Gwinnett Alliance for Gifted Education hosts and awards ceremony on April 17. CONTRIBUTED

Gwinnett Alliance for Gifted Education to honor students

The Gwinnett Alliance for Gifted Education announced recently that it will hold its 37th Annual Awards Ceremony at the Gwinnett Environmental and Heritage Center in Buford on April 17. Current President Kathy Marks will preside at the ceremony. 

Each Gwinnett County public school may select a student who has made the most of their experience in the gifted program, has made a positive impact on the learning experiences of others, and/or has served the school in significant ways. Each school will determine the criteria and process by which the student will be selected to receive the GAGE Student of the Year Award. Elementary students will be recognized at a session beginning at 6:15. Middle and high school students will be recognized beginning at 7:15. A reception for all award recipients, family and friends is planned for 6:45 to 7:15 p.m. 

Summer scholarship awards of $100 each 

Hajun Kim, Level Creek Elementary 

Olivia Lindsey, Pharr Elementary 

David Sanchez, Pharr Elementary 

Keshave Parthasarathy, Coleman Middle School 

Aminah Muhammad, Northbrook Middle School 

Randal Tart, Pinckneyville Middle School 

Calandra McCollins, Norcross High School 

Scholarship for graduating seniors of $500 each 

Ruth Cowan Scholarship Award: Leala Ho, Norcross High School 

Annette Eger All Children Are Gifts Scholarship Award: Ian Huelsbeck, Norcross High School 

The following adult awards based on GAGE member nominations will also be presented: 

GAGE Elementary Teacher of the Year: Mona Brawley, Partee Elementary 

GAGE Administrator of the Year: Melissa Madsen, Britt Elementary 

GAGE Parent of the Year: Monchello Curry 

Hughes Award: Dr. Hector Rosario

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People 2 People April 2, 2018

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