19 GT Student Conference
The Nominating Committee for SAGE's elected positions is Harmonie Farrow, Shelly Pollock, and John Logan. Loading...
Get together with elementary G/T students and parents from all campuses! Sunday, April 14, noon to 2 p.m. Come and go.
About the Election: It's not too early to start researching issues and candidates in the next election! Early voting is April 22-30 Election Day is May 4 Candidates Thank you so much to the candidates for taking the time on April 10 to share at SAGE's annual GCISD school board candidate forum that focuses solely on … Continue reading VIDEO of April 10: SAGE’s 2019 School Board Candidate Forum with GT focus
Our SAGE GT Educator of the Month is Ashley White, Learning Liaison, Colleyville Heritage High School. The person who nominated her wrote: "Ashley's impact on gifted education at CHHS is hard to quantify. She facilitates professional learning communities for GT teachers and works tirelessly to ensure teachers have the training and support they need to design … Continue reading GT Educator of the Month: Ashley White, CHHS Learning Liaison
Julie Leslie, Director of Advanced Academics, plans to visit GCISD campuses to meet parents, students and educators; to present information about GCISD's gifted & talented and advanced academics programs; and to provide an opportunity for you to ask questions. Coffee will be provided by SAGE. Watch for invitations from your campus for a "Java … Continue reading April 4: Java With Julie at Silver Lake Elementary, co-hosted with Dove Elementary
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View the original, published in the Dallas Morning News, March 11, 2019 As the Texas Legislature examines school finance, Texas educators, parents and business leaders should agree on the importance of public education for all students. Texas must protect what works and improve what isn't working, and it cannot dismiss the needs of any students. … Continue reading SAGE co-signed editorial in Dallas Morning News: “As the Texas Legislature reforms school finance, don’t forget gifted and talented students”
Enjoy an evening out with other SAGE moms on April 4 at Sloan and Williams Winery! We need at least 20 people to make this a fundraiser, so be sure to come and bring a friend.
The Texas House school finance bill is slated to be revealed March 5, 2019 — and SAGE remains concerned that the G/T allotment could be eliminated, affecting services for 400,000 of Texas' brightest students. Below are some reasons why the allotment is so important to our kids: The Gifted and Talented (GT) Allotment: Necessary to … Continue reading To our GCISD-area Texas State Legislators: Why keep the GT Allotment in the Texas Education budget?