Lunch and Snacks
Students are required to bring their own lunch to campus. Lunch is not provided by SIG.
Snacks are not provided at any location.
Prescription medications should be administered at home in the morning or after the program in the evening, whenever possible. Any prescription medications to be administered to the students midday must be prepackaged, left with the Director, and administered solely by the Director, or Nurse where applicable. SIG does require medical information to be submitted before your arrival to the program. In our continuous efforts to provide the best possible care to our students, we require all students to complete the mandatory health information section on MySIGPortal. Only SIG’s health staff will have access to student health information, and MySIGPortal is secure, encrypted, and password protected.
Dress on campus is casual. Students may wear shorts, T-shirts, or other casual clothes that are neat, clean, and appropriate. Shoes are required at all times.
SIG Investigators Program campuses offer Extended Day Supervision for additional morning and/or afternoon supervision.
SIG will provide supervised play, social, study, and rest time before and after the regular program. The extended day schedule is available to SIG Investigators Program participants as follows:
- 7:45 a.m. - 8:30 a.m. daily
- 4:00 p.m. - 5:00 p.m. daily or
- 4:00 p.m. - 6:00 p.m. daily
The cost for this three-week service is $150 for morning supervision and $150 for each one-hour segment of afternoon supervision. Arrangements and payments for the service are to be made prior to the start of the program through the Summer Institute for the Gifted office. With 24-hour advance notice and program confirmation, hourly drop-in care is available at $15/hour.