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Parents and Students

Parents/Guardians are a vital part of every child’s education. This education starts long before children come to school in the simple forms of talking with your children, reading, playing games, and spending time with them.

Fort Vermilion School Division encourages parents/guardians to stay informed and support their children throughout their school career. 

We have created a guide to help you communicate effectively with your child's teacher at Parent/Teacher Interviews with tips that can be applied throughout the school year.

View/download the document here: Making the Most of Parent/Teacher Communications 

A few ways to get involved are:

  • read with your child often, ideally every day
  • stay informed by reading newsletters, agendas and notes from the teacher or school
  • participate in parent/teacher interviews
  • attend school events and special activities
  • talk to your child and show an interest in their school day, friends and favorite activities


Regular school attendance is a major factor contributing to student success. The responsibility of regular attendance lies with the student and the parent/guardian. Excusable absences will be those during which students are participating in alternate school initiated field trips. All other absences fall under explained absences which will be excused provided the student is absent for legitimate reasons such as illness, medical emergency, family tragedy, or if parent(s)/guardian(s) have informed administration of extenuating circumstances surrounding the need for the student to be absent.

If a student is absent for illness, medical, or other reasons, parents or guardians are expected to communicate this information (phone call or signed note) to the school before 10:00 am on the following day or the student will be recorded with an unexcused absence.  If a student is more than 15 minutes late to a class they are considered absent for that class.


The school’s primary concern is to provide and support a safe and positive learning environment for everyone and thus has developed a Code of Conduct to define expectations of behavior for students, staff, and parents/guardians.

Consequences for inappropriate behavior will be based on individual needs, the degree of the problem, and the ability of the person to understand and handle the consequences.


  • Attend school regularly and punctually
  • Make the most of the time in school:  strive for academic excellence through classroom participation.
  • Show common courtesy and respect to all; defiance of authority, abusive language and aggressive behavior are unacceptable at all times.
  • Behave respectfully to all regardless of race, religion, gender, age, or sexual orientation.
  • Solve conflicts peacefully through discussion or by seeking help.
  • Dress appropriately for classes and activities.
  • Respect yourself, school property, and the property of others.

Mrs. Mayo is responsible for academic and career counselling. She meets with students on a regular basis to go over student academic and career plans. Students are also assigned a Falcon Advisor to help monitor their progress throughout their high school careers. On this page, you will find resources for all students whether they are looking for career advice or where to apply to post-secondary schools.

My Blue Print

Students and staff can start using myBlueprint immediately with the steps below:

1. Visit
2. Enter your school Activation Key in the New User box:

Activation Key: fvps

Student PowerSchool Portal

Students can access current grades and attendance through Student Portal.

Post Secondary Exploration

Website for career and school exploration.

Study Tools

Exam Bank

Username: fvsd.fvps
Exam Password: gold

Quest A Plus


Apply to post secondary! Applications are open!


All high school students should be signed up for a myPass account. High school students can access transcripts and diploma marks through this site.

The Annual General Meeting of Parent Advisory will be on Sept. 29 at 6:30pm at Fort Public School.  If this meeting is changed to an online format we will post an update.

For your convenience, we’ve made arrangements for families to voluntarily purchase student accident insurance through the Kids Plus™ Accident Insurance program, underwritten by Industrial Alliance Insurance and Financial Services Inc (iA Financial Group).

 Kids Plus™ Accident Insurance offers protection against the unexpected costs of injury from accidents, and is especially valuable for families who:

  • do not have medical or dental plans,
  • have limited plans, as it may help supplement health and dental benefits, or
  • have active children who enjoy sports and outdoor activities.

 For complete plan details, please visit

iA Financial Group is a business name and trademark of Industrial Alliance Insurance and Financial Services Inc.

Parents and Guardians are encouraged to keep up to date on their student's progress in their courses by logging in to the PowerSchool parent portal. Please sign up for this program by contacting the office.