Academically & Intellectually Gifted Education Program
AIG Mission Statement
Lincoln County Schools is committed to the development of lifelong learners, innovative problem solvers, and responsible contributing citizens in a global society. Among our students are those who exhibit high academic performance, or who possess exceptional potential for outstanding achievement and leadership, as stated in the North Carolina definition of giftedness. Because we believe giftedness is developed through intellectual challenge, we strive to nurture exceptional capabilities through academic rigor, leadership development, and service opportunities. Lincoln County Schools will deliver a model of differentiated services that enhances and extends the regular education program for academically and intellectually gifted students from all racial, cultural, and economic backgrounds.
Dr. Heath BelcherAssociate Superintendent for Curriculum & Instruction and Innovation704-736-1017 Ext. 30182Kennan EaddyDirector of Student Support Services704-736-1017 Ext. 30244
Melanie HussDirector of Elementary Education704-736-1017 Ext. 30174
Diana CarpenterDirector of Middle School Education704-736-1017 Ext. firstname.lastname@example.org
Samantha CampbellDirector of Secondary Education704-736-1017 Ext. 30180
201 Jeb Seagle DriveLincolnton, NC 28092