All School Forms

All School Forms

Below you will find documents needed to allow students to participate in events and general forms for the convenience of parents. Some forms can be completed online while others require you to print and submit as noted. For questions call the main line 763-258-2500 or send an email to info@providenceacademy.org.

 

Conferences

Online Instructions for Parent Teacher Conferences

Supplies

2017-2018 LS Student Supply List

After School

After School Activities Registration

2017-2018 Lower School Extended Day Registration

Spring Break Opportunities

Check back for 2018 Spring Break Camp

Summer Reading

Please see each grade level’s Summer Reading lists below:

Kindergarten

First Grade

Second Grade

Third Grade

Fourth grade

Fifth Grade

 

Summer and Advanced Programs

Summer Reading Guiding Questions

Selected Summer Enrichment Programs

Academic Disciplinary Guidelines

CAP Academic Forfeiture

Academic Ineligibility

College Opportunities

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Activities

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Student Health Forms

For students new to Providence Academy, the following health forms are required prior to starting the school year.

PA Health Information Form

Emergency Contact Form

Student Immunization Form

Pre-K Student Immunization Form

K-12 Immunization Requirements

Medication At School

All medication must be kept in the health office during the school day. Students need a signed medication authorization form to receive medication from the health office. These forms are submitted yearly. Acetaminophen and ibuprofen may be given to students in grades 6-12 with a parent signature. All other medications, prescription or over-the-counter, require physician and parent signature. EpiPens and albuterol inhalers may be self carried when a medication authorization is on file. Albuterol inhalers for students in Lower School are kept in the health office.

Authorization for Administration of Medication Authorization for MS-US OTC Medication

Asthma

Please submit an updated copy of your child’s Asthma Action Plan and the Asthma Individual Health Plan each year. Students in grades 6-12 who self carry their albuterol will need to complete the Student Inhaler Agreement. If your physician has not provided you with an Asthma Action Plan and your child may need albuterol or other medication for their asthma, please complete the medication authorization form.

Asthma Individual Health Plan

Inhaler student agreement

Authorization for Administration of Medication

Food Allergies

Please submit an updated copy of your child’s Anaphylaxis Action Plan and Allergic Reaction Questionnaire each year.  If your physician’s office has their own version of the Anaphylaxis Action Plan, that is acceptable.

Allergic Reaction Questionnaire

Anaphylaxis Action Plan

Seizures

Please submit an updated copy of your child’s Seizure Action Plan and Parent Questionnaire each year.

Seizure Action Plan Questionnaire for Parent of a Student with Seizures

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