This document supersedes the School Space Accommodation Standards (SSAS), dated April 2, 2013, Level of Service Standards  Revised School Space Accommodation Standards, dated July 6, 2000, and Level of Service Standards  School Space Accommodation Standards, dated February 17, 1993, and DRM 107/54 School Planning, Design, and Construction, dated October 1988.
Summary of changes made since the 2013 version of the SSAS:
This version of the SSAS includes a major reorganisation of the text, in line with the latest program delivery objectives of INAC's Capital Facilities and Maintenance Program (CFMP). This version also clarifies and streamlines the determination of Gross Floor Area (GFA) allowances using calculation tables and forms presented in Appendix E.
This version:
Aligns the SSAS with the Protocol for INACFunded Infrastructure (PIFI);
Clarifies how to apply the SSAS and provides new and additional guidance;
Provides guidance and expectations regarding student enrolment projection studies and provides sample enrolment projection results (Appendix F);
Clarifies the definition of "special needs student";
Specifies how the SSAS should inform school design, including new requirements;
Presents a streamlined SSAS application methodology (Appendix B). Appendix E, Gross floor allowance table headers were updated with fulltime equivalent enrolment figures, consistent with the SSAS application methodology;
Presents a simplified SSAS application example (Appendix A);
Excludes site development space allowances. Those were removed from Appendix E: the reader must now refer to INAC's School Site Development Policy; and
Appendix F: the Glossary was removed – definitions are provided in the main body of the text, in the context where they belong.
However, it is important to mention that the following did not change:
Appendix E: The content of GFA allowance tables remains the same;
Appendices C and D contain minor requirement changes related to signatures but otherwise remain unchanged.
The School Space Accommodation Standards is an evergreen document and is updated periodically.
Indigenous and Northern Affairs Canada's (INAC's) School Space Accommodation Standards (SSAS) outline the Department's level of service standards for which funding may be provided for the construction and major renovation of First Nation schools.
The SSAS applies where:
There are no existing educational facilities;
Additional or new educational facilities are required; or where
Existing educational facilities need to be expanded or entirely replaced.
First Nations seeking a new educational facility (or major renovation or addition to an existing facility) are required to apply for funding through the First Nations Infrastructure Investment Plan process, following the standard procedure for submitting proposals under the Capital Facilities and Maintenance Program. All funding requests are prioritized using INAC's School Priority Ranking Framework (SPRF).
If approved, funding will be provided on the basis of the gross floor area allowance pursuant to the SSAS application methodology presented in Section 2. First Nations desiring a facility that is larger than allowed by the SSAS may fund the additional cost of the project from ownsource funding, from funding from a nongovernmental third party, or from funding from another level of government.
Applying the SSAS is a requirement for eligible school projects to move forward and obtain Departmental project approval and is a condition to obtain capital funding pursuant to the Protocol for INACFunded Infrastructure (PIFI).
2. Determination of eligible school size — Overview
Should a school project qualify to receive capital funding, the department will establish the project's funding based on eligible school size as calculated using the SSAS and expressed as the total Gross Floor Area allowance (Total GFA). The Total GFA encompasses the full footprint of all of a school's enclosed floor areas (i.e. measured on plan to the exterior faces of perimeter walls).
The SSAS calculates the eligible Total GFA for a school, taking into account the level of service required by the education curriculum. The following paragraphs present an overview of this methodology and explain how to use this document.
The Total GFA allowance (i.e. the total eligible school size) includes three components:
Instructional space allowance – This is the basic gross floor area allowance (Basic GFA) that is required for classrooms for the grade levels that will be taught in the proposed school (including parttime and fulltime kindergarten students);
Gymnasium space allowance (Gym GFA); and
Cafeteria space allowance (Cafeteria GFA).
The Total GFA sets a maximum floor space allowance for the entire school building. This means that the Basic GFA not only includes classroom space but also encompasses circulation areas and various special purpose rooms such as administration areas, library, auditorium, and computer labs. The number, type, and size of special purpose rooms vary with the type of school and the number of students. For further information on SSAS considerations that apply to various room types, please refer to Section 2.8.
The determination of the Total GFA is made by selecting the appropriate lookup table among the "Gross Floor Allowance Tables" provided in Appendix E. The table to be selected is dictated by: the educational divisions (I, II, III, and IV) to be offered (see Section 2.2); and whether or not the First Nation community qualifies for extra gymnasium space (see Section 2.1). Once the applicable table is selected, gross floor area allowances (expressed in square meters) can be looked up, based on predicted enrolment. School enrolment represents the most important input needed to determine the eligible school size (see Section 2.3).
In simple cases, where enrolment projections are known and represent a fair expectation of anticipated needs, determining eligible school space is as straightforward as looking up the GFA allowance in the appropriate table. Section 2.4 and Appendix B together provide a stepbystep procedure for applying the SSAS, which instructs users to fill out a series of data entry/calculation forms to generate an eligible GFA for the proposed school. Appendix B also contains supplementary compliance checklists and project approval forms to be completed by project proponents.
In more complex cases, the application of the SSAS is not straightforward and some adjustments need to be made. For example, sometimes adjustments need to be made to the school enrolment data, based on sitespecific knowledge, to get a more appropriate SSAS GFA output. In other cases, the SSAS GFA outputs need to be supplemented with additional school space allowances. Enrolment adjustments and additional space allowances are further discussed in Sections 2.4, 2.5 and 2.6.
Applying the SSAS and determining eligible school size as described above is required to allow proposed school projects to move forward and to form the basis of feasibility studies. The purpose of a feasibility study is to investigate various servicing and design options that meet identified needs and to generate cost estimates. Any unjustified enrolment or floor space and related extra project costs that exceed the level of service prescribed by the SSAS are expected to be covered by the recipient First Nation's own or other external funding sources.
The application of the SSAS may involve an iterative process while developing a school project, especially at an early stage, where various aspects need to be either defined or finetuned. INAC regional officers can provide advice and support to facilitate this process. The resulting GFA allowance and supporting information should be submitted to INAC using the Appendix B "Application Form" with proper Chief and Council signatures.
The following sections further explain key components and requirements of the SSAS application process described above.
2.1 Additional space allowance for multipurpose gymnasium
As discussed above, the determination of the overall school GFA (Total GFA) includes an individual portion to account for gymnasium floor space (Gym GFA). Remote First Nation communities that are located in Zone 3 (more than 350 km away from the nearest service center by road access) or Zone 4 (no road access to any service center) are allowed extra gymnasium space in order to use the proposed school as a community center or emergency response centre. Alternatively, First Nations without an existing community center, emergency response center, or gymnasium are also eligible to get a multipurpose gym as part of their school project. However, a school project is not eligible to extra gym space when communal space is already available in an existing school or other community building.
Determining if a school project qualifies for extra gym space is the first step towards the calculation of the overall school GFA: SSAS users can find the eligibility criteria in Table 2.1 (Appendix B), which directs them to use either Table 2.2 or 2.3 and select the applicable set of GFA lookup tables in Appendix E.
2.2 Educational divisions
Educational divisions represent groupings of grades that pertain to education curriculum requirements (i.e. the grades to be taught) for a proposed school and determine the scope of a school building project. This information is key when applying the SSAS, because it is the first input needed to apply Table 2.2/2.3 (Appendix B) and determine "School Type" and "Grades and Divisions".
For the purpose of the SSAS, school facilities are divided into the following divisions:
Division I: Elementary (or Primary), grades K4/K5 to 3;
Division II: Elementary Intermediate, grades 4 to 6;
Division III: Junior Secondary, grades 7 to 9 (Secondary 1 and 2 in Quebec);
Division IV: Senior Secondary, grades 10 to 12 (Secondary 3, 4, 5 in Quebec).
For convenience, Appendix G provides provincial jurisdiction equivalencies in table format. Please refer to the first two columns of Tables 2.2 and 2.3 (Appendix B), to find and apply various applicable school scope combinations, which lead to corresponding sets of GFA lookup tables in Appendix E.
2.3 Student enrolment projections
Student enrolment refers to the actual student population registered to a school, as recorded in INAC's nominal roll for that school as of September 30th of a given year. Enrolment projections use nominal roll and community demographic trends to provide a tailored estimation of the likely student population in future years for the purpose of sizing schools and planning for appropriate education programs. Enrolment projections represent the most important input in the determination of the proposed school's GFA allowance (Total GFA) and are a major capital cost driver because they have a direct impact on eligible school size.
In the context of applying the SSAS, gross floor area allowances should be based on the student enrolment projected for the 5th year (the design year) of occupancy of a planned facility. This means that the enrolment figures that are input into any of the calculation tables in Appendix B and into the lookup GFA tables in Appendix E should reflect the estimated enrolment of the 5th year of operation. For example (see Appendix F), if a proposed school project begins in 2015 and its opening is scheduled for 2018, then the design year for which the SSAS should be applied is 2023 (the 5th year of operation).
