Feb 27
School Engagement Survey

As part of CBE, we have been provided a survey to share with our community.  This survey has two topics:

  1. School Development Plan
  2. School Fees

Please use the link to complete the survey (scroll down).  This survey should take about 13 minutes.

To provide a bit of context and to review these two topics BEFORE completing the survey, please read the information below.

School Development Plan

This year, our School Development Plan (SDP) has been shared with parents in a number of ways:

  • At school council meetings in October and November 2022
  • Through emails from the principal
  • Posted on our school website

Our School Development Plan is created by carefully analyzing data from:

  • Report cards
  • Alberta Education assessments
  • Surveys (CBE, staff created, Assurance survey for grade 4 students and families)
  • Student voice

Our SDP goals for this year are:

Literacy: students' oral language proficiency will improve when communicating their comprehension of text in English and French Immersion.

Numeracy: Students' oral language proficiency will increase (in English and French Immersion) when verbally expressing their number sense.

Well-Being: Students will feel a sense of belonging when they are at school.

School Fees

School fees include any fees that you pay through MyCBE/Powerschool account.  This year, you may have paid the following fees:

  • Field trips
  • Lunchroom
  • Bussing
  • Recorders for music

Events such as the Halloween Dance, art cards, Purdy's Chocolates, pizza lunch, popcorn snack, for example, are fundraisers and are not considered fees. 

With the disruption of COVID-19 for the past two years, we were limited in our opportunities to participate in field trips (also referred to as off-site excursions).  This year, teachers across the city have been booking field trips for students.  This has made booking these trips very difficult.  We know that only a handful of classes have been able to go on a trip this year.  We are still trying our best to secure spots for classes to go on a field trip before the end of the year.  Our goal is to have each class attend one field trip this school year. 




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