Registration for 2021/2022 School Year

Kindergarten Registration

Kindergarten Registration for Gibson catchment area students entering Kindergarten in September 2021/22 will take place in the month of February, 2022.  Please check our website for more information at the beginning of February.

Free Parent Workshop – Preparing for Kindergarten – explore the skills and abilities that will help your child have a successful start to school, and learn strategies to make the transition as smooth as possible.

You can pick up Registration Forms at the office or they are available on the Delta School District website as follows:
Registration form is available here
Non-Catchment students apply here
Non-District students apply here

Other important information:

* Please visit the website below to view the Canadian Foundation for Economic Education’s Building Futures Planning Guide.

Registration for 2021/2022 Grade 1 to 7

If you are new to Delta and live in our catchment area and would like to register your children for the school year starting in September 2020, please come in to the office to register your child as soon as possible anytime after February 7th.

Documents Required for Registration (please bring originals):

  • Appropriate Proof of Citizenship or status in Canada for both students and parents, and appropriate proof of age for students:
    –  Original Birth Certificate,
    –  Passport,
    –  Baptismal Certificate
    –  Immigration or Refugee Documentation
  • Appropriate Proof of Residence:
    –  Purchase Agreement or Current Year Property Tax Receipt
    –  Rental or Lease agreement
    –  Current Month Rental Receipt showing address, or Letter from Landlord with a copy of one of the following showing rental address:
    –  Valid Driver’s License
    –  Utility Bill
    –  Income Tax Assessment
    –  Bank Statement
    –  Credit Card Statement
    –  Government Issued Cheque
    –  Vehicle Ownership Papers
    –  Insurance Certificate
  • For KN Registrations – Immunization Record – if Immunizations were not done through Fraser Health