Wednesday, May 24, 2017

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If you're reading this, then you're part of the IAGC family that believes in finding ways to advocate for and honor those children who need an understanding of their ability to learn quickly and easily, as well as how that ability impacts their social and emotional development. Thank you for caring!!

Our organization consists of members at large, as well as many volunteers who work tirelessly to make a difference. Our president's and board committees provide the foundation for our work. Please share your talents and find a way to assist us with making a difference. If you believe that an altruistic view will help others and therefore help your child(ren), we need you. Find a way to donate your time and/or resources.

Awards and Scholarships – Check our website and consider nominating an adult or child for one of these awards. 

Convention – Join other parents and educators for the IAGC 19th Annual Convention, February 9-11, 2014.  Postcard reminders were mailed to our members. Download the 2014-Conv-Brochure.pdf 

Executive – Support our direction by joining IAGC as a member (individual, retired or full-time student), parent affiliate or institution (See www.iagcgifted.org). Encourage your legistors to support funding for gifted education. Believe that your child deserves the best education possible.

Finance – Consider making a donation to IAGC and/or renew your membership. These and other projects provide the funding to continue advocating for gifted and talented children in Illinois. Check out http://www.firstgiving.com/fundraiser/iagcgifted/iagc2013fundraisingpage

Policy – Talk to your child's principal about the school's policy for gifted education. Meanwhile, know that the policy committee is creating the structure that best supports our organization.