Intellectual Development

Evidence of Learning

Literacy

Educational Outcome 1: Students will meet or exceed literacy expectations for each grade level.

Measure 1.1:  Current year and 3-year trend for the number and percentage of students in grades 4 and 7 on-track or extending literacy expectations as specified in provincial assessments.

Measure 1.2: Current year and 3-year trend for the number and percentage of students proficient or extending literacy expectations as specified in the Grade 10 literacy assessments.

Early Development Instrument(EDI): Percentage of Kindergarten students vulnerable in language and communication skills.

Report Card Data:

Foundation Skills Assessment:

Student Learning Survey:

Grade 10 Provincial Literacy Assessment: Current year and 3-year trend for the number and percentage of students who scored proficient or extending as specified in the Grade 10 literacy assessment

Student Performance and Achievement Trends in Literacy:


Numeracy

Educational Outcome 2: Students will meet or exceed numeracy expectations for each grade level.

Measure 2.1: Current year and 3-year trend for the number and percentage of students in Grades 4 and 7 on track or extending numeracy expectations as specified in provincial assessments.

Measure 2.2: Current year and 3-year trend for the number and percentage of students proficient or extending numeracy expectations as specified in the Grade 10 numeracy assessments.

Report Card Data:

Foundation Skills Assessment:

Grade 10 Provincial Numeracy Assessment: Current year and 3-year trend for the number and percentage of students proficient or extending in numeracy expectations as specified in the Grade 10 numeracy assessments.

Student Performance and Achievement Trends in Numeracy:


Human and Social Development

Educational Outcome 3: Students will feel welcome, safe and connected to their school.

Measure 3.1: Number and percentage of students in Grades 4, 7, and 10 who feel welcome, safe, and have a sense of belonging in their school.

Student Learning Surveys - "Do you feel welcome at school?"

Student Learning Surveys - "Do you feel safe at school?"

Student Learning Surveys - "How many adults at your school care about you?"

Measure 3.3: Middle Years Development Instrument (MDI) (Connected, Safe, Welcome) and Measure 3.1: Percentage of students in grades 4 and 7 who feel welcome and safe at school, who have a sense
of belonging in their school, and who believe there are adults at school care about them. The MDI is completed every 3 years.

Summary of Key Findings


Transitions and Career Development

Grade-to-Grade Transitions

Measure 2.3: Number and percentage of students who are completing grade-to-grade transitions on time.

Educational Outcome 4: Students Will Graduate

Measure 4.1: Number and percentage of resident students who achieved a BC Certificate of Graduation Dogwood Diploma within 5 years of starting Grade 8.

Educational Outcome 5: Students will have the core competencies to achieve their career and life goals.

Measure 5.1: Number and percentage of students transitioning to Canadian post-secondary institutions within 1 and 3 years

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