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Strategic Plan

MVSD 2022-2023 Division Plan


Keeping Learners at the Centre


On Monday, September 12, 2022 the Mountain View School Division Board of Trustees approved an annual divisional plan for the 2022-2023 school year.
The 2022-2023 Division Plan provides direction and strengthens Mountain View School Division’s commitment to continuous improvement in student achievement and staff effectiveness. This Plan is another one-year Plan, as was the 2021-2022 Division Plan.  Due to the limitations of the COVID-19 Pandemic, a multi-year planning process was not able to be undertaken.  The intent is to resume a multi-year planning process in the Spring of 2023 to inform the next three to five school years. 
In pursuit of the Division’s mission and vision, Mountain View School Division approved the following strategic directions and focus areas for 2022-2023:
     1.  Student Learning
Credit Attainment
     2. Student Well-Being
Safe and Caring Schools
Student Voice
Indigenous Education
Mental Health and Wellness

Each of the focus areas include a goal statement, rationale, data collection and monitoring tools and action plans. The plan may be viewed in detail by clicking on the following link: MVSD 2022-2023 Division Plan
2022-2023 Division Plan
It is important to note that the Division Plan is a “living” document and the strategies are updated by division staff, parents, students, and the education community through the structures created in the planning cycle.  Senior Administration incorporates updates and modifications in the planning documents and brings forward to the Board of Trustees, as required.  As the Division continues to implement, evaluate and revise its strategic plan, it will continue to foster a climate for growth and improvement, recognizing the tremendous responsibility of educating all children.
MVSD 2021-2022 Division Plan
The 2021-2022 Division Plan emphasized recovery learning, student well-being and safe and caring schools as we continued to navigate the pandemic. The one-year plan was intended to be flexible and designed to be adjusted as the learning conditions changed throughout the school year.