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Academically or Intellectually Gifted Program Services Mission

The program for Academically or Intellectually Gifted (AIG) in the Johnston County Schools ensures a rigorous academic curriculum within a safe, nurturing environment that empowers students to become innovative learners, creative problem solvers and powerful communicators, who will be responsible, contributing citizens in a global community.

AIG Surveys

Below you will find links to the AIG Surveys. We appreciate you participation. For questions please contact Angela Becton.

Administrator Survey

Teacher Survey
Parent Survey
Elementary Student Survey
Middle Student Survey
High Student Survey

Advanced Curricula

Advanced Content/Curriculum - These programs of study focuses on complex thinking strategies and problem solving, provides opportunities to analyze materials and situations, and encourages habits of hard work. These instructional programs, which are researched-based and have been developed by the College of William & Mary and the University of Connecticut include:

Useful Links:

Documents:

JCS AIG Plan 2016 - 2019:

Frequently Asked Questions:

PDF Frequently Asked Questions of the Academically or Intellectually Gifted 2013

Chain of Inquiry:

PDF Chain of Inquiry 2016

Guidelines for Private Testing:

Subject Grade Acceleration:

    AIG Nomination Form:

    PDF AIG Nomination Form (2015)

    PDF AIG Observation

    MS Word AIG Nomination Form (fillable)

    MS Word AIG Observation (fillable)

    SRT Review Log:

    PDF SRT Review Log

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