What is Super Saturday?
Super Saturday is Lancaster Partners for Gifted Education’s signature event, designed to excite children’s interest in learning.
Participants choose three 45-minute kid-sized seminars from a diverse
selection of topics. Past programs have included robotics, animation, theatre, Chinese language, reptiles, creative writing, LEGO machines, the
cardiovascular system, and electricity, to name but a few. There is something for everyone. A parent presentation is also offered.
A nominal fee is charged to cover expenses and help fund future LC PAGE
Check out this article from LNP about our 2013 event: http://bit.ly/2vxnelB
In 2017, nearly 300 gifted elementary students from Lancaster County and the surrounding area attended Super Saturday. The event filled in less than a week.
The next Super Saturday will be held Saturday, March 17, 2018 from 9 am to noon at Franklin & Marshall College.
Details, including online registration information, will be posted in early
January at www.lc-page.org and on Facebook at
For more information, email firstname.lastname@example.org.
There are two events this month for LC PAGE:
“Screenmasters Guild: How Families Can Best Manage Today’s Digital World”
Do you worry that virtual reality is becoming your child’s reality? Do you struggle to balance your children’s desire to play video games with other pursuits? How much is too much? This session shares a close-up view of what the research is telling us about best practices for families in the digital age. You’ll learn the tips and strategies you need to hack parenting the digital native.
LC PAGE is pleased to present nationally-known gifted education speaker, Lisa Van Gemert, on Tuesday, October 10, 2017 at 7 pm at Lancaster-Lebanon IU13,1020 New Holland Ave, Lancaster, PA 17601.
The program is free but space is limited. Registration is requested. Register here: https://goo.gl/forms/SDrVtpMdmzqrR7ww1
From her website, GiftedGuru.com:
Who is the Gifted Guru?
My real name is Lisa Van Gemert (pronounced “gammert”). I’m an educator by training, and I’m a Giftedland native – I was a gifted student, I’ve raised three gifted kids, and I’ve taught gifted students. The gifted trifecta! I’ve been a teacher, a school administrator, a homeschooling mom, a paralegal, an Army Intelligence Analyst (yep), and a cheerleader. Not in that order.
After Hours at the
Lancaster Science Factory
Wednesday, October 27
5:30 – 8 pm
$7.50 per person
(discounted from the regular rate, but memberships will not be honored)
Join us for an evening of hands-on science. Lancaster Science Factory volunteers will be on hand to answer questions. LC PAGE board members will have information and resources for your burning questions. Pizza available (while it lasts!)
Friends and family are welcome. Pre-registration is not necessary but helps us plan for refreshments and speeds registration.
Register here: https://goo.gl/forms/mATVIbYXbtZQ0Ze83
I thought this went out on my blog with the LC PAGE After Hours event, but I don’t see it.
Check out LC PAGE. This event is being held on Wednesday, October 12th.
For K-6 kids and their parents
March 19, 2016, 9 am to noon
Franklin & Marshall College, Lancaster
Click here → LC PAGE Super Saturday
Here’s a article that gives some good tips for parents to help their child with their executive functioning skills.
Parents can help their gifted students develop executive functions
Lancaster County PArtners for Gifted Education invites members and prospective members to:
The Essential Brain: 10 Things Everyone Needs to Know about the Brain
Nationally renowned speaker and Gifted Guru Lisa Van Gemert will share this presentation with parents and children of the Lancaster County area.
Thursday, March 19, 6-8 PM
IU13, 1020 New Holland Avenue, Lancaster, PA
What are the most vital things everyone needs to know about what research has to say about the brain? Mensa’s Youth & Education Ambassador will share ten key things you need to know to be in the know. Discover why kids under stress can’t learn and how to help. Uncover the science behind giftedness and what it has to tell us about typical learners, too. Learn the key structures of the brain important in learning (and why one of them is causing fights on campuses and in families).
While this program is free to all comers, space IS limited.
Please RSVP by Monday, March 16. To RSVP and/or ensure your question is covered: contact Alrica Goldstein at 569-5265 or email@example.com. Current members will be entered in a raffle.
Don’t forget to sign-up for this weekend’s event if you haven’t done so yet!