District Reporting

Enhancing Student Learning

The Ministry of Education requires that Boards of Education annually report on student outcome and put systems in place to continuously improve the educational outcomes for all student and improve equity for Indigenous students, children and youth in care, and students with disabilities or diverse abilities.  These plans are submitted to the Ministry of Education for their review.  In our district, the District Plans for Student Success (previously known as Achievement Plan or Achievement Contract) are our Board’s public commitment to improving student success. They are based on information gathered at the classroom, school, district and provincial level. Our District Plans for Student Success reflect the unique characteristics, priorities and needs of our district.

Please use the links below to see the Revelstoke Board of Education’s District Plans for Student Success.

Due to the large size of some of the documents, they may have been reduced in order to post them to the website.  If you would like a printed copy of any of the documents, please contact the school board office at 250-837-2101.

Early Childhood Development Instrument (EDI)

The early development of children is profoundly important.  The quality of children’s experiences and environments across every aspect of their lives influences their lifelong health and well-being.  The EDI is administered by Kindergarten teachers to their students and provides insights into how the social, emotional, physical health and well-being, communication, language and cognitive development of children in BC is changing over time.  Below is the link to the SD19 2019/2020 report.

Middle Years Development Instrument (MDI)

 The MDI is a very important step in the understanding of the social, academic, emotional, and physical needs of children between the ages of 6 and 12.  The MDI gives children a voice to report on critical components of their development that have been found to be strongly linked to well-being, health, and academic achievement and success through the school years and in later life.  The links to the District Reports of the MDI conducted with Grade 4 and Grade 7 students  are below. 

Youth Development Instrument (YDI)

The Youth Development Instrument (YDI) follows on from the MDI and aids in understanding the social and emotional development, health, and well-being of youth 16-17 years old. 

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