2021-2022 Waiting List Application Forms

Waiting list applications forms are now available and being accepted for the upcoming school year, 2021-2022.

Prior to submitting your waiting list application form, please read and understand the Admissions Policy to Our Lady of Mercy School.

You must also understand that the Waiting List Application is valid for one year only, from January 1, 2021 until Dec. 31, 2022.

Upon submission, you are consenting to Our Lady of Mercy School for collecting personal information that may include student identification information, birth certificate, parents work number, academic records, and information from the school and/or parish that my child and/or family attends or has attended. This information is required in order to assist the school in making decisions regarding interviews and acceptance of new families depending on available space.

Completed forms can be scanned and emailed, faxed, or dropped off in person to the school office.  Email address is [email protected]; fax number is 604-520-3194.

Gr. 1 – 7: Waiting List Application Form 2021-2022 School YearDownload

Reminder – Daily Health Check

All families are reminded that students are required to continue a Daily Health Check and to stay home if they are ill.

Should there ever be a health concern regarding COVID or any other health related issue, the schools are under the Fraser Health Authority and we take our direction from them.

Please continue to do your due diligence. As Dr. Bonnie Henry would say……
Be KIND, be CALM, be SAFE!

Sept. 2nd, 2020 – Question and Answer Bulletin

“Amid so many passing things, the Lord wants to remind us of what will remain forever: love, because God is Love”.
-Pope Francis

First and foremost, thank you for your support and for trusting my staff and me. The COVID-19 pandemic has impacted so many of us in a variety of ways and the start of the 2020-21 school year will look differently because of it. We are genuinely excited to have students return to school and to bring some normalcy back into your child’s life. Our plans prioritize student learning, safely maximize instructional time while strictly adhering to the Health and Safety measures prescribed by the Provincial Health Office.

The following Question and Answer bulletin has been made available to provide some clarity on questions that you may sill have:
Sept 2 – Question and Answer Bulletin

COVID-19 Information

According to the BC Centre for Disease Control, “A new coronavirus is the cause of an outbreak of respiratory infections, now known as COVID-19. We are continually monitoring the situation related to the Coronavirus Disease (COVID-19) and closely following the federal and provincial health officers – their advice and perspective.

May 19 – Letter from Principal Neva Grout
May 8 – Letter from Superintendent Deacon Henk Luyten
April 15 – Letter from Principal Neva Grout
April 14 – Letter from Superintendent Deacon Henk Luyten
April 3 – Update from Principal Neva Grout
March 30 – Letter from Principal Neva Grout
March 28 – Letter from Hon. Rob Fleming and Andrea Sinclair
Translations available: French | Chinese | Punjabi

March 26 – Letter from Principal Neva Grout
March 20 – Letter from Principal Neva Grout
March 18 – Letter from Superintendent Deacon Henk Luyten
March 17 – Letter from Hon. Rob Fleming, Minister of Education
March 16 – Memo from Archbishop Michael Miller

Stay updated with these helpful links:

What should we do

According to the Provincial Health Officer, these are the recommended actions for British Columbians:

  • Cleaning your hands regularly
  • Avoiding touching your face,
  • Coughing or sneezing into your elbow sleeve
  • Disposing of tissues appropriately
  • Staying home and away from others if you are sick.Anyone who is concerned they may have been exposed to, or are experiencing symptoms of, COVID-19 should contact their primary care provider, local public health office, or call 811. Translation services for 811 is available in 130 plus languages.