Association of Christian Parent-Educators of Quebec

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Dear members and friends of ACPEQ,

The ACPEQ has been informed that some member families are subject to a notice to register their child with the school board or at the neighborhood school even though they have notified the Minister of their intention to attend school. house last September.

However, it seems that these opinions are misunderstandings since families are still in the databases of the school boards. As a result, these families may inadvertently receive an enrollment request from the school board during the January / February enrollment period.

ACPEQ worked with the DEM to resolve the situations that were brought to our attention. If your school board contacts you, please let us know so that we can help you respond to school board communications.

Patrice Boileau, Ing. MB patboileau@acpeq.org

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