MISSION, VISION, VALUES, & GOALS

Mission

The South Slave Divisional Education Council strives to prepare students to create their futures by ensuring high levels of learning for ALL.

Vision

All individuals reach their educational potential

Values

Respect, Integrity, Loyalty, Commitment to Growth, Advocacy

Goals and Targets (2016-17)

GOALS

OBJECTIVES

To improve student
success in numeracy

  1. At least 20% of the students gain at least one stanine increase in math on the CAT-4.

  2. At least 77% of the students at or above the Canadian average in math by the end of the 2016-17 school year.

  3. At least 90% of parents say they have been involved in a discussion of their child’s strengths and stretches (areas to work on) in math (with a 75% response rate).

  4. At least 90% of parents say they are satisfied with their child’s growth in math (with a 75% response).

To increase the percentage of students meeting or exceeding expectations for numeracy proficiency.

Targets:

To improve student
success in literacy

To increase the percentage of students meeting or exceeding expectations for literacy proficiency.

Targets:

  1. At least 77% of students will be reading within grade according to the Fountas and Pinnell reading level chart.

  2. At least 20% of the students gain at least one stanine increase in reading on the Canadian Achievement Test (CAT-4 Western and Northern Canada norm).

  3. At least 77% of the students reading at or above the Canadian average by the end of the 2016-17 school year.

  4. At least 70% of SSDEC trustees, staff and students will be able to engage and respond to greetings (How are you?, I’m fine), express a word of appreciation (well done/that’s good), say thank you, and use at least two more phrases of salutation / thanks in the local Aboriginal language(s) (now 6 phrases to engage/respond without reminder.

  5. At least 90% of parents say they have been involved in a discussion of their child’s strengths and stretches (areas to work on) in reading (with a 75% response rate).

  6. At least 90% of parents say they are satisfied with their child’s growth as a reader (with a 75% response rate).

To increase understanding and
practice of socially responsible behaviour by
all members of the school community

To increase the percentage of trustees, parents, staff and students demonstrating responsible behaviour.

Targets:

  1. At least 80% of K-10 students participate in at least 10 lessons of a social responsibility program such as Incredible Flexible You (ages 4-7), Zones of Regulation (K-Gr. 3), MindUp (preK- Gr. 8), Second Step (gr. K-9), Mindful Schools (K-adolescent), Superflex (Gr. 3), Fourth R (Gr. 7, 8, 9), Healthy Relationship Plus (Gr. 7-11), or Leadership and Resiliency Program (LRP Gr. 7-12).

  2. 5% more students will achieve at least 90% attendance.

  3. 80% of parents participate in at least one of CEP days, 3-way conferences, and/or parent workshops (getting info. or giving input).

  4. Council recognizes that the achievement of these last two targets is a shared responsibility with parents, students and DEAs.

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