As always, the Moore Square staff is greatly looking forward to working with you and your student. We will be working very hard this year to ensure that our teachers provide rigorous and challenging instruction for all students that will allow them to reach their maximum learning potential. Please feel free to contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org or (919) 664-5737 with questions or concerns concerning the AIG program at Moore Square.
Students who are identified by WCPSS as Academically and/or Intellectually Gifted (AIG) participate in the AIG Basics Program. Identified 6th, 7th, and 8th-grade students receive differentiated curriculum and instruction in language arts and/or mathematics within the general education setting. Options may include cluster and flexible skills grouping, differentiated units, and collaborative teaching between the classroom and the AIG teacher. The AIG teacher consults with the classroom teacher regarding differentiated curriculum and instruction and also facilitates a variety of small-group learning experiences. Services vary depending on course offerings and student performance. All schools that offer the AIG basics theme offer it in conjunction with the GT magnet theme.
"The purpose of Wake County School's Academically and Intellectually Gifted Program is to provide a challenging and rigorous educational program for students who show or have potential of a high-performance level in comparison to peers of the same age group, experience and environment. Gifted education in Wake County is provided for students who consistently perform above grade level and demonstrate need for additional rigorous academic differentiation in kindergarten through grade twelve."