In keeping with the Government of Ontario's Broader Sector Business Documents Directive, the following links offer public access to the key business plans of the Upper Canada District School Board (UCDSB).
Board Improvement Plan for Student Achievement - November 2016
At the UCDSB, we believe that if we establish, a consistent, equitable, and intentional culture of well-being and inclusivity in all of our schools, then all students will develop enhanced mental and physical health, a positive sense of belonging, the skills to make positive choices, and increase student achievement.
Special Education Plan
Each year the board reviews and updates a Special Education Plan about delivery of Programs and Services in the board. The plan is written to inform the Ministry of Education and the public about special education programs and services that are provided by the board in accordance with legislation and ministry policy on special education.
It is also a forward-looking document that outlines initiatives that can be undertaken to continue our efforts to improve the quality of our special education programs and services
Audited Financial Statements
This link will direct you to the current and previous year's UCDSB financial statements.
Director's Annual Report
The 2015-16 Director's Annual Report, entitled "Achieving Together, Leading and Learning for All," details the success of the board in meeting its four strategic priorities of achieving excellence, ensuring equity, promoting well-being and enhancing public confidence in the district.
This link will direct you to current and previous year's UCDSB budget statements. This includes board meeting agenda items, attachments, presentations and motions.
Learn about the UCDSB's strategic plan which is the foundation on which every system leader can build capacity in his or her school or department to meet the needs of all. This plan includes specific focus areas: communications, resources, educational programs and wellness.
Accessibility & Feedback
The UCDSB has an opportunity to provide leadership by making the provisions of the Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act, 2005 work for all Ontarians. Visit the above link to learn more.
Page created January 2016 - Updated March 2017