Building Collaborative Culture

One of the important cornerstones of our board’s Early Years Strategy is also a logical area for us to consider as we begin our journey together: Building Collaborative Culture.

As a board, we believe that “if we enhance and grow trusting relationships among all partners and we assume collective responsibility for our children’s success and well-being then children will be well supported in all aspects of their lives”. As we begin our journey together, we need to consider how we can collectively bring this belief statement to life.

To begin building that culture, I would like to invite you to a Parent and Guardian Information Session on Thursday April 24, 2014.

An invitation will be sent home in hard copy with students who will attend Robert Munsch P.S in September 2014.  It is an opportunity for us to begin “all working together to form a shared vision of success and well being in terms of social, emotional, physical and cognitive growth to support the development of each child”.

Here are some questions for you to think about in advance of the evening:

– What matters to you as a parent or guardian for our new school?

– As a community what strengths can we bring to our school to help our students achieve?

– What opportunities may help to support student achievement and well being next year for parents and guardians?

I look forward to hearing your thoughts and seeing you on the evening of the 24th as we begin to build our collaborative culture as a school community.

Mr. Collins

2 responses to “Building Collaborative Culture

  1. Heather Marcotte

    How can I RSVP if my son does not currently go to MAPS? He will be entering junior kindergarden in the fall and we’d like to attend. Thanks!

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