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1 School Community Councils Information Night Who Are We Division Priorities TTFM (Engagement data – Attendance data) Student First Discussions- Here Today Gone Tomorrow Sharing of Initiatives Exit Slip

2 Who are we? SECPSD is approximately square km or roughly the size of Vancouver Island We have 39 schools across this vast area (38 physical and one virtual) From Rocanville to Gladmar is 347 km one way

3 Southeast SK Demographics The population of the region is approximately 57,000 Approximately 4,000 businesses are established in the region 35% of all businesses are linked to the key industry sectors of oil and gas, agriculture, and mining and energy In 2008, tourism generated about $71.9 million in consumer spending in SE SK. The average farm size is 1,541 acres and the average total farm capital is $768,642 The average salary for an employee working in the energy sector is $58, 564 Statistics from Saskatchewan South East Enterprise Region

4 Student Population In , students were enrolled in SECPSD The enrollment for the school year is students from PK – grade 12

5 Student Demographics 413 students in SECPSD self-declared as First Nations (Approx. 5%) 366 students were in an EAL program (Approx. 4.4%) 50.1% of the student population was female 49.9% of the student population was male

6 School Structures One PreK- 5 Five PreK/K - 6 Seven PreK/K – 8 Three K – 9 Sixteen PreK/K-12 One 6-12 Two 7-12 One 7-9 One 9-12 Two 10-12

7 Who is employed by SECPSD? At the School Level 513 Teachers 3 Rural Guidance Counsellors 4 Urban Guidance Counsellors 5 Community Education Liaisons 1 Transitions Counsellor

8 Who is employed by SECPSD? At the School Level 148 Educational Assistants 52 Administrative Assistants 42 Library Technicians Bus Drivers

9 Who is employed by SECPSD? Inter- professional Team 8 Speech and Language Pathologists 19 Student Services Counsellors 2 Occupational Therapists 3 Educational Psychologists

10 Who is employed by SECPSD? Learning Support Team 17 Consultants 6 Coordinators 5 Senior Leadership Positions dedicated to Learning Support

11 Strategic Plan Alignment Sector Plan Four Year Plan School Plan

12 Four Year Plan, Mathematics 1.1 Students in SECPSD will perform at or significantly above the provincial level in all grade levels at all standards of achievement in mathematics, that are measured by provincial assessment standards, by the end of the school year.

13 Four Year Plan, Early Learning 2.1 By June 2017, students will move seamlessly from school entrance through grade three with minimal disruption to their social and academic progress. 2.2 By June 2017, Fewer than 10% of students entering Kindergarten will scored as vulnerable (below the 10th percentile) in the domain of Language and Cognitive Development as measured by the Early Development Instrument (EDI). Indicators will report on two of the four subdomains.

14 Four Year Plan, Early Learning 2.3 By June 2017, 70% of grade 3 students will be reading at Fountas & Pinnell's Level O by the spring reading assessment as measured by AIMSweb R-CBM. By June 2020, 80% of grade 3 students will be reading at Level O. 2.4 By June 2017, fewer than 10% of children entering Kindergarten will score vulnerable (below the 10th percentile) in the domain of Emotional Maturity as measured on the Early Development Instrument (EDI).

15 Four Year Plan, Early Learning 2.5 By June 2020, 90% of students exiting Kindergarten will score within the appropriate range in four of the five domains as measured by Early Years Evaluation (EYE) 2.6 By June 2020, 90% of students exiting Kindergarten will score in the appropriate range in the Language and Communication domain as measured by the EYE-TA.

16 Four Year Plan, Graduation Rates 3.1 By 2017, the three-year graduation rate for SECPSD students, excluding students who are enrolled in Alt. Ed or FIP in their grade 10 year, will have increased from the 2012 measure of 83% to at least 90% as measured and reported by the Persistence Rates Table in the Saskatchewan Core Indicators.

17 Connection to the School Division Priorities Connection to the School Division PrioritiesSCHOOLCOMMUNITY COUNCILS For each of the priorities, there will be at least three levels of consideration:  Share information with School Community Councils to enhance their knowledge and understanding;  School Community Councils participate with the school to develop school based strategies to achieve school division goals;  School Community Councils develop community based supports for the agreed upon school goals.

18 Advisory Role ADVICE ON EDUCATIONAL PROGRAMS Councils will provide advice through their jointly developed Learning Improvement Plan The interest of ALL children must be taken into consideration and Special Advocacy Groups should not detract from the learning for all students Discussion of concerns about individual students or staff are not the role of the SCC, but should be referred to the principal.SCHOOLCOMMUNITY COUNCILS

19 Tell Them From Me Surveys Is conducted yearly in Saskatchewan Schools at the grades 4 to 12 level It gives the students an opportunity to provide feedback to schools anonymously

20 Tell them from me – sense of belonging

21 Tell them from me – Feeling Safe Attending School

22 Tell them from me – Interest & Motivation

23 Absentee Rates

24 Student First In 2013 the Ministry of Education initiated a province-wide engagement process to gather feedback from students, parents/caregivers, teachers and the broader educational community The purpose was to provide a resource to support the sector plan

25 One Profile Here Today –Gone Tomorrow – Focus student attendance – Data indicates a drop in attendance as students enter higher grades – Students, parents/caregivers, and teachers all recognized a need for improved attendance

26 Here Today- Gone Tomorrow 1. For Discussion: Action on the Ground 2. Sharing of Ideas

27 Sharing of Initiatives 1. Small group sharing 2. Sharing with the larger group

28 Good Night Questions A Note out the Door


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