A Board’s Strategic Plan is designed to be a living document, based on evidence, that provides the school district with focus areas on which to improve student achievement. It uses data to measure student improvement over time and is part of the planning cycle involving budget priorities and operational decisions.
A visual representation of this strategic planning process can be found HERE.
Based on a review of provincial, district and school-level evidence, the Board has narrowed its focus to three areas designed to improve student success in Saanich Schools:
- Indigenous Learner Success
- Mental Health and Wellness
A summary of various provincial reports on student achievement in Saanich can be found HERE.
Our district’s 2021-22 Framework for Enhancing Student Learning (FESL) report with examples of local data can be found HERE.
These three identified themes form the basis of the Board’s consultation with staff, students, parents/guardians and the broader community. There is space for your comments about each theme should you wish to comment on one, two or all three of them.
Please note that there is also an area for you to suggest other evidence-driven areas for the Board’s consideration in its next Strategic Plan.