Next GPAC mtg is November 21st from 6:30 – 8:00 at Bay Middle School – hope to see you there!
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I have heard from many of you regarding study strategies. Often our gifted children are successful through elementary school with limited effort. Then, sometimes between 5th and 7th grade, they find themselves needing to study for the first time. This … Continue reading
Dear Parents, This is information I have shared with your child’s teacher. I thought you may find it interesting too. Duke TIP is a great program for gifted students, ideally grades 4-8, through Duke University! Middle school parents: Consider having … Continue reading
The ESE Parent Advisory Committee, St. Johns County School District-ESE Dept. welcomes Craig A. Davis, PhD for a discussion on Leveraging Your Child’s Neuroplasticity for Deep Work November 5, 2019 – 6:00 pm.-7:30 pm, Fullerwood Training Center, 10 Hildredth Drive, … Continue reading
Gifted Minute Oct 2019
Parents of 4th, 6th, and 7th graders especially, I encourage you to check out the Duke TIPS information and take advantage of these opportunities. The test-taking experience, regardless of the outcome, is very valuable. To ACT … Continue reading
There is a great tutoring link on our Library page called Brainfuse that I am adding to the resources page. It has live help, test prep and much more!!! Here is the link: http://main.stjohnsh.fl.brainfuse.com/authenticate.asp .
Check out the latest Gifted Minute below: Gifted Minute 9-19
In celebration of Hispanic Heritage Month, Governor Ron DeSantis and First Lady Casey DeSantis invite all Florida students to participate in the 2019 Hispanic Heritage Month art and essay contests with the theme of “Celebrating Public Service: Hispanic Heritage Month 2019.” … Continue reading
Hello families! I cannot believe that we are halfway through the school year. As we embark on a new year, we are working on leadership and grit through STEM projects. Each week, for the next 4-6 weeks, your child will … Continue reading