b'20 2019-2020 | ANNUAL REPORT 2019-2020 | ANNUAL REPORT 21PLANNING FOR THE FUTURE BELONGINGIn 2019, 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 our 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. There areThe universal longing for human bonds is cultivated by relationships of trust desired outcomes detailed in each strategic goal that we are using to inform and guide our collective efforts as we move forward. We feel confident that the four-year journey our MYSP is taking us on will result in a thriving and flourishingso that the child can say, I am loved. *future that every student, staff and community member can celebrate.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 thesefour foundations of self-worth.Creating a Culture of Caring and CollaborationGENEROSITYQUADRANT4Creating a Culture of Creating a CultureInquiry and Responsibilityof Equity and Inclusion 3 1INDEPENDENCE BELONGINGQUADRANT QUADRANT2Creating a Culture ofLearning and Well-BecomingMASTERYQUADRANT* Principles of the Circle of Courage: From Reclaiming Youth at Risk: Our Hope for the Future by Larry Brendtro, Martin Brokenleg, and Steve Van Bockern'