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PRINCIPAL'S MESSAGE - Vancouver School Board
Killarney Secondary *
                       6454 Killarney Street * Vancouver, BC V5S 2X7
                          Phone: 604-713-8950 * Fax: 604-713-8949
                                                                                                            SEPTEMBER 2020

PRINCIPAL’S MESSAGE
                   It is my pleasure, as the Principal of Killarney Secondary, to welcome all students, parents, and staff at the start of
                    another school year. This year, like the end of last year, will be different because of the Covid-19 pandemic necessitat-
                    ing changes to school structures to maximize the health and safety for our school community. Some of the key lessons
                     learned from last Spring include the difficulty of juggling 8 courses online and the importance of face-to-face classes for
                      social connection and mental well-being. As a result, this year the school District has moved to a quarter system
                      which will see most students completing 2 courses at a time in 10-week chunks. In addition, daily face-to-face
                       instruction and remote learning are incorporated into the schedule. For further details please see my
                        August 26, 2020 letter. https://www.vsb.bc.ca/schools/killarney/About-Us/Publications/Documents/sbfile/200827/
                        Aug%2026%20-%20KGill%20-%20Letter%20to%20Parents%20and%20Students%20-%20re%20Sept%20start.pdf

The coming year will still be filled with promise and anticipation for a new cohort of grade eight students beginning their high school
career, for junior students challenging themselves to greater achievement and excellence in the higher grades, for new arrivals to Canada
getting ready to study and learn in a new environment, and for the graduating students of 2021 beginning the final chapter of their
secondary school experience.

Included in this newsletter you will find important information relating to school opening procedures. Please note the contents carefully
and do not hesitate to contact the school if you have any questions or inquiries.

I thank Killarney parents in advance for their support of school programs and activities. The Killarney Parent Advisory Committee
(KPAC) serves the dual role of connecting parents to the school and of providing education around a variety of issues connected to
parenting high-school age children. Families who are new to our school community are encouraged to participate in meetings organized by
KPAC. It is an excellent way to learn about the school and to network with other parents.

As the school year unfolds please visit the school website https://www.vsb.bc.ca/schools/killarney/Pages/default.aspx on a regular basis to
check for updated information and/or announcements. This will be even more important than ever as some of our large, in-person
gatherings will not be possible. The calendar tab can be used to access a monthly Google calendar which provides the most up-to-date
calendar information. In addition, the free Killarney School App will once again provide students and parents with timely information
regarding all the events in our busy school!

For the 2020-21 school year staff will continue to refine the adoption of redesigned provincial curricula. A new approach to curriculum
delivery also necessitates a re-examination of assessment. To this end, Killarney’s school growth plan for this year will continue with the
inquiry into the relationship between relevant, authentic assessment and the fostering of student growth and investment. This is connected
to the school’s broader mission of providing an environment within which all learners can be successful. We look forward to further
advancing this approach to learning as another school year begins.

       IMPORTANT MESSAGE TO ALL PARENTS….
  LETTER OF INTENT TO RETURN LATE TO SCHOOL
    Please be advised that a form needs to be completed for any
             student(s) who expect to return to school
   LATER THAN noon on Thursday, September 10, 2020

  Note: If the school cannot verify your child’s attendance at school by
Thursday, September 10, 2020, your child’s space will be given to another
                     student on the school’s waitlist.
                                                                               “The best and most beautiful things in the world
          NOTICE OF LATE RETURN FORM HERE:                                      cannot be seen or even touched—they must be
 https://www.vsb.bc.ca/schools/killarney/Families/Forms/Documents/               felt with the heart. Alone we can do so little;
  sbfile/200831/2-Notice%20of%20Late%20Return%20Form%20-%                        together we can do so much.” - Helen Keller
                         20FILLABLE_1.pdf
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Student Timetable / Schedules can be viewed on the
       MyEd Family Portal beginning on September 8th

          QUARTERLY SCHEDULE                                                          AGENDA FOR:

 QUARTER 1                    September 14, 2020 to                     Thursday, September 10:
                                                                  Students in their 1-1 (Group A) class will meet their
                               November 17, 2020                           teacher from 8:40 am—10:25 am.
 QUARTER 2                    November 18, 2020 to
                                 February 3, 2021                 Students in their 1-1 (Group B) class will meet their
 QUARTER 3                     February 4, 2021 to                         teacher from 1:18 pm—3:03 pm.
                                  April 23, 2021
 QUARTER 4                       April 27, 2021 to                            Friday, September 11:
                                                                  Students in their 1-2 (Group A) class will meet their
                                  June 29, 2021                              teacher from 8:40—10:25 am.

