Parent Forms and Information

Worsley Ski Trip Information

The Taylor School Worsley Ski Trip is planned for Wednesday, March 8th. The parent meeting will be held in Room 8 on Wednesday, March 1st @ 6:30 pm. Please see the forms below for more information:

Worsley Ski forms – March 2023


Parent Forms – 

PARENT – Volunteer Criminal Record Check –  Paper application – PARENT -Volunteer CRC- RCMP detachment Package

Taylor School online payment letter MyEd BC Online Payment Parent Letter (1)

Online payment Family Portal Information 

Taylor Tiger Song LyricsTaylor Tiger song lyrics

Learning Links for Families

Titanium Chef  This award winning online nutrition education program is designed to teach about healthy eating. There are a few great programs offered at this site so have a good look around!

Fitness as Medicine operates on the philosophy that while it’s important to talk with your kids about drugs and alcohol, many parents do not know how to approach the topic. The site does a masterful job at giving simple strategies to have those important discussions. has tools that actually make it easier for parents to address these sensitive issues. The site also anticipates what the problem areas are going to be and gives parents strategies to deal with these issues. is a free resource where students can make use of the extensive video library and endless supply of printable math worksheets from any computer with access to the web.  The video library covers K-12 math, science and other topics. Each video is a digestible chunk, approximately 10 minutes long.  The website gives you the ability to easily customize each worksheet to target your child’s specific needs.

International Children’s Digital Library

Roy the Zebra This website is home to a package of interactive games, stories and resources that have been developed to help emerging readers learn to read.  The site is one of the most comprehensive interactive literacy resources on the net that is freely accessible. No area of the site is password protected.

Reading Rockets




Technology at Home 

Please click on the following document to learn more about how parents can get involved in safe internet surfing with their kids!

“Internet Surfing” for Parents

Cyber-Bullying as Relational Aggression

Cyber-bullying increasingly is becoming a problem for students, educators and policy makers’  In this paper, we consider cyber-bullying as a form of relational aggression; that is, behaviour designed to damage, harm or disrupt friendship or inter-personal relationships through covert means’  We draw on the findings from a study of students in grades 6 through 9, conducted in five schools, in a large ethnically diverse metropolitan region of British Columbia, Canada, to demonstrate the inter-connection between cyber-bullying and relational aggression. Consistent with the relational aggression framework, girls were found more likely than boys to participate in these behaviours. We conclude that intervention strategies should consider gender differences and also aim at changing the trajectory of relational aggression to providing relational support and care.

Summer Zone In Get your kids plugged in with Zone In Workshops  Affiliated with the RCMP, is, above all else, an information and prevention tool for youth. By addressing a variety of subjects through the website, the program hopes to encourage youth throughout Canada to make healthy, informed decisions and to get involved in their communities. The site consists of four distinct projects, our digital library the Knowzone,  the Toolbox and the Webzine, all of which contain content and resources developed specifically for youth.

Internet 101 A committee of police forces, led by the RCMP, created and maintains this website, a collection of safety tips, helpful presentations and links to further police-approved resources to help kids and parents surf safely.

Facebook for Parents  To help kids reach their full potential, parents today must know about Facebook. That the purpose of this website and related materials.

Cyber Safety  LearnNowBC is pleased to present CyberSafe with Steve Dotto Protect your kids in Cyberspace: A how-to guide to being CyberSafe.

Digital Responsibility and Cyber Safety Resources–“Be The change”

Checking History  Watch the video below to see how to check the internet browser history on a wireless writing laptop in both Firefox and Safari browsers.

There are more interesting pages for parents and students at LearnNowBC on other interesting topics:

  • Addressing Bullying Behaviour
  • Health and Safety
  • Graduation
  • Early Learning
  • Language Arts
  • Math
  • Science
  • Social Studies

Other issues~ If these weren’t enough! 

Concerns with drugs?