SD8 Strategic Plan

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Starting point

SD8 is renewing its strategic plan. The plan will set the mission, vision, goals and priorities for the Board of Education and staff for the next five years from 2024 through 2029. Engage with us by sharing your ideas in our Ideas section, voting for ideas you like, or if you prefer, completing the Survey.

Our engagement process reflects SD8's mandate for public education as outlined in the Statement of Education Policy Order, the Framework for Enhancing Student Learning Policy, and the Declaration of the Rights of Indigenous Peoples Act. You can find out more about our mandate from the Province as well as important information about how students are learning and teachers are teaching now, in our Project Documents and Important Links sections on this page.

The strategic plan will serve as a road map to ensure all partners in K-12 education work together so that all learners are enabled to develop their individual potential and acquire the knowledge, skills and attitudes to be successful.

Engaging with our partners - Upcoming Community Engagement Sessions

In addition to inviting you to engage here - SD8 is holding 6 in-person community engagement sessions and 1 live, public webinar. Check out Key Dates on this project page.

In each phase of the engagement, SD8 will keep partners informed, listen to and acknowledge concerns and aspirations, and provide feedback on how partner input influenced the strategic plan.

Thanks for participating!

Share your ideas!

Starting point

SD8 is renewing its strategic plan. The plan will set the mission, vision, goals and priorities for the Board of Education and staff for the next five years from 2024 through 2029. Engage with us by sharing your ideas in our Ideas section, voting for ideas you like, or if you prefer, completing the Survey.

Our engagement process reflects SD8's mandate for public education as outlined in the Statement of Education Policy Order, the Framework for Enhancing Student Learning Policy, and the Declaration of the Rights of Indigenous Peoples Act. You can find out more about our mandate from the Province as well as important information about how students are learning and teachers are teaching now, in our Project Documents and Important Links sections on this page.

The strategic plan will serve as a road map to ensure all partners in K-12 education work together so that all learners are enabled to develop their individual potential and acquire the knowledge, skills and attitudes to be successful.

Engaging with our partners - Upcoming Community Engagement Sessions

In addition to inviting you to engage here - SD8 is holding 6 in-person community engagement sessions and 1 live, public webinar. Check out Key Dates on this project page.

In each phase of the engagement, SD8 will keep partners informed, listen to and acknowledge concerns and aspirations, and provide feedback on how partner input influenced the strategic plan.

Thanks for participating!

  • This survey is one of several tools and approaches SD8 will use to engage our partners to inform the 2024-2029 Strategic Plan. The survey asks four strategic questions and will take an estimated 10 to 30 minutes to complete, depending upon the depth of responses that participants wish to provide. 

    Survey responses are anonymous, and information provided will be used only to inform the SD8 strategic plan. 

    Participants are also asked two demographic questions at the outset of the survey to help SD8 understand more about the level of participation from our partners in education and our families of schools. You have an option not to answer these questions if you prefer.

    Use the Question and Comment tool on the project page to find our more or provide further information. 

    Thanks for participating! 

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