“We want to ensure our teachers have all the skills they need to implement the new curriculum. It is not a challenge, but something we have to be aware of moving forward.”
CANMORE – After nearly three years of being impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic, Canadian Rockies Public Schools (CRPS) is looking ahead to the 2023 calendar year.
CRPS superintendent Chris MacPhee said there is a lot on the table for the coming year.
“One of the major focuses in the new year is to address the learning losses that accumulated during the pandemic,” he said.
In the new year, the hope is the energy from the start of the school year – the first regular school year since the pandemic – will continue.
“We noticed an energy level in our schools that still we can feel today when you walk in the building,” MacPhee said. “It was phenomenal. At the start of the school year in…