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ST. MICHAEL CATHOLIC SECONDARY SCHOOL
Grade 9 Course Selection for 2013 -2014
__________________________
Surname
_____________________ Male: □ Female: □
Given Name
Birth date: _____ / _____ / _____
YEAR
MONTH
Cell #: _______________________
DAY
Home Telephone #:_____________________ Business #:________________________
School Presently Attending: _______________________________________
Instructions:
- There are EIGHT (8) compulsory courses in our grade 9 Program,
- Please circle the appropriate level for the course codes below,
- Different levels are: Locally Developed (1L1), Applied (1P1), Academic (1D1).
- Levels are not required for Religion, Physical Education & Comprehensive Art (they are OPEN LEVEL courses.)
- Please read and sign the reverse side of this form entitled NETWORK USER APPLICATION AND AGREEMENT.
Please visit our web site for course descriptions: (www.dpcdsb.org/MICHS)
GR. 8 TEACHER
LOCALLY
DEVELOPED
APPLIED
ENGLISH
ENG 1L1
ENG 1P1
ENG 1D1
MATH
MAT 1L1
MFM 1P1
MPM 1D1
SCIENCE
SNC 1L1
SNC 1P1
SNC 1D1
GEOGRAPHY
CGC 1P1
CGC 1D1
FRENCH
FSF 1P1
FSF 1D1
SUBJECT
ACADEMIC
OPEN
RECOMMENDATION
RELIGION
HRE 1O1
PHYSICAL
EDUCATION
COMPREHENSIVE
ARTS
PPL 1OM—BOYS
PPL 1OF—GIRLS
ALC 1O1
PREFERRED METHOD OF PAYMENT:
A $60.00 STUDENT ACTIVITY FEE IS PAYABLE BY: CASH, CERTIFIED CHEQUE, OR MONEY ORDER.
MADE OUT TO ST. MICHAEL C.S.S.
YOUR FEE MUST BE INCLUDED WITH THIS FORM.
By signing this document I agree with the course selections listed above and consent to the conditions outlined below.
Student Signature: ___________________________________
Parent/Guardian Signature: _________________________________
Date:_____________________
________________________________________________________________________________________________________________
IMAGE RELEASE CONSENT: I understand that photographs, written work, video and audio recording, may be used, edited
and released to newspapers, radio, television and internet providers. I hereby release the Dufferin-Peel Catholic District School
Board and its employees and assignees from all claims resulting from the use, editing and release of any photograph, written work,
video and audio recording with respect to events/ activities at this school.
MUNICIPAL FREEDOM OF INFORMATION & PROTECTION ACT, 1989: Personal information on the form is
collected under legal authority of the Education Act, R.S.O. 19890, C. 129 and Health Cards and Numbers Control Act, 1991. This
information will be used for the purposes of: course selection and determination, & educational plan development. Questions
regarding this collection of personal information should be directed to: F. Scarcelli, Principal of St. Michael Catholic Secondary
School, 9130 Columbia Way, Bolton Ont. L7E-4G6. Telephone 905-951-8935
OFFICE USE ONLY:
IPRC
IEP
ESL
THE DUFFERIN-PEEL CATHOLIC DISTRICT SCHOOL BOARD
LE CONSEIL DES ECOLES SEPAREES CATHOLIQUES ROMAINES DE DUFFERIN ET PEEL
NETWORK USER APPLICATION AND AGREEMENT
Name of Student: ___________________________________________________________________________________
To be completed on first registration in The Dufferin-Peel CDSB
The Dufferin-Peel Catholic District School Board policy supports the use of the local and wide area networks for electronic
communication and the Board believes this to be an integral part of the school curriculum.
In addition to the school’s Code of Student Behavior and Discipline and to outline in some detail the responsibilities of the
school and The Dufferin-Peel Catholic District School Board, students using the school network are required to adhere to the
following rules:
1. These are the “Rules of Conduct” for Electronic Networks in the Dufferin-Peel CDSB schools, including Internet access.
2. The school reserves the right to change the rules at any time without notifying users. (Changes to rules will be posted.)
3. The school reserves the right to remove network access from any user who breaks these rules.
4. The school does NOT warrant that the functions will meet any specific requirements the student may have; nor that it will
be error free or uninterrupted; nor shall it be liable for any indirect, incidental, or consequent damages (including lost data
information or profits sustain or incurred in connection with the use of, operation of, or inability to use the system).
The student maintains responsibility for meeting all personal deadlines regardless of network availability.
5. The student is responsible for his/her actions while using the computer.
6. The student will not assist others in breaking these rules or be a party to others breaking these rules.
7. The student must not intentionally seek information, browse, obtain copies, modify files, or passwords belonging to others,
whether at the school or elsewhere, unless specifically authorized to do so by those individuals.
8. Consistent with Item # 7, the student will refrain from using or introducing to the school computer environment, whether
network or stand-alone, files, programs, or USBs known to contain viruses. In this spirit, the student will also regularly
check his/her files and USBs for viruses and endeavor to keep the computing system virus free.
9. The student must not try to obtain system privileges to which he/she is not entitled.
10. The student will not share his/her login password with others, nor attempt to learn or use logins and passwords which are
not his/her own.
11. The student must not exploit any gaps in security and, furthermore, must report these gaps immediately to his/her teacher.
12. The student must not seek or send images, sounds, or messages which might be considered inappropriate, obscene,
obscene abusive, offensive, harassing, illegal, or counsel to illegal activities.
13. A student who receives or encounters any of the materials indicated in item # 12 which makes him/her feel uncomfortable,
should report it to his/her teacher immediately.
14. The student is responsible for determining the copyright status of any program(s) or data used, and for respecting
intellectual property rights and the laws which govern them.
15. It is the student’s responsibility to back-up, save and maintain any of his/her information.
16. The student must abide by all federal, provincial, and local laws.
17. The school reserves the right to review, edit or remove any material stored on Board computer/network facilities.
18. The school will be the arbiter of what constitutes a violation of this Agreement.
I acknowledge that I have received and will abide by the Network User Application and Agreement and that this
Agreement remains in effect for the duration of the student’s tenure in this school system.
__________________________________________________
Print Student Name
__________________________________________________
Signature of Parent/Guardian
___________________________________________
Date
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