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Activities and Events for Students, Parents, and Families

Approximately 4 evenings each school year, we hold presentations (either in person or virtually) for parents and caregivers on topics of interest to the GT community. See information on upcoming speakers and resources from past presentations.

2022-2023 Parent Education Series

  • Sept. 20 - Viewing and Discussion of Miranda Harper's presentation on "Practical Strategies for Embracing Overexcitabilities." (Conversations with CAGT, 3/15/2022) 

  • Nov. 15 - Panel discussion with A12GTPG board members on 2022 CAGT Conference

  • Jan. 9 - Susanne Keeley - "Encourage, Enhance and Expand Executive Functions in your Child"

  • Apr. 3 - Kelly Teran - "Gifted & Talented Assessments:  What Do the Scores Mean?" - REGISTER

Student & Family Events

We generally offer multiple student events each year to provide enrichment and/or give students an opportunity to connect with other GT students. Past events for elementary aged students have included Super Saturday (our yearly signature event), virtual STEAM Saturday, and Passport to the World Cultural Symposium.  Recent events for middle school students have included Middle School Madness, Middle School Escape Room, and Virtual Escape Room. Family events have included theatre performances with special behind the scenes tours, visit to Denver Art Museum's Monet exhibit with a special preview presentation, visit to the Denver Museum of Nature and Science Robotics exhibit, Service Learning Day, and Social/Emotional Learning Night.

2022-2023 Student and Family Events (new events may be added as the year progresses)

Most of these events require numerous volunteers to run smoothly, including parents and high school students.  Please consider volunteering to help make these events possible! Email us for more information or look for sign up links on our website or in emails from our group.

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