Presentation on theme: "École Oman School Community Council Annual Meeting Monday, May 5 th, 2008."— Presentation transcript:
École Oman School Community Council Annual Meeting Monday, May 5 th, 2008
AGENDA Welcome & Introductions Role of the School Community Council 2007-2008 SCC Accomplishments Financial Report Chinook SD’s Foundations For Learning (FFL) Pillars Report on the School’s work Election of new members to our SCC Adjournment
Foundations For Learning We have focused on building a foundation using 4 pillars as our “Foundations For Learning” This has been a year of “process” and “building capacity” MISSIONVISIONVALUESGOALS
Our MISSION Statement – our fundamental purpose École Oman School is committed to purposeful learning in a safe and inclusive environment.
Our VISION – gives us direction on... Working Together Our School Culture Contributions to our Community Our Priorities Our Celebrations Our process involved a collaborative-team approach and a SWOT analysis.
École Oman School’s Vision Statements 2007-2008 We envision... Working Together... in strong collaborative teams towards a common goal using open and honest communication A School Culture with Evidence of... school spirit pride in our accomplishments the virtues being practiced Contributing to the Community by... including parents and community members in our student’s education being positive role models and becoming involved in our community Our Priorities to... learn, understand and use best teaching practices and appropriate programming to meet the learning needs of all students develop and maintain open communication with parents engage students in the language and actions of the virtues Celebrations Around... the growth of our students as learners the whole child our quality education…being a school “where parents want to send their children” the virtues
Our GOALS - establish our priorities, set our targets and timelines. (SMART) Our process: Existing state AFL (Assessment For Learning) data DRA (Developmental Reading Assessement) information RAD (Reading Assessment Division) Teacher observation / anecdotal records SWOT analysis of our vision statements
Our SMART Goals: By the end of March 2009, students in Grade 3-5 will increase their competency in identifying main idea and supporting details by 30% based on a September 2008 common assessment. By June 2009, students in Kindergarten through Grade 3 will have increased their knowledge of and/or will be using the following non-fiction text features (labels, photographs, captions, maps, types of print, table of content, index and glossary) to gather information and make meaning of non-fiction text as measured by a common assessment developed at each grade level. Examples: By June 2009, 75% of Kindergarten students will correctly sort 6 out of 8 fiction and non-fiction books in 2 out of 3 trials. By June 2009, 75% of Grade 1 students will name and indicate how 6 out of 8 non-fiction text features (labels, photographs, captions, maps, types of print, table of content, index and glossary) help them understand and make meaning of text as measured by an oral interview.
D EVELOPMENT OF ACTION PLANS Timelines Development of Assessments Purchasing of Resources Monitoring of Progress
SCC Members 2007-2008 Dona EA – Chair Mary Taylor-Keefe – Vice chair Peggy Drinkle – Principal Diane Chartrand – Teacher Representative Deb Bissonnette – Treasurer Kevin Regier – Secretary Brandi Roosen Stacie Noble-Wiebe *Leanne Chalk *Rachelle Wallace *Janice Bissonnette THANK YOU!
Election Of Members for 2008-2009 Returning Members for the 2 nd year of a two year term: - Kevin Regier (parent) - Mary Taylor-Keefe (parent) - Brandi Roosen (parent) - Diane Chartrand (Teacher Rep) - Peggy Drinkle (Principal) Nominated Members for a 2 year term (2010): - Dona EA (parent) - Deb Bissonnette (parent – FI) - Stacie Noble-Wiebe (parent – FI) - Darcy Richards (parent) - Shauna Lacher (parent – FI) - Tanya Bouvier-Mortensen (parent – FI)
Meeting to select SCC Executive Chairperson Vice-Chair Treasurer Secretary