Three-Year Education Plan
Planning in education is an essential part of ensuring that all students have equitable opportunities to acquire the knowledge, skills and attitudes they need to be self-reliant, responsible, caring and contributing citizens. Planning ensures resources for education are used in the best possible ways to meet the educational needs of our young people.
The District plan outlines priorities for student learning in the District, guides budget development, and forms the basis for reporting on progress and achievement.
The District is required by Alberta Education to prepare an education plan that aligns with the Alberta Education Three-Year Business Plan and focuses on student learning over a three-year period. Plans are updated annually so that, as one year is completed and another is added, the plan continues in a three-year time frame.
- District Planning Guidelines
- The vision, mission, motto and belief statements will provide overall direction for District planning.
- The planning process will recognize identified local priorities.
- The actions and endeavours of the District and its schools must be guided by sound planning processes. The planning process must provide ample opportunity for input and meaningful involvement by persons from stakeholder groups. Formal processes for the system to develop, revise and extend its Three-Year Education Plan that identify priorities, outcomes, measures, targets, strategies and timelines for task completion will be developed each year.
- Three-Year Education Plan
A District education plan that meets local goals and fulfils provincial accountability requirements will be developed and implemented.
- The plan will be kept current to ensure focused, efficient and effective change and improvements.
- The plan will be updated annually.
- The plan will be improvement focused and will identify areas/priorities for improvement each year.
- The plan will include the provincially mandated priority areas with strategies and measures.
- The plan may include other strategies and measures in the plan reflecting local goals.
- The plan will outline the deployment of resources and be consistent with the provincial funding framework.
- The Superintendent will:
- Submit the plan to the Board for approval each year;
- Ensure that the District Three-Year Education Plan is submitted to Alberta Education in a form and at a time that meets requirements;
- Prepare a news release advertising the initiatives to be undertaken during the upcoming school year; and
- Make provision for distribution of the Three-Year Education Plan and its placement on the District website.
- Progress reports including areas of success and areas for improvement on the District education plan will be presented to the Board in accordance with the annual Board Work Plan and as deemed necessary.
September 21, 2016
Section 22, 39, 43, 60, 61, 77, 78, 113 School Act
Fiscal Planning and Transparency Act
Section 7, Education Grants Regulation
Section 13, School Councils Regulation
Policy and Requirements for School Board Planning and Reporting
School Authority Planning and Reporting Reference Guide Guide to
Education ECS to Grade 12