Enrolment projections are typically prepared by specialists in socioeconomic and demographic studies. At a minimum, an enrolment projection study should provide historic enrolment rates together with a breakdown of projected enrolments by grade level over a period of ten to twenty years, as well as amalgamations of this information by the educational divisions considered for the school project (an example is provided in Appendix F).
Enrolment projection studies provide defensible school population forecasts and take into consideration:
Community past and current demographics and future trends;
Age groups and upcoming candidates for kindergarten entry level;
School grade cohorts and likeliness of students dropping out or repeating grades;
On and offreserve student migrations and repatriation rates;
Special needs students; and
Sitespecific knowledge and considerations.
Note: At an early stage of a school project, proponents are required to use the Schools Priority Ranking Framework (SPRF) in their submission to INAC. INAC uses the SPRF to prioritize funding requests for available funds. This process involves using a spreadsheet that contains nominal roll information and preliminary SSAS results. The SPRF spreadsheet provides a simple and convenient formulabased estimation of the projected enrolment, for the purpose of providing initial school sizing figures, and to inform departmental decision making processes. However, this straightforward estimation does not take into account any of the items enumerated above, and is not sound enough to be used as the foundation for feasibility studies or actual school design. The application of the SSAS entails the preparation of adequate and defensible enrolment projections.
2.4 Determination of gross floor allowances
Once enrolment projections by grade level have been developed, corresponding Appendix B application forms can be completed to determine gross floor allowances. The total enrolment of kindergarten students (Section 2.3), together with education division information (Section 2.2) and eligibility to extra gymnasium space (Section 2.1) provide the information that is necessary to select the appropriate Appendix E lookup table. Within the selected lookup table, applying the elementary/secondary student enrolment (Section 2.3) leads to the applicable enrolment bracket and to the eligible GFA for the proposed school. In many cases, compiling this information into Table 2.7 of Appendix B completes the SSAS application process. Appendix A provides an example with step by step instructions to filling out Appendix B. The following provides further clarifications on the application of the SSAS:
Appendix E lookup tables refer to kindergarten enrolment on a fulltime equivalent basis consistent with the SSAS application methodology of Appendix B, which requires users to convert all enrolments into fulltime equivalents (FTE).
Please note that regardless of provincial education curriculum requirements, INAC allows fulltime attendance of kindergarten students.
Even though the SSAS application methodology involves recording kindergarten students to determine which educational division applies, kindergarten students need to be excluded when looking up GFA tables in Appendix E, because the impact of kindergarten enrolment is already taken into account and embedded in the GFA allowance values.
Please note that in some of the lookup tables in Appendix E, in particular those involving secondary level students and presenting large enrolments (i.e. big schools), the gymnasium floor allowance is the same, whether or not the table title mentions extra gym allowance. This is because for big schools, the SSAS always provides the largest possible gym space allowance (secondary level schools require a larger gymnasium to accommodate the education curriculum), and this allowance is deemed sufficient to accommodate multipurpose community needs.
Enrolment adjustments: When enrolment projections include potential offreserve nonaboriginal students subject to joint school contribution arrangements with provincial authorities, or when notaccountedfor students should be considered, manual enrolment adjustments need to be recorded and approved using Appendix D, and then applied to the SSAS (Appendix B, Table 1.1, Column B).
When using Appendix E tables, it is important to abide by the SSAS rules and not to make assumptions, or extrapolations, beyond the limits allowed by the tables. In some cases, the SSAS cannot be applied mechanically and judgement is needed to work around limitations. For example:
Conflictual situation: A K9 school has a projected enrolment of 35 kindergarten students (fulltime equivalent) and 120 elementary/secondary students (total of 155 students). In this case, the number of kindergarten students would suggest using Appendix ETable F3A (2752 kindergarten students). However, note that, in Table F3A, elementary/ secondary enrolments only start at 295 students (the first line in the table). Applying mechanically the first line of Table F3A would yield a total school GFA of 3,739 m^{2}, which would correspond to a school sized to service 175 more elementary/secondary students than supported by the projected enrolment.
Recommended approach: As a first step, it would be more appropriate to apply the SSAS by using Appendix E Table F2A, which provides floor space for up to 26 kindergarten students (not enough), and use line B (113138 students; appropriate for an enrolment of 120) which yields a school GFA allowance of 2,055 m^{2}. As a second step, manually provide the school with an additional kindergarten classroom by adding 134.4 m^{2} (additional space allocations are discussed in Section 2.6) to accommodate the rest of the kindergarten students (from 27 to 35). This scenario yields a total school GFA of 2,189 m^{2}; which meets the need, is more realistic, and is in line with SSAS provisions.
2.5 Additional floor space allowance for special needs students
INAC's Education Program provides remedial instruction, clinical services, and other support services to students who have learning disabilities and other special needs. Consequently, the department provides additional space allowance for each special needs student in the determination of the GFA allowance for a school. This extra floor space can either be allocated towards larger regular classrooms, or to special classrooms as required.
To determine the number of special needs students in First Nation communities, teachers and specialists are involved in the assessment of students to determine their eligibility for special education services under the Department's Special Education Program. Accordingly, the department annually tracks the number of special needs students together with other nominal roll information.
Special needs student enrolments must be recorded and approved by the appropriate project authorities using Appendix C forms. Justifications must be provided when enrollment numbers differ from the department's records. When applying the SSAS, the additional floor space allowance for special needs students is determined as follows:
Regular floor space for special needs students — In the SSAS, special needs students should be considered as part of projected enrolments for the 5th year, together with other students. Projected enrolments (including special needs students) must be recorded in Table 1.1 of Appendix B. This information is then used to determine regular gross floor allowances.
Additional floor space allowance for special needs students — The SSAS allocates an additional 3.75 m^{2} of school floor space to each special needs student. To determine the additional school space allowance for a proposed school, SSAS users need to fill out Tables 1.3 and 2.6 in Appendix B, and incorporate the resulting additional space in Table 2.7 overall GFA calculations.
2.6 Additional floor space allowances for enrolments higher than SSAS limits
Sometimes, enrolment projection values are above the limits granted by the GFA values listed in Appendix E. In such cases, Appendix B forms still need to be completed using the largest available GFA values in the lookup tables. Building on this largest possible GFA allowance, SSAS users can obtain additional space allowances for kindergarten and elementary/secondary students as follows:
Kindergarten students: Filling out Appendix B Table 2.4 provides an additional kindergarten classroom (100.8 m^{2} of net space) and associated circulation/common space for every additional group of 26 students above the maximum level granted by Appendix E GFA tables.
Elementary/secondary students: Filling out Appendix B Table 2.5 provides an additional classroom (69.1 m^{2} of net space) and associated circulation/common space for every additional group of 26 students above the maximum level granted by Appendix E GFA tables.
Additional floor space is provided in accordance with the methodology used in the development of Appendix E GFA tables. However, adjustments over the SSAS limits, even though supported by valid and approved enrolment projections, may, in some cases (e.g. enrolment that is twice the maximum set out in the GFA tables) require further examination on a case by case basis and may be subject to further INAC approvals.
2.7 Minimum Level of Service Standard (LoSS) for schools
To qualify for capital funding for the construction of an onreserve school, the minimum enrolment projection (for the 5th year of occupancy) is 10 fulltime equivalent students. In addition, the average enrolment for the first 5 years of school occupancy must be at least 10 students. For example, a projected enrolment of 8 fulltime students and 4 halftime kindergarten students (equivalent to 2 fulltime students) would meet the required minimum of 10. In such cases, a school including one basic classroom may be established. Consistent with this minimum level of service, the lookup tables presented in Appendix E provide school space allowances for an enrolment starting at 10 or more students.
2.8 Special purpose rooms floor space considerations
The number, type, andsize of specialpurpose rooms provided will vary depending on the type of school, the grade levels offered, and the projected enrolment. Typically, the larger a planned school is, and the larger the required number and size of specialpurpose rooms is. Also, when they are required, some special purpose rooms such as an auditorium or a gymnasium should expand in size as the number of students and the number of grade levels increase. Floor space allowances for those rooms are taken into account in the GFA tables of Appendix E (no distinct or additional space for those rooms is eligible for federal government funding unless justified by project proponents and approved by INAC).
Specialpurpose rooms include:
Administration areas: School space required for administration offices and staff rooms. Floor space allowance for administration areas varies considerably depending on enrolment projections.
Storage rooms: Storage space for educational supplies. Storage rooms should be sized to meet the specific needs of the school. In remote areas, such as Zones 3 and 4, where schools get their supplies only once a year, it is particularly important that sufficient storage space be available. On a case by case basis, extra storage can be provided in addition to the space specified in the GFA tables, but must be justified in the proponents' submission for funding.
