A New Way to Register For School
A new convenient and streamlined
New Registration Process
A New Way to Register For School
A new convenient and streamlined process to register your child in Nanaimo Ladysmith Public Schools will begin on January 11, 2017.
The following information will help determine if this process will apply to you. If your answer is yes to any of the following questions, you will register through the new online registration process:
Is my child new to Nanaimo Ladysmith Public Schools?
Do I have a child that will be turning five years old on or before December 31, 2017?
Do I want to register my child in French Immersion?
Do I want to register my child in Late French Immersion?
Do I want to register my child at Departure Bay Eco-School?
Do I want to register my child in secondary academies? (Hockey, Soccer, Beach Volleyball, Lacrosse, Baseball, Performing Arts or Jazz)
Do I want to apply for a school transfer request (out-of-catchment)?
Before you begin, you will need the following:
A valid email address
Photo or scan showing proof of citizenship (ie. Birth certificate)
Photo or scan showing proof of Canadian residency (ie. Mortgage or bank statement, utility bill, driver’s license, etc.)
Online registration will begin on Wednesday, January 11, 2017 at 8 a.m.Pacific Standard Time.
Early and Late French Immersion, and Departure Bay Eco-school students will have until January 31, 2017 to register online. Student selection will once again be determined by lottery, with parents being notified by Friday, February 3, 2016.
New Academy, Out-of-Catchment and Out of District student registrations will be prioritized by date and time submitted online.
Did you know that the Nanaimo Ladysmith Public Schools District h
District Mobile App
Did you know that the Nanaimo Ladysmith Public Schools District has a mobile app? To make sure you receive the most up-to-date notifications from our school or from the district, download the app on your Apple or Android device.
Frank J Ney PAC has a Facebook Page. It is for the parents of stu
Message from the PAC
Frank J Ney PAC has a Facebook Page. It is for the parents of students who are currently attending Frank .J Ney Elementary School.
We hope that this addition to our current communication formats will allow us to reach the parents and students of our school in a quick and efficient manner. This will not be our only method of communication but will be simply be an addition to our existing formats.
All posts and information placed in this group will be only available to the group members. It is our intent that this group be a private and secure way to share current information with the parents of our students who use Facebook as a communication tool.
If you wish to become a member, please send your request with the name and teacher of your child so that we may confirm attendance at FJN. Feel free to share the link with other parents as this will only grow by word of mouth.
It is important for students to be safe at school and to recogniz
Student Dress Code
It is important for students to be safe at school and to recognize that they are in a place of work for employees and learning for themselves and fellow students. We rely on the good sense of the students and their parents rather than a strict code and expect that parents and students use common sense in dressing for school. The guidelines include:
Footwear is required of everyone on the premises.
Clothes with obscene language, graphics, sexual connotations, promoting violence or racism or with drug and alcohol messages are not acceptable.
Hats/hoodies/toques are not to be worn during assemblies.
Cleanliness, neatness and interest in personal appearance are encouraged.
Beachwear and revealing clothing are not appropriate. Tops should cover backs, shoulders, chests and stomachs. The bottoms of tops should cover the tops of pants. Skirt/shorts should be of modest length. Underwear should not be exposed.
Students who wear clothing that is not appropriate will be asked to put on appropriate clothing, and parents will be notified.
In matters of concern regarding student dress, the paramount authority rests with the Principal.
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