The Board of Trustees from Grande Yellowhead Public School Division (GYPSD) was reviewing the school facilities in Wildwood and Evansburg. We invited our communities and families to learn more about the process and to provide valuable input on how we can provide the best learning environments and educational programs for our students in Evansburg and Wildwood.
The division was proud to host community engagement sessions in both Evansburg and Wildwood in June 2018, to gather input from our communities, as well as share some information about the facility review process. A summary of input received from these engagement sessions is now available. On behalf of the Board of Trustees, we sincerely thank everyone who has shared their voice with the division on this review. If you wish to receive further information on this process via email, please forward your request to email@example.com and we will ensure to include you in our community distribution list.
Click here to read the Summary Report
Click here to read the information collected on flipcharts
Click here to read the information from feedback forms
Click here to read the online survey results collected after the June sessions.
HANDS-ON WORKSHOP: Thursday, September 13 at Wildwood Community Hall from 6-9 p.m.
The public from Evansburg, Wildwood and surrounding areas were invited to participate in a hands-on, three-hour workshop to provide their input on decision criteria and options that should be considered by GYPSD’s Board of Trustees when they decide on revisions to the current Capital Plan. Let us know what is important to you and what school facility options you want to be considered. Participants were asked to pre-register to ensure we had sufficient materials and snacks for everyone!
DROP-IN SESSIONS: Sept. 19 at Grand Trunk High School in Evansburg and Sept. 20 at Wildwood School
The public was invited to drop-in any time between 4 and 8 p.m. on either day to review and provide an evaluation on the facility options being considered. Your input on the options is important to us.
Please read or download a copy of the updated decision criteria document to assist you in completing the survey.
The online survey was open between September 19th and 22nd for those who were unable to attend in person but wish to share their thoughts on the options presented.
Updated Decision Criteria - listed in alphabetical order
UPDATED FACILITY REVIEW OPTIONS POSTERS (IN ALPHABETICAL ORDER):
SPECIAL PUBLIC BOARD MEETING: Sept. 27 at 10 a.m. at the Joe Wynne Branch 51 Royal Canadian Legion in Edson
GYPSD’s Board of Trustees reviewed all community input received through the workshop, drop-in sessions, and the online survey. A special board meeting was held on Thursday, September 27th to discuss this feedback, and the board aproved a revision to the Three-Year Capital Plan (2019-2022). This meeting was open to the public and was held at the Joe Wynne Branch #51 Royal Canadian Legion in Edson.
Final Community Engagement Report, by Gay Robinson
Appendix 1: Hands-On Community Workshop Input
Appendix 2: Staff Workshop Input
Appendix 3: Student Engagement Sessions Input
Appendix 4: Drop-In Review Sessions - Option Evaluations Input