SCHOOL FEES for (2022-2023)
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| GENERAL $35.00 SUPPLY FEE SUPPLEMENTARY FEES The Vancouver School Board offers the service of purchasing basic school supplies in bulk at wholesale prices and passing the cost savings on to families. The School Supply Fee for 2022 – 2023 is $35.00 per student. This fee covers basic consumable school supplies used for students’ personal use such as paper, writing tools, glue sticks, erasers, exercise books and art supplies. Supplies are provided for the full year. |
Student Agenda/Planner – $7 (Grades 1-7) Students at (insert school name) will be using an Agenda/Planner in grades 1-7. School agendas/planners are a valuable tool for teaching children how to organize and plan for school. While students are not required to have an agenda/planner it is designed to assist students with the skills of organization and time management and is a very useful communication tool often used between teachers and families.
Performance Fee – TBA This supplementary fee supports the school in bringing in talented and professional theatrical and musical performers that align with a particular educational theme. As performances are arranged, parents may be asked to contribute. The typical cost per student per performance is $5-8.
Activity Fee – TBA (where applicable) During the school year, and as permissible under Provincial and District Health and Safety protocols and direction, non-curricular activities may be offered to students wth nominal fees. Program fees will be published at that time.
Field Studies – To be determined throughout the school year at the classroom level Throughout the school year, and as permissible under Provincial and District Health and Safety protocols and direction, your child’s teacher may plan supplementary learning opportunities at locations outside of the school and request monies towards entrance fees, transportation or equipment rental. Your child’s teacher will communicate this information to you directly.
FINANCIAL HARDSHIP As a reminder, the Vancouver School Board will not deny a child access to the school supplies required for his or her educational program because of financial hardship. Nor will any child be excluded from activities where a fee is charged. If at any time there is a financial challenge, please contact the school Principal, (Mrs. Teena Smith). All requests will be treated confidentially.