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Columbus PACE
City:
Columbus
Contact:
Keith Gengras
Email:
kgengras@yahoo.com
Mission:
We are a community of parents, grandparents, guardians and families working to help gifted children shine. We know the frustrations, the joys and the intensity of raising a gifted child and we support all those who are on this difficult and wonderful journey.
Activities:
Columbus PACE: - Supports gifted children and their families. - Advocates to see that needs of gifted children are met. - Works with the Columbus City Schools to advocate for and develop programs for children gifted in academics, cognitive ability, creativity, and the visual and performing arts.
Meetings:
4th Thursday of every month between September and May, 6:30-8:00, at various locations throughout Columbus, OH.
Website:
http://www.columbuspace.org
Membership Information:
We are a donation-only organization.

Last updated:
4/25/2017


Gahanna Gifted Student Supporters
City:
Gahanna
Contact:
Daphne Moehring
Email:
dmoehring@columbus.rr.com
District:
Gahanna Jefferson Public Schools
Activities:
Meet September through April for the purpose of

Last updated:
5/17/2017


Gifted Coordinators of Central Ohio
City:
Central Ohio
Contact:
Marge Mulcahy
Email:
mulcahy_marge@dublinschools.net
Mission:
The mission of the Gifted Coordinators of Central Ohio is to foster educational opportunities for gifted and talented children in Central Ohio.
Activities:
Monthly meetings include professional development from outside speakers and internal expertise, professional reading discussions, team problem solving for issues facing our districts, and working with advocates and representatives on policy topics.
Meetings:
Our regular membership meetings are the first Friday of each month from September through May. Contact us for details.
Membership Information:
Gifted coordinators or other district personnel doing the job of a gifted coordinator may join. Members are from Franklin, Licking, Delaware, Fairfield, Union, Pickaway, Knox, Madison, Champagne, Marion, and Logan counties, but others are welcome. Annual dues is $20 and renews each fall.

Last updated:
4/3/2013


New Albany Values Integrated Gifted And Talented Opportunities and Resources (NAVIGATOR)
City:
New Albany
Contact:
Nichole Foreman
Email:
jandnforeman@gmail.com
District:
New Albany
Mission:
NAVIGATOR exists to advocate for world-class gifted services at NAPLS; to enrich the academic experiences of NAPLS for gifted and talented students; and to support the social and emotional well-being of gifted and talented students and their families.
Activities:
Hold monthly parent meetings with guest speakers from the NAPLS district and a Q&A session for parents.
Meetings:
October 18, 2016 November 15, 2016 January 17, 2017 February 22, 2017 March 21, 2017 April 19, 2017 May 16, 2017
Website:
https://navigatornapls.shutterfly.com/
Membership Information:
32 members in good standing

Last updated:
4/23/2017


PACE of SWL
City:
Pataskala
Contact:
Paula Ball
Email:
pball@laca.org
District:
SWL Schools
Mission:
To advocate for continuous and expansion of existing gifted and talented programs. To educate the community to how a gifted child is identified and the needs of a gifted child. To offer support to parents of gifted and talented children. To form an alliance etween parents, teachers, and administrators.
Activities:
T-shirt fundraiser to help students raise money for Washington D.C. Parent information meeting about summer opportunities, and parent meeting about Challenge program.
Meetings:
Officer meetings occur as needed usually monthly. Whole membership meetings occur at least once a quarter.
Membership Information:
Membership is open to anyone who lives in or is involved with the district through employment who is interested in furthering the needs of gifted students in the district.

Last updated:
5/4/2009


SWEPP Supporting Worthington's Enriched Placement Program
City:
Worthington
Contact:
Melissa Lacher
Email:
worthingtonepp@gmail.com
District:
Worthington City Schools
Mission:
The purpose of the association is to foster an awareness of the needs of gifted children and to promote the utilization of home, school and community resources for their benefit.
Activities:
SWEPP provides advocacy of gifted programs at the state and district level, raises money to support EPP programs and classrooms, and keeps parents of gifted children informed about students' needs.
Meetings:
Quarterly membership meetings; information available on website.
Website:
http://www.supportingworthingtonsepp.com/
Membership Information:
Membership is open to all; form is available on our website.

Last updated:
11/3/2013