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holla If you did not request an account, please Contact Us. Your friends at z4Sc Ce message a été envoyé Bonjour IvnVJ nous te souhaitons la bienvenue ! Votre compte est désormais en ligne ! Vous pouvez dès maintenant envoyer des images et créez des albums. N’hésitez pas à partager votre contenu avec vos amis ! Vous avez également la possibilité de changer les paramètres de confidentialité dans les réglages de votre compte. — Ce message a été envoyé . wrvnyfsudpjuwtm —-juWG;bs;cnux Your subscription to our list has been confirmed. Thank you for subscribing! +19585347094 Interstate Compact on Placement of Children (ICPC) Fee: $2,000 This fee applies to families that reside in a different state than their birth mother. Intra/Interstate Conversion Fee: $1,000 This fee applies when a family relocates to another state after placement but before finalization of the adoption. Foster Care Fee/Cradle Care (per week plus expenses): $350 This fee applies in situations where child is born, but cannot yet be placed in the adoptive home. Travel: $250-$1000 /Varies Per Situation Travel fees cover our attorney, paralegal, and/or caseworker to travel to/from the location where adoption consents are being signed. Medicaid: $250 This fee applies only if baby is admitted to NICU or if adoptive families request that we apply rather than covering the baby from birth on their own insurance. FEES FOR INDIVIDUAL SERVICES Domestic Home Study Fee: $900 Home Study Update Fee $500 Expedited Home Study / Update Fee: $250 Heart Of Adoptions, Inc. Welcome Packet 6 Post Placement Supervision Fee (3 Visits/ Reports): $200 Home study fees are due at the beginning of the home study process. Post placement fees and travel costs for traveling outside of Tampa, Naples, Orlando will be collected at the time of your home visit. Costs are $20 per hour + $0.56 per mile. First Name: ______________________________ Last Name: ______________________________ Address: _________________________________ Specialty: ________________________________ License/certification #: ______________________ State of license/certification: _________________ Phone #: _________________________________ Fax #: ___________________________________ If you are related to this student, what is your relationship? _________________________________________ Student Information First Name: ______________________________ Last Name: ______________________________ Diagnosis: _______________________________ Date of diagnosis: _________________________ Date of last visit for condition: ______ _________ Duration of time treating patient: ______________ Identify the procedures/assessments used to diagnose student’s condition (if applicable, attach a copy of test results; e.g. pulmonary function testing, blood tests, allergy testing): __________________________________ _________________________________________________________________________________________ _________________________________________________________________________________________ Identify the severity of the condition (check one): ___ Mild ___ Moderate ___ Severe ___ In Remission Does the student take prescription medication for this condition? ___ Yes, specific medications, doses, and frequency: ________________________________________ ___ No Has the student been treated in any emergency room or hospital for this condition within the last year? ___ Yes, total number of hospitalizations and date of last hospitalization: _________________________ ___ No Page 3 of 3 Describe the environmental factors (if any) that exacerbate this condition: ______________________________ _________________________________________________________________________________________ _________________________________________________________________________________________ If the diagnosis is a food allergy, describe the reaction/potential reaction if exposed to allergen: _____________ _________________________________________________________________________________________ _________________________________________________________________________________________ Describe how this condition substantially limits a major life activity. Major life activities include, but are not limited to, caring for oneself, performing manual tasks, seeing, hearing, eating, sleeping, walking, standing, sitting, reaching, lifting, bending, speaking, breathing, learning, reading, concentrating, thinking, communicating, interacting with others, and working; and the operation of a major bodily function, including functions of the immune system, special sense organs and skin; normal cell growth; and digestive, genitourinary, bowel, bladder, neurological, brain, respiratory, circulatory, cardiovascular, endocrine, hemic, lymphatic, musculoskeletal, and reproductive functions (29 C.F.R. 1630.2): ______________________________________ __________________________________________________________________________________________ __________________________________________________________________________________________ Describe the recommended accommodation(s) linked to functional limitations: __________________________ __________________________________________________________________________________________ __________________________________________________________________________________________ Describe the reasoning for the recommended accommodation: _______________________________________ __________________________________________________________________________________________ __________________________________________________________________________________________ Identify the anticipated duration of medical need for the recommended accommodation: __________________ __________________________________________________________________________________________ Affix business card or apply business stamp below: Physician Signature: ______________________________ Date: ________________________________ Dear Future Salesian College Student