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This form is intended for new families only.
In addition to these forms, parents must provide the following documents:
Other official documents confirming the name, date of birth, citizenship, permanent residency or immigration status.
Independent student A student who is 16 or older or legally considered "independent" (no longer living with her/his parents or guardian) is authorized to complete this form and enroll with CSCE without permission from a parent or guardian.
Siblings enrolled in school:
A student is eligible for instruction in French if he/she meets at least one of the following criteria:
1. Child of a parent whose first language learned and still understood is French.
2. Child of a parent who received his/her primary school instruction in Canada is French.
3. Child whose sibling has received or is receiving primary or secondary school instruction in Canada in a French first language school.
I wish to avail myself of the right to francophone education for my child.
EXCEPTIONAL ELIGIBILITY (ACCORDING TO BOARD POLICY) A student may be admitted according to the following categories. Checking one of the following constitutes the first step for a request for an exceptional admission in accordance with admission policy of the school board and its administrative procedures.
Parents/grand-parents who have Francophone roots and want to reintegrate French identity and culture into their children’s lives.
Parents who want their children to maintain their French language skills, identity and culture (i.e. Francophone immigrants or permanent residents).
Children enrolled in French immersion program that has been abolished in the community where there is a francophone school within the Conseil scolaire Centre-Est school jurisdiction.
Sometimes a child is protected by a decision of a court or under the Child Welfare Act, the Domestic Relations Act, the Divorce Act or the Young Offenders Act. Please indicate if the school principal should be made aware of such a judicial decision concerning the protection of your child.
If yes, please discuss the situation with the school principal and submit legal support documents.
For further information, please refer to: https://education.alberta.ca/system-supports/results-reporting/ or contact Alberta Education at
If you have questions regarding the collection of student information by the school board, please contact the school board superintendent.
Bus Transportation : For specific accommodation requests, please obtain the form at the school office.
I understand and agree with the philosophy, policies, school fees and regulations of Conseil scolaire Centre-Est, Alberta. I have also taken note of appendices on Section 11.1 of the Alberta Human Rights Act and the Use of Personal Information Act (Access to Information and Privacy - FOIP). I hereby declare that the information provided in this form is true, accurate and complete.
Section 11.1 of the Alberta Human Rights Act came into effect September 1, 2010, affirming in law a parent’s ability to have their child excluded, without academic penalty, from instruction, exercises, and the use of instructional materials that deal primarily and explicitly with religion, sexuality, or sexual orientation.
The implementation of this new legislation requires that school boards notify parents when students will be receiving instruction that includes subject matter that deals primarily and explicitly with religion, human sexuality or sexual orientation, allowing the opportunity for a parent to have their child opt out. The parent is to complete and submit the Exemption Form of under section 11.1 of the Alberta Human Rights Act to the principal. Unforeseen or indirect references to religion, religious themes, human sexuality or sexual orientation require no notice.
CSCE expects this legislation should not affect high quality of classroom instruction and discussion that are the hallmarks of our education system, nor should it compromise our curriculum or teaching practices. For more information, please visit this page on the website of the Ministry of Education http://education.alberta.ca/francais/parents/bill44fr.aspx
Teachers will send a notice and exemption form to parents for courses that contain material dealing primarily and explicitly with human sexuality or sexual orientation.
Since September 1, 1998, all of Alberta’s school boards are subject to the Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act (FOIP). This Act determines the standards and controls on how public administrations, which include school boards, can collect, use and divulge information of a personal nature.
FOIP law requires that the collection of personal information be done directly from the data subjects, that these people have the legal authorization to provide this information, that they are explained the purpose of the information collection and how The information will be used and, ultimately, provided with the name of a school board contact in the event that they have questions about the processing of personal information.
The information that is in CSCE’s registration package constitutes personal information as defined by FOIP and has been requested in accordance with the provisions of the School Act and its regulations and in accordance with Article 33c) of FOIP (e.g.: to compile the student’s file or to determine eligibility.) This information will help school boards provide an education program that meets the learning needs of their students and maintain a safe and secure school environment (e.g.: emergency contacts.) Personal information may also be provided to Alberta Education, the use of which will help develop programs, activities or policies (e.g.: research, statistics.)
Your authorization to use personal information and the right to use the student’s photo and artistic creations, among others, will be on a form provided by the school.
These fees cover certain expenses such as library resources, copyright and viewing, electronic equipment for students, cultural activities at school, as well as stationery, photocopying and perishable materials for all courses. In high school, some courses may require additional fees and / or deposits.
These fees cover a portion of the cost of materials and related equipment (perishable notebooks) for all courses.
If there are excursions outside Bonnyville during the school year, the costs will be claimed through School Cash.
More information about fees will be available soon :
All costs, except excursions costs, are to be paid by September 30. An account is delinquent if no payment has been received or arrangements made before the payment is due.
In case of overdue accounts, the school will send a notice to parents to make them aware of the situation and remind them that the payment or other arrangements must be made within 15 days. Any parent who has not responded within the 15 days, will receive a second notice. This review will inform the parents that they have 15 days to respond. In failing to do so, their account will be sent to a collection agency.
If you think you qualify for a waiver of fees, please contact the school board at 780 645-3888 for more details.
I declare having read the present document.
For safety and insurance purposes, please complete the following and return it to your child’s teacher as soon as possible.
1. I authorize my child to participate in activities occuring outside the preschool classroom (gymnasium, school yard, etc) for the current school year.
2. If needed, health care and first aid may be provided or allowed for my child.
3. Immunization up-to-date
The following people are allowed to pick up my child :