Gym office: A gym office is recommended when a school includes 16 or more classrooms, or when the education curriculum justifies hiring a fulltime physical education instructor. When a school needs more than one fulltime physical education instructor, a separate office for each fulltime instructor is advisable.
Multipurpose room: An elementary/secondary school with a planned student enrolment between 35 and 60 or higher normally includes a multipurpose room.
First aid room: A first aid or health space should be provided in all schools. A first aid room should include enough space to accommodate a sink and a lockable cupboard for supplies. In schools with fewer than six classrooms, this type of space may be incorporated in the multipurpose room or the administration area. For larger schools, a dedicated first aid room is recommended.
Cafeteria: The floor space for a school cafeteria is accounted for as a separate portion of the total gross floor allowance set out in the Appendix E tables.
Gymnasium: The floor space for a school gym is accounted for as a separate portion of the total gross floor area allowance set out in the Appendix E tables. Additional gym space can be provided pursuant to Section 2.1.
Library/resource center: A library is recommended in elementary/secondary schools with a planned student enrolment of 61 or more students.
Mechanical room: Since the floor space for the school's mechanical room is not accounted for in the GFA tables, the necessary area shall be manually added to the GFA and justified in the proponents' submission for funding.
Other specialpurpose rooms:
Auditoriums
Science rooms
Computer rooms
Home economics rooms
Industrial art rooms
Any other rooms required to support the First Nation education curriculum.
3. School design considerations
This section discusses school design aspects that derive from applying the SSAS, and that should be considered once the eligible floor space has been determined using the methodology described above. As a condition for INAC funding, school designs should comply with applicable statutes, regulations, codes, standards, and other criteria — those compliance requirements are outside the scope of the SSAS and are covered in a separate document. Please refer to the Protocol for INACFunded Infrastructure (PIFI).
3.1 Design horizon
Consistent with previous SSAS versions, onreserve school projects should be sized on the basis of projected student enrolment 5 years after school opening. However to avoid partial school occupancy situations in early years, while still allowing for eventual medium and longterm student population increases, the following clarifications on school design horizon and scope need to be noted:
Core Design — The core area of a school, which includes functional and service spaces as well as gathering areas, should be sized on the basis of projected student enrolment 5 years after school opening;
Classrooms — School design should provide educational space to service the planned student enrolment for the first year upon school opening and allow the construction of selfcontained modular classrooms in subsequent years, as and if projected increases in student population materialize.
Modular classrooms — A modular classroom is a room that can be constructed or installed at a later date and attached to the school building, as justified by school enrolments. The design plans of the proposed school should illustrate both the classrooms that will service the student enrolment planned for the first year upon school opening (hard lines — immediate construction), and the modular classrooms that could be added to service the projected student enrolment up to 5 years after school opening (dashed lines — construction deferred to a later date), including access corridors (included in the GFA allowance). Modular classrooms are typically equipped with individual heating units — please note that the space needed to accommodate those heating units is not accounted for by the GFA space allowances and therefore has to be added separately.
The intent of the above provisions is to promote the construction of modular schools that meet the evolving needs of First Nation communities while achieving value for money and sustainability. Deferring the capital cost of additional classrooms also postpones the associated operation and maintenance costs over the years where that floor space is not needed. It is the designer's responsibility to plan the school's core design and site development to accommodate future expansions.
Notwithstanding the above statements, should there be a clear demonstration of the costeffectiveness of providing more classrooms than required in the first year of school operation, then a derogation request supported by a detailed justification shall be included in the proponents' submission for funding.
This design horizon approach applies to school projects based on the premise that the projected student population increases over the first five years following the school opening. In exceptional cases where this premise does not apply (for example in cases where projected student enrolment fluctuates or decreases over the first five years, and in any other special circumstances that require a different space allocation design approach), formal approval from INAC is required.
3.2 School layout
As explained in Section 2.0, eligible school size is expressed as GFA allowance, which encompasses all enclosed floor areas measured on plan to the outside face of perimeter walls. The GFA allowance is, therefore, a gross space (as opposed to net space) that includes entrance lobbies, corridors, and stairways (i.e. all circulation areas) as well as unusable space occupied by openings, walls, partitions, and columns. The GFA approach to determining eligible school space (as opposed to the detailed net space provisions approach of past versions of the SSAS) provides the designer flexibility to establish a school layout that suits sitespecific and communityspecific requirements. Concurrently, it is the responsibility of the school designer to achieve efficiencies and to lay out the school so that it meets identified needs and accommodates all educational and specialpurpose rooms within the eligible gross floor space.
In addition, as a best practice requirement, the school design should comply with a Net to Gross floor area ratio ranging between 70% and 80%:
NFA: Net Floor Area – The sum of the inside dimensions of all instructional and specialpurpose areas measured on plan.
GFA: Gross Floor Area – The sum of all enclosed areas measured on plan to the outside face of perimeter walls.
The SSAS provides GFA allowances based on the premise that the projected enrolments for the grades to be offered can be accommodated in a single school building or school complex; unless a feasibility study clearly demonstrates that all reasonable land expansion options have been considered and that there are compelling reasons (e.g. site restrictions) for building educational facilities on separate sites.
3.3 Classrooms number and size
The number and size of classrooms should be based on projected student enrolments and should comply with applicable provincial requirements.
Kindergarten — Kindergarten classrooms should be designed to accommodate a maximum of 26 fulltime students (or 52 halftime students). A separate kindergarten classroom is allowed for an enrolment of less than 6 students (or 12 halftime students). The recommended floor area for a kindergarten classroom is 100.8 m^{2}, with 66.9 m^{2} considered minimum. Consistent with these allowances, the GFA lookup tables in Appendix E provide a kindergarten classroom for each increment of 26 kindergarten students (or 52 halftime students). Space allowances for kindergarten classrooms are incorporated into the GFA values provided by the lookup tables. Note: In cases where kindergarten students attend school on a half time basis, kindergarten enrolments need to be converted into fulltime equivalents for the purpose of applying the SSAS. For example, an enrolment of 20 halftime K4 and 16 fulltime K5 students would require a single kindergarten classroom accommodating: 10 K4 + 16 K5 = 26 students in the morning; and 10 K4 + 16 K5 = 26 students in the afternoon. In fulltime equivalents, this translates into (20 ÷ 2) K4 + 16 K5 = 26 students, which corresponds to Appendix E tables with a 626 kindergarten bracket. Appendix B forms provide detailed instructions in this regard.
Elementary/Secondary — Classroom size should comply with provincial requirements, which typically correspond to accommodating 25 or 26 students. The floor area typically recommended for a classroom is 69.1 m^{2}, with 66.9m^{2} considered minimum. However, when grade enrolment is very small, consideration can be given to smaller than standard classrooms.
3.4 Provincial curriculum compliance
The school design must conform to the SSAS, with the exception of where an accommodation needs to be made in order to support a provincial education curriculum. The need for any proposed exception must be demonstrated by the proponent in their submission to INAC, for Regional Director's General consideration. Any exception recommended by an INAC Regional Director General must then be submitted to INAC Headquarters, subject to applicable capital project reviews and approvals.
Appendices
Appendix A: School Space Accommodation Standards Application Guide
The following provides instructions on how to use the School Space Accommodation Standards Application Form of Appendix B through a concrete example.
EXAMPLE:
You are applying for a proposed comprehensive school with kindergarten. The proposed school will be located in Zone 4, with no yearround access. In addition, there is no community space available. The provincial education curriculum in your region does not require fulltime kindergarten attendance. The school's opening is scheduled for 2018. The approved enrolment projections for this school project are provided in Appendix F (also used to support Section 2.3). The school needs to accommodate Special Needs Students, which are expected to represent 10% of the student population.
Preliminary SSAS application step
Summarizing the school project and gathering the information that is necessary for the application of the SSAS:
School project scope: K12 (Divisions I, II, III, and IV)
Zone: Zone 4
Community space: No community space is available, thus extra gym space is allowed.
Kindergarten regime: It is anticipated that kindergarten students will attend school on a halfday basis.
Expected opening date: The school is expected to open in 2018. Thus, the design year (the 5th year after the school opening) is: 2018 + 5 = 2023.
Enrolment projections for 2023 are provided in Appendix F.
Special Needs Students: SN students represent 10% of the projected enrolment. The school is eligible for additional space for those students.
Gathering data from Appendix F, for convenience:
Projected Enrolment for 2023 (Appendix F)
Grade Levels
Enrolments
Special Needs Students
K4
42 (half time)→ 21 FTE
2 (10% of 21)
K5
37 (half time)→ 19 FTE
2 (10% of 19)
1
43
4 (10% of 43, etc.)
