We love parental support and more importantly, parental involvement in education. We want to provide you with the best resources available. We encourage you to visit your child’s school website and become actively involved in the school community.
- School Bell Times 2018-2019
- Registration Link
- Autism Society Newsletter - March 2019
- Alberta Health Services H1N1 Information
- Alberta Initiative for School Improvement
- Admin Procedures Manual
- Inform Alberta
- Student Travel Insurance Policy
- Get Cyber Safe
Blanket Student Accident Insurance
In addition to any work benefits or personal insurance a family may have, Blanket Student Accident Insurance covers students while they are at school or on sanctioned school activities. If an accident happens, this coverage reduces costs to parents for expenses incurred over and above a family benefit plan.
To submit a claim, please complete the form: Click Here
IA Kids Plus Voluntary Accident Insurance Program
Kids Plus™ Accident Insurance is a voluntary product. Kids Plus™ insures kids 24/7 against accident-related medical and dental expenses not covered by provincial, extended health or dental plans.
For your convenience, we’ve made arrangements for families to voluntarily purchase student accident insurance through the Kids Plus™ Voluntary Accident Insurance program, underwritten by Industrial Alliance Insurance and Financial Services Inc. (iA Financial Group).
Kids Plus™ Accident Insurance offers protection against the unexpected costs of injury from accidents, and is especially valuable for families who:
- do not have medical or dental plans,
- have limited plans, as it may help supplement health and dental benefits, or
- have active children who enjoy sports and outdoor activities.
For complete plan details, please visit kidsplus.ca.
In-School Settlement Support Program
The In-School Settlement Support Program (ISSSP) is a shared idea between settlement agencies and school boards from Edmonton, Fort McMurray, and Grande Prairie. In Fort McMurray, the program is coordinated by the Edmonton Immigrant Services Association (EISA) and the Public and Catholic School Boards. It is funded by Citizenship and Immigration Canada (CIC).