To review the Division's Combined Annual Education Results Report and Three Year Plan, along with the AERR and Three Year Plan Summary, please visit the link below:
All schools in Lethbridge School Division follow the Programs of Study that are created by Alberta Education. Teachers use a variety of methodologies to engage students and further their understanding of curricular objectives and meet their diverse needs.
If you have questions about Curriculum, please contact the Director of Curriculum, Erin Hurkett, at email@example.com. For more information, please see the following link:
Lethbridge School Division recognizes literacy is a core foundation for learning and achievement across all subject areas. Students must be able to communicate their ideas and understand those of others through oral communication, reading, writing and media literacy. Some of the work being done in schools to support the literacy development of our students includes supporting the implementation of reading and writing workshop models of instruction, use of literacy strategies in all subject disciplines, and professional learning for teachers, so that they have a toolbox to draw on when working with their students.
Lethbridge School Division, through the Indigenous Education program, continues to assist Division schools to be responsive to the needs of Indigenous students. The Indigenous Education program has taken a leadership role in southern Alberta in the development of "Best Practices" in urban Indigenous Education with its wide variety of programming and community partnerships within Lethbridge School Division schools with an increasingly culturally relevant education and learning atmosphere. Learn more here: