Vision, Mission, Values & Priorities
Parkland School Division, and all of our schools, are committed to acting on our new vision, mission and foundational statements. These new statements, which emphasize student success and well-being, reflect the future-focused and innovative organization that we are today.
Our students possess the confidence, resilience, insight and skills required to thrive in and positively impact the world.
We assure supportive learning environments, meaningful experiences and healthy relationships that create opportunities to develop resilience, to gain diversity in perspectives and to achieve enduring success.
Our Ultimate Goal is Student Success and Well-Being.
We therefore value:
- Learning opportunities that are:
- Excellence in achievement
- Trustworthy, respectful relationships
- Resilience with self-awareness
Our Community Report
Our Community Report is a valuable resource that provides an effective overview of annual highlights, while showcasing results in core priority areas, and sharing a financial summary. Click on the image below to view the report.
Ultimate Goal: Student Success and Well-Being
Students will be encouraged to explore, create, imagine and engage in lifelong learning as they develop their skills/competencies to prepare to enter the world of post-secondary studies or work.
The Division believes that student success is closely linked to student well-being and the development of social-emotional assets that build resiliency, and is therefore committed to the development of the whole child at all levels of their education.
Our Education Plan establishes strategic processes (enduring priorities) that are considered in the generation of strategies (forward-thinking actionable plans). These strategies enable us to demonstrate growth toward our intended outcomes.
We attend to these Priorities:
- Inspired Exploration
- Connected Community
- Confident Resilience
- Meaningful Engagement
- Wellness Culture
- Resource Stewardship
For more information contact:
The Division Office