Chinook School Division Strategic Plan
The Chinook School Division Board of Education has established a Strategic Plan as a major component of its leadership vision. It is intended that this plan will provide a flexible blueprint to direct the activities of the Board through the 2022-2023 school year. When successful, these activities will actualize the Foundational Statements.
Provincial Education Plan
The province will continue with an additional year of an Interim Provincial Education Plan for the 2022-23 school year to help address the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on student learning and mental health and well being. Work has also begun on a seven year Provincial Education Plan (PEP) beginning September 2023 - June 2030.
Chinook has created an Interim Education Plan to align with the Interim Provincial Education Plan.
Learning Response and Mental Health and Wellbeing 2022-23 Actions:
By June 2023, intervention plans will be implemented for struggling students in Reading grades 1-5 (with a priority on K-2).
By June 2023, intervention plans will be implemented for struggling students in Math grades 1-9 (with a priority on 3-6).
By June 2023, a professional development plan will be implemented focused on improving oral language and increasing student learning.
By June 2023, a plan including resources and experiences to support teachers in deepening their understanding of FNMI culture and ways of knowing will be implemented.
By June 2023, students will improve in their reading scores as measured by the F & P scores grade 1-3, compared to the baseline scores of June 2022.
By June 2023, 100% of SCC’s will have implemented a Community Engagement and Alignment Plan.
By June 2023, strategies and resources to support the mental health and well being of staff and students will be implemented including creating a resource page for parents and students.
By October 2022, schools will create school plans focused on supporting mental health and well being of students.
By January 2023, students will feel connected and supported at school with less anxiety and more access to supports as measured by OurSchool data.
Chinook Learning Priorities 2022-23
Chinook Mental Health and Wellbeing Plan 2022-23