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Director's Annual Plan
Director's Annual Plan

As a school board, our priorities are set out in the Board of Trustees’ Multi-Year Strategic Plan. To achieve those priorities, the Director’s Annual Plan sets out six goals that align with the strategic plan and our Board’s Mission, Vision and Values.

The Director’s Annual Plan goals focus on raising the achievement of students who are underserved and underperforming. This is in line with concepts in the Ministry of Education’s Learning for All, which outlines that “assistance targeted at a specific group can help everyone.” When we focus on raising the achievement of students who are underachieving to their potential, all students will benefit.


A. Strategic Priority: Foster Well-Being and Mental Health

To raise the achievement and well-being of our underperforming and underserved students, we will:

Go​al

​1. ​​Build safe and inclusive learning and working environments where students and staff feel they matter and belong.

B. Strategic Priority​: Champion Equity and Inclusivity

To raise the achievement and well-being of our underperforming and underserved students, we will:

​G​oal

2. ​Build a collective understanding of;

the ongoing impact of colonialism on Indigenous Communities,

​Anti-oppression, and

​​Culturally Responsive and Relevant Pedagogy (CRRP).

3. Provide comprehensive math programs that reflect students’ identities and lived experiences, needs, and interests. 


C. Strategic Priority: Build Collaborative Relationships

​To raise the achievement and well-being of our underperforming and underserved students, we will:

Go​al

4. ​Build trust and collaborative relationships with students, families and staff through respectful and responsive communication focused on shared solutions.


D. ​Strategic Priority: Empower Ethical Leadership

 To raise the achievement and well-being of our underperforming and underserved students, we will:

Goal​

5. Elevate student voice in learning, assessment and decision-making.

6. Build a collective understanding of ethical leadership.

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