Welcome to the home of the Lee County Schools AIG Program!

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    AIG: All day, Every day.
     
     

     
    Please feel free to contact us:
     
    Gail Smith, AIG Coordinator  Gail Smith, AIG Coordinator
     
    Karen Foushee, Lead District AIG Teacher  Karen Foushee, District AIG Lead Teacher
     
    Marilyn Marrero, Administrative Assistant  Marilyn Marrero, Administrative Assistant
     
     
     
     
     Connect with us on Facebook! Our handle is @LCSKaleidoscope.
     
     

Announcements

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    Kaleidoscope 2018 will be from Thursday, June 14 - Tuesday, June 26.
    Time: 8:00 am -12 noon
    Location: West Lee Middle School
    Washington, D.C. Trip: Wednesday, June 27 - Friday, June 29, 2018

     






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  • Take a look at our amazing trip to Washington, D.C.!!!
     
     



     
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  • NC Governor's School

    The Governor’s School of North Carolina is the oldest statewide summer residential program for academically or intellectually gifted high school students in the nation. The competition is intense and rigorous with the brightest, most outstanding AIG students in the state of North Carolina applying for a limited number of positions. Interested students need to seek additional information regarding dates and the application process from their school's guidance counselor. The following link will be helpful as students who are currently juniors prepare to apply to the NC Governor's School: 
    http://www.ncgovschool.org

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  • AIG Advisory Council Meetings

    The AIG Advisory Council meets regularly in the Assembly Room at Central Office. Individuals interested in serving on the AIG Advisory Council should email the AIG Coordinator, Gail Smith, for more information.

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  • Certification & Licensure

    Teachers are invited/encouraged to contact the AIG Coordinator for information regarding opportunities to participate in professional development courses which will satisfy local requirements for serving gifted students in the classroom. Teachers interested in obtaining an AIG license by completing four required graduate courses, or take the AIG Praxis Test, should contact the AIG Coordinator with further questions.

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