Gifted and Talented News
Lisha N. Perdue
Enrollment is FREE for Columbus City Schools paid for by The Ohio Lottery!
What do you receive for your enrollment? They provide access to everything you need to organize classroom and school spelling bees, including:
- Exclusive online access to the teachers-only section of spellingbee.com
- Official word lists for your students, organized by grade level
- Official pronouncer guides for classroom and school spelling bees
- Supplemental vocabulary materials for classroom and school bees
- Customizable certificates for your participants and school champion
Who knows? Maybe your enrollment will lead to our next national champion!
American diplomat, scientist, inventor, and writer who invented bifocal glasses and organized the first successful American Lending Library.
George Washington Carver
World famous American botanist, scientist, and inventor who made important agriculture discoveries and inventions such as peanut butter!
· Call Lisha Perdue at 365-6626 if you have any questions or concerns
Our school will participate in the 2015-2016 CCS Invention Convention
Name of Contact Person: _____________________________________________
Email address: ______________________________________________________
Estimated number of participants at the school level: _______________________
What grade levels will participate at the school? ___________________________
o Mail (Gifted and Talented at CGA)
o FAX (365-8605)
o Email information/questions to Lisha Perdue (email@example.com)
Creative Kids Magazine
A Great opportunity to get your students work published! Material may be submitted by an author/creator (ages 8 - 16) or his or her teacher or parent. Submissions may include narratives or stories, cartoons, songs, puzzles, photos, artwork, games, editorials, poetry, plays, or any other creative work (that would fit on the page). Submission guidelines are included on their website.
Administrators: Please feel free to forward the information to your staff and encourage them to jump on board!
Here's the link to Creative Kids Magazine: