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Nebraska Association for the Gifted

The Nebraska Association for the Gifted (NAG) began in 1956 as a group of concerned parents, teachers, and administrators known as The Governor's Committee for the Academically Talented.  Formed as an association in 1957, the group . . . read more


Supporting Emotional Needs of the Gifted

SENG was formed to bring attention to the unique emotional needs of gifted children.  It provided adults with guidance, information, resources, and a forum to communicate about raising and educating these children.  Today, SENG . . . read more

Meridian Enrichment Program Celebrates Twenty-Four Years!

The Meridian Enrichment Program for High Ability Learners started in 1987 with a group of teachers, parents, community members, administration, a school counselor and a certified gifted coordinator forming a steering committee to assess the . . . read more

2019 Nebraska Children’s Groundwater Festival

On Tuesday May 7, 2019, the juniors and sophomores from the Meridian Enrichment group were presenters for the 30 th Nebraska Children’s Groundwater Festival at the Central Community College and College Park at Grand Island, . . . read more

The Meridian Enrichment group once again took the Escape Room challenge

on Thursday April 25, 2019.

April 26, 2019

This year had a significant twist, the group was split up into teams of five and were challenged to escape the same two rooms. The team that escaped the rooms in the shortest amount of time was declared the winner and received a Escape Room . . . read more

Enrichment Students Take On The Challenge of The Escape Rooms

On Thursday April 26, 2018, the Meridian 10th - 12th grade Enrichment students took on the challenge once again on their annual visit to the Escape Rooms in Lincoln, Ne. The Enrichment students that went on the field trip were Seniors: . . . read more


The seniors have started a leadership class entitled, The 7 Habits of Highly Effective Teens, by Sean Covey.  This class is part of the American Government curriculum, and all seniors have the option to attend the leadership sessions. . . . read more

Meeting the Needs of High-Ability Learners

Meridian Enrichment Program

by Marilyn Bachle

High-ability learners are students who have been identified as having excelled ability to think, reason, judge, invent, create or perform.  Identified students often have cognitive and affective needs that are not met in the . . . read more

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