Welcome to Ms. Carter's AIG Website!

Laura Carter - Instructional Coach/AIG Specialist
Monroeton Elementary School

Email - lcarter2@rock.k12.nc.us
Phone - 336-634-3280 Ext. 39246
Schedule - Monday - Friday 7:10 - 3:10

To get to the district's AIG website, click HERE.

The Academically and/or Intellectually Gifted (AIG) program of the Rockingham County School System welcomes input and suggestions from members of the community. Each school system in our state revises its AIG plan every three years.  If you have input that you would like to share concerning this program, please contact Mrs. Susan Price-Cole, AIG Lead Teacher, by phone at 336-634-3209, ext 49221 or by email scole2@rock.k12.nc.us 

El programa Intelectualmente Dotados (AIG) del Sistema Escolar del Condado de Rockingham Académicamente y / o da la bienvenida a la entrada y las sugerencias de los miembros de la comunidad. Cada sistema escolar en nuestro estado revisa su plan de AIG cada tres años. Si usted tiene de entrada que le gustaría compartir sobre este programa, por favor póngase en contacto con la señora Susan Price-Cole, AIG Maestro Principal, por teléfono al 336-634-3209, ext 49221 o por correo electrónico a scole2@rock.k12.nc.us
 

 Vision 2020 Statement
The Rockingham County Schools' Academically and/or Intellectually Gifted (AIG) program will empower each child to be a life-long learner, equipped to contribute in a changing, complex society. 
 
Mission Statement
Through effective relationships with family and community partners, the Academically and/or Intellectually Gifted (AIG) program of the Rockingham County School district will provide a safe, dynamic, nurturing, and innovative learning environment in which each child has the opportunity to reach his/her highest potential. To do this effectively, elementary, middle, and high schools will strive to identify and meet the unique educational needs of gifted students who come from all ethnic, cultural, and socio-economic groups. The cultivation of potential in this population must be enhanced through an appropriate match of differentiated services to individual needs as we strive to prepare the students for success in the 21st century. The program encourages critical thinking, creative thinking, and problem solving, while also addressing the social and emotional needs of the students.