All stakeholders create a culture of learning so that students come first.

Friday, Jun 23, 2017 - 06:57:34


The success of each individual student is critically important to all of us here at the Keewatin-Patricia District School Board.  The Ministry of Education’s Student Success Strategy is about “reaching every student”, by providing expanded options for students in Grade 7-12 and providing the necessary supports and interventions to ensure that students are successful.  This strategy is built within the Board on four pillars of student success - literacy skills, numeracy skills, pathways and further developing a culture of community and caring within our schools.

Below are some examples and links of what we are doing here in KPDSB to support student success.

Pathways - More Ways to Succeed in High School

  • Specialist High Skills Major Programs
  • Ontario Youth Apprenticeship Program
  • Passport to Prosperity
  • MyBlueprintPlanner for Student and Parents
  • Expanded course offerings in many schools (aboriginal education, outdoor education, student leadership programming)
  • Good Job

Expanded Alternative Education

  • Day School Alternative Education (Connections)
  • Parents at Secondary Schools (PASS) Program
  • Urban Aboriginal Program
  • Outreach and specialized student programming
  • E-Learning

A Community of Culture and Caring

  • Capturing and responding to student voice
  • Tell Them from Me student surveys
  • Student Voice Projects
  • Aboriginal Voices Project
  • Student Leadership Programs and Supports
  • School Support Teams
  •  Principal/Vice-Principal, guidance counselor, student success teacher and teachers supporting struggling students
  • Ongoing support and assistance for all students
  • School Transition – Elementary to Secondary - Transition activities and supports for students moving to secondary school