Myrtle Grove AIG Program

If you're not prepared to be wrong, you'll never come up with anything original. -Sir Ken Robinson

MGMS's Gifted Specialist is Ms. Reagan Mauk

email:          phone: 910-350-2100

AIG (Academically and Intellectually Gifted) Program

New Hanover County Schools want to ensure that all students are being challenged and supported to grow academically and creatively. To this end, NHCS supports a gifted and talented education program throughout its K-12 schools. Ms. Mauk is the Gifted Education Specialist (GES) assigned to Myrtle Grove to support its gifted students as well as those who show potential. Ms. Mauk works closely with classroom teachers and elective teachers to ensure there are a wide variety of high-interest and rigorous opportunities to keep students engaged and growing.

Nomination Packet (<--click here)

Students can be nominated for the AIG program at any time at any level by parents, friends, staff, or the student themselves

The NHCS nomination process is uniform across the county. The same data collection tools and Match Team selection processes are used in all schools. If you are interested in nominating your student, please download the Nomination Packet below and return it to Reagan Mauk. Families may simply hand it in to the main office and Ms. Ortiz will make sure it gets to me.

23.24 MIDDLE SCHOOL AIG Nomination and Testing Timeline
MG District AIG Parent presentation 22-25

For information related to discrimination and harassment, see NHCS policies 1710 - Discrimination and Harassment Prohibited by Federal Law and 1725 - Title IX Sexual Harassment