Our School Plan Progress 2021-2022

Improving Student Learning

The Abbotsford School District’s Strategic Plan reflects our public commitment to BC’s new curriculum by working together to continuously improve learning for each student.

School Goals

Under the Framework for Enhancing Student Learning, all Abbotsford School District schools are required to develop a long term plan to improve student achievement, one that maintains a balance on the intellectual, social and career development of students. Each year, each school develops an annual plan and sets individual goals to improve student achievement.

Bakerview School Goals


Our celebrations of learning

Human & Social

Our students will study personal and human social skills and as they relate to students' identity in the world - both as individuals and as members of their community. We are learning that personal and human social skills encompass the abilities students needs to thrive as individuals, to understand and care about themselves and others, and to find and achieve their purposes in the world. 

Our celebrations of learning

April 11, 2018 was a great day at Seabird Island where five of our students participated in the Slahal tournament.

The Bakerview team spirit was alive and energetic. In addition to the team from Bakerview, Slahal squads also represented Abbotsford Senior Secondary, Yale Secondary, and Clayburn Middle School.  Teams from Chilliwack School District and other local band schools also participated.

We are proud of Maisie Porter (Team Captain), Shawn Wesley, Elizabeth Johnston, Max Hunt and Sade Porillo.

Our students represented Bakerview in a Postive, Respectful way, with a unique community attitude.

We are hoping to make up a team for next year as the students are enthusiatic about going again.

We are also organizing a staff versus student Slahal tournament in the spring.



Our students will succeed in a much different future from the one we envisioned 10 or 15 years ago. It is our responsibility to prepare all children for success in whatever life path they choose, connecting learning opportunities with future career possibilities. We know that real-life experiences - like community involvement, gaining business knowledge, and hands-on-learning - build better students and life-long citizens. 

Our celebrations of learning

Careers/Student Accomplishments

  • 4 students participated in volunteer hours to complete WEX 12A Requirements
  • 9 students have received credit for Work Experience while participating in paid employment opportunities
  • 5 students are currently participating in the CORE Program at Abby Sr.
  • 3 Bakerview students are enrolled in the Hair Stylist Program this year
  • 1 student is participating in Hospital Rotations this spring
  • 1 student graduated from the Fire Academy this spring