Bednarick-Humes Earns National Honor for Gifted Coordinators
Nov. 28, 2022
Lindbergh Schools Tracey Bednarick-Humes was honored with a national award for gifted coordinators. The National Association for Gifted Children (NAGC) announced her as one of the recipients of the 2022 NAGC Gifted Coordinator Award. Each year, the Association recognizes school district gifted coordinators or administrators who have made significant contributions to gifted students in their district.
This year’s award recipients are:
Tracy Bednarick-Humes, Gifted Coordinator, Lindbergh Schools, St. Louis, Missouri
Amity Butler, Director of Accelerated Models and Programs, Northshore School District, Bothell, Massachusetts
Cheryl Taliaferro, ASPIRE Academy District Liaison, Grapevine High School, Grapevine, Texas
“NAGC has a distinguished history of dedicated members who have committed themselves to advancing the field of gifted education and improving the outcomes for our gifted and talented children. I congratulate this talented group of gifted coordinators and administrators and look forward to recognizing their achievements during NAGC22 in Indianapolis,” said Dr. Lauri Kirsch, NAGC Board President.
About the National Association for Gifted Children
The National Association for Gifted Children (NAGC) is the nation’s leading organization focused on the needs of gifted and talented children. Dedicated to uplifting and empowering those who support children with advanced abilities, NAGC provides energizing professional learning, impactful research, and inspiring advocacy to allow its members to work collaboratively so that all children have equitable opportunities and support to develop their gifts and talents.