MHASD Advanced Learning News
Happy New Year!
This new year will bring about many changes, in terms of school, we see those changes on the horizon for our students and staff as we anticipate moving towards the hybrid model for the entire district. These changes will impact daily schedules, classroom groupings, as well as modes of teaching and learning. As with everything that we've gone through in the past year, please don't forget to give yourself and your children grace as we move forward! Many are excited, others are anxious, but no matter what you are feeling, we all have the ability to be resilient and give each other grace and understanding. Every day is a new day and we are constantly rewriting the script, so stick with it ask questions, stay involved and we'll make it, together!
Growing Early Minds grades 2-4
Badger PreCollege Online Courses for Grades 1-12
Badger Precollege is pleased to offer engaging online courses to students in grades 1-12.
Each live online course meets for one to two weeks and includes high-quality educational and social content to help prepare students for the college experience — all backed by the academic reputation of the University of Wisconsin–Madison. Classes are offered synchronously, meaning that students are together in the same virtual classroom at the same time. Along with synchronous instruction, courses include homework to be completed outside of class. These courses are offered at various times throughout the summer. To learn more, follow this link for details about how to apply, scholarships, and more.
4th Grade Haiku Poetry Contest
High School Class Registration
MHASD Advanced Learning Webpage
For more information about programming and helpful links/resources check out the advanced learning webpage.https://www.mounthorebschools.org/district/advanced-learning.cfm
Social Emotional Needs, resources for parents
An excellent resource for families of gifted students is SENG. Supporting Emotional Needs of Gifted is an organization that provides support through resources, articles, webinars, connections to mental health professionals, parent groups, online support groups and more. Kids who are gifted can often deal with unique issues including perfectionism, underachievement, anxiety, intensities, difficulty connecting to age group peers because of different interests or abilities, concerns with identity or fitting in. SENG offers resources and support to help navigate these concerns.
Another resource for parents is the NAGC- National Association for Gifted Children.