2
41
4
3
39
4
4
37
4
5
38
4
6
38
4
7
44
4
8
48
5
9
52
5
10
23
2
11
9
1
12
14
1
Projected Enro
Step 1: Proposed school project enrolment (SSAS input information)
Using the enrolment data compiled above, fill out Table 1.1 as follows:
1.1 Proposed School Project Enrolments
Grades
lments (1)
Manual Adjustments to Enrolments (2)
(Appendix D)
Recorded Enrolments
For SSAS
(C = A + B)
Special Needs Students (3)
(Appendix C)
A
B
C
D
K4 (4)
21
0
21
E1
2
E2
K5 (4)
19
0
19
F1
2
F2
1
43
0
43
G1
4
G2
2
41
0
41
H1
4
H2
3
39
0
39
I1
4
I2
4
37
0
37
J1
4
J2
5
38
0
38
K1
4
K2
6
38
0
38
L1
4
L2
7
44
0
44
M1
4
m2
8
48
0
48
N1
5
N2
9
52
0
52
O1
5
O2
10
23
0
23
P1
2
P2
11
9
0
9
Q1
1
Q2
12
14
0
14
R1
1
R2
Projected enrolment: As per the results of an enrolment study, (sample study results provided in Appendix F) for the 5th year after the school opens.
Manual adjustments: Typically, adjustments made either to account for student places purchased through a joint school contribution and that need to be subtracted from the enrolments, or to account for additional student places not contained in projected enrolments. When adjusting for student places not indicated by an enrollment study, Appendix D must be completed and signed, and attached to the school project submission. However, in this particular example, the enrolment projection in Appendix F already took into consideration sitespecific knowledge and any required adjustments. Therefore no manual adjustments are required in Table 1.1.
The number of special needs students must be supported by a completed and signed Appendix C. Note that the number of special needs students are a subset of the total number of students recorded for each grade. In other words, Special Needs Students are part of the total school enrolment, and as such, they are allotted regular Gross Floor Area allowance, just like any other student. However, as we see in Table 1.3, Special Needs Students are eligible to additional space allowances.
Please note that regardless of the provincial education curriculum, INAC allows fulltime attendance of kindergarten students. However, in this particular example fulltime attendance is not required and kindergarten students are expected to attend school on a halfday basis.
Now using Table 1.1 information, you need to fill out Tables 1.2 and 1.3 as follows, and then proceed to Step 2.
1.2 Summary of Enrolments to Determine
Gross Floor Allowances
Educational Divisions
Division I (Grades 1 to 3):
(Table 1.1: G1+H1+I1)
43+41+39 = 123
A
Division II (Grades 4 to 6):
(Table 1.1: J1+K1+L1)
37+38+38 = 113
B
Division III (Grades 7 to 9):
(Table 1.1: M1+N1+O1)
44+48+52 = 144
C
Division IV (Grads 10 to 12):
(Table 1.1: P1+Q1+R1)
23+9+14 = 46
D
Total
Kindergarten (K4 and K5):
(Table 1.1: E1+F1)→
21+19 = 40
E
Elementary and Secondary
(F= A+B+C+D)
123
+113
+144
+46
= 426
F
1.3 Summary of Special Needs Students to Determine Additional School Space Allowances
Educational Divisions
Division I (Grades 1 to 3):
(Table 1.1: G2+H2+I2)
4+4+4 = 12
A
Division II (Grades 4 to 6):
(Table 1.1: J2+K2+L2)
4+4+4 = 12
B
Division III (Grades 7 to 9):
(Table 1.1: m2+N2+O2)
4+5+5 = 14
C
Division IV (Grades 10 to 12):
(Table 1.1: P2+Q2+R2)
2+1+1 = 4
D
Total
Kindergarten (K4 and K5):
(Table 1.1: E2+F2)→
2+2 = 4
E
Elementary and Secondary Special Needs Students (F= A+B+C+D)
12
+12
+14
+4
= 42
F
Step 2: Calculation of Gross Floor Area allowances (SSAS application)
Table 2.1: The community is located in Zone 4 and does not already have available community space. Thus, the proposed school is eligible for extra gym space. As indicated at the bottom of Table 2.1, let's proceed to Table 2.2 to apply the SSAS.
In Table 2.2:
Select the line that corresponds to the appropriate school type: In this case select "Comprehensive with kindergarten / K12 (Divisions I,II,III, and IV)"
Select the appropriate kindergarten bracket: In this case, select 2752 (based on Table 1.2, where E = 40)
Select the appropriate Elementary/Secondary bracket: In this case, select "295580" (based on Table 1.2, where F = 426)
Go to Line F, on Lookup Table H3A, in Appendix E, and fill out Table 2.2 as follows:
2.2 Determining Gross Floor Area Allowances For Schools that do not Qualify for Extra Gymnasium Space
School Type
Grades and Divisions
Applicable Enrolments (Input from Step 1.2)
Applicable Appendix E Table
Basic GFA (m^{2})
Gym GFA (m^{2})
Cafeteria GFA (m^{2})
TOTAL GFA (m^{2})
Kindergarten
(Table 1.2 E)
Elementary
Secondary
(Table
1.2 F)
A
B
C
D
Primary / Intermediate
with Kindergarten
K to 6
Division
I & II
6 – 26
0 – 86
C1A
6 – 26
87 – 160
C2A
27  52
35 – 320
C3A
Comprehensive with Kindergarten
K to 12
Division
I, II, III, IV
6 – 26
10 – 86
H1A
6 – 26
87 – 424
H2A
27  52
295  580
H3A
4,046
336
1,064
5,446
Proceed to Table 2.4
Important Note: Even though the SSAS application methodology involves recording kindergarten students to determine which Appendix E lookup table applies, Elementary/Secondary Students only are used when looking up the GFA allowance: this is because kindergarten enrolment and associated classrooms are in fact taken into account and already embedded into the GFA allowance values.
At this stage, you have used the GFA lookup tables in Appendix E to determine your proposed school project's GFA allowance. In the following, you will determine additional eligible space allowances for your proposed school project. Proceed to Table 2.4.
In Table 2.4:
Your school project has 40 kindergarten students (Table 1.2, E = 40), which is within the bracket (2752) provided by Table H3A (Appendix E) that you just applied.
You therefore now select "NO" in Table 2.4, and proceed to Table 2.5.
There is no need to fill out the rest of Table 2.4.
2.4 Additional Space Allowance for Kindergarten Enrolment Greater Than Listed in Tables
YES
NO
Is your projected kindergarten enrolment greater than the maximum enrolment listed in Table 2.2/2.3?
_
X
If you answered No, proceed to Table 2.5
If you answered Yes, fill in Table 2.4
Proceed to Table 2.5
In Table 2.5:
Your school project has 426 Elementary/Secondary students (Table 1.2, F = 426), which is within the bracket (295580) provided by Table H3A (Appendix E) that you just applied.
You therefore select "NO" in Table 2.5, and proceed to Table 2.6.
There is no need to fill out the rest of Table 2.5.
2.5 Additional Space Allowance for Elementary/Secondary Enrolment Greater Than Listed in Tables
YES
NO
Is your projected Elementary/Secondary enrolment greater than the maximum enrolment listed in Table 2.2/2.3?
_
X
If you answered No, proceed to Table 2.6
If you answered Yes, fill in Table 2.5
Proceed to Table 2.6
Now, proceed to Table 2.6, which provides additional floor space for Special Needs Students. Fill out Table 2.6 as indicated:
2.6 Additional Space Allowance for Special Needs Students
Number of Kindergarten Special Needs Students (Table 1.3 E)→
4
A
Number of Elementary/Secondary Special Needs Students (Table 1.3 F)→
42
B
Total Number of Special Needs Students C = A + B →
4+42=46
C
Additional Space Allowance for each Special Needs Students
3.75 m^{2}
D
Additional GFA for Special Needs Students (m^{2}): multiply E = C x D →
46 x 3.75=
172.5
E
Proceed to Table 2.7
Table 2.6 provides 172.5 m^{2} of additional space for Special Needs Students.
Now compile all floor space allowances for your proposed school project in Table 2.7, as shown below:
2.7 Summary of School Space Allowances
SSAS Application Results
Basic Gross Floor Allowance (m^{2})
(Table 2.2 or 2.3 A)→
4,046
A
Cafeteria Floor Allowance (m^{2})
(Table 2.2 or 2.3 B)→
336
B
Gymnasium Floor Allowance (m^{2})
(Table 2.2 or 2.3 C)→
1,064
C
Subtotal Gross Floor Allowances (m^{2})
D = A + B + C→
5,446
D
Additional Space Allowance for Kindergarten Enrolment
Beyond Values Listed (m^{2})
(Table 2.4 G)→
0.0
E
Additional Space Allowance for Elementary and Secondary Enrolment
Beyond Values Listed (m^{2})
(Table 2.5 G)→
0.0
F
Additional Space Allowance for Special Needs Students
(Table 2.6 E)→
172.5
G
Subtotal Additional Space Allowances (m^{2})
H = E + F +G→
172.5
H
Grand Total of GFA Allowances for the Proposed School (m^{2})
(SSAS Final Result)
I = D + H →
5,446.0
+172.5
5,618.5
I
End of SSAS Application. Process to Step 3 Checklists
This ends the application of the SSAS.
