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Hoke County Schools

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Transcript of Hoke County Schools

Into the Future: College, Career, and Life Ready
Hoke County Schools
7th Generation AIG Plan

AIG Program Focus
Purpose of the AIG Program
Vision of the AIG Program
Mission of the AIG Program
HCS AIG Students by Grade Level
HCS AIG Students by Schools
AIG EOG Reading 2014/2015
AIG EOG Math 2014/2015
AIG EOG Science 2014/2015
Article 9B
State Definition of AIG Students

The General Assembly believes the public schools should challenge all students to aim for academic excellence and that academically or intellectually gifted students perform or show the potential to perform at substantially high levels of accomplishment when compared with others of their age, experience, or environment. Academically or intellectually gifted students exhibit high performance capability in intellectual areas, specific academic fields, or in both intellectual areas and specific academic fields. Academically or intellectually gifted students require differentiated educational services beyond those ordinarily provided by the regular educational program. Outstanding abilities are present in students from all cultural groups, across all economic strata, and in all areas of human endeavor.
Standard 1: Student Identification
The LEA's student identification procedures are clear, equitable, and comprehensive, and lead towards appropriate educational services.
Standard 2: Differentiated Curriculum and Instruction
The LEA employs challenging, rigorous, and relevant curriculum and instruction K-12 to accommodate a range of academic, intellectual, social, and emotional needs of gifted learners.
Standard 3: Personnel and Professional
Development
The LEA recruits and retains highly qualified professionals and provides relevant and effective professional development concerning the needs of gifted learners that is on-going and comprehensive.
Standard 4: Comprehensive Programming within
a Total School Community
The LEA provides an array of K-12 programs and services by the total school community to meet the diverse academic, intellectual, social, and emotional needs of gifted learners.
Standard 5: Partnerships
The LEA ensures on-going and meaningful participation of stakeholders in the planning and implementation of the local AIG program to develop strong partnerships.
Standard 6: Program Accountability
The LEA implements, monitors, and evaluates the local AIG program and plan to ensure that all programs and services are effective in meeting the academic, intellectual, social, and emotional needs of gifted learners.
Radical Plans for the
2016-2019 Plan Cycle
Administer all AIG
testing online
Start a PAGE
chapter
Sponsor individual
school clubs
Sponsor staff
development
Thank you!
The purpose of Hoke County's Academically/Intellectually Gifted Program is to implement Article 9B, 115C-150.6 which mandates that each LEA provide appropriate educational services to each academically or intellectually gifted student.
Hoke County Schools' Academically and Intellectually Gifted Program, in partnership with the community, will challenge our gifted students through academic scholarship and provide students with real world experiences to support strong academic performance.
The mission of the Hoke County Schools' Academically and Intellectually Gifted Program is to provide differentiated educational services beyond those ordinarily provided by the regular educational program. We will identify students from all cultural groups, across all economic strata and in all areas of human endeavor to ensure that all students are critical thinkers and problem solvers, prepared for college, career and life upon graduation.
Radical Things
Being Done
Currently
Administering AIG tests twice
a year
Budget Utilization
to meet students'
needs
Paying for AP exams
Paying for Governor's School
tuition
Paying for AIG licensure
Paying for AIG field trips
Paying for Sand Hoke Early College
Speech and Debate Team
Providing resources for
AIG students
Standard 1 Practices
We are meeting the practices of this standard through the following:
Multiple criteria for identification
Utilization of multiple tests for identification
Teachers have a better understanding of gifted characteristics
Multiple pathways for identification
Watch and wait list
Due process procedures are in place for parents to address concerns
Policies are in place to protect the rights of students

Standard 2 Practices
We are meeting the practices of this standard through the following:
Utilization of research based differentiation strategies
Integration of technology in instruction
Enrichment opportunities for students
Diverse practices according to student interest, ability, readiness, and needs
Ongoing differentiated assessments - summative, formative
Service learning opportunities for students

Standard 3 Practices
We are meeting the practices of this standard though the following:
AIG Add-On Licensure through a course of study in collaboration with UNCP
Professional development presented by C&I
Budget allocated for AIG professional development
Professional development opportunities offered by NCAPP
Attendance at AIG and other educational conferences

Standard 4 Practices
We are meeting the practices of this standard through the following:
Survey all stakeholders to get feedback for continuous program improvement
DEPs provided to all teachers and guidance counselors
Communication and collaboration between school counselors, regular education teachers, AIG specialists and families
Conferencing with parents and students not performing up to their potential
Enrichment and Extension opportunities

Standard 5 Practices
We are meeting the practices of this standard through the following:
AIG Add-On Licensure in collaboration with UNCP
Scholarship and staff development opportunities through NCAPP
AIG parent nights
Partnerships with College Board

Standard 6 Practices
We are meeting the practices of this standard through the following:
Consistent monitoring and evaluation of the AIG plan
Analyze data of student demographic information
Budget used to address and meet AIG students' needs
Program evaluation provided through stakeholder surveys
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