Registration Information

 

École Frank Ross registration process for the 2021/2022 school year. 

 

Registration packages can be picked up at the school by calling 250-782-5206 to arrange a pickup or by downloading from the school website.

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, at the school office by making an appointment to do so.
  2. You can submit your registration package, along with the required documents, via email to sanderson@sd59.bc.ca

 

English Program Registrations:

Registration packages will be accepted beginning February 2nd, 2020. Please follow the process for submission above.

 

French Immersion Registrations:

École Frank Ross will be accepting registrations for French Immersion Kindergarten beginning on February 2nd, 2020 starting at 9:15am. Registration is first come first served.

  1. You can drop the registration package, including the required documents, at the school office on February 2nd beginning at 9:15am and then subsequently by making an appointment to do so.
  2. You can submit your registration package, along with the required documents, via email to sanderson@sd59.bc.ca beginning on February 2nd at 9:15am

There are a limited number of French Immersion spaces available.  Parents interested in registering their child in the French Immersion Program should register at their earliest convenience.  Students registered after our spaces have been filled will be placed on a wait list.

Link to EFR main page with registration package.

https://www.sd59.bc.ca/schools/ecole-frank-ross-elementary

Please find the link below to the school district entrance guidelines.

https://www.sd59.bc.ca/sites/default/files/article/4000%20Admissions-Entrance%20Guidelines_0.pdf

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