TAG 2014 Conference Dates
Mark your calendars! The 2014 TAG Conference will be held in Nashville on October 2-3, 2014. The 2014 TAG Conference will be held at the Scarritt Bennett Center. We are delighted to have Dr. Thomas Hebert and Dr. Tamra Stambaugh join us as our keynote speakers! Take a moment to register now!
Presenter Proposals Are Now Available!
Please consider applying to present at the 2014 TAG Conference! This is a great opportunity to share your ideas among colleagues! Please use this online form to apply for a TAG presentation.
Nicholas Green Application Now Available
TAG is pleased to announce the 2014 TAG Nicholas Green Distinguished Student Award program. TAG believes that the Nicholas Green Distinguished Student Award inspires children to achieve to their fullest potential, highlights high-ability-students, and draw attention to the educational needs of gifted and talented learners. The Nicholas Green Foundation was established by Maggie and Reg Green to honor the memory of their gifted seven-year-old son Nicholas. Please click here to learn more information about this award and to apply. The Nicholas Green winner will be announced at our 2014 TAG conference.
Stay tuned for more conference information!
TAG Scholarship Winners!
Each year, TAG is pleased to offer scholarships to Tennessee's gifted students for educational programs that provide enrichment, acceleration, or independent study. The TAG scholarship provides up to 85% of the total program fee with a maximum award of $500.00 per scholarship recipient. Each applicant submitted an application, an essay, a program brochure, two letters of recommendation, and a teacher recommendation form.
After careful review of all complete applications, TAG is excited to recognize this year's scholarship winners! Each winner will send us a summary and highlights of their experiences after they have attended their programs, so stay tuned for more!
Congratulations to these amazing students!
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