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Newcomer EAL Students should visit:

Pembina Trails School Division:  ISP Office  

181 Henlow Bay, Winnipeg, MB Canada R3Y 1M7

Website:  www.pembinatrails.ca/isp

Please call Ms. Donna Gray at 204-488-1767 (ext. 1225) to make an appointment.

Please be advised that you will need to bring the following items for your appointment:

  • Passport for each family member
  • Study Permit and letter of acceptance from the institution (parents on a Study Permit) 
  • Work Permit and letter of employment from employer (parents on a Work Permit)  
  • Refugee documents for refugees
  • An official document that identifies proof of residency (ie lease or purchase agreement)

Newcomer Refugee Students

Refugee Registration Process for Fort Richmond Collegiate

Step 1:           Please contact Ms. Donna Gray at 204-488-1767 (ext. 1225) to make an appointment or arrange for the documentation listed below to be delivered to the Henlow office.  Donna will scan and send the documentation to the Fort Richmond School.

                        Address of the Pembina Trails School Division:

Report to the ISP Office

181 Henlow Bay, Winnipeg, MB Canada R3Y 1M7

Website:  www.pembinatrails.ca/isp

Documentation Required:

  • Passport for each family member
  • Study Permit and letter of acceptance from the institution (parents on a Study Permit)
  • Work Permit and letter of employment from employer (parents on a Work Permit)
  • Refugee documents for refugees
  • An official document that identifies proof of residency (ie lease or purchase agreement) 

Step 2:           Complete the Divisional Registration Form  

Step 3:           Either drop the completed registration form off at the Fort Richmond Collegiate (99 Killarney Avenue) or scan and send the registration form as an attachment via email to the school frc@pembinatrails.ca.  

Step 4:           The school will contact the family to set up a time for the student to meet with a case manager. 

Newcomer EAL Students

Newcomer EAL Students should visit:

Pembina Trails School Division:  ISP Office  

181 Henlow Bay, Winnipeg, MB Canada R3Y 1M7

Website:  www.pembinatrails.ca/isp

Please call Ms. Donna Gray at 204-488-1767 (ext. 1225) to make an appointment.

Please be advised that you will need to bring the following items for your appointment:

  • Passport for each family member
  • Study Permit and letter of acceptance from the institution (parents on a Study Permit) 
  • Work Permit and letter of employment from employer (parents on a Work Permit)  
  • Refugee documents for refugees
  • An official document that identifies proof of residency (ie lease or purchase agreement)

Newcomer Refugee Students

Refugee Registration Process for Fort Richmond Collegiate

Step 1:           Please contact Ms. Donna Gray at 204-488-1767 (ext. 1225) to make an appointment or arrange for the documentation listed below to be delivered to the Henlow office.  Donna will scan and send the documentation to the Fort Richmond School.

                        Address of the Pembina Trails School Division:

Report to the ISP Office

181 Henlow Bay, Winnipeg, MB Canada R3Y 1M7

Website:  www.pembinatrails.ca/isp

Documentation Required:

  • Passport for each family member
  • Study Permit and letter of acceptance from the institution (parents on a Study Permit)
  • Work Permit and letter of employment from employer (parents on a Work Permit)
  • Refugee documents for refugees
  • An official document that identifies proof of residency (ie lease or purchase agreement) 

Step 2:           Complete the Divisional Registration Form  

Step 3:           Either drop the completed registration form off at the Fort Richmond Collegiate (99 Killarney Avenue) or scan and send the registration form as an attachment via email to the school frc@pembinatrails.ca.  

Step 4:           The school will contact the family to set up a time for the student to meet with a case manager.