Boundary Exemption and Request to Change Schools
Each school has a designated area which determines which students attend that school. Parents may decide to send their child to a different one if space is available. In this case the parents must complete a boundary exemption form and submit it to the school which is not their designated one. For more information on the Boundary Exemption request process or a Boundary Exemption Form, please click on the following link:
Confidentiality Undertaking for Volunteers
Any person who volunteers at Brentwood must complete this form. The first part is an agreement to maintain confidentiality and the second part is a declaration of a criminal or child welfare record.
Medication Request Authorization Form
This consent form is to be used, should a parent wish, to give office personnel permission to administer Tylenol to their child, or to administer any medication that the child or parent may bring into the school.
Student's Responsible Technology Use Agreement
Before students can access the Internet at school, this form needs to be completed by the parent. The student should complete the form as well if he or she is old enough to understand the information required. The form states that students will be responsible users of the Internet.
Student Registration Form
This package is to be completed and dropped off at the school office when registering new students only. The option to visit the school to complete the registration package, meet the office staff, and get a school tour is always available.
This form must be completed before any child can be registered at Brentwood School. Parents are to ensure that all sections have been completed including the sections for emergency contacts, medical issues and copyright permission. A copy of the birth certificate is also required.
Website Consent Form
Parents must complete this form before a student’s personal information can be posted to the school website. This information may include the name, grade, individual photographs or group pictures. This consent also allows student writing or artwork to be displayed.
Note: As much as possible, the identity of students is protected. For example, no last names are used; names may not be identified with photographs and grade levels are often used rather than names.