                                                                  Students in their 1-2 (Group B) class will meet their
       REGULAR BELL SCHEDULE                                                  teacher from 1:18—3:03 pm.
  Session 1                 8:40 am – 10:25 am
                                                                It is important for students to attend these orientation
 Flex Time A                 10:30 am – 11:30 am                sessions as the teacher and school will share key infor-
    Lunch                    11:35 am – 12:15 pm                mation around Quarter #1 classes and school opening.
                    (Staff-In-school) (Students-at home)
                                                                            Monday, September 14:
 Flex Time B                 12:15 pm – 1:15 pm                               Official First Day of Quarter #1
  Session 2                  1:18 pm – 3:03 pm

 COLLABORATIVE DAY SCHEDULE                                         2020—2021 Killarney School Calendar
                                                                         Specific Provincial Dates & District Closure Days
 Session 1                   8:40 am – 10:25 am                School opens                    Tuesday, September 8, 2020
Flex Time A                 10:30 am – 11:00 am                Thanksgiving Day                Monday, October 12, 2020
Collab Time                 11:00 am – 11:30 am                Remembrance Day                 Monday, November 11, 2020

   Lunch                    11:35 am – 12:15 pm                Last day before Winter Break    Friday, December 18, 2020

                   (Staff-In-school) (Students-at home)        Winter Vacation Period          December 21—January 1, 2021

Collab Time                 12:15 pm – 12:45 pm                Reopens after Winter            Monday, January 4, 2021
                                                               Family Day                      Monday, February 15, 2021
Flex Time B                  12:45 pm – 1:15 pm
                                                               Last day before Spring Break    Friday, March 12, 2021
 Session 2                    1:18 – 3:03 pm
                                                               Spring Vacation Period          March 15—19, 2021
                                                               District School Closure         March 22—26, 2021
We highly recommend that you visit these regularly:
                                                               Reopens after Spring            Monday, March 29, 2021
                      OUR WEBSITE:                             Good Friday                     Friday, April 2, 2021
  https://www.vsb.bc.ca/schools/killarney/Pages/default.aspx
                                                               Easter Monday                   Monday, April 5, 2021
  on a regular basis to check important updates and to our
                                                               Victoria Day                    Monday, May 24, 2021

      OUR KILLARNEY GOOGLE CALENDAR:                           Closing Day                     Friday, June 30, 2021
 https://www.vsb.bc.ca/schools/killarney/About-Us/Killarney-        PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT DAYS
            Google-Calendar/Pages/default.aspx                         September 25, October 23, November 27,
                                                                           January 18, February 15, April 26.
      KILLARNEY QUARTERLY CALENDAR:                                             COLLABORATIVE TIME
      In progress at the time of preparing this newsletter.
           It will be included as soon as it is finalized.             September 17, October 15, November 20,
                                                                        December 10, January 14, February 10,
                                                                          March 11, April 15, May 13, June 10.
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PARENT / STUDENT INFORMATION—GENERAL

                      LOCKERS                                         LOST / STOLEN ITEMS
     Lockers will NOT be issued to                                    In this day and age of expensive electronics, all
  students at this time. Students are                                 students must make a concerted effort to watch
                                                                      over their own belongings AT ALL TIMES.
   expected to bring their materials
     to and from school each day.                                     • Ensure that you have your valuables secured with
   Accommodations can be made in                                        YOU at all times OR don’t bring them to school.
                                                                      • Do not expect your friends to watch over your
        special circumstances.                                          things.
 Please contact your child’s resource                                 • Since there are no lockers being issued this year,
         teacher or counsellor.                                         it is more important to be vigilant about your
                                                                        belongings.
                                                                      • Do not leave your valuables at ANY time during
                                                                        school.

                                                                      In the event of theft or loss, ALL students are asked
                                                                      to report to the office and fill out a form for the lost
                                                                      item in case it is returned. Thanks to
                                                                      honorable citizens, items can sometimes be
                                                                      returned to their owners. However, there is no
                                                                      guarantee. The school is not responsible for lost or
                                                                      stolen items.

