Education Notes: Meetings Set for TUSD's Gifted Program

By Huicochea, Alexis | AZ Daily Star, September 15, 2015 | Go to article overview

Education Notes: Meetings Set for TUSD's Gifted Program


Huicochea, Alexis, AZ Daily Star


TUSD gifted program sets 2 open houses

Families interested in the Tucson Unified School District's Gifted and Talented Education program are invited to attend one of two open-house events.

The GATE program works to challenge students who are functioning at the highest level of ability, promote creative or productive achievement and to encourage underachieving students who are capable of the highest performance.

The open-house events will be held at 6 p.m. Sept. 21 at Doolen Middle School, 2400 N. Country Club, and on at 5:30 p.m. Sept. 24 at Lineweaver Elementary, 461 S. Bryant.

For more information about GATE recruitment, testing, and placement, visit tusd1.org/contents/depart/gate/index.asp

Fry fills vacancy on TV school board

Susan Fry has filled a vacancy on the Tanque Verde Unified School District Governing Board.

Fry was sworn in before the board's Aug. 27 meeting. She replaces Claire Place, who stepped down in May to accept a position with the school district as the community liaison.

Fry's appointment will continue through December 2016.

Fry, whose children attend Tanque Verde schools, is the director of the Arizona Parent Kit Project, a statewide initiative of First Things First.

She also served as the project manager of the Kindergarten Developmental Inventory Stakeholder Taskforce, a study conducted through a partnership of the Arizona Department of Education, the Arizona State Board of Education, First Things First, and Virginia G. …

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