Message from Superintendent Sylvia Russell

From Sylvia Russell, Superintendent of Schools:

Supporting All Learners 2018/19

I am very pleased to present to you our Supporting All Learners annual learning report. As a school district, we rely upon the learning priorities of each school, as set out in school growth plans, to drive board-funded learning supports and structures. We now have several years of investment and focus on the four following areas identified in school growth plans: social and emotional learning, literacy, learning and assessment, and secondary innovation.

Our sustained focus on and work in these four key areas of learning have resulted in inclusionary teaching practices, new assessment tools and practices, workshops, professional development, the addition of helping teachers, new programs, and support from educational researchers. As you will see in your review of the report, the investment is beginning to reap significant and positive results for our students.

Read the Supporting All Learners 2018/19 report online at


November Curriculum Update

Please see the attached curriculum update for November:

November 2019_CURRICULUM

How to Order School Photos

Please see the following notice on ordering school photos: Ordering School Photos

Scholarships and Post-Secondary Applications Info Night

Join us on October 22nd for an information session on scholarships and post-secondary applications.

Redesigned Curriculum Update: SRT

What’s happening with this redesigned curriculum?  Download this document: October 2019_CURRICULUM  for some great information about some important aspects of what’s happening in schools!

Photo Day: September 19th

Wifi Instructions



Welcome to SRT: Grade 8 Newsletter

Welcome to SRT!  We are very excited to get to know our newest Titans!

See our newsletter: Grade 8 Summer newsletter

Grade 9-12 Summer Newsletter

Welcome back!

Please see our newsletter: Grade 9-12 summer newsletter

Mandatory Year-End Requirements

The following dates are important to note:

Double Blocks: June 17, 18, 20, 21 are MANDATORY DOUBLE BLOCKS where FINAL ASSESSMENTS worth upwards of 30% of a students’ mark will be conducted.

“I” day: June 19th is our “incomplete” day, where students who are just shy of passing a course are INVITED by teachers to attend and make up assessments. If you student is invited, and does not attend they risk FAILING THEIR COURSE.

English 12 Provincial Exam: June 24th at 9:00am is the provincial exam–please BE ON TIME–MEANING, ARRIVE WITH ENOUGH TIME TO CHECK IN AND FIND YOUR WRITING SPACE.  Students who arrive late will lose the opportunity to write, and therefore will have to write in August.

Numeracy Exams: June 25/26.  ALL GRADE 10/11 STUDENTS are REQUIRED TO TAKE NUMERACY.  It is a PROVINCIAL ASSESSMENT just like the old PROVINCIAL EXAMS.  Grade 11s are on June 25, and Grade 10s are on June 26.