                                     ONLINE KILLARNEY FORMS
     Due to CoVID protocols, we have had to create an easier way for our parents to provide the data we need.
              Instead of filling out several different forms, you only need to fill out ONE! Click here:
       https://www.vsb.bc.ca/schools/killarney/Families/Forms/Pages/default.aspx?
                      rf=b56c7f20-c4ed-4e33-a314-414c1cb74228
Paper versions of the following forms are available in the office for pick up if you are unable to use a computer.

1)     Medical Emergency (* MANDATORY—if your child has a medical condition)
2)     Permission for Administration of Medication (* MANDATORY—if your child needs assisted medication)
3)     VSB-Media-CASL Consent Form (* MANDATORY—to confirm parental permission regarding media / photos, etc)
4)     Reunification Authorization Form (* MANDATORY—to confirm who is allowed to pick up a student in an emergency)
5)     Update to Student Data Form (* OPTIONAL—if there are any changes to your parental data, addresses, emails)
6)     Notice of Late Return Form (* OPTIONAL—if your child is not going to be attending on Sept 10 or 11)
7)     Extended Vacation Form (* OPTIONAL—if your family is still on vacation before September 10 or 11)
8)     Absence Note (* MANDATORY—if your child is absent at any time during the year)

                                                  Food4School Lunch programs are for students who are hungry at school and
                                                  experience food insecurity from home. Started at the beginning of the CoVID
                                                  lockdowns in March, this program is different because there are NO FEES collected
                                                  from families for the Food4School program. Food4School is intended for children
                                                  who are NOT provided with food from home and cannot pay for food at
                                                  school. Funding is provided by the Provincial CommunityLINK grant. There is an
                                                  enrolment cap based on the Social Service Index Data for each school.
                                                  Once an application is received, it must be reviewed on an individual basis before
                                                  approval by the Principal. Print out application here:
                                                  https://www.vsb.bc.ca/schools/killarney/Families/Forms/Documents/sbfile/200901/
                                                  F4S%20Registration%20Form%202020-21.pdf
ATTENTION: To those students who have been picking up lunches after Spring Break, the program will be resuming for you as
of Thursday, September 10, 2020. Please go to the cafeteria to pick up your bagged lunch on Thursday. If you had opted for the
weekly grocery bag, distribution of these will resume on Tuesday, September 15, 2020.
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STUDENTS WITH MEDICAL CONDITIONS
                         Parents & Guardians, please ensure that the school is informed of any medical condition that may require emer-
                         gency care at school ie: anaphylaxis, diabetes, seizures and severe asthma, serious heart conditions. This infor-
                         mation will be kept in the office and shared with appropriate school staff. You are responsible for ensuring that
                         the school is informed of any changes to medical information or emer-
                         gency contact information throughout the year.

                         Please assist us in keeping our records current by
                         completing the enclosed MEDICAL INFORMATION FORM.
                         Please go to: https://survey.vsb.bc.ca/TakeSurvey.aspx?
                         SurveyID=l2KI376M
                         Students in Grade 9 to 12 need to inform us of any changes to their
                         medical condition. Forms are available from the main office for pick up
                         and is accessible online from our website .

                         It is strongly recommended that students who carry emergency medi-
                                       cations such as inhalers, epi-pens or diabetic emergency
                                       kits keep these medications or supplies with them at all
                                       times in a fanny pack, purse or back pack which travels to
                                       class and on field trips with them. Emergency supplies/
                                       medications stored in lockers will delay access to the med-
                                       ication during an emergency. Some parents choose to
                                       keep an extra epi-pen or inhaler in the First Aid room. If
                                       this option is chosen, parents are responsible for checking expiry dates and providing new supplies
                                       as needed. Please see and speak with the First Aid Attendants to make arrangements.

                                     Also, a “Medication Administration” form completed by a physician is required for any
                                     medication being dispensed by a school staff member. Copies of these forms are avail-
                                     able from the office. Click here: https://www.vsb.bc.ca/schools/killarney/Families/
                                     Forms/Documents/sbfile/200218/Permission%20to%20give%20Medication.pdf

                                     Additionally, if there are specific concerns about a student’s health in a particular class, for example,
                                     P.E. for a student who has seizures or Foods class for a student with anaphylaxis to peanuts, please
                                     communicate this information directly to the appropriate teacher and grade counselor. A Commu-
                                     nity Health Nurse is available to discuss health concerns upon request from school staff, parents or
                                     students. A Community Health Nurse can be reached by calling South Community Health Office at

WEBSITE:         killarneysecondary.com                   Official website for Killarney Secondary School

FACEBOOK         facebook.com/killarneysec                Official facebook page for Killarney Secondary School

TWITTER          twitter.com/killarneysec                 Official twitter page for Killarney Secondary School—linked to Face-
                                                          book page.

