The CSNO invites you to participate in the conversation regarding the draft CURRICULUM!

Dear parents and guardians,

Last week, Alberta Education presented the draft K to 6 curriculum. The Conseil scolaire du Nord-Ouest (CSNO) has serious concerns about the content of this curriculum, as do other school boards and francophone organizations, as well as many other members of Alberta society.

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The CSNO is very interested in hearing parents’ opinions on the draft curriculum. Your say will help us formulate a comprehensive response to Alberta Education and guide our future decisions regarding the curriculum.

To gather parents’ opinions and perspectives, we propose using « Thoughtexchange«  :

  • Your participation is confidential, and no one will know who shared or evaluated what comment.
  • Participation in the exchange is available in French, English and any other language supported by Google Translate.
Click HERE to participate in the exchange:
« What are your thoughts regarding the draft K-6 curriculum presented by Alberta Education?”

This exchange is open from April 7 to 14, 2021.

We invite you to return often to the exchange to discover and rate the new comments
until it closes on Wednesday, April 14 at 5 p.m.

In addition, you also have the option to share your thoughts and comments by:

A large-scale participation of parents and guardians is very important and valuable. Your input will also help refine the draft K to 6 curriculum before it is implemented in classrooms across the province in September 2022.

Brigitte Kropielnicki

*Thoughtexchange brings structure to the conversation. People share their thoughts, evaluate the thoughts of others and learn what matters to the group. Thoughts and stars are public, but who these thoughts and stars belong to remains confidential!   Please note that content that is offensive, incomprehensible, or identifying a person will be removed.)

For more information, please contact the Communications Coordinator,  Rachelle Bergeron,