Please bring in the following along with your printed registration form:
Student Primary Residence Information
Parent Contact Information (if different from above)
Emergency Contact 1
Emergency Contact 2
Physician and Medical Information
Previous School 1
Previous School 2
PERMISSION TO POST PHOTOGRAPHS AND SAMPLES OF WORK ON THE SCHOOL BULLETIN BOARDS, IN THE MONTHLY NEWS LETTER AND ON THE SHOOL WEBSITE
Adventist Christian Elementary School has developed a school website and you can access the site on the Internet. This website contains information about the school community and can be visited by anyone in any part of the world who has access to the Internet.
Adventist Christian Elementary School may wish to display a photograph (for example, a team photograph or your child participating in a small group activity) or a sample of your child’s work on the school website. This will be accessible on the Internet. Adventist Christian Elementary School may also wish to display a photograph and samples of work on the bulletin boards and in the monthly newsletters.
There may be a reason why some families do not want their child’s photograph or work displayed. In order to comply with these wishes, all parents are asked to return the form at the bottom of this page to the school. Your selection will be in effect until your child leaves the school or until you sign a new form indicating the required change.
PARENT/GUARDIAN CONSENT FOR STUDENT TRAVEL
Curricular and extra-curricular field trips are provided by the school as a part of the program to enrich the course of studies through observation of “real world” situations, or as a logical extension of participating in an extra-curricular program provided by the school.
Parents will be informed in advance of any field trips that are planned during the year.
The purpose of this form is to request your parental authorization for your child to participate in the local (not overnight) field trips that are planned for your child while they are a student at Adventist Christian Elementary School.
No student will be allowed to attend a field trip without the written consent of the parent/guardian.
All school rules will apply while students are on field trips and that any field trip will be planned according to the policies of Adventist Christian Elementary School and guidelines provided by the Ontario Conferences, Office of Education.
STUDENT USE OF TECHNOLOGY AGREEMENT AND RELEASE OF LIABILITY FORM
Adventist Christian Elementary School authorizes students to use technology owned or otherwise provided by the school as necessary for instructional purposes. The use of school technology is a privilege permitted at the school’s discretion and is subject to the conditions and restrictions set forth in applicable Board policies, administrative regulations, and this Acceptable Use Agreement. The school reserves the right to suspend access at any time. The school expects all students to use technology responsibly in order to avoid potential problems and liability. The school may place reasonable restrictions on the sites, material, and/or information that students may access through the system. Each student who is authorized to use school technology and his/her parent/guardian shall sign this Acceptable Use Agreement as an indication that they have read and understand the agreement.
School technology includes, but is not limited to, computers, the school’s computer network including servers and wireless computer networking technology (Wi-Fi), the Internet, email, USB drives, wireless access points (routers), tablet computers, smartphones and smart devices, telephones, cellular telephones, personal digital assistants, pagers, MP3 players, wearable technology, any wireless communication device including emergency radios, and/or future technological innovations.
Student Obligations and Responsibilities
Students are expected to use school technology safely, responsibly, and for educational purposes only. The student in whose name school technology is issued is responsible for its proper use at all times. Students shall not share their assigned online services account information, passwords, or other information used for identification and authorization purposes, and shall use the system only under the account to which they have been assigned. Students are prohibited from using school technology for improper purposes, including, but not limited to: 1. Access, post, display, or otherwise use material that is discriminatory, libellous, defamatory, obscene, explicit, or disruptive. 2. Bully, harass, intimidate, or threaten student peers, staff, or other individuals ("cyberbullying"). 3. Disclose, use, or disseminate personal identification information (such as name, address, telephone number, Social Insurance Number, or other personal information) of another student, staff member, or other person with the intent to threaten, intimidate, harass, or ridicule that person. 4. Infringe on copyright, license, trademark, patent, or other intellectual property rights. 5. Intentionally disrupt or harm school technology (such as destroying equipment, placing a virus on computers, adding or removing a computer program without permission from a teacher, changing settings on shared computers). 6. Install unauthorized software. 7. "Hack" into the system to manipulate data of the school or other users. 8. Engage in or promote any practice that is unethical or violates any law or Board policy, administrative regulation, or school practice.
Since the use of school technology is intended for educational purposes, the school reserves the right to monitor and record the use of district technology, including, but not limited to, access to the Internet or social media, communications sent or received from school technology, or other uses. Such monitoring/recording may occur at any time without prior notice for any legal purposes including, but not limited to, record retention and distribution and/or investigation of improper, illegal, or prohibited activity. Students should be aware that, in most instances, their use of school technology (such as web searches and emails) cannot be erased or deleted. All passwords created for or used on any school technology are the sole property of the school.
Consequences for Violation
Violations of the law, Board policy, or this agreement may result in revocation of a student's access to school technology and/or discipline, up to and including suspension or expulsion.