APP              killarney.appazur.com                    Official app for Killarney Secondary School—linked to Facebook page.

MYEd             https://www.myeducation.gov.bc.ca/ Shared access for family / student to obtain report cards and find out
                 aspen/logon.do                     about student progress, Password resets can be done on your own by
                                                    using a temporary password sent to your VSB email only. Your Grade
                                                    VP or office personnel can assist if you have difficulty resetting.

MYBlueprint      www.myblueprint.ca                       Career and educational planning website used to deliver the content of
                                                          certain courses like Planning 10, Career and Life Education, and Career
                                                          Education 8/9. It is also a tool for students to reflect on Core Compe-
                                                          tencies.

OFFICE 365       https://govsb.ca/o365login               Needed to access everyday learning, school assignments, presentations
                                                          and access to your VSB email. Student emails are as follows:
                                                          student #@learn.vsb.bc.ca
SCHOOL CASH https://vsb.schoolcashonline.com              To make online payments directly to the school.
ONLINE
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1) SCHOOL SUPPLEMENTAL FEES—2020—2021                                                                                                                           Important Information – Please Translate
 Description                                         Grade 8                   Grade 9           Grade 10                 Grade 11               Grade 12                    這是一份重要資訊 — 請找人為您翻譯
 Student Fee:                                         $30.00                   $30.00               $30.00                   $30.00                 $30.00
                                                                                                                                                                             这是一份重要信息 — 请找人为您翻译
                            Student Fee includes: ID card, leadership, school activities
                                                                                                                                                                             Thông tin quan trọng - Xin phiên dịch
 LOCK (if needed)                                                              $10.00               $10.00                   $10.00                 $10.00
                                                                                                                                                                    Mahalagang Impormasyon - Paki sali sa sariling wika
 PE Strip (optional)                                  $30.00                   $30.00               $30.00                   $30.00                 $30.00                Información importante - Por favor traducir
 Pay PE Teacher
 Yearbook (optional)                                  $40.00                   $40.00               $40.00                   $40.00                 $40.00
                                                                                                                                                                COMBINATION LOCKS—As lockers are not being issued at
 Grad Fee: incl. facility rental, awards/ trophy engraving, 2 tickets, gown rental &                                                                $60.00
 cleaning, hat/tassel, misc. ceremony costs, décor, photographer & ceremony photo.                                                                              this time, combination locks are not required or being sold.
 Dinner / Dance (Grade 12) – meal, security, entertainment – prices vary                                                                                TBA
                                                                                                                                                                PE STRIP - At Killarney, shorts and t-shirts are expected to be
                                                                                                                                                                worn by all students in P.E. classes. An optional cost of $30.00 may
                                                                                                                                                                be paid to purchase a Killarney grey t-shirt and black shorts.
 2) COURSE SUPPLEMENTAL FEES—2020—2021
                                                                                                                                                                YEARBOOK— Each year the school publishes a Yearbook
                     The following fees, if applicable, are to be paid directly to the                                                                          composed and edited by students. The purchase of the Yearbook is
                          subject teacher during the first week of the course.
                                                                                                                                                                optional. It may be ordered in September with registration for
ART                                                                                 SCIENCE                                                                     $40.00. Copies purchased in November or later are $50.00
Art 8 (Sketchbook) ............................................ $10                 All Science Courses ..................................... No fee
Art 9 (optional enhanced supplies) ................... $25
Art 10 (optional enhanced supplies).................. $25
Art 11 (optional enhanced supplies).................. $30                           PE                                                                          CHEQUES—Please make cheques payable to:
Art 12 (optional enhanced supplies).................. $30                           All PE Courses ............................................. No fee         Killarney Secondary School and record the student number,
Art Careers/Advanced/Portfolio ......................... $35                        (May charge for optional activities)
AP Art (supplies & exam) .................................. $35                                                                                                 name and address on the back of the cheque. This is particularly
Graphics 10/11/12 (supplies) .......... $25 / $30 / $30
                                                                                    CERTIFICATION PROGRAMS
                                                                                                                                                                important if the student’s name is different from the parent name on
PHOTOGRAPHY                                                                         (Fees may be charged for optional certification                             the cheque. If you have more than one student attending Killarney
Photography 9 (photo paper) ........................ $20                            programs ie: SuperHost, FoodSafe, Quantum)
