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West Lethbridge Elementary School Boundary Realignment Survey

To access the West Lethbridge Elementary School Boundary Realignment Survey, please click on the link below:


Town Hall 2024 Survey - Feb. 6-17

Lethbridge School Division hosted the annual Town Hall event on Tuesday Feb. 6, 2024. The purpose of Town Hall was to seek feedback to assist the Board of Trustees and the Division in planning for the future. Below, you will find the list of topics that helped guide the discussions at Town Hall. Now, we are asking for additional feedback through this online form.

You are welcome to respond to all questions in the survey or you can select which questions you would like to respond to. It is NOT mandatory to respond to every question.

Information from this survey and from the Town Hall session will be used by the Board of Trustees and administration to assist with identifying priorities and strategies for the 2024/2025 school year and beyond.

As always, the Survey Results area on the Community Engagement website will be the place to go to view the summary of the information gathered from this survey. The summary will be available on March 7, 2024. Thank you for taking the time to provide this valuable feedback!

Saturday, Feb. 17 is the deadline to complete the survey.

Click on the link below to take the survey:


Town Hall event survey

Lethbridge School Division is seeking feedback on how to make Town Hall 2025 even better!
Please click on the link below to take a short survey to tell us what you liked about Town Hall 2024, and how we can improve things for next year.


Lethbridge School Division Anti-Racism and Anti-Oppression Survey

Why is Lethbridge School Division conducting this survey?

Over the last number of years, in order to support all members of the school community, Lethbridge School Division has received feedback from students, families, staff and community members regarding the need for anti-racism and anti-oppression work in our School Division and community. In the 2022/2023 school year, we heard directly from our school stakeholders in our Town Hall event, and from our students at the Student Wellness and Inclusion Forum. Both events produced feedback regarding the importance of developing procedures regarding our Division Anti-Racism and Anti-Oppression Policy 103.1. (https://www.lethsd.ab.ca/download/400582). The Lethbridge School Division Anti-Racism and Anti-Oppression Policy speaks to a vision for our community of learners.

It is our vision to create a community of reflective, engaged citizens continuously striving for a culture free of racism and oppression.

The purpose of this survey is to provide an opportunity for parents, guardians, caregivers, secondary students, staff, board members, and community members to provide perspective on building a culture free of racism and oppression. Thank you for responding. We look forward to learning and growing together.

To take the survey, please click on the link below:


Budget Survey - March 6-15


Lethbridge School Division has begun preparation of the 2023/2024 Preliminary Budget. Approximately 91% of the Division’s total revenue comes from Alberta Education. Student enrolment is the most significant factor in determining the Division’s funding. 
Through this budget engagement tool, we are seeking input into the development on the instruction area of the budget. In 2022/2023 the instruction budget was approximately 72% of the Division’s total budget, which was approximately $136 million.
Using this tool, you will have the opportunity to provide input into the percentage of the instruction budget should be allocated to each area. Note that as you adjust the spending in one area, it will impact funds available in another area. For example, if a higher percentage is allocated to be spent on Educational Assistants than last year, you will need to reduce funds in another area. By allocating 0%, you will be completely excluding spending in this area, which may not be realistic due to operational, contractual or legislative requirements.
There is also an opportunity to provide other information or feedback at the end of the allocation tool.
Thank you for taking the time to provide information through the budget engagement tool. Information gathered will help inform budget decision making for the 2023/2024 based on stakeholder priorities as outlined in the results.
If you would like more information before taking the survey, click on the link below to learn more about student demographics throughout Lethbridge School Division:


The survey can be accessed by clicking on the budget graphic above or through the link below:




ASCE Grant Survey

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Provide your feedback on the Division's 2023/2024 Preliminary Budget

Lethbridge School Division is seeking feedback on the 2023/2024 Preliminary Budget.
Please watch the video, click on the following link, for more information on the preliminary budget: BUDGET VIDEO
After viewing the budget presentation, the Division invites you to give your feedback on the preliminary budget by participating in this engagement opportunity: BUDGET SURVEY.