What I’ve Learned from Parents of Gifted Children

by Arlene DeVries That bright enthusiastic parent who reaches out to you with a warm, “Hello,” seems to have everything going for him or her. Who would guess under that façade is one who may be experiencing feelings of frustration, alienation, and confusion about the...

Sharing SENG Model Parent Groups

  According to Shari Hill, it was that “amazing camaraderie” that develops over 10 weeks that drew her in and kept her involved in SENG-Model Parent Groups (SMPG). Shari is nearing the end of her first term as the president of the SENG board of directors and has been...

25th Anniversary Gala Honors

A 25th Anniversary is a very special occasion for any organization. I don’t know the statistics on the success rate for non-profits or associations but most businesses fail in the first year. An organization that makes it to a silver anniversary should step back and...

A September Secret

by Heidi Molbak Dear Teacher, I’m excited about being in your class this year.  I love it when you smile at all of us, when you read us stories, and when you give us interesting projects to do.  I love going to the library with everyone in our class, and I look...

Basic Recipe for Parent Advocates

by Mary Lovell Recipe Makes One Serving: As parents, we are our children’s first advocates* — their first voice. Most parents advocate for their children in some way, but for those of us with gifted children, we often come to that point quite by accident. We...
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