Host an International Student!
The International Student Program in the St. James-Assiniboia School Division is looking for families that are interested in opening their homes to an international student. Families are needed for students at all grade levels for a short-term (2-5 months) and long term (1 year) stay. Click here to learn more.
K-3 Class Size Report, September 2014
2014-2015 Report to the Community
Community Use Permits
The St. James-Assiniboia School Board promotes the use of school facilities and specified equipment in ways that optimize the use for educational, recreational, social, cultural and health by the local community and the City of Winnipeg.
Information on Community Use of Schools can be found in the following policies:
To apply for a Community Use of Schools Permit for the regular school year please print and complete:
To apply for a Community Use of School8Permit during Winter/Spring Break and Summer Holidays, please print and complete the form below. Permit applications for Summer 2015 must be submitted by Friday, May 9, 2015.
Completed applications forms should be submitted to the Permit Coordinator of the St. James-Assiniboia School Division, 2574 Portage Avenue, Winnipeg, MB R3J 0H8. Please contact our Permit Coordinator for any permit inquiries at 204-888-7951, or email email@example.com.
"Voluntary" Student Accident Insurance / Universal Student Accident Insurance
We believe that Student Accident Insurance continues to be an excellent value and encourage parents/guardians to participate in this program endorsed by the Manitoba Association of School Trustees. Click here for more information. Download coverage and benefit information on the school division’s Universal Student
Accident Insurance here. Download a claim form and information on how file a claim here. Claims must be filed/submitted by parents directly to the insurance company, IAP (Industrial Alliance Pacific). Questions should be directed to IAP at their toll free telephone number, 1-800-556-7411.
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