The CLUE Bulletin
October 22, 2020
Parents and partners may view current CLUE information any time on our website at: http://www.clue901.com/
Have questions about CLUE Services?
If you have specific questions about your child's situation, we are providing several options for assistance.
- Parents and partners may call us at 901-606-2415 during normal business hours.
- Parents and partners may also text questions to this number and receive timely responses during normal business hours.
- Everyone is welcome to email us any time at: firstname.lastname@example.org.
All forum links available here: http://www.scsk12.org/familyforum/
Saturday, Oct. 24th, 11:15am-12pm
This is an online event.
In this session, parents will explore characteristics of gifted learners and will learn what structures can be put in place in the regular education environment to support the very special needs of our gifted kids, who may or may not be twice exceptional. Parents will learn the purpose of the gifted IEP and understand allowable accommodations for the TN disability of intellectual giftedness.
Family Forum - CLUE Session Agenda
What Are Students Learning Now?
Did you know we grew the CLUE program enrollment by over 25% last school year even under the constraints of the pandemic? That's right! We added 885 students to CLUE and have classes in more of our SCS schools than ever before. While we will continue to work to find more students, we also want to ensure that those that we identify have excellent programming that encourages the students to reach their highest potential.
We appreciate the support that our parents have provided us so that we can support the social and emotional needs of our gifted students while we are also pushing that academic rigor. Thank you!
A Note About Secondary CLUE English
Teacher Spotlight: Lindsey Glass
Mrs. Glass has always had a passion for gifted education. She knew as a second grade CLUE student that she wanted to be a CLUE teacher when she grew up. She has served on the Board of Directors for the Tennessee Association for the Gifted and was awarded the Jo Patterson Distinguished Service Award for significant contributions to the field of gifted education in Tennessee in 2016.
When she is not working and advocating for gifted students, Mrs. Glass and her husband can be found cheering for the Memphis Tigers and spending time with friends and family.
The CLUE Team is proud of Lindsey Glass and thankful for all that she does to support our teachers and our CLUE students.