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Troy Academic Boosters
City:
Troy
Contact:
Amita Snyder
Email:
meattruk@hotmail.com
District:
Troy
Mission:
Troy Academic Boosters is an alliance of parents, students, and educators with a common mission: to help meet the needs of our gifted students and their parents.
Activities:
We try to provide after school or weekend activities of interest to gifted learners, providing them with more opportunities to express their interests in a social setting. We also provide information to parents regarding needs of their gifted child.
Meetings:
First Monday of the month, 7 pm.
Website:
www.troy.k12.oh.us/depts/gifted
Membership Information:
Parents of any gifted child can hold membership in our organization

Last updated:
5/6/2010


Valley View Academic Boosters Club
City:
Germantown, OH
Contact:
Tommy Baudendistel
Email:
tommy@singingstream.net
District:
Valley View School District
Mission:
The central mission of the VV ABC is encourage and support families of gifted students in the Valley View School District. In addition to this central mission, VV ABC will encourage and promote academic excellence in the general student population.
Activities:
TBD
Meetings:
1st Tuesday of each Month: 01Nov11 06Dec11 etc
Website:
http://www.valleyview.k12.oh.us/
Membership Information:
VV ABC is open to any parent living in the Valley View School District. Membership is $25/year.

Last updated:
1/1/2015


West Central Ohio Association for Gifted Children
City:
Dayton
Contact:
Caroline Ferguson
Email:
cferguson@franklincityschools.com
District:
Western Central Ohio including regions 1,3,4 and 5
Mission:
The mission of WCOAGC is to promote and support the academic, social and emotional needs of gifted students in West Central Ohio.
Activities:
WCOAGC is dedicated: -To provide professional development opportunities. -To increase public awareness of the needs of gifted and talented students through advocacy at the local, state, and national levels. -To encourage interaction and collaboration among members through networking. -To form alliances with community and professional organizations.
Meetings:
Regular meetings of the Association shall be held the second Friday of each month from September through May.
Membership Information:
Full membership in the organization shall be opened to individuals in West Central Ohio who are coordinating gifted and talented programs, and/or who are teaching gifted/talented students in West Central Ohio schools districts, and/or who are teaching or coordinating gifted and talented students in West Central Ohio universities. Associate memberships shall be opened to any person other than a coordinator or teacher who is contributing to the education and welfare of the gifted and talented.

Last updated:
1/1/2015