Firstly, let me extend a huge welcome! We are delighted you are thinking of joining us and very much hope that you can and do. Joining Salesian is like joining a family; we are members of a global community and love is at the heart of everything we do. We expect that to be reflected in our students’ manner, dress, day to day contact and general demeanour, and you can expect it in the incredible support you will receive, not just from your subject teachers, but from your tutor who you will meet regularly to discuss your ongoing progress and any other matters you need help with. Our teachers are all passionate about their subjects and, in choosing to continue with further study, we expect you are too. We are therefore happy to offer a wide range of A Level and BTEC courses, with the vast majority of our students following three courses over two years. September 2020 marks an exciting year for us as a College as we begin offering T-Levels for the first time (for further information, please see the final two pages of this booklet). As a fully comprehensive College we welcome all manner of students, both from our own Year 11 and those from neighbouring schools. However, as a College with a fairly traditional curriculum, we do require a certain degree of academic capability in our students when they embark on advanced courses of study. Therefore, the majority of our A Level subjects will require a minimum of a ‘6’ grade at GCSE in a related subject in order for you to be accepted onto the course. Further details of specific entry requirements can be found on the individual subject pages later in this booklet. Salesian College is not just about results though; we believe in shaping the whole person so that you are ready for the world awaiting you outside. Over the course of your two years with us you will have the opportunity to take part in numerous enrichment activities including, but by no means limited to: art exhibitions, theatre trips, the Bar Mock Trial, the Duke of Edinburgh’s Award, sporting activities and community service. As part of our Catholic ethos we are committed to nurturing the spiritual lives of all our students. As a result, all students embark on the Extended Project Qualification for which they write a dissertation on a topic of their choice with an ethical slant supported through weekly RE lessons. The project is well regarded by universities and is fantastic preparation for post-18 independent study. Opportunities to join the Lourdes pilgrimage and assist in humanitarian projects in India and Thailand also allow students to bring this ethos of love and care to destinations worldwide. I know that making this decision about where and what to study for the next two years of your education can be a daunting prospect. I hope that the information you will find within these pages will give you a true insight into what our offering and make you confident that an application to SalesianCollege would be a fantastic decision – one which will provide you with many exciting opportunities over the next two years. Should you have any further questions please feel free to email me at the address below. Wishing you all the best in your GCSEs and I look forward to welcoming you back in September! Mrs Elizabeth Bolton Deputy Headteacher – Head of College: 01932 578665 email@example.com 3 College Curriculum Qualifications 1. A Level Further to the decoupling of AS and A Level qualifications in 2013, we offer students the opportunity to choose from a range of A Level courses. Students will start Year 12 studying four A Level or equivalent subjects. Within the Autumn first half term, students will be internally assessed and asked to drop their weakest subject. Students will then continue to study three A Level or equivalent subjects over the remaining two years.Assessments will be internal within the first year of study. 2. BTEC and Cambridge Technical Our BTEC and Cambridge Technical courses are equivalent to one A Level (or one AS if followed for just the first year) and are assessed through a series of coursework and exam units. Each coursework unit is marked and graded through assignments based on work-related situations or activities with opportunities for teamwork and indepth study. 3. T Level From September 2020, the College will offer students the opportunity to study a “T Level” qualification. T Levels are a new technical qualification which are the equivalent of three A Levels. The College plans to offer two different T Levels at the outset: (i) Education and (ii) Digital Production, Design and Development. T Levels will offer students a mixture of classroom learning and ‘on-the-job’ experience during an industry placement of approximately 45 days. Students undertaking the T Level qualification will be awarded an overall grade of Distinction *, Distinction, Merit or a Pass, as well as a separate A* to E grade for the core component, and a Pass, Merit or Distinction grade for each occupational specialism. Further details of the T Level qualification can be found at: https://www.gov.uk/government/publications/introduction-of-t-levels/introduction-of-tlevels Please see the subject-specific guidance within this booklet for further details of the T-Level qualification. Entry Requirements All Salesian College students must achieve at least five 9-5 grades at GCSE; including a 5 in English and Mathematics. In addition, students should meet the additional requirements for specific courses as set out in this booklet. N.B. Students with grade 4 in English and/or Mathematics may still be admitted into the College, but are likely to be offered a more limited curriculum choice. Students who have not achieved a grade 5 in Maths and/or one English GCSE will be required to resit the subject. Please see the subject summaries on pages 27 and 36. Religious Education: EPQ All Catholic schools and colleges offer a provision for Religious Education. We are explicitly a Catholic college and all students study RE. As part of this, all