Photography 10 (photo paper) ........................ $20                                                                                                       Secondary, please make out a separate cheque for each student.
Photography 11 (photo paper) ........................ $30                           Home Economics (Foodsafe 1 Certificate) ..........$30
Photography 12 (photo paper) ........................ $30                           Tourism 11 & 12 .........................................................
                                                                                     SuperHost, FoodSafe or Quantum .................. $50                      SUPPLEMENTARY FEES—The Ministry of Education pro-
DRAMA
( * Supplemental cost on individual projects):                                      CISCO Networking Program ............................... $50                vides as allocation to School Boards for basic instructional materi-
Drama 8—12 .................................................No fee                  (CCNA 1&2—CISCO Networking Certificates)                                    als. In accordance with Bill 20, fees are not permissible for the
Drama for Film & TV * .................................No fee
                                                                                    CISCO Networking Program ............................... $30                following:
ELECTRONIC DATA PUBLISHING…….....No fee                                             (CCNA 3&4—CISCO Networking Certificates)                                    1. Any resources or materials deemed essential for completion of
MATH and IT Courses                                                                 PE—(First Aid Certificate) ....................................$20               courses leading to graduation.
Networking 11 & 12 (Cybersecurity Comp.) ... $25
Linux .................................................................. $25                                                                                    2. Mandatory, curricular field trips.
                                                                                    REFUNDABLE WORKBOOK DEPOSITS                                                3. Teachers on Call for mandatory field trip purposes.
MUSIC                                                                               (Deposits may be charged)
Music 9-12 (Band/Choir) ...............................No fee                                                                                                   4. Course fee for required resources.
(Deposits may be collected for uniforms, sheet music,                               Accounting .......................................................... $30
rentals)                                                                            Applications of Math 12/Calculus 12
Choir 8—12 (Sheet Music deposit) .................. $10                               Calculator Deposit ........................................... $20
Strings 8—12 ...............................................No fee                  Beginner’s Spanish 11 & Spanish 11 ........................
Band 8, 9, 10 (Method Book deposit)............... $10                                Workbook Deposit ........................................... $16
                                                                                    ELL—Level 1 Workbook Deposit ........................ $45
HOME ECONOMICS                                                                      ELL—Grammar Workbook Deposit .................... $30
( * Supplemental cost on individual projects):                                      French 8—12 Workbook Deposit ...........................$5
Home Economics 8............................................. $5
Foods 9/10 (better ingredients, labs) .............. $35
Foods 11/12 (better ingredients, labs) ............ $45
                                                                                    Optional Field Trips/Activities—Fees may be charged
                                                                                                                                                                      FINANCIAL HARDSHIP POLICY
Culinary Arts 12 ................................................ $45
TAC 10 / CT 10 * .........................................No fee                             For any courses not listed, the
                                                                                                                                                                The Board of Education Trustees is committed to ensuring that no
Textiles 10—12 * ............................................. $20                       assumption is NO FEE will be charged.                                  school-age student will be denied an opportunity to participate in
Fashion Construction 12 * ............................... $20
Interpersonal & Family Relationships 1 .......No fee                                                                                                              a course, class or program because of an inability to pay fees.
                                                                                                For all courses there may be a
Human Services ...........................................No fee
Hospitality & Tourism ....................................No fee                                 supplemental cost based on                                      Parents and guardians unable to pay some or all of school fees
                                                                                                      individual projects.                                        are invited to speak to their child’s teacher, school counselor,
TECH ED
( * Supplemental cost on individual projects):                                                                                                                                      and/or the school Principal.
Drating 9-12 * ...............................................No fee
Tech Ed 8 * ........................................................ $5
Electronics * .................................................No fee                                                                                               APPLICATION FOR SUBSIDY FORM HERE:
Tech Ed 9—12 * ..........................................No fee
Jewellry 9—12 * ...........................................No fee
                                                                                                                                                                   https://www.vsb.bc.ca/schools/killarney/Families/Forms/
Woodwork 9/10 * .........................................No fee                                                                                                       Documents/sbfile/200218/Subsidy%20Form%20-%
Woodwork 11/12 ...........................................No fee
Metal 9—12...................................................No fee                                                                                                                 20KILLARNEY.pdf
Robotics * ....................................................No fee
Auto ...............................................................No fee
(Deposits may be collected for safety glasses/
coveralls)
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ATTENDANCE—WE CARE!
Regular attendance is required of all students. If students are marked absent for one class or more, the “School Messenger” Computer system
will call home.

