FMPSD Registration

Mission Statement

Fort McMurray Public School District is a learning community dedicated to educating all students for personal excellence.

School & Grade
The Mission Statement of Fort McMurray Christian School:
  • To provide students with an education based on Scripture, the Christian perspective is integrated into every aspect of study.
  • To acknowledge the Lordship of Christ and to develop the students’ understanding of their own relationship to God as well as their relationship to others and creation.
  • To provide an education which allows children to reach their potential academically, spiritually, emotionally, socially and physically.
  • To direct students in development of Christ-like character.
  • To prepare students to be of service in the community.
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Islamic Program
Student Information

Write the student's legal name and date of birth below. For registration, a copy of a legal document, such as a birth certificate, that provides proof of legal name and age and access to education is required.

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Gender
Is this your designated school:
French Immersion:
Transportation Required:

Citizenship or Immigrant Status

Please check one or more.

Documentation on file:

First language spoken in the home:
Second language spoken in the home:

Student's Residence

Do you wish to receive e-mails from the school?
E-mails will be for the purpose of communicating important updates and information for upcoming events, extra-curricular participation, yearbooks, graduation, and other school related activities. If at anytime you wish to not receive these e-mails you will be able to remove yourself from the mailing list.
Aboriginal Self-Identification
If you wish to declare the student is Aboriginal, please select one:

For further information, please refer to: https://education.alberta.ca/system-supports/results-reporting/ or contact Alberta Education at 780-427-8501.

If you have questions regarding the collection of student information by the school board, please contact the School Board Superintendent at 780-799-7900.

Previous Education
Has the student ever attended a school in Alberta?
Student History
  
Has your child been identified with a disability or special need?

Medical Information

Student's Medical Information: Are there any serious medical conditions about which you wish the school be aware? If yes, please list below.
Parent (or Legal Guardian) Information
Custody: In rare instances a child may be designated as "Protected" if a court has issued a restraining order under the Child Welfare Act, the Domestic Relations Act, the Divorce Act, or the Young Offenders Act. Please indicate if the school administration should be aware of any such Court Order for the protection of your child.
(If "yes" please make arrangements to discuss this situation with the school administration. Legal documentation will be required.)
If there are two parents or legal guardians, it is important to fill in both sections 4 and 5 whether or not the parents or legal guardians are living together. (A "legal guardian" is a person appointed by the court as the guardian. Documentation is required).
Residence: (Student lives with: check one)
First Parent / Legal Guardian
Relationship to Student:
Do you wish to receive e-mails from the school?
E-mails will be for the purpose of communicating important updates and information for upcoming events, extra-curricular participation, yearbooks, graduation, and other school related activities. If at anytime you wish to not receive these e-mails you will be able to remove yourself from the mailing list.
Second Parent / Legal Guardian
Relationship to Student:
Do you wish to receive e-mails from the school?
E-mails will be for the purpose of communicating important updates and information for upcoming events, extra-curricular participation, yearbooks, graduation, and other school related activities. If at anytime you wish to not receive these e-mails you will be able to remove yourself from the mailing list.
Emergency Contact
An "emergency contact person" is someone other than the student's parent or guardian.
Siblings
Does the child have any siblings?

Please list all siblings, whether school age or not:

Add Another Sibling

Francophone Rights Section 23 Eligibility

According to Section 10 of the School Act and Section 23 of the Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms, the following applies to Canadian citizens' rights to have all their children receive primary and secondary instruction in French: -Citizens of Canada whose first language learned and still understood is French or who have received their primary school instruction in French or who have one or more children in the family having received or are receiving primary or secondary school instruction in French, in Canada.

Do you claim to be eligible to have this child taught in the French language pursuant to Section 23 of the Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms?

If "yes", do you wish to exercise your right to have your child educated in a French first language program?

NOTE: In Alberta, parents can only exercise this right by enrolling their child in a French first language (Francophone) program offered by a Francophone Regional Authority. This does not include a French Immersion program. To exercise your Section 23 rights, you must enroll your child with a Francophone Regional Authority. If eligible, the Student Record Regulation requires Fort McMurray Public Schools to release demographic information about the student and parent to the local Francophone Education Board upon written request from that school jurisdiction.

Notice of Collection and Use of Personal Information under s.34 of the Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act (FOIP Act)

Fort McMurray Public School District collects personal information that relates directly to and is necessary for various operating programs and activities of the District; and to fulfill its mandate of providing students with an education program in accordance with its obligations under the School Act and its regulations. In addition to personal information provided on registration forms, the District may take recordings of students or student work at school or school related activities that form part of the educational program of the District. Such recordings include digital, photos, film, video, audio and emerging technologies.

The following are examples of ways in which personal information may be used by the District: Establish a student record and determine residency; Determine program placement, determine eligibility and/ or suitability for provincial or federal funding; Provide information to the Minister of Education for research and statistical analysis ; Feature a student in the school calendar, newsletter, yearbook, or other school publication; Recognize students and their creative works through display or performance at school; Acknowledge students in class lists, honor rolls, graduation ceremonies; Determine student eligibility or suitability for awards or scholarships, in the event that the District applies on the student's behalf; Contact students or their parents or emergency contacts ; Verify absences; Provide transportation services ; Provide identification cards; Offer assistance to students encountering medical and/or emergency situations ; Provide video surveillance on school premises, as governed by District policy ; Provide District authorized surveys; Take individual, class, team or club photos for school purposes ;Take recordings of students engaged in classroom or other school activities; Allow media or other organizations into schools, under the supervision of school personnel, to film classrooms and students, where students are not interviewed or identified by name or face.

