Alberta Education recently released the 2014-2015 results for provincial achievement tests and diplomas as well as the results of surveys administered to parents, students and staff in the spring of 2015. A summary of the Overall Accountability Pillar Results for release to the media was presented at the Board of Trustees' meeting on October 14. St. Paul Education is pleased with the overall results as several areas have shown improvement over the past number of years. Specific areas have also been identified for further analysis and review. To view the complete media release, click here.
On Friday, October 9 staff of St. Paul Education gathered at St. Paul Regional High School for a day of learning sponsored jointly by the St. Paul Alberta Teachers' Association Local and St. Paul Education. Staff chose from a variety of topics such as cyber bullying, technology in the classroom, assessment, and self-regulation techniques for students.
St. Paul Education is pleased to provide an update on the Ashmont replacement school scheduled to be completed in 2017. As stated by Board Chairperson Heather Starosielski, "The Board is delighted with the progress to date and looks forward to a new school that will provide a positive educational experience for students and staff and will incorporate educational best practices". View the complete Press Release.
St. Paul Education will host its Annual Division Pow Wow on September 18, 2015 in the Frog Lake First Nations Pow Wow Arbor. This one-day event is a smaller scale of a regular three day Traditional Pow Wow. Opening prayers begin at 10:00 a.m., followed by the grand entry, dance competition, and intertribal dance. A special elder recognition ceremony and giveaway will be held at 1:00 p.m. and the activities close at 2:30 p.m. All parents, community members and dancers are invited to attend.
Pictured to the right are trustees, community members and SPERD officials at a planning meeting in the Frog Lake Arbor on September 8.
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