École Frank Ross Elementary

K-3  All school supplies provided through the school to primary students.

4-7  Please see the attached list as a guide for students in Grades 4-7.

Students will need inside shoes and a water bottle.

École Frank Ross is accepting registrations for the 2020/2021 school year.  The registration package is attached as a PDF at the bottom, which can be printed and completed at home.  If you cannot print the registration package at home please call the school at 250-782-5206 to arrange a pickup.

You will need the following documents to complete your registration:

  1. Registration form
  2. Birth Certificate
  3. Proof of address (Not Required for French Immersion Students)

There are two options available to submit your registration package:

  1. You can drop the registration package, including the required documents, in our mail bin located outside the front doors.
  2. You can submit your registration package, along with the required documents, via email to sanderson@sd59.bc.ca

You can find the School District Entrance and Admissions Guidelines attached.

 

 

Also, see below for a quick parent survey.

There are a number of new procedures in place for students returning to the building in June. Please find the parent letter and documents from Ecole Frank Ross and School District 59 attached to this post outlining these processes.

Some important general considerations:

Before school, remember to do daily checks with your child for any Covid-19 related symptoms and keep any child with symptoms home.

Please arrive on time at your designated entry. This will greatly help our student entry process.

Only send students to school on your confirmed days of the week that they attend.

Students should come prepared with a water bottle, lunch/snack, and all materials for their day.

Remind your child that they will be required to line up at their doors immediately on arrival and will need to maintain physical distancing. There will be no playground supervision in the morning or after school. Students should arrive and line up and depart immediately.

Erase Bullying

Erase is all about building safe and caring school communities. This includes empowering students, parents, educators and the community partners who support them to get help with challenges, report concerns to schools, and learn about complex issues facing students.

More Details

placeholder

© School District 59.   All rights reserved.

No data is available at this time. This may mean that school buses are not running today, or current information is not yet available.

The StrongStart programs are running as scheduled.