b'4 2019-2020 | ANNUAL REPORT 2019-2020 | ANNUAL REPORT 5OUR TREATYACKNOWLEDGEMENTOUR VISIONOur Vision is for all members of our community to excel as THE LOUIS RIEL SCHOOL DIVISIONcaring, confident, capable, and resilient life-long learners who ACKNOWLEDGES THE LAND ON WHICHcontribute to a democratic and sustainable world.OUR LEARNERS, STAFF AND FAMILIES GATHER IS TREATY ONE TERRITORY AND THE TRADITIONAL TERRITORY OF THE ANISHINAABE, ININEWAK, AND DAKOTAOUR MISSION PEOPLES, AND HOMELAND OF THEMTIS NATION.Our Mission is to provide a safe, inclusive, and engaging environment, where personal and collective learning are valued, Our division recognizes the importance of the Callsand each one of us reaches our full potential.to Action outlined by the Truth and Reconciliation Commission of Canada. In our collective effort to see Indigenous learners flourish, LRSD has made significant local investments to address several of the education-specific Calls to Action. LRSD has also implemented the Circle of Courage, which is a model of positive youthOUR MOTTOdevelopment first described in the book, Reclaiming Youth at Risk, co-authored by Larry Brendtro, Martin Brokenleg, and Steve Van Bockern, as a whole-learner framework and as a reference tool in our strength-based class profile Thriving LearnersFlourishing Communities process in all 40 LRSD schools. LRSD is committed to a renewed relationship with Indigenous learners, families, Des apprenants panouisDes communauts florissantes staff and the broader community.Gegwe-gikenjigewaad Mamino-ayaang Eyaang'