Goal: All students will meet or exceed numeracy expectations for each grade level or to the student’s IEP or AIP goals.



Here's What

Click on link to relevant numeracy data (FSA Data, District Numeracy Assessment Data, Grade 10 Numeracy Assessment Data).

Other District and Provincial Performance Indicators:

  • Proficiency levels (report cards)
  • Grade to Grade Transitions
  • Aboriginal “How are We Doing?” Report
  • School Action Plan Reviews

Find out what the data means, both for our District and for our students.

So What

Links and more information to come.

What steps is the District taking to reach our goal? What are we doing to better serve our students?

Now What?

K-12 Actions:

A. Develop and implement prioritized learning standards in numeracy at each grade level in all schools.

B. Target interventions to schools that require intensive support through the District Based Team.

C. Use research and evidenced-based practice to build elaborations, resources, and strategies to support and enhance the Balanced Numeracy Guide and ensure that these are linked directly to the Teaching and Learning Framework

D. Ongoing evaluation and revision of District assessments, aligned with the Guiding Principles of Assessment, to ensure equitable access for all learners.

E. Provide ongoing professional learning that supports numeracy instruction and assessment.

F. Ensure all School Action Plans have targeted and specific actions to address numeracy learning.