• Iredell- Statesville Schools AIG Program Mission Statement

    The mission of the Academically and/or Intellectually Gifted Program is to rigorously challenge students by recognizing, cultivating, nurturing, and offering opportunities for continued growth by providing differentiated educational services beyond the regular education program.  Iredell-Statesville Schools support the current North Carolina definition of giftedness.  This definition is used to identify students in need of differentiated services as an academically or intellectually gifted learner.

    Gifted Process Support Team Contact Information
    Rusty Bice - Coordinator
    Rhonda Miller - Kindergarten
    Patti Goodnight - 1st Grade
    Brittany Barker - 2nd Grade
    Cari Culhane - 2nd Grade
    Meghann Fairchild - 3rd Grade
    April Davis - 4th Grade
    Nicole LaConti - 4th Grade
    Stephanie Keller - 5th Grade
    Monika Woodruff - Enhancements
    Lauren Shipley - Differentiation Specialist   
    Kristie Franco - Principal


    This list contains the contact information for our AIG goal team.  We have AIG cluster teachers on each grade level and also teachers who are continuing additional training for AIG certification.  AIG clusters are determined by the AIG team, the grade level team, administration and our AIG Differentiation Specialist.