b'Multi-Year Strategic PlanFrom January to June 2019, the LRSD communityWe detail our desired outcomes in our strategic engaged in a series of conversations aboutgoals that will guide our learning community visioning for our future. to success. These goals are the destination we are aiming to reach by the end of our four-The themes that emerged informed our renewedyear collective journey, and the MYSP will Vision and Mission and helped illuminate fourserve as our navigation system to a thriving strategic priorities that frame the Multi-Yearand flourishing future. Although the goals are Strategic Plan (MYSP) for 2019-2023. Moreover,worded to suggest a theory of change, the the collective aspirations of our community asnext step in our work as a learning community well as a multitude of conversations inspired ourwill be to develop and share the strategies efforts to identify meaningful and measurableto achieve the outcomes and the targets to strategic goals for each priority.measure achievement.STRATEGIC PRIORITIES FOR 2019-2023Our four strategic priorities parallel the quadrants of the Circle of Courage, an Indigenous inspired whole-learner framework for 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.Creating a Culture ofBELONGINGCaring and Collaboration1 GENEROSITYQUADRANTThe universal longing 4 for human bonds Creating a Culture of Creating a CultureInquiry and Responsibilityof Equity and Inclusionis cultivated by 3 1INDEPENDENCE BELONGINGrelationships of trust so QUADRANT QUADRANT2 that the child can say,I am loved. *Creating a Culture ofLearning and Well-BecomingMASTERYQUADRANT18 *Principles of the Circle of Courage: From Reclaiming Youth at Risk: Our Hope for the Future by Larry Brendtro, 19 Martin Brokenleg, and Steve Van Bockern'