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We recognize the impact that Covid-19 is having on the local, state, national, and global communities.  Because our highest commitment is to the health and well-being of our District Five families, we will rely on guidance from the District as we make plans for the 2020-2021 school year and will confirm dates for programs and activities as soon as possible.  We appreciate your patience and support as we navigate these unprecedented times.
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Is your child Gifted in the Arts?

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.


Tri-District Arts Consortium Summer 2023

NOMINATIONS ARE NOW OPEN!

Teachers, Parents, and others can nominate a student for any or multiple arts areas.
 
Go to www.tridac.org for more information and to nominate.

NOTE:  This summer program is for students who will be in 6th to 9th grade in the Fall of 2023. 

Be an advocate for gifted education!

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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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