Wild Rose School Division 2022-23 Annual Education Results Report
Wild Rose School Division is pleased to provide this Annual Education Results Report for the 2022-23 school year. This report provides demographic information for the Division as well as an analysis of the major outcomes, strategies and results from the 2022-23 school year. This analysis is focused on the following four domains:
- Student Growth & Achievement: Results and analysis of provincial exams, high school completion, citizenship, student engagement, literacy and numeracy.
- Teaching & Leading: Results and analysis of education quality, staff learning, staff wellbeing and Indigenous education.
- Learning Supports: Results and analysis of welcoming, caring, respectful and safe learning environments as well as access to appropriate supports and services, particularly for students with exceptional needs.
- Governance: Results and analysis of parental involvement as well as the School Board’s engagement with provincial, municipal, employee and community partners.
There were also a few big changes in 2022-23 that the Division is especially excited to share. This school year marked the start of a new initiative to increase Indigenous education to students and staff in all our schools. This included the provision of two Indigenous Education Specialists and Elder support for all our schools. The 2022-23 school year also included an increased focus on the provision of mental health supports for our students that included the hiring of additional mental health coaches and therapists. We also opened two new schools in 2022-23: Charlotte Small Elementary School in Condor and David Thompson High School in Leslieville.
Lastly, this report provides financial information for the 2022-23 school year, comparing budget to actual expenses and our audited financial statements.
For detailed results and analysis, see Wild Rose School Division 2022-23 Annual Education Results Report.
While we are proud to share the great things that happened in Wild Rose School Division last school year, we also acknowledge that there is much more work to do as we continue to move forward in our mission to create powerful learning environments and our vision for all students to experience dignity, purpose, and hope throughout their education in Wild Rose School Division.