Recognize a Favorite Teacher or Mentor Who Made a Difference for You or Your Child

Great Teachers Inspire Great Minds . . . thank them.

Over the years, some wonderful mentors and educators have made an enduring impact on our children—inspiring them to reach higher, learn more, and do better. Please show these teachers, mentors, and gifted leaders your appreciation with a tax-deductible gift in their name to the 2014 Annual Fund. We would be pleased to recognize the individual you have honored and list his or her name in NAGC’s 2014 Year in Review



Laura Beltchenko.JPG“I was most impressed with the fundraising ‘adventure’ connected to teacher appreciation week. It got me to truly think about the many teachers and mentors I have had along the way via my connections with NAGC—individuals who have influenced my 34 years of public education service stem from NAGC. There are so many wonderful people in this organization that I have come to know and respect.I have reaped—and thus my teachers and their students have reaped—much from their wisdom and knowledge.”
Laura Beltchenko 

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2015 Honor Roll
Appreciative parents and former students have honored the following teachers and mentors with a gift in their name to the 2014 Annual Fund. These donations support NAGC’s teacher scholarship programs.  

  • Elena Diaz (Talented and Gifted School for Young Scholars, NY), recognized by Ingrid Kullberg
  • Mary Dyer (Richardson ISD, TX), recognized by Emily Villamar-Robbins
  • Courtney Fowler (Chapman's Retreat Elementary, TN), recognized by Erin Gribben
  • Ann Harrison (North Carolina), recognized by Dianne McDowell
  • Erica Messina (Westport Public Schools, CT), recognized by Katie Augustyn
  • Dr. Linda Robinson (North Carolina), recognized by Dianne McDowell
  • Bridgette Thompson (Chapman's Retreat Elementary, TN), recognized by Erin Gribben
  • Caroline Winfield (Richardson ISD, TX), recognized by Emily Villamar-Robbins
  • Mary Frasier (in memoriam), recognized by Joseph Renzulli and Sally Reis
  • Russell Roseberry (in memoriam), recognized by Judith Roseberry
  • Dr. Virginia Burney (Ball State University, IN), recognized by Jessica Walker

View the 2014 Honor Roll >

Honor a Teacher or Mentor

"My son had an AMAZING year

. . . I have no doubt that his successes came from the joint efforts of his gifted specialist and his Math/Science teacher who provided him endless support, love and encouragement.”—Erin Gribben, parent

Donate in honor of a teacher who made a difference for your child.