Why is attendance so important?
Short Term: Studies show that students that are late or absent from school earn lower grades.
Long Term: Studies show that students who are late and absent from school tend to, once over 25 years old; get fired from work more often, earn less money,
hold more jobs for a shorter period of time, and have a far greater chance of being involved with our court system. We need you to be in class and on time each
day!

Handwritten early dismissals due to field trips or team sports must be shown to the subject teacher then brought to the office when the student
signs out. Students who become ill during the school day must report to the medical room in the office. The first aid attendant may need to
contact the parent and advise the parent of the student’s condition. Please provide correct contact numbers for this purpose in the event of an
emergency.

All students leaving the school during the day MUST sign out at the office.
Parents/guardians are welcome to phone the appropriate counsellor to check a student’s attendance record.

REPORTING AN ABSENCE
Clock here for the form: https://www.vsb.bc.ca/schools/killarney/Families/Forms/Documents/sbfile/200211/ABSENCE%20NOTE%20-
%20SEPT%202019.pdf

Please report student absences as follows:
   • By phone (604-713-8950) - Absences taken by phone are adjusted on the computer system usually within the same day, unless data
   • entry is delayed for any reason.
   • By email—Some teachers request a call or an email. Please check our staff email directly
      to send an email to the appropriate teacher.
   • By note—Please use the paper note that is available to print from our website.
   • Students may pick up an absence note from the office as well. These notes provide more
      detailed and accurate data for us to input. Thank you for your cooperation.
   • Signing out—If a student is ill during school hours, they must come to the office to sign
      out. Prior to them leaving, they will be asked to contact their parent for permission.
   • Signing in—If a student has missed any classes due to an appointment, they must sign in
      at the office when they arrive at the school. A note would also be beneficial to show their
      teachers why they were absent.
   • Field Trips—The teacher is asked to
      compile a list of attendees for field trips             Print out the paper form
      based on forms returned to them.                          ABSENCE NOTE
      These lists are then forwarded to the           fill out and bring to the teacher when
      office for data entry. If no list was
      received, you may get a call through our          they return to school from illness.
      automated system.
   • Automated message—You will receive an automated message if your son/daughter
      has missed a class at any time of the school day. To correct any errors, you must con-
      tact the teacher who marked them absent.

                       A comprehensive booklet from the Vancouver School Board website dated August 26, 2020
                              with regard to CoVID protocols throughout the Vancouver school district.
                         https://www.vsb.bc.ca/News/Documents/SafetyPlanProtocols.pdf
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Click on “Pay a school
 fee” to get started

              WEBSITE:
       Killarneysecondary.com
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For safety and efficiency reasons, the Vancouver School Board would like to reduce the amount of cash and number of cheques coming into our
schools. Please join the many parents who have already registered for the convenience of paying online; it takes less than five minutes. After
following the easy, step-by-step instructions below, you will begin to receive email notifications regarding your child(ren)’s upcoming events.

NOTE: If you require assistance, select the SUPPORT option in the top right hand corner of the screen.

Step 1: Register
a) If you have not registered, please go to the School Cash Online

   home page https://vsb.schoolcashonline.com
   and select the “Get Started Today” option.

b) Complete each of the three Registration Steps
   *For Security Reasons your password, requires 8 characters,
    one             letter, one          letter and a number.

Step 2: Confirmation Email
A registration confirmation email will be forwarded to you. Click on the link provided
inside the email to confirm your email and School Cash Online account. The confirma-
tion link will open the School Cash Online site prompting you to sign into your account.
Use your email address and password just created with your account.

Step 3: Find Student
This step will connect your children to your account. a) Enter
the School Board Name.
b) Enter the School Name.
c) Enter Your Child’s Usual First Name, Last Name and Birth Date. d) Select
Continue.
   e) On the next page confirm that you are related to the child, check in the Agree
   box and select Continue.
f) Your child has been added to your account.

Step 4: View Items or Add Another Student
If you have more children, select “Add                    and repeat the steps above. 8 children can be added to one parent account. If you do not
wish to add additional children, select “View Items for          option. A listing of available items for purchase will be displayed.

Copyright © 1996 - 2016 KEV Group                                                                           School Cash Online – Parent Registration
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