Step 3: School project compliance checklist and approvals
Your school project must meet all of INAC's requirements listed in Table 3.1.
Appendix B: School Space Accommodation Standards — Application Form
School project proponents are required to fill out this SSAS Application Form and to join it to their school project submission to INAC.
Step 1: Proposed school project enrolment (SSAS input information)
Enter the student enrolment projected for the design year (i.e. for the 5th year of occupancy of the planned school). Kindergarten enrolment must be entered as fulltime equivalents. If necessary, specify manual adjustments to the enrolments (Column B). If applicable, specify how many students should be recorded as "special needs students" (Column C). Compile the totals as indicated in Table 1.1, and then in tables 1.2 and 1.3 below. Then proceed to Step 2.
1.1 Proposed School Project Enrolment
Grades
Projected Enrolments (1)
Manual Adjustments to Enrolments (2)
(Appendix D)
Recorded Enrolments
For SSAS
(C = A + B)
Special Needs Students (3)
(Appendix C)
A
B
C
D
K4 (4)
E1
E2
K5 (4)
F1
F2
1
G1
G2
2
H1
H2
3
I1
I2
4
J1
J2
5
K1
K2
6
L1
L2
7
M1
m^{2}
8
N1
N2
9
O1
O2
10
P1
P2
11
Q1
Q2
12
R1
R2
Table 1.1 Column A contains the results of a student enrolment study for the proposed onreserve school, which should be attached to the submission to INAC. At an early stage of a proposed school project, Column 1.1 A can contain the preliminary enrolment figures compiled in the Schools Priority Ranking Framework (SPRF).
Table 1.1 Column B contains manual adjustments that the proponents wish to make, as supported by the completed and signed Appendix D. Make sure that students to be added are entered as a positive (+) value, and that students to be subtracted are entered as a negative () value.
The number of special needs students must be supported by the completed and signed Appendix C. The number of special needs students (Table 1.1 Column D) must be smaller than (i.e. a subset of) the number of recorded students (Table1.1 Column C).
Kindergarten enrolments must be entered as full time equivalents for the purpose of applying the SSAS. The number of half time student enrolments must therefore be divided by 2. For example, 20 K4 parttime students should be entered as: 20/2=10 in Table 1.1.
1.2 Summary of Enrolments to Determine Gross Floor Allowances
Educational Divisions
Division I (Grades 1 to 3):
(Table 1.1: G1+H1+I1)
A
Division II (Grades 4 to 6):
(Table 1.1: J1+K1+L1)
B
Division III (Grades 7 to 9):
(Table 1.1: M1+N1+O1)
C
Division IV (Grades 10 to 12):
(Table 1.1: P1+Q1+R1)
D
Total
Kindergarten (K4 and K5):
(Table 1.1: E1+F1)→
E
Elementary and Secondary Special Needs Students
(F= A+B+C+D)
F
1.3 Summary of Special Needs Students to Determine Additional School Space Allowances
Educational Divisions
Division I (Grades 1 to 3):
(Table 1.1: G2+H2+I2)
A
Division II (Grades 4 to 6):
(Table 1.1: J2+K2+L2)
B
Division III (Grades 7 to 9):
(Table 1.1: m2+N2+O2)
C
Division IV (Grades 10 to 12):
(Table 1.1: P2+Q2+R2)
D
Total
Kindergarten Special Needs Students
Kindergarten (K4 and K5):
(Table 1.1: E2+F2)→
E
Elementary and Secondary Special Needs Students
(F= A+B+C+D)
F
Step 2: Calculation of Gross Floor Allowances (SSAS application)
2.1 Eligibility Criteria for Extra Gymnasium Space Allowance
YES
NO
Community does not have access to any existing community center, emergency shelter facility, or existing gymnasium serving as such a facility
_
_
Community is Located in Zone 3 or 4 and does not already have available community space in any existing school or other building.
_
_
If you answered Yes to either of these questions, your project is eligible for additional Gym Space Allowance. Go to Table 2.2
If you answered No to both of these questions, your project is not eligible for additional Gym Space Allowance. Go to Table 2.3
Use either Table 2.2 or 2.3 as applicable, to determine the Gross Floor Allowances for the proposed school project:
Select the applicable Kindergarten enrolment bracket from Step 1.2 E. Then select the applicable elementary/secondary enrolment bracket from Table 1.2 F. This determines which GFA lookup table to use in Appendix E.
In the selected Appendix E table, use the applicable elementary/secondary enrolment bracket from Table 1.2 F to lookup the GFA values. Then write those values on the appropriate line and in each of columns A,B,C and D in Table 2.2/2.3.
Proceed to Table 2.4
2.2 Determining Gross Floor Area Allowances
For Schools that Qualify for Extra Gymnasium Space
School Type
Grades and Divisions
Applicable Enrolments (Input from Step 1.2)
Applicatble
Appendix E
Table
Basic GFA (m^{2})
Gym GFA (m^{2})
Cafeteria GFA (m^{2})
TOTAL GFA (m^{2})
Kindergarten
(Table 1.2 E)
Elementary
Secondary
(Table
1.2 F)
A
B
C
D
Primary / Intermediate
with Kindergarten
K to 6
Division
I & II
6 – 26
0 – 86
C1A
6 – 26
87 – 320
C2A
27  52
35 – 320
C3A
Primary / Intermediate without Kindergarten
1 – 6
Division
I & II
0
10  242
D1A
Kindergarten Only
K4 & K5
Division I
10  156
0
E1A
Elementary / Junior / Secondary with Kindergarten
K to 9
Division
I, II, III
6 – 26
10 – 86
F1A
6 – 26
87 – 476
F2A
27  52
295  476
F3A
Elementary / Junior / Secondary without Kindergarten
1 to 9
Division
I, II, III
0
10 – 86
G1A
0
87  320
G2A
Comprehensive with Kindergarten
K to 12
Division
I, II, III, IV
6  26
10 – 86
H1A
6  26
87 – 424
H2A
27  52
295  580
H3A
Comprehensive without Kindergarten
1 – 12
Division
II, III, IV
0
10 86
J1A
0
87  320
J2A
Intermediate / Elementary / Junior Secondary
4 – 9
Division
II & III
0
10 – 86
K1A
0
87  528
K2A
Intermediate / Elementary / Secondary
4 – 12
Division
II, III, IV
0
10 – 86
L1A
0
87  632
L2A
Secondary
7 – 12
Division
II, III, IV
0
10  86
M1A
0
87  632
M2A
2.3 Determining Gross Floor Area Allowances For Schools that Qualify for Extra Gymnasium Space
School Type
Grades and Divisions
Applicable Enrolments (Input from Step 1.2)
Applicatble
Appendix E Table
Basic GFA (m^{2})
Gym GFA (m^{2})
Cafeteria GFA (m^{2})
TOTAL GFA (m^{2})
Kindergarten
(Table 1.2 E)
Elementary
Secondary
(Table
1.2 F)
A
B
C
D
Primary / Intermediate
with Kindergarten
K to 6
Division
I & II
6 – 26
0 – 86
C1B
6 – 26
87 – 320
C2B
27  52
35 – 320
C3B
Primary / Intermediate without Kindergarten
1 – 6
Division
I & II
0
10  242
D1B
Kindergarten Only
K4 & K5
Division I
10  156
0
E1B
Elementary / Junior / Secondary with Kindergarten
K to 9
Division
I, II, III
6 – 26
10 – 86
F1B
6 – 26
87 – 476
F2B
27  52
295  476
F3B
Elementary / Junior / Secondary without Kindergarten
1 to 9
Division
I, II, III
0
10 – 86
G1B
0
87  320
G2B
Comprehensive with Kindergarten
K to 12
Division
I, II, III, IV
6  26
10 – 86
H1B
6  26
87 – 424
H2B
27  52
295  580
H3B
Comprehensive without Kindergarten
1 – 12
Division
II, III, IV
0
10 86
J1B
0
87  320
J2B
Intermediate / Elementary / Junior Secondary
4 – 9
Division
II & III
0
10 – 86
K1B
0
87  528
K2B
Intermediate / Elementary / Secondary
4 – 12
Division
II, III, IV
0
10 – 86
L1B
0
87  632
L2B
Secondary
7 – 12
Division
II, III, IV
0
10  86
M1B
0
87  632
M2B
Proceed to Table 2.4
Note: When applying Table 2.2/2.3, if either or both Kindergarten and Elementary/Secondary enrolments are greater than the values that are listed in the Table, follow this procedure:
If only one of your two enrolment values is above the listed values, i.e. you are hesitating between two lines in Table 2.2/2.3, then → Use the upper line of the two and apply the corresponding SSAS Appendix E Table. Then proceed to Table 2.4 or 2.5, which provide additional school space to cover your enrolment shortage.
