Are you ready to register for French Immersion?
Contact for questions: Mrs. Helene Adey (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Complete the: Student Registration Form.
Mandatory Documents Include:
Proof of child’s age: birth certificate or passport or baptismal/faith record for your child
Proof of address: (any two of the following documents): lease or deed, car registration, utility bill, residential telephone bill, moving bill, property tax bill, bank statement, credit card statement, correspondence with a government agency. Important Note: A driver’s license will not be accepted as documentation for “proof of address”.
Proof of child’s citizenship: birth certificate or passport, Record of Landing (IMM 1000) or Permanent Resident Card
Proof of custody: If you are not the parent and your child is under 18, you must provide proof of custody (court order).
To complete electronically, download and save the pdf. Scanned copies are also acceptable. Send to email@example.com
Halton Food for Thought (HFFT)
Halton Food for Thought (HFFT) is dedicated to feeding the success of our students, one healthy, happy student tummy at a time. In partnership with the Halton Catholic District School Board and the Halton District School Board, HFFT will continue to adapt to ensure healthy food is available to students during the school day, in accordance with Public Health, safe food handling and Ministry of Education guidelines. More details on the format of HFFT Student Nutrition Programs to follow. We want all children to reach their full potential and lead healthy, active lives. To help ensure student success, please consider supporting, or donating to Halton Food for Thought. To learn more about HFFT Student Nutrition Programs, visit their website.
Together we #FeedTheirFuture!
Nancy Rumple, Executive Director - Halton Food for Thought
5063 North Service Rd Suite 100, Burlington ON L7L 5H6
HDSB Free Menstrual Products Initiative
All HDSB schools now provide free menstrual products for students in all female and gender-neutral washrooms. Students can now access menstrual products at no cost in our washrooms. Access and availability of menstrual products in schools impacts the dignity and self-esteem of menstruating students, and can impact class attendance and student achievement. The HDSB Free Menstrual Products initiative is an attempt to address some of the gaps in access to menstrual products to promote awareness and alleviate the stigma of menstruation. Free access to menstrual products supports both gender and economic equity, and raises awareness of and destigmatizes menstruation. The Free Menstrual Products initiative aligns with the HDSB’s Equity & Inclusion and Mental Health & Well-Being goals in the 2020-2024 Multi-Year Plan, along with Environmental Leadership goals as the initiative involves the responsible use of menstruation products. We’ve got you. Period.
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