School reviews may be used to assist in the establishment and maintenance of appropriate instructional, program and management standards that contribute to a high level of student development and achievement in a school.
- The Superintendent has the primary responsibility for the supervision and evaluation of all schools in the Division.
- The review of the school will focus on the following:
- The suitability of goals, objectives and procedures;
- The efficiency of the delivery system to achieve the goals, objectives and procedures; and
- The results achieved.
- A review of a school may be conducted by review teams composed of:
- Alberta Education personnel;
- Division personnel;
- Invited personnel from other school systems; or
- University personnel.
- The Superintendent may request Alberta Education to conduct a school review, either in cooperation with the Division, or as an independent evaluator.
- The review may include a review of stakeholder satisfaction, student success, facility adequacy, program quality, support services or any other factor deemed necessary.
- The Principal shall, within sixty (60) calendar days of the receipt of the review report, provide a written action plan which effectively addresses the recommendations contained in the review report. The Superintendent will develop the format of the action plans.