Milford Education Foundation
is pleased to bring Minds in Motion to Milford
Saturday, March 15, 2014, from 1-4 pm, at Jonathan Law High School
Minds in Motion is a signature enrichment program of the CT Association for the Gifted and provides thought-provoking and engaging workshops, ranging from music, math, writing, cooking, and much more!
- Fast-paced, hands-on workshops for students
- in grades Kindergarten – 8th Grade
- Free parent & teacher program – parents are encouraged to stay
- Free literature, resources, networking opportunities
- Exhibitors, camps, books, educational toy sales and more
On-line registration at www.ctgifted.org begins on February 1st.
Space is limited, so early registration is strongly recommended.
Milford Education Foundation is a non-profit-pending organization based in Milford, CT that is comprised of volunteers who are dedicated to promoting excellence, innovation and creativity in education for our children and community. We believe a community with a strong education system enhances quality of life by attracting businesses, retaining property values, and fostering community pride.
The Connecticut Association for the Gifted is a non-profit organization founded in 1969 that supports the needs of gifted and talented children across Connecticut. In addition to sponsoring the “Minds in Motion” events, CAG provides parents, teachers, and other educators with information and resources to help in parenting and educating gifted children.
Summer Institute for the Gifted offers 3-week academic summer camps for gifted and talented students ages 4-18. The program combines academics with social, cultural and recreational opportunities for a truly engaging summer. Choose from 22 campuses including Yale, Princeton and the University of Chicago. Residential, Commuter and Day programs available, plus a Residential SAT Prep program for students ages 15-18. For more info, visit www.GiftedStudy.org
The Jack Kent Cooke Foundation’s mission is to advance the education of exceptionally promising students who have financial need. The Foundation believes that all exceptionally talented students who have financial need will excel academically when given the resources to develop their talents. We support these students from elementary school to graduate school through scholarships, grants, and direct services.
The Jack Kent Cooke Foundation Young Scholars Program currently serves high-achieving, low to moderate-income 7th grade students, and cultivates their talents and abilities throughout high school by providing the personalized advising and generous financial support needed to secure challenging academic opportunities.