833 Young Scholars

Nurturing Potential, Sustaining Support

October 2020

Happy October!

We made it! Wow, September was a huge month of learning for everyone. Whether it was adjusting to Hybrid and VLA, finding new ways to balance home and school life - including time on and off technology - , or trying to stay on top of the many other challenges that seem to keep coming our way, this first month of school was a true character builder.

In this month's newsletter, you'll find resources to help support you and your Young Scholar as you both manage learning during this global pandemic. There will be resources just for parents, others for students, and a fun activity for you both!

And, as always, reach out if you have any questions or need help navigating through this new way of learning.

Young Scholars works with students, families and schools to increase...

Parent Support Resources

Click on the images below for more information on these parent resources.
You're Invited

Support for You

  • 833 Young Scholars is starting a Parent Support Group!
  • Come meet other Young Scholar parents, learn strategies to support and advocate for your Young Scholar, and discuss the joys and challenges of raising a gifted learner. Think of this group as taking the Young Scholar Newsletter live!
  • Click below to download your invitation for our next meeting on October 13th.

Support for your Young Scholar

Click on the images below for more information on these student resources. You can also download copies using the links below.

Fun for Everyone

Think Ahead!

This fun visual and evaluative thinking game works well for a variety of ages. Players need to think several moves ahead to connect the dots and claim their shapes. Try out this game in Seesaw by either clicking HERE, on the images below, or opening the download and clicking on the game boards there.

*NOTE: You will need to be logged into the app to access the game in Seesaw.

About Me

Hi All!

My name is Colleen Redmond, and I am thrilled to work as the 833 Young Scholars advocate and lead teacher.

I'm a mom, a wife, small business owner, avid biker (the pedal kind), book enthusiast, and beekeeper. Plus, on top of all of that, I have the happy job of implementing and growing the Young Scholars program here in 833!

I've been lucky enough to teach in South Washington County Schools for over twenty-five years and have had the incredible opportunity to be a part of the lives of so many students and families over the years.

Now, as part of Young Scholars, I have the honor of working with the amazing staff, students, and families throughout 833. I am so very excited to work with and support you and your Young Scholar. I can't wait to see where the journey takes us!

Contact Information

Please don't hesitate to reach out with any questions, thoughts, or needs!

Colleen Redmond