JANUARY GAME NIGHT INFORMATION:
Thursday, January 16, 2014
from 6:00-8:00 PM
Wakeland High School
10700 Legacy Dr, Frisco, TX 75034
THIS MONTH’S TOPIC:
- Bibliotherapy: 10 Books that Represent Giftedness
- Presented by NuMinds Enrichment speakers
Additionally, you got a preview of Frisco Gifted Association at the last meeting. Find out more about this exciting new opportunity for our GT and high-achieving students and families. This is a great way to get involved in an up-and-coming advocacy group at the ground level. If you want to know more now, LIKE their Facebook Page to get updates!
Finally, after many requests, we are adding the dinner element back into our program with the help of Frisco Gifted Association. This is as a convenience to parents and students and their busy schedules. We want to make your attendance at game night as convenient as possible. Meals will be $4 each and will be pizza, side and drink.
Please let us know when you RSVP how many people plan to eat & if you prefer vegetarian options.
RSVP’s for food should be sent no later than Tuesday, January 14 at midnight.
Q. What kind of games should my child bring?
A. The best games for game night are ones that require skill and strategy, not just luck alone!
Q. What if my child is not identified as GT by the district?
A. If your child would enjoy the challenge of strategy games or you would enjoy the topic in the parent program, we welcome you to attend!
Q. Can siblings attend even if they are not GT students?
A. This is for the whole family. Preschool siblings must be supervised by a parent at all times.
Q. What if I don’t bring a game or do not have a game that seems like a good fit?
A. There are always plenty of games and plenty of kids looking for someone to play the game they brought.
Q. Will there be a meal that we can purchase this month?
A. YES! By popular demand, Frisco Gifted Assocation has agreed to handle this for us!
Q. Is it necessary to purchase a meal in order to attend?
A. No! This is offered as a convenience and not a requirement.
Q. Do parents have to attend the parent program?
A. No. You may stay and play games if you wish, but most parents choose to attend the program.
1. Number of students attending game night.
2. Number of parents attending parent program.
3. School your child(ren) attend(s).
4. How many will be eating. (FOOD RSVP’s need to be sent by Monday, December 16 at midnight!)
5. If you want to volunteer to help with game night or with FGA in general, please let us know when you RSVP! We are looking for committee members!