Thanks to Our Gifted Teachers and Staff for Another Successful Year!

On behalf of our students and families, P.A.C.E. would like to take this opportunity to thank our Gifted and Talented teachers and staff for another great year. There are so many things that you have done, which some might call above and beyond the call of duty. Most of you simply consider these things to be your standard professional conduct.

It has always been my observation that GT teachers work the longest days – mornings through evenings. You never stop caring about our kids! My perception is that most of you aren’t doing this only as a job: your teaching is a mission, a ministry. (I observe that most teachers in general work long hours. Our GT teachers are just the most extremely dedicated!)

I urge you all to have a glorious summer. Refresh yourselves with some time for friends, family, and relaxation. And, as many of you will be engaged in continuing learning, I hope you enjoy the opportunity to learn something that will give you joy – as well as making you more rounded persons and even better teachers! I encourage you to explore things that will rekindle the excitement about learning that probably led you to want to share that excitement with students in the first place.

Thanks again!

Scott Prigan
for all the P.A.C.E. people

N.B. to P.A.C.E. people: I encourage you to add your Comments and Connections.

2 thoughts on “Thanks to Our Gifted Teachers and Staff for Another Successful Year!

  1. Thank you very much for your continued support of our gifted students and their families. Your expertise, insight and dedication are unparalleled. As a parent of a gifted child, I look forward to partnering with you as the new model is implemented. Broadening service to our districts children will benefit not only the individual, but over time develop our children as stronger, more competent leaders.

    – Debra White-Johnson, P.A.C.E. VP 2011-2012, continuing on P.A.C.E. Steering.

  2. Matt B., one of you, for whom I already had great respect, has been providing great insights and ideas on the Superintendent’s Task Force on Gifted and Talented, where we seek to plot the best direction for GT services in coming years. I was pleased to see how he had taken initiative in devising ways to help seek the best placement in math courses for each identified student.

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