If both your Kindergarten and Elementary/Secondary enrolments are above the values provided in Table 2.2/2.3, then → Use the lowest line possible for your school type in the Table (i.e. the one with highest possible enrolment brackets) and apply the corresponding SSAS Appendix E Table. Then proceed to both Table 2.4 and 2.5 to fill the gap and get additional space.
2.4 Additional Space Allowance for Kindergarten Enrolment Greater Than Listed in Tables (1)
YES
NO
Is your projected Kindergarten enrolment greater than the maximum enrolment listed in Table 2.2/2.3?
_
_
If you answered No, proceed to Table 2.5
If you answered Yes, fill in Table 2.4
Kindergarten Enrolment (Table 1.2 E)→
A
From the line of Table 2.2/2.3 that you used, enter the upper value of the corresponding Kindergarten enrolment bracket.
(For example, for a K enrolment of 53104, enter 104 here)→
B
Enrolment shortage not yet included in GFA: C = A – B →
C
Calculate: D = C divided by 26 D = C ÷ 26 →
D
Calculate: Round up D to the next unit (e.g. if D = 2.34, enter E = 3)→
E
Additional unit GFA Space Allowance (100.8 m^{2} (net) ÷ 0.75 ratio)→
134.4 m^{2} GFA
F
Additional Kindergarten GFA (m^{2}): multiply G = E x F →
G
Proceed to Table 2.5
Table 2.4 provides an additional Kindergarten classroom and associated circulation space for each increment of 26 students, consistent with Appendix E GFA tables underlying space allocation methodology.
2.5 Additional Space Allowance for Elementary/Secondary Enrolment Greater Than Listed in Tables (1)
YES
NO
Is your projected Elementary/Secondary enrolment greater than the maximum enrolment listed in Table 2.2/2.3?
If you answered No, proceed to Table 2.6
If you answered Yes, fill in Table 2.5
Elementaty/Secondary Enrolment (Table 1.2 F)→
A
From the line of Table 2.2/2.3 that you used, enter the upper value of the corresponding Elementary/Secondary enrolment bracket.
(For example, for an enrolment of 87320, enter 320 here)→
B
Enrolment shortage not yet included in GFA: C = A – B →
C
Calculate: D = C divided by 26 D = C ÷ 26 →
D
Calculate: Round up D to the next unit (e.g. if D = 2.34, enter E = 3)→
E
Additional unit GFA Space Allowance (69.1 m^{2} (net) ÷ 0.75 ratio)→
92.1 m^{2} GFA
F
Additional Elementary/Secondary GFA (m^{2}): multiply G = E x F →
G
Proceed to Table 2.6
Table 2.5 provides an additional Elementary/Secondary classroom and associated circulation space for each increment of 26 students, consistent with Appendix E GFA tables underlying space allocation methodology.
2.6 Additional Space Allowance for Special Needs Students
Number of Kindergarten Special Needs Students (Table 1.3 E)→
A
Number of Elementary/Secondary Special Needs Students (Table 1.3 F)→
B
Total Number of Special Needs Students C = A + B →
C
Additional Space Allowance for each Special Needs Students
3.75 m^{2}
D
Additional GFA for Special Needs Students (m^{2}): multiply E = C x D →
E
Proceed to Table 2.7
2.7 Summary of School Space Allowances SSAS Application Results
Basic Gross Floor Allowance (m^{2})
(Table 2.2 or 2.3 A)→
A
Cafeteria Floor Allowance (m^{2})
(Table 2.2 or 2.3 B)→
B
Gymnasium Floor Allowance (m^{2})
(Table 2.2 or 2.3 C)→
C
Subtotal Gross Floor Allowances (m^{2})
D = A + B + C→
D
Additional Space Allowance for Kindergarten Enrolment
Beyond Values Listed (m^{2})
(Table 2.4 G)→
E
Additional Space Allowance for Elementary and Secondary Enrolment
Beyond Values Listed (m^{2})
(Table 2.5 G)→
F
Additional Space Allowance for Special Needs Students
(Table 2.6 E)→
G
Subtotal Additional Space Allowances (m^{2})
H = E + F +G→
H
Grand Total of GFA Allowances for the Proposed School (m^{2})
(SSAS Final Result)
I = D + H →
I
End of SSAS Application.
Process to Step 3 Checklists
Step 3: School project compliance checklist and approvals
3.1 Program Requirements Checklist
A
Provincial curriculum compliance
_
B
Proper justification for special needs students (Appendix C)
_
C
Proper justification for enrolment adjustments (Appendix D)
_
D
First Nation heritage / cultural space as required
_
E
Cafeteria space (per calculated allowance)
_
F
Gymnasium space (per calculated allowance)
_
G
Space for special needs students (per calculated allowance)
_
H
Net to Gross ratio between 7080%
_
3.2 School Project Compliance and SSAS Application Acknowledgement
I acknowledge that I have read and understand the requirements listed above and will assure with all compliance requirements therein.
First Nation Responsibility Centre
CHIEF and COUNCIL'S
DELEGATED REPRESENTATIVE
BAND PROJECT MANAGER
A
Name
Name
B
Signature
Signature
C
Date
Date
3.3 INAC Review
INAC REGIONAL OFFICER
A
Name
B
Signature
C
Date
Note: The INAC review by a Regional Officer only attests that departmental due diligence was applied, and that the application of the SSAS as submitted by the First Nation meets all applicable SSAS requirements. SSAS application forms must be attached to school project application submissions, together with other documents required by the project approval process, and the required departmental signatures that are required at that stage.
Appendix C: Enrolment Approval for Special Needs Students Form
This form must be completed and signed by the indicated authorities before values for Special Needs Students will be approved in the calculation of the space allowances for the school.
1. Project Data
New School Project
_
Existing School Modernization/Expansion/Addition
_
School Name:
N/A
Band Number:
Band Name:
Reserve Number:
Reserve Name:
Postal Code:
Zone
Zone 1 __ Zone 2 __ Zone 3 __ Zone 4 __;
Community Access
_
Normal YearRound Access
_
FlyIn only or NoYearRound Access only (e.g.: Winter Road/Ice Bridge/ Ferry)
_
2. Special Needs Students Enrolment  Kindergarten
2.1 If not Applicable, check this box and then go to Item #3. _
2.2 If applicable, check this box and then enter the approved Special Needs Students enrolment, as fulltime equivalents, in the table below. _
Grades
A
K4
B
K5
C
TOTAL
3. Special Needs Student Enrolment – Elementary and Secondary
3.1 If not Applicable, check this box and then go to Item #3. __
3.2 If applicable, check this box and then enter the approved Special Needs Students enrolment in the table below. __
Grades
A
Grades 13
Division I
B
Grades 46
Division II
C
Grades 79
Division III
D
Grades 1012
Division IV
E
TOTAL
4. Total Special Needs Student Enrolment – Kindergarten + Elementary and Secondary
A
TOTAL
(2C + 3E)
5. Special Needs Student Enrolment Eligibility Checklist
This hereby certifies that the details of special needs student enrolment requirements have been received and approved as required, that there is no incomplete work and that there are no flaws, omissions, or missing documents/approvals.
_
This hereby certifies that all special needs student enrolments have met all INAC and regulatory requirements.
_
This hereby certifies that Tribal Council has reviewed and approved all special needs student enrolments.
_
This hereby certifies that INAC’s Regional Office has reviewed and approved all special needs student enrolment.
_
This hereby certifies that an INAC Funding Authority has reviewed and approved all special needs student enrolments.
_
This hereby certifies that all relevant documents are attached as required.
_
C 6. Approvals
6.1 First Nation Responsibility Centre
CHIEF and COUNCIL’S DELEGATED REPRESENTATIVE
BAND PROJECT MANAGER
A
Name
Name
B
Signature
Signature
C
Date
Date
6.2 INAC Review
INAC REGIONAL OFFICER
D
Name
E
Signature
F
Date
Note: If applicable, completed copies of all Appendix C forms must be attached to the completed SSAS Application Form (Appendix B).
Note: The INAC review by a Regional Officer only attests that departmental due diligence was applied, and that the application of the SSAS as submitted by the First Nation meets applicable SSAS requirements. SSAS application forms must be attached to school project application submissions, together with other documents required by the project approval process, and the required departmental signatures that are required at that stage.
Appendix D: Enrolment Adjustment Approval Form
This form must be completed and signed by the indicated authorities before values for adjustments to enrolment will be approved in the calculation of the space allowances for the school.
