Fulfilling the Promise - Strategic Directions 2010-2015
In September, 2009, the Halton Catholic District School Board initiated a Strategic Planning and Renewal Process. The initiative anticipated the requirement for school boards to develop multi-year plans as required through amendments to the Education Act (Bill 177), and provided a mechanism to address the Board’s long-term needs, specifically in regards to growth and change.
An extensive and comprehensive consultative process for community engagement solicited the input of parents, students, staff, and members of our broader community, and in June 2010, the Board approved Fulfilling the Promise: Strategic Directions for 2010-2015. The multi-year plan identified specific outcome measures, and three broad areas of focus – Achieving, Believing, Belonging.
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Progress to Date
Over the course of the 2013-2014 school year, a series of Strategic Plan Outcome Monitoring Reports were presented to the Board of Trustees, highlighting each of the Desired Outcomes identified and approved by the Board in 2010. The format of the Strategic Plan Outcome Monitoring Reports is based on a Results Based Accountability framework. Within the framework we identify: 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 will support our efforts.
2013-2014 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
Next Steps - System Priorities 2014-2015
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.