SWEPP (Supporting Worthington’s Enriched Placement Program) is having its next meeting on Thursday, March 12, 2015, from 6:30-7:30 p.m. in Room 106 at the Worthington Education Center, 200 E. Wilson Bridge Road. Meeting is open to anyone interested in learning more about SWEPP, an organization dedicated to serving as a resource for parents of gifted children in Worthington.
Suzanne Palmer, Coordinator of Gifted Services, will be sharing information about the upcoming Summer Enrichment Academy and Dr. Trent Bowers, Assistant Superintendent, will be on hand to answer questions as he prepares to become Superintendent next year. This is a great opportunity for us to share with him our concerns, and learn how we can work together to make sure all our kids’ needs are being met!
In addition, the current board members have served their time so we will be asking for the next group of leaders to st ep up and give these amazing kis a voice!!
I hope to you see many of you there!
Sincerely, Melissa Lacher, SWEPP President
The purpose of SWEPP is to foster an awareness of the needs of gifted children and to promote the utilization of home, school, and community resources for their benefit.