The Grande Yellowhead Public School Division came out with their three year education plan and annual education results report last week.
On the positive side of the ledger the report indicated an upward trend in English 30-1, Social 30-2, Math 30-2, Science 30 and French 30-1.
The report did indicate a higher drop out rate among students than desirable, something assistant superintendent Karen Shipka says isn’t necessarily accurate.
Despite that, the drop out rate for the GYPSD is still lower than the average around the province.
A lot of positives were listed within the report including higher achievements not just in the students grades but also with work preparation, parental involvement and school improvements.
Shipka on what has lead to these results.