Saturday, May 27

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NUMATS 2015-2016 Test Dates

NUMATS testing dates for school year 2015-2016 are now published.  Students in grades 3 through 6 may participate in EXPLORE testing, and students in grades 6 through 9 may participate in ACT and/or SAT testing. Go to www.ctd.northwestern.edu/numats for more information.

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Muhammad Ali Center Council of Students Application Is Now Open.

Muhammad Ali Center Council of Students Application Last year the MAC established a program maximum of 60 MACCS. We will be staying with this number again this year, which means that we’ll be looking to add 15-20 new students to the program (it’s a multi-year program). Students may come into the program during any year of their high school studies (or home …

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GCCS and West Clark Welcome Kay Law on May 22

GCCS teachers who work with high ability students will be in training with master educator Kay Law on May 22 as they learn practical and innovative techniques to motivate students to achieve to their potential.

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Scarlett Harrod and “The Golden Ticket” (also available to today’s GCCS students)

Check out the update on Scarlett Harrod’s inspirational achievements (The Golden Ticket) since being a student at Parkwood Elementary, RVMS, and JHS. For a start, both Georgetown and Duke came knocking at her door with merit scholarship money. The world is now at her feet due to her determination to achieve her goals.

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IAG Scholarship Accepting Entries

Go to https://www.smore.com/ktrm4-iag-scholarship-accepting-entries?ref=email-content#w-8643508862 for information about applying. Applications are due by Friday, March 27th, 2015.

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Feb. 4 – Muhammad Ali Center Seminar

More than 100 identified 3rd-5th-grade high ability students toured the Muhammad Ali Center and took in the world premier of And in this Corner…. Cassius Clay. In the next few weeks, students will respond to this experience in discussion, art, and blogging. The study of Connections: Respect will conclude with a seminar to the Kentucky Museum of Art and Craft …

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7th Grade Students – Jack Kent Cooke Foundation Young Scholars Program

The Jack Kent Cooke Foundation Young Scholars Program, a selective pre-college scholarship, seeks high-performing 7th grade students with financial need. The program cultivates scholars’ talents and abilities throughout high school by providing individualized academic advising, financial support, and a pathway to the foundation’s $40,000 per year College Scholarship. Scholars gain access to help planning a suitable academic course load, summer …

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