Every year, the provincial government gives PHPS a report card to let us know how we are doing in 15 key areas. As part of this process the department of education surveys parents, students and teachers at community schools. Find out how we did last year in the AERR Summary Report.
This priority speaks to our school board’s goal of having all participants in the education system Engaged in Learning. When teachers, staff, administration, parents and the community commit to building welcoming, caring, respectful and safe learning environments, students will be engaged.
Success for ALL Students
Acknowledging the diversity of the students we serve, our school board wants every student to succeed to the best of their ability and individual needs.This priority speaks to our commitment to addressing students’ wellbeing. Our strategies support students in inclusive learning environments in our rural communities. This priority honors what we learned from students, who told us that learners need to be: Focused, Engaged, Intentional, Capable, Determined, Confident, Curious, Positive and Proud.
See the division and school education plans and related reports below.
Alberta Distance Learning Centre
|ADLC Three Year Education Plan / AERR||Download|
Pembina Hills Public Schools
|PHPS Three Year Education Plan / AERR||Download|
|AERR Summary report||Download|
|Performance measure results||Download|
|Average Class Size – Core subjects||Download|
|Average Class Size – All subjects||Download|
|École Westlock Elementary School||Download|
|École Barrhead Elementary School||Download|
|Barrhead Composite High School||Download|
|Eleanor Hall School||Download|
|Fort Assiniboine School||Download|
|Neerlandia Public Christian School||Download|
|Pembina North Community School||Download|
|R. F. Staples Secondary School||Download|
|Swan Hills School||Download|