1. Project Data
New School Project
_
Existing School Modernization/Expansion/Addition
_
School Name:
N/A
Band Number:
Band Name:
Reserve Number:
Reserve Name:
Postal Code:
Zone
Zone 1 __ Zone 2 __ Zone 3 __ Zone 4 __;
Community Access
_
Normal YearRound Access
_
FlyIn only or NoYearRound Access only (e.g.: Winter Road/Ice Bridge/ Ferry)
_
2. Enrolment Adjustment  Kindergarten
2.1 If not applicable, check this box and then go to item #3 __
2.2 If applicable, check this box and enter approved enrolment adjustments
in the table below __
Grades
Minus PartTime Kindergarten Student Spaces Purchased Through Joint School Contribution (*1)
Minus FullTime Kindergarten Student Spaces Purchased Through Joint School Contribution (*1)
Plus Adjustments – Additional Student Spaces (Provide rationale)
Minus
Adjustments –
Deducted
Student
Spaces
(Provide rationale)
Total
1
2
3
4
5
A
K4
/ 2 =
B
K5
/ 2 =
C
TOTAL
*1 – Note: If students subject to a joint school contribution were not included in enrolment projections in the first place, they don’t need to be subtracted from enrolments at this stage.
3. Enrolment Adjustment – Elementary and Secondary
Grades
Minus Student Spaces Purchased Through Joint School Contribution (*2)
Plus Adjustments  Additional Student Spaces (Specify)
Minus
Adjustments 
Deducted
Student
Spaces
(Specify)
Total
1
2
3
4
A
Grades 13
Division I
B
Grades 46
Division II
C
Grades 79
Division III
D
Grades 1012
Division IV
E
TOTAL
*2 – Note: If students subject to a joint school contribution were not included in enrolment projections in the first place, they don’t need to be subtracted from enrolments at this stage.
4. Total Enrolment Adjustment – Kindergarten + Elementary and Secondary
A
TOTAL
(2C + 3E)
5. Enrolment Adjustment Eligibility Checklist
This hereby certifies that all details of enrolment adjustments have been received and approved, that there is no incomplete work, and that there are no flaws, omissions or missing documents/approvals.
_
This hereby certifies that this enrolment adjustment has met all INAC and regulatory requirements.
_
This hereby certifies that Tribal Council has reviewed and approved this enrolment adjustment.
_
This hereby certifies that INAC’s Regional Office has reviewed and approved this enrolment adjustment.
_
This hereby certifies that all relevant documents are attached as required.
_
D6. Approvals
6.1 First Nation Responsibility Centre
CHIEF and COUNCIL’S DELEGATED REPRESENTATIVE
BAND PROJECT MANAGER
A
Name
Name
B
Signature
Signature
C
Date
Date
6.2 INAC Review
INAC REGIONAL OFFICER
D
Name
E
Signature
F
Date
Note: If applicable, completed copies of all Appendix D forms must be attached to the completed SSAS Application Form (Appendix B).
Note: The INAC review by a Regional Officer only attests that departmental due diligence was applied, and that the application of the SSAS as submitted by the First Nation meets applicable SSAS requirements. SSAS application forms must be attached to school project application submissions, together with other documents required by the project approval process, and the required departmental signatures that are required at that stage.
Appendix E: Gross Floor Allowance Tables
C1A
Primary/Intermediate with Kindergarten (K6)
with Extra Gym Allowance
(626 Kindergarten FTEs and 086 Elementary Enrolments)
1
2
3
4
5
Enrolment
(not including kindergarten, but including special needs students)
Basic Gross Floor Allowance (m^{2})
Cafeteria Floor Allowance (m^{2})
Gymnasium Floor Allowance (m^{2})
Total Gross Floor Allowance (m^{2})
A
0  9
260
14
118
392
B
10  34
520
30
250
800
C
35  60
805
50
250
1,105
D
61  86
1,060
63
450
1,573
C1B
Primary/Intermediate with Kindergarten (K6)
without Extra Gym Allowance
(626 Kindergarten FTEs and 086 Elementary Enrolments)
1
2
3
4
5
Enrolment
(not including kindergarten, but including special needs students)
Basic Gross Floor Allowance (m^{2})
Cafeteria Floor Allowance (m^{2})
Gymnasium Floor Allowance (m^{2})
Total Gross Floor Allowance (m^{2})
A
0  9
260
14
118
392
B
10  34
520
30
126
676
C
35  60
805
50
250
1,105
D
61  86
1,060
63
250
1,373
C2A
Primary/Intermediate with Kindergarten (K6)
with Extra Gym Allowance
(626 Kindergarten FTEs and 87320 Elementary Enrolments)
1
2
3
4
5
Enrolment
(not including kindergarten)
Basic Gross Floor Allowance (m^{2})
Cafeteria Floor Allowance (m^{2})
Gymnasium Floor Allowance (m^{2})
Total Gross Floor Allowance (m^{2})
A
87  112
1,113
81
620
1,814
B
113  138
1,308
99
620
2,027
C
139  164
1,483
118
620
2,221
D
165  190
1,740
136
620
2,496
E
191  216
1,845
154
620
2,619
F
217  242
1,975
172
620
2,767
G
243  268
2,070
190
620
2,880
H
269  294
2,215
209
620
3,044
I
295  320
2,305
227
620
3,152
C2B
Primary/Intermediate with Kindergarten (K6)
without Extra Gym Allowance
(626 Kindergarten FTEs and 87320 Elementary Enrolments)
1
2
3
4
5
Enrolment
(not including kindergarten)
Basic Gross Floor Allowance (m^{2})
Cafeteria Floor Allowance (m^{2})
Gymnasium Floor Allowance (m^{2})
Total Gross Floor Allowance (m^{2})
A
87  112
1,113
81
432
1,626
B
113  138
1,308
99
432
1,839
C
139  164
1,483
118
432
2,033
D
165  190
1,740
136
496
2,372
E
191  216
1,845
154
496
2,495
F
217  242
1,975
172
496
2,643
G
243  268
2,070
190
496
2,756
H
269  294
2,215
209
496
2,920
I
295  320
2,305
227
496
3,028
C3A
Primary/Intermediate with Kindergarten (K6)
with Extra Gym Allowance
(2752 Kindergarten FTEs and 35320 Elementary Enrolments)
1
2
3
4
5
Enrolment
(not including kindergarten)
Basic Gross Floor Allowance (m^{2})
Cafeteria Floor Allowance (m^{2})
Gymnasium Floor Allowance (m^{2})
Total Gross Floor Allowance (m^{2})
A
35  60
1,060
63
450
1,573
B
61  86
1,113
81
620
1,814
C
87  112
1,308
99
620
2,027
D
113  138
1,483
118
620
2,221
E
139  164
1,740
136
620
2,496
F
165  190
1,845
154
620
2,619
G
191  216
1,985
172
620
2,777
H
217  242
2,115
190
620
2,925
I
243  268
2,210
209
620
3,039
J
269  294
2,350
227
620
3,197
K
295  320
2,440
245
620
3,305
C3B
Primary/Intermediate with Kindergarten (K6)
without Extra Gym Allowance
(2752 Kindergarten FTEs and 35320 Elementary Enrolments)
1
2
3
4
5
Enrolment
(not including kindergarten)
Basic Gross Floor Allowance (m^{2})
Cafeteria Floor Allowance (m^{2})
Gymnasium Floor Allowance (m^{2})
Total Gross Floor Allowance (m^{2})
A
35  60
1,060
63
225
1,348
B
61  86
1,113
81
432
1,626
C
87  112
1,308
99
432
1,839
D
113  138
1,483
118
432
2,033
E
139  164
1,740
136
496
2,372
F
165  190
1,845
154
496
2,495
G
191  216
1,985
172
496
2,653
H
217  242
2,115
190
496
2,801
I
243  268
2,210
209
496
2,915
J
269  294
2,350
227
496
3,073
K
295  320
2,440
245
496
3,181
D1A
Primary/Intermediate without Kindergarten (16)
with Extra Gym Allowance
(0 Kindergarten and 10242 Elementary Enrolments)
1
2
3
4
5
Enrolment
Basic Gross Floor Allowance (m^{2})
Cafeteria Floor Allowance (m^{2})
Gymnasium Floor Allowance (m^{2})
Total Gross Floor Allowance (m^{2})
A
10  34
215
15
240
470
B
35  60
475
34
349
858
C
61  86
