Online engagement dates

Each year, as part of a continuous improvement cycle, Rocky Mountain School District develops an operational plan that outlines the goals and strategies that will be the focus of the work for the upcoming year. This plan is guided by the current 4-year strategic plan using a variety of student data as the foundation for decision making, schools develop school success plans that identifies targets for improving student learning.

Join the District online to hear more about the draft 2024-25 Operational Plan.

April 30 at 10-11am

May 1 at 7-8pm

May 10 at 1-2pm

For more information and meeting link

Rocky Mountain School District No. 6

Posted on Feb 7, 2022

Crystal MacLeod has been in education since 1993 and started with SD6 in 2007. Crystal’s teaching experiences span from K-12 and include being a classroom teacher, learning assistance teacher, and English Language Learner (ELL) teacher. She has also been an administrator at all grade levels and has first-hand knowledge of the journey that students and families take from Kindergarten through Grade 12. As a mother of five, Crystal knows the importance of the early years and has always had a passion and appreciation for this transformative time in a family’s life. She understands the difference that early interventions and/or supports can make.

Crystal has been very busy in her first year in her new role. 

  • She has shared the Childhood Experiences Questionnaire (CHEQ) and Early Developmental Index (EDI) reports with principals and vice principals at each school and with community partners. She has provided support to school teams in identifying three action items from the CHEQ and EDI reports.
  • She continues to strengthen our ties with our StrongStart, Columbia Basin Alliance for Literacy (CBAL), Columbia Basin Environment Education Network (CBEEN), and other early years community partners across the district.
  • She has been working hard at promoting a new dual credit Early Childhood Educator program with College of the Rockies.
  • She is facilitating the provincial Changing Results for Young Children (CR4YC) project as well as a Kindergarten – Early Childhood Education (ECE) Collaboration project involving 15 Kindergarten teachers and 16 ECEs from across the district.

In 2023, child care will come under the Ministry of Education umbrella.  As part of this transition, Crystal has been engaged in foundational work with our early years partners.  She is excited about what 2023 will look like and is grateful for the opportunity to be a part of this change.