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Parent and Community Involvement

 

Enhancing student achievement through collaboration among educators, administrators, parents and community is a shared goal of the Randolph County School System and the Gifted Education Program.


Communication Strategies

  •  AIG Team chairpersons and gifted education teachers will hold informational meetings to help their faculties and parents understand the implementation of the plan at their school.
  •  A Gifted Education Program brochure will be published for parents in order to provide written, accurate information about the AIG program options.
  •  An AIG web page on the Randolph County School System website will provide information on the components of the gifted program as well as showcase student enrichment opportunities.
  •  Individual schools will host parent nights to highlight student achievement and afford parents opportunities to interact with the learning environment.


Community Outreach Efforts

  •  A parent survey will be conducted annually to identify areas of strength and need in the AIG program design and implementation procedures.
  •  Parent conferences will be scheduled annually to review students’ Differentiated Education Plans (DEP)/Individual Differentiation Educational Plans (IDEP). Parents are encouraged to provide feedback and to help establish any interventions that need to be implemented.
  •  School business partners will be informed and encouraged to support program activities and goals.
  •  The AIG Program Specialist will continue to provide information to AIG teachers for parents about local workshops and opportunities sponsored by other organizations related to gifted issues.
  •  Forms and other AIG student/parent information will be provided in Spanish and any other language as the need arises.
  •  The AIG Director and Program Specialist will work with local and state advocacy groups such as the North Carolina Association for the Gifted and Talented (NCAGT) and Parents for the Advancement of Gifted Education (PAGE) to gather and share information about local, state, and national issues in gifted education.

 

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The Randolph County School System does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex, disability, or age in its programs and activities and provides equal access to the Boy Scouts and other designated youth groups. The following people have been designated to handle inquiries regarding the non-discrimination policies: Marty Trotter, Title IX Coordinator, and Edwina Ashworth, Section 504 Coordinator, 2222-C South Fayetteville St. Asheboro, NC 27205 Phone: 318-6100.

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