Please join us this Thursday December 17 in Warwick at CCRI from 6:30-7:30pm for our monthly meeting. Please send any agenda items to firstname.lastname@example.org. RSVP appreciated.
Rhode Island Advocates for Gifted Education has re-formed after a several-year hiatus, and the new board is looking to reinstate our Federal tax-exempt status and be officially recognized as a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization. The application fee for this process is $400, so we are looking to raise this money from members and friends who have a vested interest in gifted education in Rhode Island. Support RIAGE so we can make a difference for our gifted children and yours!
Please contribute through GoFundMe. Thank you!
Attend the New England Conference on Gifted Education and Talent Development (NECGT) October 22-24, 2015 High-potential children advocates: does your child excel in certain areas of learning? Is s/he bored or frustrated at school? Do you wish you had more resources to challenge your child? Is your child very bright yet struggles in some areas at school? If so, you must attend the New England Conference on Gifted Education and Talent Development (NECGT) on October 22-24, 2015 in Cromwell. The theme is “Great Expectations – Beyond the Standards: Developing Advanced Thinkers”, and speakers include the leading thought-contributors to stimulate your thinking and inspire your actions. You’ll interact with parents and professionals like you, learn from the leading experts, and gain resources and tools to help your child. NECGT is hosted by CAG, and co-sponsored by CABE. Learn more and register using this link. For additional information please visit www.ctgifted.org and follow the links to the NECGT section.
Tonight’s meeting is cancelled. Hope to see everyone at the next meeting at CCRI Warwick campus from 6:30-7:30pm on October 29th in Room 2240 (Second floor).
Come meet RIAGE representatives on Friday, August 7 from 5-9pm at Roger William’s Park and Zoo. We will answer any questions you have about what we are doing and plan to do. We will have a little game set up for the children with candy prizes. The Rhode Island Breastfeeding Coalition is hosting this family-friendly event. There will lots of different sponsored educational tables set up around the zoo. The event will also include music and dancing. Zoo exhibits and consessions will remian open for the event, rain or shine. Cost for adults and children over 5 is $5.