Picture of human signing book to a child. Accessibility in the Sooke School District

Sooke School District supports a safe, respectful, inclusive, and responsive learning community that recognizes the value of diversity. Through the development of the Accessibility Plan, we continue our commitment to providing learning and working environments that support students and staff while providing equitable access and opportunity for all. This three-year plan will serve as a guide for our district as we identify system needs, priorities and action plans. 

We recognize the importance of accessibility, not only for those with disabilities, but also for the benefit of the entire community. Through the actions in this Accessibility Plan, we commit to continuous improvements developing an environment that supports all individuals in our learning community.

Read the Accessibility Plan

Accessibility Feedback Tool

The Sooke School District has developed an online feedback tool to help us understand the barriers people face when accessing a school program, building or service. You may also call our office, visit our office, mail or email us to report a barrier.

Please be advised that this tool is not intended for addressing concerns related to your child's educational journey. We kindly request you to refer to our guidelines on Resolving Concerns, which provides information on how parents/guardians should communicate with our staff members to address any issues or queries.

Accessibility Feedback Tool