KAGE Service & Advocacy Awards 2017-18

•  KAGE SERVICE & ADVOCACY AWARDS

The deadline has passed for nominations for the 2017-2018 KAGE Service & Advocacy Awards

The purpose of the KAGE Service & Advocacy awards is to provide recognition of exceptional service and/or advocacy in support of educating Kentucky’s gifted and talented children and youth. The award recipients will be honored on Monday, February 26, 2018 at the 2018 KAGE Annual Conference in Lexington. Be thinking of someone to nominate next year!

SERVICE & ADVOCACY AWARDS AND CRITERIA

The Michael Caudill Educator Award
Established in 2005 in memory of Michael Caudill, superintendent of Madison County Schools and friend to gifted children.

  • Nominee must be an administrator, counselor, teacher, or other professional in education.

  • Nominee has made significant positive contributions to gifted education in the school, district, and/or state, which has greatly impacted students and/or educators.

  • Nominee has a record of advocacy for gifted and talented children and youth.

  • Nominee is a member of KAGE (contact the KAGE office at kage@wku.edu or 270.745.4301 if unsure)

Service & Advocacy Awards

  • Nominee has made significant positive contributions to gifted education in the school, district, community, and/or state, which has greatly impacted parents, students, and/or educators.

  • Nominee has a record of advocacy for gifted and talented children and youth.

  • Nominee can be a professional in education, a parent, a legislator, university staff or faculty, business leader, an alumni of gifted services in Kentucky, a KAGE chapter, or another entity.

  • Nominee is a member of KAGE (contact the KAGE office at kage@wku.edu or 270.745.4301 if unsure)

Read more about past Service & Advocacy recipients HERE.

For more information about these awards programs, contact KAGE at kage@wku.edu or 270.745.4301.