Student Gifted and Talented Education Advisory Committee WELCOME TO THE START OF SOMETHING GREAT Parent Meeting. - презентация
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Student Gifted and Talented Education Advisory Committee WELCOME TO THE START OF SOMETHING GREAT Parent Meeting
Agenda What is Our Purpose Advisers Officers Membership Scholarships
Agenda Community Involvement Trips Questions or Comments
This committee is designed to: 1. Provide GATE program information, events, and opportunities for GATE students at Colton High School. 2. To promote academic excellence among the members, leading to higher education.
This Committee is designed to: (cont) 3. To plan enrichment activities in response to GATE students needs, interests, and abilities. 4. To establish ideas for GATE development. 5. To assist in Social and Emotional Development in order to increase responsibility, self-awareness, etc.
Advisers and Officers Ms. Leyva & Mrs. Kennedy Officers President Secretary Sergeant at Arms Brian Romo Micah Hernando Kelly Nguyen Vice-President Treasurer Historian Lotti Theodore Kristen Ramos Niusha Bavadian Web Master Inter Club Council Representative Andrew Brinker Roderick Scott
Membership To become a member you must pay a membership fee of only $10. This gives the club a financial foundation. You must also be a G.A.T.E. identified student with a least a 2.0 Grade Point Average.
Scholarships Three senior students will be selected to be recipients of the clubs scholarships. The three students must obtain a 3.5 GPA for their senior year. These students are ones who were selected by the committee because they have shown responsibility, determination, and have upheld the purpose of this committee.
Community Involvement All students are to participating in events that help the community. Small Group Volunteers We can create small teams of four or five students to go out and do volunteer work as a group.
Trips Museum of Tolerance* Universal Studios Workshops and Lessons Dana Wharf Whale Watching Tour of the Jet Propulsion Laboratory Any other ideas?