High Park School
(K–9)

Fees, Supply Lists & BYOD

2017-2018 High Park Fee Schedule

Fees charged to PSD parents/guardians include:

  • Instructional Material (IMF)
  • School
  • Transportation
  • Non-resident

The fees page of the division website explains the fee types, payment options, and criteria for waiving fees. 

2017-2018 Supply Lists

Please note: Students in Grades 5-9 are able to participate in the school's optional BYOD Initiative (see below).

A list of required school supplies for the next year is included with report cards at the end of June. The school does not stock or sell supplies. Please be sure to check with your child or your child’s teacher regularly during the year to ensure he or she has adequate supplies.

Optional Pre-Purchase Package

An optional purchasing plan is offered each year by Write-On Stationery. This voluntary program allows parents to pre-purchase a package of all requested supplies that will be delivered to the student at the school before the end of June. 

About the Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) Initiative

PSD schools are committed to enhance student learning through the BYOD Initiative. We hope to encourage an environment where each student has his or her own mobile device to use both at school and at home.

The BYOD Initiative is entirely optional, and students are not required to bring their own devices to use at school. 

High Park is participating in BYOD to achieve increased student engagement in learning and greater ownership of the learning process by our students. Students who bring personally-owned devices typically invest time, thought and energy in customizing the device and setting it up to optimize productivity, communication and learning.

Purchasing Devices

Parents and students can make their own decision as to which device to purchase for BYOD. We will not endorse a specific brand or type but rather encourage you to think of what your expectations are of the device. We do recommend that all BYOD devices meet the following criteria:

  • Internet connectivity (through Wi-Fi or other)
  • 6 Hour Battery Life
  • Ability to connect to Google Apps For Education*
  • A Keyboard – integrated, Bluetooth or touch screen
  • Word processing capability (more than 1 paragraph)
  • Ability to integrate images, video and sound

Chromebooks, netbooks and laptops have full function in Google Apps, while most tablets will not. Please note: a cell phone/ipod is considered an accessory, and does not qualify as a device under the BYOD pilot.

If students choose not to purchase and bring their own device, a school device will be made available. These devices are signed out by a number of students and are often less productive and functional.

Parkland School Division has partnered with a selection of businesses to aid with BYOD purchases. Visit the Technology For Learning page to access these offers and learn more about BYOD.