The Forsyth County PAGE chapter welcomes gifted students and their parents from public schools, private schools, charter schools, and home schools operating within Forsyth County, offering support for families and students at all levels (K-5, 6-8, and 9-12).

    The Forsyth County PAGE chapter advocates for all academically gifted students in Forsyth County in a spirit of partnership, collaboration, and support with the WS/FCS AIG Department.
    Comprised of parents as well as educators, the Forsyth PAGE membership currently includes fewer than 200 members, on behalf of only a fraction of the 6000 gifted students in the county.
    Please click on the Forsyth County Page Newsletter February 2018 link below for resource information and other opportunities.

    February 2018 Newsletter

    Upcoming EVENT:
    May 10th at the Education Building at 4801 Bethania Station Road, 6:30 to 8:00 PM

    Robotics, the Design, Construction, Operation, and Application of Robots:                           A Presentation by Dr. Shirley Disseler, School of Education, High Point University

    If kids are not coding by kindergarten they will not be ready for their future world!

    EV3 Robotics Lessons provide hours of learning through coding as it relates to the fields of science, technology, engineering, and math.

    Parents and gifted students in grades 3-8 will get an up close and personal view of coding as it applies to robotics. Dr. Disseler will demonstrate how coding can guide students through a wide array of tasks which robots can and will perform in the future.

    Parents and their children in upper elementary grades and middle grades will be able to observe as Dr, Disseler models the coding process of EV3, a demonstration designed to illustrate how students who master robotics can expand their learning whether it occurs at home or in educational settings.

    Parents of AIG students can also gather more information at a district-wide Parent Information Session from 6:30 - 8:00pm on May 10.


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