Events & Announcements

Last Meeting Of the Year and a Few Reminders/Requests

May 3, 2017

Final BVPAGE Meeting of the 2016-2017 School Year

Friday May 5

11:30am – 1:00pm

Commons Conference Room at District Office (151st & Metcalf)

 

Topic:  Results of Acceleration Survey

Heidi Mann and Tracy Elford will revisit the results of BVPAGE’s acceleration survey data.  We will speed through the demographics and get to the heart of the comments, advice, concerns, and realities.  We have amazingly insightful parents and students – come hear what they they thought, what they said, and what they recommended regarding single subject and whole grade acceleration.

 

Do You Have a Topic You Want to Hear at BVPAGE Next Year?

If there is a topic you’d like to hear at a BVPAGE meeting, please come to Friday’s meeting and tell us in person OR go to the www.bvpage.org website and use the Contact link to let us know.

 

New committee members needed

Are you interested in setting topics for BVPAGE meetings?  Helping with existing committees?  We are looking for additional parents to help with several of our one-time events – no special skills needed, just a desire to see BVPAGE keep putting on meaningful events and meetings.  We especially need additional volunteers with Summer Opportunities Fair, Brain Blizzard, and Robotics Share Fair.  We can also use help from dedicated people who are familiar with WIX, Facebook, and Twitter, and can help us get the word out about our events and meetings.  Please use the Contact link to let us know how you'd like to help.  Even if you only have a little bit of time, we are always happy to have help.  This is truly a volunteer run organization, so if you feel like it's important, get involved!

 

Thank You to Our Robotics Share Fair Volunteers and Elementary Gifted Teachers!

A quick thank you to our parent volunteers at Friday’s Robotics Share Fair – 2 hours of their time, boundless elementary energy, lots of smiles and robot battles!  Please thank your elementary gifted teacher if they participated in the Share Fair event.  It takes a lot of time and planning on their part to get their 4th &/or 5th grade students to attend this event at CAPS.

 

 

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