AIG & Fine Arts
Empowering Students Today With Future-Ready Skills.
AIG Plan & Helpful Links
Phone: (919) 496-2600 Ext. 311
Degrees and Certifications:
Mr. Danney Dailey
Coordinator of AIG and Fine Arts
Danney has lived in North Carolina since 1989. He's a Bunn High School graduate and has twenty years of experience in education. He earned his Associate in Arts in General College Transfer from Louisburg College, A Bachelor of Science in Elementary Education from North Carolina Wesleyan College, and a Master's of Education, Reading K-12 from East Carolina University. Danney's Licensure areas are Elementary Education K-6, Academically Gifted K-12, and Reading K-12. He started his teaching career at Edward Best in 2001-2002, and has experience as both an elementary teacher and AIG teacher for FCS and Nash County Schools. Danney has been the Coordinator of AIG and Fine Arts for Franklin County Schools since August of 2015.
AIG & Fine Arts Staff
- BMS & BHS
- BMS & TLMS
- CCMS & FMS
- EBES & LMES
- LES & BES
- LOMES & RES
- TLMS & LHS
- YES & FES
- Sarah Anderson
- Maryann Boden
- Myra Bridgers
- Josephine Butler
- Alexis Cheatham
- Dana Church
- Angela Clifton
- Kristy Crawford
- Cameron Eaton
- Melissa Edwards
- Joan Frazier
- Candice Green
- Michelle Harris
- Taylor Harris
- Tasha Hatten
- Valerie Hawthorne
- Brenda Jordan
- Larry Keeler
- Brian Kelley
- Melanie Lovin
Learning Library for Parents
4 Ways To Manage Perfectionism
Click on the bit.ly link to view a presentation on how to help your child manage perfectionism.
4 Maneras de Manejar El Perfeccionismo
Haga clic en el enlace bit.ly para ver una presentación sobre cómo ayudar a su hijo a manejar el perfeccionismo.
How Can I Help My AIG Student Understand Realistic Expectations for Success?
Click on the bit.ly link to view a presentation on how to help your child have realistic expectations for success.
¿Cómo puedo ayudar a mi estudiante de AIG a entender las expectativas realistas del éxito?
Haga clic en el enlace bit.ly para ver una presentación sobre cómo ayudar a su hijo a tener expectativas realistas de éxito.
How Can I Help My Child With Impostor Syndrome?
Click on the bit.ly link to view a presentation on how to help your child deal with Impostor Syndrome.
Current Research & Issues
NC DPI: AIG Call to Action
Read about the formal Call to Action focus of the Division of Advanced Learning, from the AIG Department.
Gifted Education: Just the Facts
This was published by researchers in conjunction with the work of Duke TIP.
Choice Isn't Differentiation
Giving student choices isn't necessarily differentiation. Read more and find out why.
How Extra Arts Education at School Boost Students' Writing Scores and Compassion
Read to find out how extra arts education in schools can lead to a boost in writing scores and students' compassion.
The Curious Case of Impostor Syndrome
What is Impostor Syndrome? Read this article to find out and why it affects so many gifted students.