b'Multi-Year Strategic PlanIn the 2018-2019 school year, the LRSD community engaged in a series of conversations about visioning for our future. The themes that emerged informed our renewed Vision and Mission and helped illuminate four strategic priorities that frame the Multi-Year Strategic Plan (MYSP) for 2019-2023. Moreover, the collective aspirations of our community as well as a multitude of conversations inspired our efforts to identify meaningful and measurable strategic goals for each priority.Our four strategic priorities parallel the quadrants of the Circle of Courage, an Indigenous inspired whole-learner frameworkfor a holistic learning journey that incorporates concepts of Belonging, Mastery, Independence and Generosity. These values are consistent with the landmark study by Stanley Coopersmith who identified these four foundations of self-worth.GenerositySince the release of the MYSP in 2019, each of the stories STRATEGIC PRIORITY 4: in LRSDs Annual Report to Creating a Culture of Caringthe Community (ARC) have been categorized by one and Collaborationof the four quadrants. This year, readers will notice that we have Independence Belonging deviated from our typical ARC structure and removed that categorization. This is STRATEGIC PRIORITY 3: STRATEGIC PRIORITY 1: purposeful. Reflecting Creating a Culture of InquiryCreating a Culture of Equityon the past year and and Responsibilityand Inclusionmoving into the final year of the current MYSP, it is clear that our strategic priorities have Mastery become a foundation for the actions we take, and elements of each quadrant STRATEGIC PRIORITY 2: can be found within everything we do. Creating a Culture of Learning and Well-Becoming 20'