students are enterest for the Extended Project Qualification (EPQ). This s worth more than an AS-Level in UCAS points and counts as a university-accredited course —-lk;lyru;azc Revised: September 2019 STUDENT/PROSPECTIVE STUDENT VISA (Residence Permit) Dear Applicant, Thank you very much for your interest in an extended stay in the Federal Republic of Germany on a Residence Permit. If you reside in South Africa you must submit your visa application either to the German Embassy in Pretoria (if you reside in the Free State, Gauteng, Kwa-Zulu Natal, Limpopo, Mpumalanga, North West or in Mauritius) or the German Consulate General in Cape Town (if you reside in the Eastern, Northern or Western Cape). If you are not a South African national, you are kindly requested to provide proof of South African residency. Applications must be submitted in person and may not be submitted by courier, regular post, fax or e-mail. The fee for a residence permit is the equivalent of €60.00. The fee has to be paid in cash and in South African Rand upon application. Please refer to our website www.southafrica.diplo.de for the applicable rate or exceptions. Please check the next page for the required documents. Internet: www.southafrica.diplo.de E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org (Pretoria) email@example.com (Cape Town) Revised: September 2019 Only complete applications will be accepted. In order to ensure that your application is processed without delay, please submit the following documents (in original and two copies as indicated below). Unfortunately, copies cannot be provided by the German Missions. Required documents Two duly completed application forms “Application for a Residence Permit” (please ensure that you sign the form) Two recent passport photographs according to biometric specifications (for further details regarding biometric specifications of photos, please refer to the sample on our homepage) Two declarations of True and Complete Information in accordance with §55 Residence Act, signed and dated Letter of motivation Original + two copies required for Your valid passport with at least two blank pages and valid for at least another six months (please ensure that your passport is signed) Approval notification/acceptance letter by a German University or preparatory college (with fixed dates/duration) Proof of German language knowledge (lectures being held in German language). Otherwise: A confirmation from the university that the lectures will be held in English Proof of accommodation (rental agreement/student hostel agreement,etc) Proof of health insurance valid from date of arrival and for the duration of stay in Germany (German Statutory/National or Private health insurance) School leaving certificate Proof of financial means (minimum of 853 Euro monthly) Please provide one of the following: A blocked account at a German bank showing a minimum amount of 10.236 Euro (withdrawal limit of 853 Euro per month. Please note that the amount may vary, always be sure to enquire with the German Bank) Proof of sponsorship or bursary from a German Institution (DAAD, Inwent etc) or the South African Government A Formal Letter of Obligation, according to paragraphs §§ 66-68 of the Alien’s Act valid for the duration of the applicant’s stay in Germany, which must be applied for at the relevant Alien’s Office by the resident/ host in Germany. Please note, sufficient funds (creditworthiness) must be proven and declared on the Formal Letter of Obligation by the relevant Alien’s Office. Statement of income/financial circumstances of parents as well as an assurance of their support Please note that each visa application is reviewed individually. Therefore, the requested documents may vary. The German Missions reserve the right to ask for additional documents. The submission of the abovementioned documents does not guarantee the issuance of a visa. Applicants may, at any time, be asked for a personal interview. Submission of incomplete documentation or refusal to attend the mandatory visa interview will result in the refusal of your visa application. Once a visa has been issued, the purpose of the trip may not be altered. The German Missions require approximately two to three months to process your visa application. We strongly recommend that you do not purchase an airline ticket unless the visa has been granted. We kindly ask that no status requests on the visa application be made during the first two months. We will notify the applicant on any change of status or progress of the application as soon as possible and whenever the need arises. For further information please visit our website or contact us via the relevant e-mail. Hours for telephone assistance are listed on our website. —-xa;fiwa;sfj Please confirm your subscription You’ve signed up to receive the latest new just click the link below to confirm your subscription: If you didn’t request this email don’t worry – you wont be subscribed if you don’t click the confirmation link above! 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The next sheet is titled, “Authorization for the use and/or Disclosure of Protected Health Information”, and you will need to completely fill that out for our doctors to treat you to the best of their ability; it gives us permission to review your medical records from your previous primary medical facilities. Following, please completely fill out the Registration, Social Services & Consent Form. Next, you will find our Privacy Notice, followed by an acknowledgement that you have received and understand our Privacy Policies. Finally, the last form is the Office Acknowledgements and Policies form. Please read carefully and sign your name at the bottom of the letter. Please make sure to bring all of these forms with you to your first office visit. Do not mail them back to the office. Also, please remember to always bring your picture ID, current insurance cards and your co-payment. 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