You CAN do the Rubik's Cube!
KISD GT students in grades 3-8 are invited to spend a morning of math & art with Rubik's cubes! This is a free event, registration is required. Click here for full details and registration information.
Support KPGT when shopping on Amazon.com
Shop for everyone on your gift list this holiday at smile.amazon.com/ch/76-0235118 and Amazon donates to Katy Parents Of Gifted & Talented Students Inc.
An Evening With the Superintendent
Parents of GT-identified students in Katy ISD are invited to spend an evening with Dr. Hindt. Click here for full details.
Attention Amazon.com Shoppers!
Support KPGT while shopping on Amazon! When customers shop on Amazon using this link, the AmazonSmile Foundation will donate 0.5% of the price of eligible purchases to KPGT at no cost to you!
Volunteering and Children
Volunteering builds character, empathy and selflessness, especially in children and teens . Click here to download a pdf document on how to build a well-rounded student through volunteering.
Curious about Duke TIP?
If your 7th grade student recently received information about the Duke TIP program, here's where to find more info.
Become part of a nonprofit support and advocacy group that has served the Katy Independent School District since 1987. A steal at just $20 annually, a family membership has many benefits and supports GT education in Katy ISD. Join today!
"Dear Teacher, My Gifted Child Is In Your Class"
A touching letter about the challenges gifted students face in the classroom. Read it at Crushing Tall Poppies.
Texas TEKS vs. Common Core
This is a great presentation that really helps explain the difference between the Texas TEKS and Common Core. It explains the history behind it and why there is overlap, and why there is a need for new math standard. It is "Item 6-curriculum Update."
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