Several friends suggested it, so I considered it, and decided that I had a skillset that would be useful in improving student success.
Low graduation rates and poor preparedness for post-secondary and trades education.
After engaging with the various community stakeholders and parents; policies, long-range plans, and the budget, are put together by the board to meet the needs and values of the communities and parents. Trustees are accountable to their communities.
I am 100 per cent in favour of teaching respect and dignity for all regardless of any distinction. As I have been talking with people, I have been hearing some concerns with how SOGI is being taught, so these concerns need to be respectfully addressed and solutions found that satisfy our legislation.
By looking around the province for solutions that have worked elsewhere and working collaboratively and innovatively with other stakeholders.
How about three? 1. No school fees for classroom supplies, awards, co-curricular, and extra-curricular sports, and arts, sponsored by the school. 2.A program that would bring seniors and students together. 3. An outdoor classroom trial
I am the only one that has written a child, youth and vulnerable protection policy. The research required to write the policy has made me very aware of how much children need our protection.
People will go where they feel able to contribute and where they feel properly supported. As imrovements are made to parent engagement and community engagement, there should be greater job satisfaction. We could look into shorter certification periods for some teachers, and more pay for teacher specialists. I am certain more pay wouldn’t hurt.
I would work hard during the next provincial election to make sure that funding for the north increases.