The Plan for Student Success focuses our collective efforts to further student success, and aligns with the
Ministry of Education’s goals, as well as the board’s Mission, Vision and Values. These goals, each accompanied by a descriptor and projects, interconnect to achieve our mission to inspire success, confidence and hope in each student.
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Plan for Student Success petals below to read some highlights from the 2017-18 school year.
Goal: High expectations for achievement
- Continue to review and implement
- Integrate 21st Century Teaching and Learning through the vision of Empowering Modern Learners
- Develop and implement an Early Years Strategy
Goal: Equity and inclusion
Goal: Parent, community and staff engagement
- Implement a voluntary, confidential workplace census
- Review and update the Equity and Inclusive Education Policy and The Future We Want
- Develop a comprehensive strategy to support students from marginalized communities such as black male youth, LGBTQ students, First Nation, Métis, Inuit students and students living in poverty
- Develop and act on the expanded
Neighbourhood School Advantage Plan and strategies
- Develop a comprehensive plan for parent involvement and communication
Goal: Safe, positive, healthy climate/well-being
- Implement the Mental Health Strategy to support well-being
- Conduct a review of Special Education supports and implement recommendations
Recognized as a partner for
Provincial Centres of Excellence for Early Years and Child Care
certified as EcoSchools
Approached learning through an equity-minded lens by integrating culturally responsive texts to diversify student text collections
Engaged educators in professional learning focused on deepening mathematical content knowledge for teaching by understanding how students learn math developmentally, as part of the Year 4
We Rise Together Action Plan
Made progress on our We Rise Together Action Plan, including the formation of the We Rise Together Advisory Council, anti-Black racism and bias awareness training for the board’s senior leadership team and school administrators, as well as student and teacher We Rise Together conferences
Reconciliation and Indigenous Education
Took important steps towards reconciliation and Indigenous education by holding the first Indigenous Student Conference, and raising the Mississaugas of the New Credit First Nation flag at the central board office, with the commitment to raise at all sites next school year during the month of June
Launched our first Sikh e-module to help staff develop a deeper understanding of the Sikh faith. Keep an eye out for our Muslim e-module to launch next year.
Launched two new ways to
engage and inform our Peel community
Demonstrated our commitment to safe, inclusive spaces by
raising the Pride flag at all Peel school and work locations during June and holding the first
You Are Not Alone conference for middle school GSAs.
#chooseACTION as part of Bullying Awareness and Prevention Week in November, a campaign to inspire students and staff to prevent and intervene in bullying.