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NOVEMBER PACE MEETING
Social Emotional Panel – Parent Discussion
Although giftedness is often evaluated and seen through the lens of intellectual
achievement, giftedness also often comes with a variety of social and emotional
needs. Anxiety, perfectionism, and stress are part of the day to day lives of many
gifted students. Heightened awareness and emotional empathy, intellectual
maturity paired with age appropriate immaturity, issues with peer relationships
and sense of self manifest in many of our gifted children.
Please join us for a panel discussion about Social Emotional Needs of gifted
children. Talk with other families about your shared experiences raising these
exhilarating, frustrating, wonderful kids.
Thursday, November 28, 2018, from 6:30-8:00 p.m.
Georgian Heights Elementary School
784 Georgian Drive, Columbus, Oh 43228
Math Enrichment Night with Dr. Raj Shah
Discover why math is taught differently now. Challenge your child without boring workbooks. Bring your kids and have FUN with MATH! Experience the joy of play and problem solving. Leave with games and activities to use at home.
Dr. Shah is a nationally recognized math education consultant and speaker. He is also the founder of Math Plus Academy, a local afterschool math enrichment program located in Columbus Ohio; and cofounder of The Global Math Project. Bring the family out to learn and have fun!
Thursday, October 25, 2018 from 6:30pm-8:00pm
Ecole Kenwood Elementary School
3770 Shattuck Ave., Columbus, OH 43220
Meet Your Gifted Resource Specialist
This will be an informal meeting with Gifted Specialists and parents. Join us for light refreshments, speak with your child’s Gifted Specialist, and connect with other families going through similar challenges in raising a gifted child. Columbus City Schools has Gifted Resource Specialists assigned to all of our school buildings, and Primary Enrichment Specialists assigned to several of our elementary buildings. Come out and meet your Specialist and see how they can help you maximize your student’s gifted learning experience. To start the meeting, Dr. Colleen Boyle, director of the Gifted and Talented Division will speak on identification and definitions of giftedness.
Thursday, September 20, 2018 from 6:30-8:00pm
Eastmoor Academy (Library)
417 S. Weyant Ave., Columbus, OH 43213
Thank you to all of our parents, speakers, school administrators and friends for your support! We had a great year – and are looking forward to what’s in store for the next.
Our next meeting will be in September 2018. Please visit our page a little closer to the fall season for more details. Enjoy your summer!
The P.A.C.E Board
Elementary to Middle School, Middle to High School, on to higher education, even the transitions from one year to the next, can be hard for some of our students. Please join us at this month’s meeting for guidance in helping your students navigate these changes. Gifted professionals, school administrators, counselors, and parents will share their tips for making these transitions.
Reminder – It is election time at PACE. Next year’s officers will be elected at the May meeting. Please contact PACE if you are interested in this opportunity!
Thursday May 17th from 6:30-8:00 p.m.
Columbus Spanish Immersion
3940 Karl Rd, Columbus, OH 43224
Dr. Sandra Kelly-Schilling, B.A.,M.P.A., J.D., University of Cincinnati, Head of School, for the Schilling School for Gifted Children, Cincinnati, Ohio, will speak on the topic of discipline with gifted children. The Schilling School focuses on individualized gifted education, embracing the “whole child” philosophy wherein the mental, physical, emotional, and spiritual facets of a child’s development will be nurtured.
Monday, April 16, 2018 from 6:30-8:00 p.m.
Columbus Gifted Academy
100 W 4th Ave., Columbus, OH 43201
Social Emotional Needs and Perfectionism in the Gifted Child
Come out and join us, as we welcome Mrs. Heather K. Clark, Gifted Coordinator, Licking County Educational Service Center. She will be speaking on the topics of social and emotional needs and perfectionism with gifted children. Her session will also be an interactive time for parents to learn some effective tools to help their gifted child, and themselves, in this area. You don’t want to miss this one. Hope to see you there!
Thursday, March 22, 2018 from 6:30-8:00 p.m.
Parsons Elementary School
3231 Lee Ellen Pl, Columbus, OH 43207
Meet Your Gifted Specialists!
Columbus City Schools has Gifted Resource Specialists assigned to all of our school buildings and Primary Enrichment Specialists assigned to many kindergarten, 1st, and 2nd grade classrooms. Come out and meet your Gifted Specialists and see how they can help you maximize your student’s gifted learning experience.
This will be an informal meeting with Gifted Specialists and parents. Join us for light refreshments, good discussions, and giveaways. All attendees will be entered into chances to win some great reading materials on raising gifted children this evening. Come out and join us!
Thursday, February 15, 2018 from 6:30-8:00 p.m., Berwick K-8
2595 Scottwood Road, Columbus, Ohio 43209
Due to unforeseen circumstances, the PACE Selective Admissions meeting at Eastmoor Academy tonight has been cancelled. If interested in learning more about the Selective Admissions process, please visit the CCS (Columbus City Schools Selective Admission’s website at http://www.ccsoh.us/SelectiveAdmissions1.aspx. To learn more about the selective admissions school for which your student may be eligible, please contact the school for information or to schedule a tour. We apologize for any inconvenience this has caused.
We will post tour dates and informational meetings held by individual selective admission schools on the PACE page to help families making these important school decisions.
Several schools within the Columbus City Schools (CCS) district participate in the Selective Admissions Lottery program. This program allows gifted & talented students within our district to apply for enrollment at the most appropriate schools through a selective lottery process. Eastmoor Academy and Columbus Alternative High School (CAHS) are academic high school options. For our gifted and talented arts students, there are opportunities at the high school (Fort Hayes Arts and Academic High School), middle school [Arts Impact Middle School (AIMS)], and elementary school (Duxberry Park Arts Impact) levels. Representatives from these schools as well as Central Enrollment will be in attendance to assist you with planning and navigating the CCS selective admission process. Hope to see you there!
Thursday, January 18, 2018 – 6:30p.m.-8:00p.m.
Eastmoor Academy – in the library, 417 S. Weyant Ave., Columbus, Ohio 43213