W.G. Murdoch School (6-12)
Acting Principal: Garry Bell
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2011-2014 — School Education Plan (Year Two)
Quotes from Parent Advocates
“We reside in a very diverse community. The socio-economic traits are vast. We are privileged to have a school that embraces these difficult challenges. More importantly we are blessed to have an admin team and amazing teaching staff who strive for the best for every individual student. W.G. Murdoch and all its staff is an asset to our community here in Crossfield, Alberta.” Rick and Tanya C.
How do we define success for W.G. Murdoch students?
Our students realize success when they become positive and productive members of their school community. Our school staff supports our students to reach their potential in our learning community. We support our students to be involved in creating a safe and supportive learning community where they develop positive relationships. They learn to become life-long active citizens. Our students are successful when they have the confidence to accept new challenges and are engaged in the learning process. Our students are successful when they demonstrate a strong work ethic and positive social skills that facilitates creating and achieving in a caring and engaging learning community.
What makes our school good and how do we know?
W.G. Murdoch School is a good school because we work to create a supportive and caring learning community for all students and staff. We have a dedication to excellence in education and teaching. Students and staff feel comfortable and happy in the school environment. Students are growing and developing positively in many ways. Each year, we work to improve the educational quality of our school through our professional development and unwavering commitment to transform our school into a digitally rich environment in which we connect with our world, build relationships with our students and parents, and create meaningful learning for our students.