GAGE Bylaws

In 1998, GAGE board members developed bylaws to apply for its nonprofit (501c3) status. GAGE received its nonprofit status the following year. Below is the partial list of the bylaws.

Gwinnett Alliance for Gifted Education Bylaws

Objectives

Section 1: 

To support and enhance the program for gifted students in Gwinnett County.

Section 2: 

To enrich the learning environment of gifted students at school and at home.

Section 3: 

To present parents of gifted students with information, ideas and guidance, which provide for better understanding of the learning behaviors of gifted students.

Section 4: 

To support and expand on projects planned by gifted program teachers.

Section 5: 

To promote an involvement and awareness of the total school and community.

Membership and Dues

Section 1: 

Any person who is interested in advancing the education and welfare of gifted students in Gwinnett County is eligible for membership.

Section 2: 

A member is a person who has complete and signed a membership form and has paid the current annual dues.

Section 3: 

The fiscal year shall run from July 1st through June 30th.

Section 4: 

The membership present at the fall meeting is responsible for the endorsement of an annual budget and an annual program proposed by the Executive Board.

Section 5: 

No member shall receive any salary or compensation solely by virtue of his or her membership.