Board Highlights - March 20, 2018

March 23

2019-2022 Capital Plan

 The Board reviewed and approved the 2019-2022 Capital Plan with the number one priority being the corridor area plan, which consists of the demolition of David Thompson High School, remediation of the sewage lagoon, the modernization of Leslieville Elementary School to a high school and the modular additions to Condor Elementary.  They also approved the investigation into the connecting link for the modular additions.

 Edwin Parr Award Nomination

 The Board of Trustees met nominee Aleta Mason, the Wild Rose School Division representative for the Edwin Parr award.

 Evergreen School Update

 Trustees reviewed building plans for the new school being built, as well as a map showing the new location on the old site.

 International Field Trips

 Trustees agreed that there was value in supporting international field trips, but requested more information from all stakeholders, including CAAMSE, ATA and parent councils.

 Board Meeting Start Times

 The Board approved a motion to change the start time of all regular board meetings to 9:30 am instead of 9:00 am.

 Superintendent’s Report 

  • First Nations, Metis & Inuit Collaboration
  • Corridor Schools Value Management
  • Evergreen Elementary School Replacement School Update
  • 2018-2019 Staffing Allocations
  • Secretary Treasurer search
  • WRAP Around Support Teams
  • French Immersion - Drayton Valley

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