Multi-Year Strategic Plan 



System Priorities

2012-2013 System Priorities
2013-2014 System Priorities
2014-2015 System Priorities
Strategic Directions - Chart

Board Reports

Culminating Reports
Fulfilling the Promise - Strategic Directions 2010-2015
Information Report 10.3 - February 2, 2010
Information Report 10.5 - May 18, 2010
Staff Report 9.1 - March 1, 2011
Staff Report 9.1 - March 22, 2011
Staff Report 9.1 - October 6, 2009
Staff Report 9.4 - February 15, 2011
Status and Update - January 18, 2011

Outcome Monitoring

expand Title : 2012-2013 Outcome Monitoring Reports ‎(8)
expand Title : 2013-2014 Outcome Monitoring Reports ‎(5)


​​2015-2016 Stakeholder Consultation

Parents and ratepayers were invited to participate in a Telephone Town Hall on November 10, 2015. The information gathered was shared with trustees and will help to guide the decisions they make as they develop our next multi-year plan.

Parents and ratepayers who were unable to participate in the Telephone Town Hall can share their thoughts online through a quick survey (only 5 questions!).

Why Strategic Planning?

Strategic planning is the process of making fundamental decisions and actions that shape and guide who we are, what we do, and why we do it.

The Education Act requires school boards to develop multi-year plans that achieve the following 3 goals:

    1. Promoting student achievement and well-being; 
    2. Ensuring effective stewardship of the board's resources; and
    3. Delivering effective and appropriate education programs to students.

Developing Our Next Multi-Year Plan


The Board of Trustees is currently working on the next multi-year plan, which will determine our school board's strategic direction beyond 2015. The process ​involves 6 phases. We are currently in Phase 3 of this process, which involves consultation with our stakeholders.



We Need Your Help!

We are gathering feedback from parents, students, staff, parishes, and members of our broader community. The information gathered will be shared with trustees and help guide the decisions they make as they develop our new multi-year plan.

Please take a few minutes to share your thoughts through a quick survey (only 5 questions!).

Our Current Plan

Our current multi-year plan, Fulfilling the Promise: Strategic Directions for 2010-2015, identifies specific outcome measures in three broad areas of focus - Achieving, Believing, Belonging

Each year, the Board identifies specific system priorities that are determined to be essential developmental steps in this multi-year process. 

Outcome Monitoring Reports

The progress made towards achieving our system priorities are reported back to the Board of Trustees through Outcome Monitoring Reports

The format of the Outcome Monitoring Reports is based on a Results-Based Accountability framework, which identifies outcomes to be achieved, indicators of success, story behind the baseline, what works (links to research evidence), strategies to be undertaken to turn the curve on our results, and existing programs and initiatives which support our efforts.


2014-2015 Outcome Monitoring Reports

Outcome Monitoring Report No. 1
BELONGING: Employee Engagement

Outcome Monitoring Report No. 2
BELONGING: Supporting Mental Health and Well-Being

Outcome Monitoring Report No. 3
BELONGING: Student Engagement

Outcome Monitoring Report No. 4
ACHIEVING: 21st Century Teaching and Learning

Outcome Monitoring Report No. 5
BELONGING: Bullying Prevention and Safe Schools​

Our Strategic Plan establishes the broad priorities that will continue to guide our system year to year.  The Board annually identifies specific system priorities that are determined to be essential developmental steps in this multi-year process.  While the specific system priorities change annually as specific initiatives are launched, developed and brought to natural completion, the broad directions remain constant, providing the stability required for the system to maintain the sustained focus necessary to attain our goals. 

View the 2014-2015 System Priorities. ​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​