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Bus Transportation Registration for 2016-17
Families are advised that registration of students for bus transportation for the 2016-17 school year will run from May 3rd through June 30th, 2016. In order to ride a district school bus, all new and returning riders must complete a registration form each year.
Registration can be initiated by using our online bus registration form, or in person at the Transportation Department (NEW LOCATION) located at 33919 Dewdney Trunk Road, during the business hours of 9:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m. M-F. Please note, registration is not considered complete until full payment is received. If you are using the online form, you will be contacted directly by the Transportation office regarding payment arrangements.
Students who qualify to use district transportation services but have not registered by June 30th, or students who are cross boundary students, are not guaranteed transportation as it will depend on availability of service.
Any registrations received after the June 30th deadline will incur a 20% surcharge.
The Transportation office will be closed between July 1st and August 19th, 2016. Online registrations may still be submitted during this time.
Neighbourhood Schools - Registration Procedure:
WHEN AND WHERE
Monday, February 1st to Friday, February 5th, 2016 from 8:30 am to 3:00 pm.
Registration must take place at your neighbourhood elementary school.
Neighbourhood Catchment Area / SCHOOL LOCATOR
Visit www.mpsd.ca for help in identifying your neighbourhood school. The
School Locator feature can be found on the right hand sidebar.
For additional information call the Board of Education Office at 604.826.6286
REGISTRATION REQUIREMENTS FOR ALL MISSION PUBLIC SCHOOLS:
Children born in 2011 are eligible for Kindergarten.
Proof of age is required at time of registration: Birth Certificate, Passport, Permanent
Residence Card, Aboriginal Status Card, Baptismal Certificate, Certificate of Citizenship or
Immigration Canada document.
Note: A Provincial Care Card is not acceptable proof of age
Proof of residence is also required.
Note: Driver’s license (the front should display the address, not on the back if there’s
been a change of address), proof of purchase of residence, municipal tax bill, letter
stating current address notarized by a lawyer or notary public, rental agreement
accompanied with a gas bill showing the same address (cable, telephone and hydro bills
are not acceptable).
Schools / Programs of Choice Kindergarten Application & Registration Procedure:
Our Schools that offer Programs of Choice are:
Edwin S. Richards - Arts Based Curriculum
Hillside Traditional Academy - Curricular outcomes in an environment based on the traditional values
École Christine Morrison – Offering early French Immersion
École Mission Central – Offering early French Immersion
Visit our website for more detail on these and other Mission Public schools: www.mpsd.ca
Schools / Programs of Choice offer differing presentations of educational curriculum. The opportunity to attend Schools / Programs of Choice is open to all Mission residents as these schools have district wide catchment areas.
Kindergarten applications to attend Schools / Programs of choice can be filed at any time, and
for any year of birth, at the Board of Education Office. Please bring your child’s proof of age
Proof of age is required at time of application for Schools / Programs of Choice:
Birth Certificate - Other acceptable documents include: Passport, Permanent Residence
Card, Aboriginal Status Card, Baptismal Certificate, Certificate of Citizenship or Immigration
Note: A Provincial Care Card is not acceptable proof of age
1) Parents with children currently attending a Schools / Programs of Choice:
During the month of December, parents registering a new kindergarten child, and who currently
have a child attending one of our Schools / Programs of Choice, need to register their
kindergarten child at their present school.
See Registration Requirements for ALL SCHOOLS, as they are the same whether you are applying
for a School of Choice or your Regular Catchment area school.
8:25 a.m. - warning bell will ring and students will need to line up at the outside door of their classroom and wait for their teacher to open the door.
8:30 a.m. - class begins
10:05-10:20 a.m.- recess
11:55 am - 12:35 p.m.- Lunch
12:40 p.m. - class begins
2:21 p.m. - dismissal
Ecole Mission Central will continue to offer both English and French Immersion programs next year.
Students will be attending the musical Mary Poppins at the Clarke Theatre on Feb 16.
Due to changes in the new curriculum the following two dates have been added:
Our School Goals:
To improve and ehnance the knowledge, skills and attitudes in reading from Kindergarten to Gr. 6
To improve student numeracy achievement
To continue to develop socially responsible students
This year our staff is focussing on three goals that we believe will increase student achievement and will also encourage our students to become socially responsible citizens. For detailed specifics about our school goals, please click on the link titled "School Growth Plan".
