Has your child recently taken the CogAT test at school and been recognized as a gifted learner? Do you need help learning more about how to work with your teacher to support your gifted student? Are you interested in learning more about the elementary Discovery Program within Douglas County School District (DCSD)?
Register today for our upcoming GT 101 seminar with Natasha Straayer, from the DCSD Office for Gifted and Talented, and get these questions answered and more! This is a free event being hosted by DCAGT on Wednesday, November 19th at Acres Green Elementary.
We asked registrants what they would like us to cover in the seminar next week and here is what we found from 20 respondents so far:
- 53% want to know more about the GT programming at their local neighborhood school
- 21% have questions about the elementary Discovery Program and the application process
- 16% listed Other - general questions about giftedness and serving GT learners
- 11% want to know about services for twice exceptional (2E) learners
Do you have additional questions? What are we missing? The GT 101 seminar is your opportunity to learn more about supporting gifted students and what this means for your family. It's also a great chance to learn about the services and programs within Douglas County for gifted learners.
Click here to register for this event and let us know how we can help your gifted students!