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Tyrrell County Schools seeks community input on AIG program

Tyrrell County Schools is seeking guidance from the public as it prepares to update its Academically or Intellectually Gifted program plan for 2019-2022, and a survey to that effect is available online.

Input sought includes feedback on how AIG students are identified and selected, the type of programming made available to AIG students, how curriculum is adapted for advance learners, how teachers are trained to teach AIG students and the development of partnerships in the community. The survey also touches on accountability for how the AIG program is implemented.

Whether you are an employee, student, parent, community member, community partner or friend of the AIG program, your input is needed as Tyrrell County Schools works to develop its next AIG Plan.

The community survey that can be found at www.tyrrell.k12.nc.us/news/tcs-seeks-your-input-implementation-aig-plan.

“Your input is greatly appreciated and we thank you for your time and support of Tyrrell County Schools,” reads a release on the school system’s website.