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École élémentaire catholique Mgr-Jamot among the schools cited

Toronto, September 18, 2013 – Proud of its commitment to excellence, the Conseil scolaire de district catholique Centre-Sud (CSDCCS) ensures the success of a record number of pupils. This is what the 2012-2013 results of the Education Quality and Accountability Office (EQAO), released today, demonstrate. This year the CSDCCS has seen up to 92% of its students reach or surpass the provincial standards at the elementary level.

The CSDCCS results are as follows:

Percentage of CSDCCS students that have reached or surpassed the provincial standard

Reading

Writing

Mathematics

 2010-2011

2011-2012

2012-2013

2010-2011

2011-2012

2012-2013

2010-2011

2011-2012

2012-2013

 

Grade 3

 

72 %

80 %

81 %

84 %

86 %

86 %

74 %

78 %

79 %

 

Grade 6

 

84 %

90 %

92 %

83 %

86 %

88 %

83 %

83 %

82 %

The analysis of the results highlights the following points:

  • The success rate of CSDCCS students at the elementary school level has been growing steadily for the past six years, up to 17% in reading in grades 3 and 6 compared with 2007/2008. The results are all, with one exception, higher than the provincial results.
  • CSDCCS students have distinguished themselves particularly in the French language, in grade 3 as much as in grade 6, while up to 92% have reached or surpassed the provincial standards, a higher rate than ever.

« I am particularly proud of our students, as they have once again produced results that are among the best in the province », emphasized Nathalie Dufour-Séguin, CSDCCS Chair. Every day the CSDCCS places its students at the heart of its priorities and strategies, and we can now see the fruits of our labour. I would like to thank the members of the French Catholic community and the parents who acknowledge the work that is being accomplished and who continue to place their trust in us. »

« The steady improvement in the CSDCCS results of the EQAO tests is due to the leadership and hard work of all of the staff », claimed for his part Réjean Sirois, Director of Education. « I applaud the remarkable work of each one of you for the success of all of the students ».

The EQAO tests measure student achievement in reading, writing and mathematics in relation to the expectations and the content of the Ontario curriculum.

The EQAO results help school boards identify areas that need special attention in order to improve teaching and learning. The CSDCCS studies the results of its students, incorporates the analysis into its operational plan, and, for each of its schools, determines the most viable direction that will allow a more focused and better-adapted intervention suited to the needs of the students.

This year, 14 schools that use the EQAO results have been highlighted. These schools stood out through their leadership and their initiatives to help every student succeed. The CSDCCS is very proud that the École élémentaire catholique Mgr-Jamot (Peterborough) has been cited as an example this year. The report on École Élémentaire Catholique Mgr-Jamot can be found here.

Detailed information pertaining to this year’s results are available on the official EQAO website at http://www.eqao.com/.

For 24,000 students and their parents, French-language Catholic schools are the place to be! With more than 15,000 students in CSDCCS schools and another 9,000 in Conseil scolaire de district des écoles catholiques du SudOuest (CSDĒCSO schools), the French-language Catholic school system is the number one choice in South Central and South Western Ontario. CSDCCS offers a welcoming and inclusive milieu which truly reflects the Franco-Ontarian community of the 21st century. CSDCCS schools are founded on academic excellence and provide a school experience rooted in Christian values and a rich and inclusive learning environment.   

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Source:

Sébastien Lacroix
Conseiller aux communications
416-397-6564 ext. 73120
slacroix@csdccs.edu.on.ca
csdccs.edu.on.ca
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