Gifted and Talented

  • Gifted & Talented  Coordinator, Susan M. Shires, MEd  (sshires@scuc.txed.net)

       GT SPRING SYMPOSIUM 2024: Deadline to register is Feb. 13

    WHEN: Tues., Feb. 20

    WHERE: Steele Library       

    TIME: 8:50- 3:30         

             Games, building challenges, food, fun, competitions, prizes, friends...   

             

       Registration:   

     https://docs.google.com/document/d/1PaoA0a2PVw8C5yhpospcnG00tUSJX0Mt4ObqhsMIOeQ/edit?usp=sharing

     

     

     

    High School BOY G/T Parent Information

     

    Testing for  2023-24 will be Nov. 29

    If you would like your child to be tested to determine if GT services would be beneficial, please  complete the  referral forms linked below. This should be submitted no later than October 6.

     

    G/T Parent Referral Link

     

    Testing FAQs for Parents

     

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    GT Parent Information 22-23  Power Point

     

     

     

                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                           

                                    

     

     

     

    One Week Left to Apply for the2022 TAGT Scholarships! 

     
     
    With the help of our generous donors, TAGT offers over $20,000 annually in student scholarship opportunities. By providing the right opportunities we may just spark the minds that will discover innovative answers to the most challenging questions of their generation. These scholarships have the potential to change a student’s life forever.The scholarships available are:New for 2022: Laura Allard Future Vision Scholarship Grows!This scholarship of $7,500 is awarded in honor of Laura Allard, a Founder and the first Executive Director of TAGT, to two (2) graduating G/T high school seniors who demonstrate outstanding academic achievement; possess a strong sense of purpose with clearly defined goals and a long-term plan for achieving those goals. Students from underserved populations are strongly encouraged to apply (e.g., culturally, linguistically, ethnically diverse students; first generation students; rural populations; free or reduced lunch; twice exceptional; etc).Adelle McClendon Young Leader ScholarshipA $2,500 scholarship awarded to a graduating G/T high school senior who has demonstrated outstanding leadership.Summer Enrichment ScholarshipsAwarded to identified gifted students grades K-12, who are currently participating in a gifted program and who want to enrich their learning experience during the summer months. The maximum summer scholarship award is $400. Students may use these scholarships to attend programs with academic, fine art, or performing arts focus.*Students may only qualify as a recipient of a Summer Scholarship once every three years. Summer Scholarship recipients must wait two years before applying again.*The deadline for all applications is April 152022. Please read the scholarship general information prior to beginning your application.
     
     
    Apply Here
     
    For any questions, please contact Sarah Vlcek at 512.499.8248 or svlcek@txgifted.org.

     

     

    GT Parent Orientation Video from the District (English)