Greenwich Administrator Receives 2019 Gifted Coordinator Award

Advanced Learning Program Facilitator for Greenwich Public
Schools, Bonnie O’Regan, was awarded the 2019 Gifted Coordinator Award by the National Association for Gifted Children, announced today.

The Gifted Coordinator Award is presented annually to an administrator who has made significant contributions to gifted children in their school district.

This includes developing gifted programs, using research based identification protocols, providing ongoing professional development on the needs of gifted children, and advocating for those children in the district and wider community.

O’Regan shares this award with Dennis D. Jutras, Coordinator of Gifted and Advanced Learning, Baltimore City Public Schools and Geoffrey Moon, Gifted Education Program Lead,Santa Fe Public Schools. Award winners will be recognized at the NAGC 66th Annual Convention in Albuquerque, NM, November 7-10, 2019.

“Bonnie’s expertise and passion for learning has impacted students across our entire district. Our team at Greenwich Public Schools celebrates Bonnie and this national recognition,” said Superintendent Dr. Toni Jones.

Ms. O’Regan has been with Greenwich Public Schools for over 20 years, and began leading the Advanced Learning Program in 2011.

“This award recognizes the community of people who have created and continue to facilitate our robust Advanced Learning Program,” O’Regan said, adding, “I proudly share this award with our educators, program staff, parents and many others.”