Divisional Priorities, Plans and Publications
Elk Island Catholic Schools Divisional Priorities, Plans and Publications
Elk Island Catholic Schools is committed to continued growth and optimal student learning. An Assurance Model for educational planning represents that the Elk Island Catholic School Board of Trustees is committed to determining the level of confidence of the stakeholders in the educational system by developing clear goals, outcomes, and strategies. Assurance provides the framework for the Elk Island Catholic School Division (EICS) to continue to maintain close alignment with the direction and goals of the Ministry’s Alberta Education Business Plan 2018-2021 with a stronger focus on being responsive and aligned to the needs of the Division’s school communities.
The Annual Education Results Report for the 2017-2018 school year and the 2018-2019 Education Plan for the four years commencing September 1, 2018 for Elk Island Catholic School Division (EICS) were prepared under the direction of the EICS Board of Trustees in accordance with its responsibilities under the School Act and the Fiscal Planning and Transparency Act. As we continue to be an Assurance Model pilot division, the report and plan are formed within the context of the priorities document prepared by the division in conjunction with stakeholders as part of our engagement processes. The reporting structure is provided through the division and school dashboards as presented through the division website indicated by the links below.
Additionally, the information and documentation contained within the EICS website were developed in the context of the provincial government’s business and fiscal plans. The EICS Board of Trustees has used the results reported in the assurance plans and reports to develop the EICS Assurance Education 2018-2022 and is committed to implementing the strategies identified to achieve the four goals to improve student learning.
The EICS Board of Trustees approves the reports, plans, and dashboard as part of the Superintendent report at the public board meetings. The EICS Assurance Education Plan for 2018-2022 was finalized and approved on May 30, 2018 at the public board meeting.
The EICS Board of Trustees approved an engagement plan for the 2018-2019 school year that included full stakeholder and educational partner engagement through surveys, school community meetings, and public engagement meetings. The results of the engagement are the basis of the division priorities outlined in the EICS Assurance Plan for the next four years commencing September 2018 to June of 2022.
The following links are provided for navigating the various reports contained within the EICS website as part of the division commitment to clearly communicate the results, plans and provide transparency to all stakeholders.
The following links are provided for navigating to the various reports contained within this website as part of our commitment to clearly communicate our results, our plans, and provide transparency to all stakeholders.
Class Size Reports – can also be found on dashboard
Capital Plan for the division
AFS for year ending August 31, 2011
AFS for year ending August 31, 2012
AFS for year ending August 31, 2013
AFS for year ending August 31, 2014
AFS for year ending August 31, 2015
AFS for year ending August 31, 2016
AFS for year ending August 31, 2017
AFS for year ending August 31, 2018
AFS for year ending August 31, 2019