NSD hosting community engagement sessions to discuss education programming and student success
Posted on January 31
Northland School Division (NSD) is kicking off a series of community engagement sessions next week (February 7, 2018) to discuss education programming and student success. The sessions are part of NSD’s Regional Education Program review for Grouard Northland School, Gift Lake School, Bishop Routhier School (Peavine Métis Settlement) and Hillview School (East Prairie Métis Settlement). The review is scheduled to take place from February to May, 2018. During the Regional Education Program Review, NSD will be using the Community Engagement Framework (page 34).
“NSD created five outcome statements to support student success,” said Shelley Willier, Area 1 Associate Superintendent. “In order to meet Outcome Statement #1, Northland students are strong in identity, healthy and successful, we need participation from staff, parents and community members to ensure schools have the resources to support sustainable student success.”
The Regional Education Program Review looks at school programming and operational procedures. The review helps NSD determine if students are achieving defined program standards and outcomes. The Regional Education Program Review begins February 5-7, 2018 at Grouard Northland School. The first community engagement session for students, parents and community members is Wednesday, February 7, 2018 from 5:00 p.m. – 7:00 p.m. at Grouard Northland School.
Click here to view Grouard Community Engagement poster.
Click here to view Grouard Community Engagement agenda.
Click here to view Regional Education Program Review (Grouard).