Our online forms are not available at this point as divisions/homerooms have not been finalized yet.
Please visit this page at a later date. Thank you!
Our school is very pleased to offer online forms for parents' convenience. Please review the table below with our teachers' names and divisions prior to filling out forms.
Botero / Patrick
Schwartz / Haworth
Papantoniou / Leaney
Vakenti / Leaney
Li / Damji
Thank you for your promptness in completing these online forms!
REQUIRED FORMS – 1 FORM PER CHILD PER YEAR
Must be completed at the start of each school year. Please visit the following link(s) prior to opening the School Policies form:
School Code of Conduct
To be completed at the start of each school year but only if your child has a medical concern.
Fill out form, print it and return it to your child's school.
To be completed once at each school level by parents and non-parents who are planning to volunteer at our school.
Note: you also need to drop off a criminal record check (CRC) at the school office. Contact the school to ensure your CRC is still valid or to request a referral form for a volunteer fee waiver. A CRC can be obtained by contacting the RCMP detachment in your city of residence: Coquitlam RCMP (604-945-1550) or the Port Moody Police (604-461-3456).
To be completed at the start of each school year by volunteers who are planning to transport students during school field trips.
Note: you will also need to drop off a driver's abstract and a criminal record check at the school office and complete a Volunteer Application form (once per school level). For your driver's abstract, either request online or call ICBC Customer Service. In either case, have document emailed directly to : LRichmond@sd43.bc.ca ICBC online: http://www.icbc.com , choose "Get your driver's record or abstract" ICBC Telephone: 1-800-950-1498
The Privately Owned Devices form is generally for Eagle Ridge staff only. If your child needs network access for their educational program, please contact our school principal.To be completed at the start of each school year by staff or students planning to use privately owned devices (laptops, iPods, Blackberries, etc.) by connecting them to the district wireless or wired network.
To be completed when your child is going to be away from school.