The Division considers resource stewardship as an enduring priority. School divisions must increasingly meet the demands of society while remaining mindfully vigilant with limited resources. Student success and well-being depend on fiscal responsibility to ensure that success and well-being can remain the focus of our educational programming into the foreseeable future.
The Division engages the Lead Team of school administrators to determine, through consensus, the most effective and equitable formula for determining school funding. Parkland School Division implements distributed decision making. When considering planning, it is in the best interest of the Division to ensure that individuals who have critical knowledge and expertise about a certain activity are best suited to make the necessary decisions on how to achieve the goal and objectives for that activity.
In support of the Ultimate Goal of Student Success and Well-Being, each of the targeted three-year goals for education identifies enduring priority outcomes related to resource stewardship.
Distributed Decision-Making Belief
Decision-Making Guiding Principles