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        幸运彩票中奖分析软件 » Regional Representatives (Mission)

        Regional Representatives (Mission)


        Mission Region

        Includes Los Angeles County


        Catherine Estrada
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        Christina Desiderio
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        Welcome to the regional page for the Mission region of the California Association for the Gifted (CAG). The Mission region serves all schools in Los Angeles County.

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        Educator Representative

        This is Catherine Estrada’s third year as the Educator Representative for the Mission Region and Catherine serves on the Publication/Technology committee. Catherine has been an educator for over twenty-four years. Catherine has spent the last five years working as a coordinator and specialist for Los Angeles Unified School District’s Gifted and Talented Programs. Catherine is currently the principal of San Jose Elementary and Highly Gifted Magnet in Mission Hills. Personally, Catherine is the Mother of four children who exhibit a range of gifted characteristics.

        Parent Representative

        This is Christina Desiderio’s seventh year as the Parent Representative for the Mission Region and Christina is the chair of the Visual and Performing Arts Committee. Christina has a profoundly gifted and talented son, a twice-exceptional gifted and talented daughter, and an academically and leadership gifted son. Christina also has two gifted grandsons. Christina believes these experiences are helpful to her in the role of parent representative.

        Professionally, Christina has been in education for thirty-seven years. This is Christina’s fourth year as the principal of R.L. Stevenson Elementary School in Burbank, a Gold Ribbon and Exemplary Arts School. Christina has hosted seven GATE conferences for both parents and teachers.


        Membership in CAG supports advocacy efforts for gifted students in the state legislature, continued educator training opportunities, direct access to the Gifted Educator Communicator, and discounted conference fees.

        CAG Regional Meetings

        CAG Regional Meetings provide opportunities for administrators, educators, parents, and policymakers to gather to discuss gifted education in response to the diverse social, emotional, and intellectual needs in their region of California.

        1st Meeting Time: October 20, 12:30 p.m. Location: R.L. Stevenson Elementary School, library

        2222 West Oak Street Burbank, CA 91505

        2nd Meeting Time: TBD Location: TBD
        3rd Meeting Time: TBD Location: TBD
        4th Meeting Time: TBD Location: TBD

        RSVP for a CAG Regional Meeting by contacting your Educator Representative and Parent Representative.

        Professional Development and Conferences

        58th Annual CAG Conference

        Palm Springs, California

        February 21-23, 2020

        For more information, visit the CAG Conference section of our website.

        County Office of Education Links

        CAG collaborates with county offices of education to support the intellectual, social, and emotional needs of gifted students in the state of California.

        Regional Events

        The following regional events are not hosted or sponsored by CAG, however, we would like to provide you access to information in your region that supports gifted education.

        Burbank Unified School District’s Annual GATE Conference

        Parent and Educator sessions

        Saturday, October 20th
        Stevenson Elementary School
        3333 West Oak Street
        Burbank, CA 91505

        Go to for more information.

        Regional Resources



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