2021-2022 CMSD82 New Student Registration & Cross Boundary Application

 

CMSD82 2021-2022 New Student Registration & Cross-Boundary Application Notice
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School District 82 Policy 1030 outlines student attendance/catchment area procedures in accordance with Ministry of Education policies on Schools of Choice.  It is important that parents/guardians take note of specific deadlines defined within this policy and ensure the registration procedures listed below are followed:

Registration options for New Student In-Catchment including Kindergarten and Cross Boundary Applications effective January 15, 2021:

1) Complete the online registration through MyEducationBC  click on link, when the log-in screen opens, request an account (as illustrated to the right) and follow the step-by-step instructions (this is the school district’s preferred registration option), or

2) Download a copy of the Student Registration Form (regular format or fillable format, click on the desired link to open document), complete and submit by “appointment only” or by email to the school of choice, or

3) Contact your in-catchment school or school of choice to make an appointment to receive the registration forms.

Note:  For school and/or contact information, please access the following links:

CMSD82 Schools & Contact Information

CMSD82 2020-2021 School Principals, Vice Principals & School Contact Listing


New In-Catchment Registration and Confirmation: 
Registrations will be received by February 26, 2021 for new students including Kindergarten. Applications received after this date will have to wait until school staffing is complete before receiving status of school enrollment.  Wait-listed in-catchment students may be moved as soon as space is available. Wait-listed in-catchment students will be notified of their status for the school year as soon as possible or by the first Friday following school opening.


Cross Boundary Applications: 
Applications received by February 26, 2021 will receive confirmation by April 1, 2021. Applications received after February 26, 2021 will be confirmed by the first Friday following school opening, or as soon as possible following this date, pending staffing allocations and school configurations. Unsuccessful applicants may be held on a waiting list for the subsequent school years.

Definitions:

  • In-Catchment Students: Those students who live in the attendance areas defined for each school.  The school the student would normally attend.
  • Cross Boundary/Out-of-Catchment Students: Those students who do not live within the defined attendance areas for the school they wish to attend.
  • School of Choice: The opportunity to enroll in a school or school program available within the school district.

Should you require further assistance, please contact Carole Gagnon, Executive Assistant at the Coast Mountains Board of Education Office at (250) 638-4401 or via email at carole.gagnon@cmsd.bc.ca.

Students’ Return to HSS

The following is the Re-entry plan for Hazelton Secondary School students.  These rules are based off Dr. Bonnie Henry of the provincial health office and the ministry’s safety protocols.  Regardless of personal beliefs, we ask that you respect the rights of others and follow the physical distancing rules as laid out by Dr. Henry and the ministry.  At HSS, we take our students’ and staff’s safety very seriously.  Failure to follow these rules will result in students being sent home where they will continue their learning remotely. 

Entering the building

  • A schedule of which students will attend HSS on which days is being developed and will be issued to student, guardians and staff prior to June 1st. This will include a bus schedule.
  • While students are on the bus, they will be assigned seating that will be based on physical distancing rules.
  • Students who are being dropped off by their parents must first be sure that they are scheduled to be at HSS that day and will be dropped off in the student parking lot
  • Students will only enter from the front doors
    • Students will be met by teachers as they enter the school
    • They will be brought to a pre-designated washroom by their teacher where they will wash their hands one at a time
    • Student will then be taken directly to their pre-designated classroom by their teacher once they have got off the bus and washed their hands
    • Classrooms to be used will be rm. 101, 106, 107, 109, 152, 160 and 166. These rooms all have either sinks for washing hands or hand sanitizer station
    • Students will not be allowed to go to their lockers. Lockers have been cleaned out and are closed for the year

Classrooms

  • Students will sign into the room they are in
  • Classrooms will be arranged so that each desk follows the physical distancing guidelines
  • Students will work on a day schedule outlining their plan for the day.
  • Students will be responsible for bringing their own school supplies (no sharing school supplies). If a student does not have a pencil or a pen, one can be provided to them by their teacher
  • Students will be in one class for the entire day. Each class will be given specific times for eating lunch, as well as going outside
  • Classes will be broken up according to grade as much as possible (the following is subject to change based on numbers of students in each grade)
    • Grades 8 and 9 will be in one room. Will continue to work on their “points” activities
    • Grades 10 and 11 will be in their own rooms. Will continue to work on “subject based” classes
    • Grade 12s will be in their own room. Will focus on completing work for graduation
    • Life Skills students will be in room 182 with Ms. Muldoe
  • Gym and workout rooms will be closed for the remainder of the year
  • Education Assistance and First Nations Support Workers will continue to support students in class
  • Students in need of counselling will arrange meetings with Ms. Pretty

Hallways/Washroom

  • Students must respect social distancing
  • Floors will be marked to help allow students to maintain a 2 metre distance from other people
  • Students will not be allowed to go to their lockers
  • Only 1 student per washroom at a time
  • When students go to the washroom, they are to call the office. The office will instruct the student which washroom is available and the student will use that washroom
  • When the student has returned to class, they are to contact the office to inform them of their return. The office will then dispatch our surface cleaner to give the washroom a wipe for the next student who may need to use it
  • Students are not to leave school property
  • Students are not to go outside for the purpose of “smoke breaks”
  • Students are only to go outside when they are accompanied by a teacher

Lunch

  • Cafeteria will not be open to sell food
  • Lunch will be served in students’ classrooms
  • Lunch times will be staggered between 11:00 AM and 1:00 PM
  • We will serve students soup and sandwiches and a bottle of water
  • Students will not be allowed to wander the halls or leave their classroom during lunch unless accompanied by their teacher

Ministry of Education/CMSD82 Community Meeting on K-9 Student Progress Reporting – November 28, 2016

 

MOE/CMSD82 Community Meeting K-9 Student Progress Reporting, Nov. 28, 2016
(PDF Format Poster)

 

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British Columbia’s new school curriculum is making sure students are ready to succeed in our changing world. The Ministry of Education wants parents to share how they want to learn about their child’s progress from Kindergarten to Grade 9. Together with educators, the government is developing a new reporting approach for students in Kindergarten to Grade 9, to give parents a deeper understanding of their child’s progress at school. With new curriculum being implemented in B.C. classrooms this school year, the way student progress is reported must change too.

The Ministry’s parent engagement on student reporting will run from October 2016 to February 28, 2017. There will be two primary ways for parents to be involved and have an opportunity to provide feedback on student reporting:

  • Online Feedback Forum at www.engage.gov.bc.ca/yourkidsprogress/ (information about changes to the curriculum, future of student reporting with a series of questions asking for parent feedback).
  • Community Sessions in 10 locations around the province including Terrace on November 28, 2016 hosted by Coast Mountains Board of Education School District 82.  The community meetings will be open-house style for the first two hours. Parents and interested community members can come in and learn more, talk to Ministry and school district staff, and then complete a feedback form. The last hour will be a Ministry facilitated design session specifically focused on the future of reporting student progress.

ATTEND THE COMMUNITY MEETING TO LEARN MORE
EVERYONE IS WELCOME!

DATE & TIME:  Monday, November 28, 2016, 5:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m.

LOCATION:  Northwest Trades & Employment Training Centre,
3120 Highway 16 East, Terrace

(formerly Thornhill Junior Secondary School
https://goo.gl/maps/Mq3pZa8WxeR2)

Pre-registration or RSVP’s are not required for the community meeting.
Light snacks and refreshments will be provided.

Please contact Carole Gagnon, CMSD82 Executive Assistant at (250) 638-4401 or carole.gagnon@cmsd.bc.ca, should you have questions regarding the Terrace Community Meeting.