AIG Advisory Council

AIG Advisory Council

The AIG Advisory Council is an advisory group that researches, reviews and suggests improvements to Whiteville City Schools. Each meeting we explore topics related to the needs of gifted learners in our district. The Council is not a forum for individual student/school issues. The Council is a catalyst for district-wide program improvement and increased parent communication regarding the needs of gifted learners. The AIG Advisory Council functions in an advisory capacity in partnership with the AIG Coordinator, AIG Specialists, teachers, parents and other stakeholders.

AIG Advisory Council Mission: Promote and enhance the goals and objectives of the K-12 AIG services programming.

  1. Build positive partnerships among the Board of Education, teachers, gifted staff, administration, and parents to support current AIG services and to advocate for future programming needs.

  2. Examine and review current AIG education best practice research in order to be an informed and united voice in advocacy for the unique needs of AIG learners.

  3. Provide ongoing feedback about current AIG programming in Whiteville City Schools.

  4. Encourage open and accurate communication regarding AIG programming opportunities to parents and community.

The AIG Advisory Council meets two times a year. If you are interested in joining the AIG Advisory Council, please fill out this survey: AIG Community Stakeholders

Katie McLam

Whiteville City Schools AIG Coordinator

(910) 642-4116 ext. 1235

WCS AIG Advisory Board Meeting Spring 2021