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Is your child gifted in the Arts?

The Nomination Deadline for Tri-DAC is
Friday, December 8, 2023.

The Tri-District Arts Consortium (Tri-DAC) program is a 3-week summer program which serves rising 6th through rising 9th grade artistically gifted and talented students in the fine arts areas of creative writing, dance, music (vocal, strings and wind-percussion), theatre and visual arts.

Auditions for nominees will be held on February 3 and March 2
at Richland Northeast High School.

If you would like to nominate your child to audition for a seat in this Summer Program, complete the Nomination form found HERE 

 For more information about the program, visit

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"Gifted children need strong, responsible advocates, and parent groups can make a difference. It takes persistence of large

groups of parents to assure that provisions for gifted children are kept firmly in place. Parents of children who are gifted need opportunities to share parenting experiences with each other, and parent groups can provide a place where that can happen."


Linda Kreger Silverman

ERIC EC Digest #E515, 1992

"How Parents Can Support Gifted Children"

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