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New Provincial Initiative for Reporting Bullying
The provinicial government has launched a new service in the drive to reduce bullying in British Columbian schools. It is an on-line reporting system. If you or someone you know is experiencing bullying all you need to do is click on the ERASE link. http://www.erasebullying.ca/
École Mission Central Elementary is a dual track school, offering an Early French Immersion program as well as a regular elementary program for grades K - 6. Mission Central is a school that is dynamic, vibrant and engaging, offering a broad range of programs with a skilled, dedicated staff that work hard to meet the needs of all learners.
At our school, our programs are designed to meet the needs of all of our learners. As educators we take seriously our role of eductating the next generation and believe strongly that all of our students have gifts and talents ready to share.
École Mission Central School
7466 Welton Street
Mission, BC, Canada
Tel: 604 826 1414
Fax: 604 826 0258
District French Co-ordinator
> latest info
Sept. 8 - First day of school - dismissal at 11:00
Sept. 15 - PAC meeting 8:45 am
Sept 18 - Non Instructional Day (students not in session)
Oct 12 - Thanksgiving
Oct 23 - Professional Development Day
Nov 11 - Remembrance Day
Nov 13 - 1/2 Day Assessment - Dismissal at 11:00 am
Nov 27 - Parent Teacher Conferences
Friday, Dec. 4- Newsletter home
Friday, Dec. 11- Mid-Month Assembly
Tuesday, Dec 15 - PAC Meeting 8:45 am
Wednesday, Dec 16 - Christmas Concert at 1 pm
Friday, Dec. 18 - Last Day before Winter Vacation
- PAC Breakfast with Santa in the gym
Dec 21-Jan 1 - Winter Vacation
Monday, Jan 4 - School Reopens
Friday, Jan 8 - Newsletter Home
Friday, Jan. 15- Mid-Month Assembly
Tuesday, Jan 19 -PAC Meeting
Saturday, Jan 23 - Riot of Reading
Friday, Jan 29 - Month End Assembly
Friday, Feb. 5 - Newsletter home
Monday, Feb. 8- Family Day
Friday, Feb. 12- Mid-Month Assembly
Tuesday, Feb 16- PAC Meeting
- Mary Poppins at Clarke Theatre
Friday, Feb. 19- District Pro-D - (Students not at school)
Monday, Feb 22 -Non-Instructional Day - (Students not at school)
Friday, Feb 26 - Month-End Assembly - 8:45 a.m. (Student of the month)
- Assessment & Evaluation - 11:00 a.m. dismissal
Friday, Mar. 4 - Newsletter home
Monday, Mar. 7 -Report Cards home
Mon., Mar. 7-Thurs., Mar. 10 -Parent Teacher Conferences
Friday, Mar. 11 - Day in lieu of Parent –Teacher Conferences - (Students not at school)
Mar. 14 – Mar.24 - Spring Break – (Students not at school)
Friday, Mar. 25 - Good Friday – (Students not at school)
Monday, Mar. 28 -Stat - Easter Monday – (Students not at school)
Tuesday, Mar. 29 -School Reopens
Friday, Apr. 8 - Newsletter home
Wednesday, Apr. 13 -Ready, Set, Learn – 9:00 a.m.
Friday, Apr. 15 -Mid-Month Assembly - 8:45 a.m.
Friday, Apr. 29 -Month-End Assembly - 8:45 a.m. (Student of the month)
Monday, May 2 -Non-Instructional Day - (Students not at school)
Friday, May 6 - Newsletter home
Friday, May 13 - Mid-Month Assembly - 8:45 a.m.
Friday, May 20 - Non-Instructional Day - (Students not at school)
Monday, May 23 - Victoria Day – (Students not at school)
Wednesday, May 26 - Family of Schools Dinner at Heritage Park Middle School
Friday, May 27 - Month-End Assembly - 8:45 a.m. (Student of the month)
Friday, June 3 -Newsletter home
Wednesday, June 29 - Assembly
- Report Cards Home
- Last Day for students