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Albuquerque Association for 
Gifted and Talented Students

is a nonprofit organization of parents and educators dedicated to identifying and maximizing the potential of gifted and talented children in the state of New Mexico.

Monday, December 11th 6:30pm, AAGTS General Board Meeting.  Parents of gifted  kids and gifted teachers invited to the virtual board meeting of AAGTS to find out what Albuquerque Association for Gifted and Talented Students is all about. We don't always do hands on science together. Sometimes we go hiking with a scientist, play board games and eat pizza, go to after hours STEAM events at the museum, see a private screening at the planetarium together, etc.  AAGTS pays for parents to get professional advice for our gifted kids.  We do virtual Parent Chit Chats where parents share ideas and resources.  Come be a part of this and help decide how the money is spent, what events we sponsor, and be part of the fun.  Our kids need us.  ​ AAGTS does not require formal recognition of gifted status from APS or any school organization. Gifted kids need to be with their intellectual peers and parents of gifted kids need other parents too. Email to get your invitation to this opportunity (virtual). Use the subject line 'December 11'.


IEP Parent Workshops 

  • Session 1: Thurs, Sep 21| 6:30 PM

  • Session 2: Thurs, Oct 12
    | 6:30 PM

Email to get the link.

Use IEP HELP in the subject line.

Visit the Indian Pueblo Cultural Center with AAGTS to celebrate Indigenous History Month on November 18th.

Join us for interactive educational exhibits as we walk through the museum and learn more about the Pueblo People of New Mexico. Self-guided tours will start after check-in at 11 a.m. We will then meet in the plaza to watch the Water Strider dancers from the Zuni Pueblo at 12 p.m. 


The museum has some delightful areas designed for children to interact with and learn from, so feel free to bring younger children along.

Your support of AAGTS is critical in furthering the education of gifted students in New Mexico. Become a member and help AAGTS help you. As an AAGTS member, you'll also be a member of our state organization, The New Mexico Association for the Gifted (NMAG) because AAGTS is an NMAG regional affiliate.    

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