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School Start-Up Package

Guide to the 2017-2018 and School Year Start-Up Package

All students in YRDSB have been provided with a Guide Book and Start-up Package that outlines useful information from the school and Board.  All families are asked to read this along with the school information in the Start-up Package.

You are asked to sign and return several  important agreement forms that you will find in your package (purple forms).  As well as, the Technology Agreement to allow your children to use technology to enhance their learning, confirmation of subscription to our School Blog for all further communication, and the Cash Online program for convenient payment options. 

Please also consider volunteering your time to benefit our school and returning the volunteer list and School Council form.

Most importantly, we ask that you carefully look over your child’s Personal Student Verification forms when they come home with emergency phone numbers which must be corrected, signed and returned to the school to ensure that we have  accurate emergency information. 

Please return these forms as soon as possible or by September 15th. Thank you for your cooperation.  

Upcoming...

Arts and Athletics Package: 
Shortly, we will be requesting that you submit, the Arts and Athletics Package fee of $25 that will allow us to include exciting school performances throughout the year and the ever popular, Jungle Sport Rock Climbing program. 

Pizza, milk and Hot Lunch program:
You will also be provided with order forms for food programs in the next few weeks. 

These items can be paid by credit on line if you are registered to our Cash Online program or Hot Lunch programs.


  


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