||Peace Wapiti School Board
Annual Education Results Report 2002
Message from chairman
Message from superintendent
2001-2002 Student Count
Goal 1: Standards
Goal 2: Responsive
Goal 3: Supportive
Goal 4: Teaching
Goal 5: Technology
Goal 6: Accountable
Achievement exam results
Grade 3 exam results
Grade 6 exam results
Grade 9 exam results
Diploma exam results
AISI funded projects
Early Literacy Initiative
English as a Second Language
Student Health Program
Capital Plan for 2002-2005
Complete Report in PDF Format
Learning Goal 5: Information technology is integrated into education to
enhance student learning, and increase efficiency and flexibility of delivery.
Corresponding Peace Wapiti School Board Goals:
Parents show high satisfaction
with their children's skills in using computers (84.3% in 2002 compared
to 85.4% in 2001and 82.8% in 2000). Grade 12 students report 74.3%
(compared to 69.0% in 2001and 64.8% in 2000) satisfaction with their
computer skills. Asked how much high school is improving their computer
skills, 26.7% of Grade 12 students indicate "a lot," 47.3% say "some,"
and 26.0% claim "very little." This compares with last year when 22.2%
of Grade 12 students indicate "a lot," 48.1% say "some," and 29.6% claim
"very little." In 2002 82.5% of Grade 12 students claimed to have had access
to computers three or more times per week. In 2002 70.8% of Grade 9 students
indicated they were satisfied with their computer skills while 75.2% of
Grade 6 students indicated they were satisfied with their computer skills.
to look at survey results for all students.
Technology Plan Update
Administrative hardware and software has been upgraded in all of Peace Wapiti schools and department offices. The intent is to maintain the status quo for the next few years or until such time as change is required.
AISI funding has been used to assist with Information and Communication Technology (ICT) implementation. This project is intended to facilitate the implementation of the ICT program through providing an additional staff allocation to allow time for lead teachers to in-service staff. A Teaching Assistant Technology Support component has been added.
The Peace Academy of Virtual Education (PAVE) program was expanded to include grade eleven course offerings. This will be extended to include grade twelve in 2002/2003.
Student satisfaction with access to computers has not changed significantly over the past 3 years. This is a matter of some concern to Administration. Efforts will be made to implement strategies to address this.