Welcome to New Hanover County's Academically and Intellectually Gifted Program

This site is for parent and community members with vested interests in the AIG program in New Hanover County.

Check back often for updates, legislative information in regards to gifted services, programming and budget, and new

additions to the site!







Announcements:
Congratulations to NHCS Outstanding Teacher of the Gifted 2016-17 and STATE Gifted Educator of the Year, Tara Mulvey from Winter Park Elementary School!
THE RALEIGH NEWS AND OBSERVER AND THE CHARLOTTE OBSERVER ARE DOING A THREE-PART SERIES ON UNDERSERVED AIG STUDENTS! Read the articles and forward the links to teachers, parents and administrators! This information needs to be heard!

Charlotte Observer:http://www.charlotteobserver.com/news/local/education/article150641262.html


News and Observer:
http://www.newsobserver.com/news/local/education/article149942987.html



WEBINAR: 10 KEYS TO FINDING THE RIGHT COLLEGE

PRESENTED BY SUSAN GOODKIN
THE CALIFORNIA LEARNING STRATEGIES CENTER
Webinar Information link



Dr. Rick Courtwright, Director of Duke TIP, presented at a New Hanover County GISA session this spring to discuss the program with AIG families. For more information about Duke TIP, please visit


Middle School Debates: Holly Shelter Middle School vs. Trask Middle School
http://www.wwaytv3.com/2012/03/08/middle-school-debates-bring-out-the-big-guns-the-battleship
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Comprehensive AIG programming should include the promotion of extra-curricular opportunities and events that enhance and further develop the needs and interests of AIG students.