Here are Four Certainties of Parenting in These Uncertain Times
Uncertainty is an inescapable truth of the human condition. As parents, all the recent changes in our routines, restrictions on travel and goods, sensational news stories, and rumors all clearly point to trying times for our young people as well as adults. Our School Counselor, Joshua Clemmons reminds us a parents to remember these 4 certainties as we navigate these uncertain times.
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Fandom, Giftedness, and Community in Times of Uncertainty
Our own Ambassador to the Muggle World, Ms. Pedersen, shares a wonderful story of how we can recognize community in new ways, manage how we deal with uncertainty, and gather strength by focusing on what we can control. We all miss Ms. Pedersen’s smiling face and voice that any contact to our school knows, so here she is in writing as we adjust to new ways of staying connected.
- March 4 - May 18
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Courses give students a chance to think critically, ask and answer difficult questions, solve problems, and stretch their minds. Our courses are not meant to supersede any academic program, but to provide gifted kids with the chance to have fun and explore topics of interest with their intellectual peers.