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Priorities for Student Learning: 2017 – 2019

In 2013 the LRSD School Board established Three Priorities for Student Learning, setting goals that every student would be:

  1. Developing strong literacy and numeracy skills.
  2. Academically, emotionally, physically and intellectually engaged in learning.
  3. Demonstrating that they are active citizens contributing to their communities.

Aligned with these priorities, each of our schools and departments will develop and then focus upon specific goals that will help our Division level aspirations come to fruition. The three priorities for student learning in the Louis Riel School Division are that each and every student is:

  • Developing strong literacy and numeracy skills, and that the Division has evidence of this development.

  • Academically, emotionally, physically, and intellectually engaged in learning.

  • Demonstrating they are active citizens contributing to their local, national and global communities.

As well, recognizing that some communities face significant structural challenges, it is our goal to ensure all students, including those from Indigenous and Newcomer communities, have the same opportunities and achieve as well as their peers. 

To see these priorities in action, read our annual Report to the Community. Both the report from the division and the reports from each school give specific examples on how the priorities are being focused on every day.

 
 
 
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While the sun may be shining today, it looks like there's nothing but rain in the forecast for tomorrow. 🌧️☂️ That means the Folk Dance in the Park scheduled for Wednesday, May 22 will be rescheduled for Friday, May 24th. https://t.co/ykS68fwg1r

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Seven young women who are Indigenous leaders in LRSD got the opportunity of a lifetime to explore culture, language, and history as well as who they are on an archipelago called Haida Gwaii in BC. Read their blog for all the details and discoveries! http://ow.ly/fc3350ubUov

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