AIG students perform or show the potential to perform at substantially high levels of accomplishment when compared with others of their age, experiences or environment. These students require differentiated educational services beyond those ordinarily provided by the regular educational program. Please contact your school’s AIG Specialist or the AIG Coordinator if you have questions about our program.
AIG Identification and Local Information
Elementary AIG Specialists
Lucama, Jones, Hearne – Beth Barnette
Wells, Gardners, Vick - Christel Dermer
Vinson-Bynum, Frederick Douglass, Winstead – Sarah Winbourne
Rock Ridge, Lee Woodard, Barnes – Rebecca Wise
New Hope, Stantonsburg – Misty Watson
Middle School AIG Specialists:
Toisnot, Springfield - Danny Barnes
Speight, Forest Hills – Leigh Anne Howard
Darden, Elm City – Cheryl Johnson
High School AIG Specialists:
WECA, WAAT, Beddingfield – Danny Barnes
Hunt – Leigh Anne Howard
Fike – Cheryl Johnson
FRAMEWORKS FOR ENGLISH LANGUAGE ARTS (ELA)
HOMEBOUND SERVICES FOR REGULAR EDUCATION
INSURANCE FOR STUDENTS
WCS offers Pre-K to students meeting certain criteria.
PROGRESS REPORTS AND REPORT CARD SCHEDULE
READ TO ACHIEVE
Third-grade students receive extra attention in North Carolina because of the state’s Read to Achieve legislative initiative, a part of the Excellent Public Schools Act. Under this state law, third-grade students who are not reading at grade level by the end of third grade will receive special help, including summer reading camp and other interventions to make sure that they can read well enough to be able to do fourth-grade work. First- and second-graders can also attend.
Wilson County Schools offers Spanish Immersion at Frederick Douglass Elementary School for students in kindergarten through fourth grade. More information at this link - Spanish Immersion.