Saturday, December 20, 2014

WHS Carolers

The very talented WHS Carolers visited the middle and elementary schools on Friday, December 19. 


Thursday, December 18, 2014

Douglas Elementary Holds Geography Bee

Douglas Elementary held their Annual Geography Bee on Wednesday, December 17, 2014. Pictured are the winner and 3 finalists along with Mrs. Emily Lessner, Principal. Congratulations!

Monday, December 15, 2014

Schurz Holds Annual Geography Bee

Schurz Elementary held their annual Geography Bee on Monday, December 15, 2014.
Dr. Dave Vitale and Ms. Rosy Richter with the 2 finalists.
CONGRATULATIONS!!!





Tuesday, December 9, 2014

2015 FRITZ WENZEL SCIENCE CONFERENCE-HIGH SCHOOL OPPORTUNITY

Read the attached brochure to learn about a conference for high school students and their teachers, held at the Marshfield Clinic this coming February.


The Fritz Wenzel Science Conference is designed “to inspire high school students to pursue a career in the science field,” as well as to “encourage high school science teachers to enhance their classroom environment by incorporating the most relevant aspects of healthcare science and technology.”




Wednesday, December 3, 2014

PARENTS-Madison SENG Group Offering series of meetings

Here is an opportunity to connect with other parents.... SENG stands for "Supporting the Emotional Needs of the Gifted." This would be a great group to be a part of if you have questions relating to advocating for your child or even general questions.

I am a local SENG Model Parent Group Facilitator in the Madison area.  For those who are looking for a discussion group for parents and advocates of gifted children I will be starting a new group on Tuesday, January 27, at 10:30 am.  Details for this ten-week series will be forthcoming shortly.   Meantime, for those who wish to learn more about joining us please feel free to connect via e-mail or phone.  


These groups are described as “lifesavers” by many parents who struggle with the complexities of gifted children, and / or advocates who wish to support young learners with a greater understanding.   By the way, if there is enough interest I will also organize another group specifically in the evening for those who are not available in the daytime.  Please feel free to share this information with parents and advocates who are seeking support, positive conversation, resources and much more.

Katherine Peterson
SENG Model Parent Group Facilitator
847-508-0984 (cell)

Tuesday, December 2, 2014

UW-Madison Enrichment Opportunities for Students in Grades 5-10

Register Now! 

Jan. 24 and 31, Feb. 7 and 14, 2015
Snow Date: February 21, 2015
10:00am-3:00pm
$295 (lunch included), limited scholarships available
Located on the UW-Madison Campus

Saturday Enrichment Middle School Program for students in grades 5-7
Saturday Enrichment High School Program for students in grades 8-10
 
Students dissecting a cow heart
Interested in animals and science? Think dissections are cool? Veterinary Medicine is the class for you! (They are dissecting a cow heart!)
Student sewing a new piece of clothing
Are you the next Coco Chanel? Michael Kors? If you enjoy designing and creating your own style of clothing, think about taking our Fashion Forward class!
The director telling his production team where to shoot from.
Do you have the creative eye and want to tell a story through the digital design? Check out our Interactive Digital Art or Digital Media classes!


Visit our website for program and registration information on SEP and our other programs throughout the year!

 
For more information on the Saturday Enrichment Program, please contact Nancy Blake at nblake@education.wisc.edu or call our office at 608-262-4650