Annually, under the guidance of the principal, each school teaching staff collaboratively reflects on the learning that is taking place within their school. Staff considers and identifies any common threads or themes of success and needed improvement, as evidenced by student learning. These themes are then used to identify one or two goals that will move learning forward within the school (an example would be improving primary reading).
Student Success Plans guide professional development activities and directs resource allocations, whether they be instructional, technological or resource based.
School District 72 then uses each school's Student Success Plan to drive the district's Achievement Contract and Aboriginal Education Enhancement Agreement, as well as to identify the district's priorities and Strategic Plan.
Below is this year's Student Success Plan for Timberline Secondary. Any questions can be directed to the school principal.
Timberline Student Success Plan