Mequon-Thiensville School District

Talented, Advanced & Gifted (TAG)

Talented, Advanced, and Gifted (TAG) Programming is important for students and for the local and global community as students experience challenges to maximize their potential and build habits of success that lead to confidence and independence.  As “one size does not fit all,” gifted education and programming  may look different from school to school and from one district to another.  

The Mequon-Thiensville School District is committed to developing students’ talents, abilities, and gifts through strengths-based programming.

Who We Are

TAG Programming in MTSD

Community Connections

TAG Programming provides a number of opportunities to connect and communicate with various stakeholders within the school and community at large.  A few examples are provided below: 

  • TAG Family Newsletter
  • TAG Family Workshops
  • TAG Talk Roundtable Discussions
  • Interest Inventories
  • Infinite Campus Communications
  • Conferences 
  • Community Showcase Events
  • Enrichment Contests and Workshops





TAG Coordinators

Our TAG Coordinators oversee K-12 gifted and talented programming and provide vision and leadership by working effectively with students, parents, teachers, and administrative staff to improve district gifted education. 

Nicole Brown
(Grades K-5)


Dr. Amy Abbott
(Grades 6-12)