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School Year 2015 - 2016
 Enrollment – 1468 students including 178 International students
 Grade 8 - 261
 Grade 9 - 296
...
School Year 2015 - 2016
 AP Exam Results
 85.3% scored 3 or more on the exam (Post-Sec
Credit)
 In BC it is 81.3% and G...
Provincial Scholarship Program
• This will be the last year for exam scholarships.
• Top 5000 students to receive $1250.
•...
 Personalizing learning – tapping into
student interests to help them learn
 Core competencies balanced with a solid
fou...
 All core competencies are posted now
 Created on a continuum (not by grade level)
 Communication, Thinking, & Personal...
Aligning Our Work
Fall Sports
• Girls Volleyball (Grades 8-12)
• Junior (Gr. 10) & Senior (Gr. 11/12) Boys
Volleyball
• Boys Soccer
• Swimmi...
Upcoming Events
Early Dismissal – Tuesday, Sept. 15 at 11:35am
Terry Fox Run – Friday, Sept. 18 at 10am
Clubs Day – Wed...
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Pac meeting sept. 2015

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Burnaby Mountain September 2015 Principal Update

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Pac meeting sept. 2015

  1. 1. School Year 2015 - 2016  Enrollment – 1468 students including 178 International students  Grade 8 - 261  Grade 9 - 296  Grade 10 - 291  Grade 11 - 313  Grade 12 - 306  Provincial Exam Results  Eng 12 – within range of district/provincial averages (66%)  Com 12 Exam – above district and provincial average (71%)  Eng 10 – Final marks were higher than provincial Final Marks (68.6%)  Math 10, SS 11, Sc 10 all above District and Prov. averages in the Exams and Final Marks
  2. 2. School Year 2015 - 2016  AP Exam Results  85.3% scored 3 or more on the exam (Post-Sec Credit)  In BC it is 81.3% and Globally it is 60.7  136 students wrote AP exams  51 (38%) students received recognition as AP scholars  10 are National AP Scholars (Score of 4 or higher on 5 exams, and also an avg of 4 on all exams)
  3. 3. Provincial Scholarship Program • This will be the last year for exam scholarships. • Top 5000 students to receive $1250. • New Excellence and Achievement scholarships. • Excellence - academics and community service inside and outside of school (B average) - 55 students will receive $5000. • Achievement – Top 3000 will get $1250. Based on Grad required courses. • Pathway to Education - 20 students will receive $5000. • District / Authority Scholarships still continue - 5500 awards of $1250 • Passport to Education is now phased out. • You will have 5 years to redeem from Sept. 30 of your grad year.
  4. 4.  Personalizing learning – tapping into student interests to help them learn  Core competencies balanced with a solid foundation of skills (reading, writing and math)  Applying what students have learned to real-life situations  Gaining the skills to enter post-secondary and the workforce  Strengthening the ability to compete in a global economy Curriculum, Assessment & Reporting New Curriculum - Guiding Principles
  5. 5.  All core competencies are posted now  Created on a continuum (not by grade level)  Communication, Thinking, & Personal and Social Curriculum – Core Competencies Curriculum, Assessment & Reporting
  6. 6. Aligning Our Work
  7. 7. Fall Sports • Girls Volleyball (Grades 8-12) • Junior (Gr. 10) & Senior (Gr. 11/12) Boys Volleyball • Boys Soccer • Swimming • X-Country Running
  8. 8. Upcoming Events Early Dismissal – Tuesday, Sept. 15 at 11:35am Terry Fox Run – Friday, Sept. 18 at 10am Clubs Day – Wednesday, Sept. 23 during lunch time Grade 8 Retreat –Thursday, Sept. 24 at Extreme Air Park Meet the Teacher Night – Thursday, Sept. 24 at 7pm Pro-D Day – Friday, Sept. 25 (No Classes) Fire Drill – Tuesday, Sept. 29 at 12:25pm

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