Engaging on School Development Plans​​

Each fall, our school prepares a school development plan - an action plan that outlines what students and teachers will do to improve student learning outcomes connected to the school results​. The school development plan ensures a targeted and focused approach and allows staff, students and parents to understand the strategies we will use to improve student learning.

As we develop the school development plan, engaging with staff, parents and students is an important part of the process. Watch for news stories on our website throughout the year for ways you can get involved. We'll also send information by SchoolMessenger, so make sure you have subscribed to receive our email messages. Another great way to keep informed is by attending our school council meetings.

In addition to news stories, we'll post information about upcoming meetings on this page. We'll also share feedback gathered at meetings and through online surveys on this page.

If you have any questions about this engagement, please contact the principal. ​​​

School Development Plan Engagement

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