Inform, Connect, Enrich
Our mission and passion is to provide information, connection, enrichment and helpful resources
to families and educators of gifted, high-ability, and twice-exceptional children.
What does "gifted" really mean?
Children are gifted when their ability is significantly above the norm for their age, and those abilities may manifest in one or more areas: intellectual, creative, artistic, leadership, or in a specific academic field such as language arts, mathematics or science.
At Gifted Support Network, we know that being the parent or educator of a gifted child can be exciting, but it can also have its challenges. We are here to provide resources and information, help parents of gifted kids make connections with other parents, and provide opportunities for high-ability children to work with their peers to reach and exceed their potential.
This is a great place to start learning: How To Identify, Understand, and Teach Gifted Children
"Gifted children's development depends on people understanding them." ~ Linda Silverman, PhD
GSN News & Upcoming Events
--> Spring Enrichment Classes - ENROLLMENT CLOSES APRIL 22!
Registration ends the Monday prior to class each week. April 27th is our final week of class for Spring. Don't miss it!!! Members: Please log in to your account to register for Enrichment Classes to ensure you receive the appropriate discounted rate.
--> #GiveSTLDay 2019 is Coming!!!
Give STL Day is a 24-hour online giving period to support St. Louis nonprofit organizations - like GSN! This year we are specifically looking to raise funds for two purposes: technology for enrichment classes, and to start a summer camp in 2020! Would you consider helping us reach our goals? Click the link for more info.
--> Parent Support Groups - We Are Looking For Leaders!!!
We meet every second Monday of each month during the school year (August - May). It's a great place to ask questions and get ideas from other parents! Click for dates and more info.
**We're excited to announce that we will be expanding our Parent Support Groups! We are looking for parents or teachers interested in leading groups beginning in Fall 2019. Click HERE for more info!**