Ottawa University will have some added guests for the next couple of days.
The Kansas Gifted, Talented and Creative Annual Conference is set for Sunday through Tuesday at Ottawa University, 1001 S. Cedar St., Ottawa.
KGTC is a not-for-profit advocacy group in the state of Kansas dedicated to promoting identified gifted and other high achieving students, according to the KGTC website.
The vision of the group is to promote, support and improve services for talented, intellectually and creative gifted youth in Kansas.
The conference will have four featured speakers: Linda Kreger Silverman, Ph.D., a licensed psychologist, who has been a keynote speaker on gifted students all over the world; M. René Islas, the executive director of the National Association for Gifted Children; Dr. Randy Watson, Kansas Commissioner of Education, and Dr. Stuart Omdal, who was an elementary teacher for 15 years both in the regular classroom and as a gifted education coordinator facilitating the Schoolwide Enrichment Model.
The theme of the state conference is “No Limits.”