Events that are open to the general public are considered public events, and the District cannot control or prevent the further distribution or use of photos, videos, images or other personal information obtained by those who attend including the media.

This notice is provided to you for information only and is not an all-inclusive list. These activities contribute to a healthy and functioning school, and students' participation in these activities is viewed as an important component of their education. Written consent for your child to participate in these activities is not being requested. However, if you have concerns regarding the collection or use of such information, please contact the principal of the school that your child attends.

Consent to Use and Disclose Personal Information

In accordance with the FOIP Act and the Copyright Act, the District requests consent for various purposes, as outlined below. Consent is voluntary and can be revoked at any time by notifying the Principal in writing. You will be provided with an opportunity to verify your consent annually. If you do not return this form it indicates refusal to consent. If you have concerns regarding these matters, please contact the Principal of the school your child attends.

A. Appearing on Websites

The District on occasion posts student personal information including full name, photographs, recordings and/or interviews on district and school websites. Your consent is requested to use your child's personal information for this purpose. Please note that in the context of ordinary internet use, student personal information may be copied, altered or moved by anyone who visits these websites; and if your consent is withdrawn, the District will remove the image and/or personal information from its website however it may be available on the internet indefinitely.

I consent to the above use of personal information:

B. Appearing in the Media

The District on occasion authorizes media and outside organizations to photograph, record and/or interview students while under its supervision. This means that a photograph, digital recording, or interview of a student with identification by full name and grade may be collected, used, reproduced and broadcast by media or outside organizations. Your consent is requested to use your child's personal information for this purpose. This does not include public events in which the media may attend.

I consent to the above use of personal information:

C. Displaying Creative Work

The District on occasion displays the creative work of students produced through school activities (e.g. art, dance, drama, compositions, wood or metal work, robotics, scientific experiments). This means that a photograph, digital recording, or actual presentation of the item with identification of the student by full name and grade may be collected, used and displayed at external exhibits at community sites, competitions, and reproduced in District promotional publications distributed outside of the District, including websites. Your consent is requested to use your child's personal information for this purpose. In addition, under the Copyright Act, your release is requested to grant permission to the District to record your child, display and/or reproduce his/her creative work.

I consent to the above use of personal information:

Other permissions for the Fort McMurray Public School District:
Optional Information
I give permission to provide access to my child's information to the District ESL/ELL New Family Coordinator.
Faith Commitment
Is the Child's Father a Christian?
Is the Child's Mother a Christian?
Does the Applicant Attend Sunday School Regularly?
Has the Applicant ever made a profession of faith in Christ?
General Information
Program Fee Payment Options
I choose the following option:

An NSF charge of $15.00 will be assessed for each cheque returned by the bank.

"I agree to uphold and support the pursuit of academic excellence and Christian character by providing a place at home for my child to study and giving my child encouragement in the completion of any homework or assignments."

"I appreciate the Christian standards of the school and do not tolerate profanity, obscenity in word or action, dishonor to the Godhead and the Word of God, or disrespect to the personnel of the school. I hereby agree to support all regulations of the school and support the Christian beliefs and Mission Statement."

Declaration by Parent or Legal Guardian
Course Selection

École McTavish Junior High School

Option Course Selection

Students will pick their options here. If you are taking Band 7 or FSL they are full year course. Glee may be taken full year if the student is interested, but it can be done for only one term as well. Any student in the PEAK Academy program will lose one of their options due to being on the ice. Please rank the options below in order of interest for you. Make sure to enter a choice in each box! All duplicates or empty boxes will be deleted from form.

Please select a grade at the top of this form.

Westwood Community High School

Please select a grade at the top of this form.

You must choose one English Course. If you are a French Immersion/Francophone Student, you must also select FLA 10.

You must choose one English Course.

Academy of Performing Arts This is a User Pay Program that will focus on Piano and Jazz Vocals. If you are interested in this program please indicate and contact Westwood Community High School at (780) 791-1986.
PEAK Academy This is a User Pay Program that will focus on the development of hockey, dance or soccer skills. If you are interested in this program please indicate and contact Westwood Community High School at (780) 791-1986.
Robotics 20 - VEX (After School) This is an after school for credit program that is outside of the regular school schedule. It is a User Pay Program that will focus on development of robotics, specifically VEX robotics. If you are interested in this program please indicate and contact Westwood Community High School at (780) 791-1986.
Off Campus Programs If you are interested in any of the following please list: Registered Apprenticeship Program (RAP), Power Engineering (4th class), Career Prep and Health Services.
 
Option Classes

Select five complementary courses from the list. Ensure to rank them in the order of interest for you. Note: Only French as a Second Language and Music will be guaranteed.

Other Information

Thank you for your registration. Please drop by the school after August 17th, 2016 to pay fees, provided signatures and copies of school records and birth certificates, and arrange for bus transportation (if needed). If you have any questions please contact the school at:

If you wish to print a copy and bring it into the school rather than sumbit online, please click PRINT below.