855
52
349
1,256
D
87  112
968
70
450
1,488
E
113  138
1,068
88
620
1,776
F
139  164
1,398
106
620
2,124
G
165  190
1,443
125
620
2,188
H
191  216
1,705
143
620
2,468
I
217  242
1,835
161
620
2,616
D1B
Primary/Intermediate without Kindergarten (16)
without Extra Gym Allowance
(0 Kindergarten and 10242 Elementary Enrolments)
1
2
3
4
5
Enrolment
Basic Gross Floor Allowance (m^{2})
Cafeteria Floor Allowance (m^{2})
Gymnasium Floor Allowance (m^{2})
Total Gross Floor Allowance (m^{2})
A
10  34
215
15
116
346
B
35  60
475
34
225
734
C
61  86
855
52
225
1,132
D
87  112
968
70
225
1,263
E
113  138
1,068
88
432
1,588
F
139  164
1,398
106
432
1,936
G
165  190
1,443
125
432
2,000
H
191  216
1,705
143
496
2,344
I
217  242
1,835
161
496
2,492
E1A
Kindergarten Only (K)
with Extra Gym Allowance
10156 Full Time Kindergarten and 0 Elementary/Secondary Enrolments
(20312 HalfTime Kindergarten and 0 Elementary/Secondary Enrolments)
1
2
3
4
5
Enrolment
Full Time

(HalfTime)
Basic Gross Floor Allowance (m^{2})
Cafeteria Floor Allowance (m^{2})
Gymnasium Floor Allowance (m^{2})
Total Gross Floor Allowance (m^{2})
A
1026
(20 – 52)
255
11
118
384
B
2752
(53 – 104)
555
28
250
833
C
5378
(105 – 156)
770
46
250
1,066
D
79104
(157 – 208)
1,080
64
450
1,594
E
105130
(209 – 260)
1,335
83
620
2,038
F
131156
(261 – 312)
1,520
101
620
2,241
E1B
Kindergarten Only (K)
without Extra Gym Allowance
10156 Full Time Kindergarten and 0 Elementary/Secondary Enrolments
(20312 HalfTime Kindergarten and 0 Elementary/Secondary Enrolments)
1
2
3
4
5
Enrolment
Full Time

(HalfTime)
Basic Gross Floor Allowance (m^{2})
Cafeteria Floor Allowance (m^{2})
Gymnasium Floor Allowance (m^{2})
Total Gross Floor Allowance (m^{2})
A
1026
(20 – 52)
255
11
54
320
B
2752
(53 – 104)
555
28
126
709
C
5378
(105 – 156)
770
46
126
942
D
79104
(157 – 208)
1,080
64
225
1,369
E
105130
(209 – 260)
1,335
83
432
1,850
F
131156
(261 – 312)
1,520
101
432
2,053
F1A
Elementary/Junior/Secondary with Kindergarten (K9)
with Extra Gym Allowance
(626 Kindergarten FTEs and 1086 Elementary/Secondary Enrolments)
1
2
3
4
5
Enrolment
(not including kindergarten)
Basic Gross Floor Allowance (m^{2})
Cafeteria Floor Allowance (m^{2})
Gymnasium Floor Allowance (m^{2})
Total Gross Floor Allowance (m^{2})
A
10  34
520
27
250
797
B
35  60
805
45
250
1,100
C
61  86
1,060
63
450
1,573
F1B
Elementary/Junior/Secondary with Kindergarten (K9)
without Extra Gym Allowance
(626 Kindergarten FTEs and 1086 Elementary/Secondary Enrolments)
1
2
3
4
5
Enrolment
(not including kindergarten)
Basic Gross Floor Allowance (m^{2})
Cafeteria Floor Allowance (m^{2})
Gymnasium Floor Allowance (m^{2})
Total Gross Floor Allowance (m^{2})
A
10  34
520
27
250
797
B
35  60
805
45
250
1,100
C
61  86
1,060
63
450
1,573
F2A
Elementary/Junior/Secondary with Kindergarten (K9)
with Extra Gym Allowance
(626 Kindergarten FTEs and 87476 Elementary/Secondary Enrolments)
1
2
3
4
5
Enrolment
(not including kindergarten)
Basic Gross Floor Allowance (m^{2})
Cafeteria Floor Allowance (m^{2})
Gymnasium Floor Allowance (m^{2})
Total Gross Floor Allowance (m^{2})
A
87  112
1,113
81
648
1,842
B
113  138
1,308
99
648
2,055
C
139  164
1,483
118
648
2,249
D
165  190
1,750
136
648
2,534
E
191  216
1,855
154
648
2,657
F
217  242
2,125
172
648
2,945
G
243  268
2,220
190
648
3,058
H
269  294
2,621
209
648
3,478
I
295  320
2,716
227
648
3,591
J
321  346
2,836
245
648
3,729
K
347  372
2,996
263
648
3,907
L
373  398
3,171
281
1,064
4,516
M
399  424
3,276
300
1,064
4,640
N
425  450
3,461
318
1,064
4,843
O
451  476
3,571
336
1,064
4,971
F2B
Elementary/Junior/Secondary with Kindergarten (K9)
without Extra Gym Allowance
(626 Kindergarten FTEs and 87476 Elementary/Secondary Enrolments)
1
2
3
4
5
Enrolment
(not including kindergarten)
Basic Gross Floor Allowance (m^{2})
Cafeteria Floor Allowance (m^{2})
Gymnasium Floor Allowance (m^{2})
Total Gross Floor Allowance (m^{2})
A
87  112
1,113
81
648
1,842
B
113  138
1,308
99
648
2,055
C
139  164
1,483
118
648
2,249
D
165  190
1,750
136
648
2,534
E
191  216
1,855
154
648
2,657
F
217  242
2,125
172
648
2,945
G
243  268
2,220
190
648
3,058
H
269  294
2,621
209
648
3,478
I
295  320
2,716
227
648
3,591
J
321  346
2,836
245
648
3,729
K
347  372
2,996
263
648
3,907
L
373  398
3,171
281
1,064
4,516
M
399  424
3,276
300
1,064
4,640
N
425  450
3,461
318
1,064
4,843
O
451  476
3,571
336
1,064
4,971
F3A
Elementary/Junior/Secondary with Kindergarten (K9)
with Extra Gym Allowance
(2752 Kindergarten FTEs and 295476 Elementary/Secondary Enrolments)
1
2
3
4
5
Enrolment
(not including kindergarten)
Basic Gross Floor Allowance (m^{2})
Cafeteria Floor Allowance (m^{2})
Gymnasium Floor Allowance (m^{2})
Total Gross Floor Allowance (m^{2})
A
295  320
2,846
245
648
3,739
B
321  346
2,971
263
648
3,882
C
347  372
3,146
281
648
4,075
D
373  398
3,306
300
1,064
4,670
E
399  424
3,411
318
1,064
4,793
F
425  450
3,596
336
1,064
4,996
G
451  476
3,706
354
1,064
5,124
F3B
Elementary/Junior/Secondary with Kindergarten (K9)
without Extra Gym Allowance
(2752 Kindergarten FTEs and 295476 Elementary/Secondary Enrolments)
1
2
3
4
5
Enrolment
(not including kindergarten)
Basic Gross Floor Allowance (m^{2})
Cafeteria Floor Allowance (m^{2})
Gymnasium Floor Allowance (m^{2})
Total Gross Floor Allowance (m^{2})
A
295  320
2,846
245
648
3,739
B
321  346
2,971
263
648
3,882
C
347  372
3,146
281
648
4,075
D
373  398
3,306
300
1,064
4,670
E
399  424
3,411
318
1,064
4,793
F
425  450
3,596
336
1,064
4,996
G
451  476
3,706
354
1,064
5,124
G1A
Elementary/Junior/Secondary without Kindergarten (19)
with Extra Gym Allowance
(0 Kindergarten and 1086 Elementary/Secondary Enrolments)
1
2
3
4
5
Enrolment
Basic Gross Floor Allowance (m^{2})
Cafeteria Floor Allowance (m^{2})
Gymnasium Floor Allowance (m^{2})
Total Gross Floor Allowance (m^{2})
A
10  34
215
15
118
333
B
35  60
475
34
250
759
C
61  86
855
52
250
1,157
G1B
Elementary/Junior/Secondary without Kindergarten (19)
without Extra Gym Allowance
(0 Kindergarten and 1086 Elementary/Secondary Enrolments)
1
2
3
4
5
Enrolment
Basic Gross Floor Allowance (m^{2})
Cafeteria Floor Allowance (m^{2})
Gymnasium Floor Allowance (m^{2})
Total Gross Floor Allowance (m^{2})
A
10  34
215
15
118
333
B
35  60
475
34
250
759
C
61  86
855
52
250
1,157
G2A
Elementary/Junior/Secondary without Kindergarten (19)
with Extra Gym Allowance
(0 Kindergarten and 87320 Elementary/Secondary Enrolments)
1
2
3
4
5
Enrolment
Basic Gross Floor Allowance (m^{2})
Cafeteria Floor Allowance (m^{2})
Gymnasium Floor Allowance (m^{2})
Total Gross Floor Allowance (m^{2})
A
87  112
968
78
648
1,694
B
113  138
1,068
97
648
1,813
C
139  164
1,398
115
648
2,161
D
165  190
1,443
133
648
2,224
E
191  216
1,715
151
648
2,514
F
217  242
1,985
169
648
2,802
G
243  268
2,080
188
648
2,916
H
269  294
2,486
206
648
3,340
I
295  320
2,581
224
648
3,453
G2B
Elementary/Junior/Secondary without Kindergarten (19)
without Extra Gym Allowance
(0 Kindergarten and 87320 Elementary/Secondary Enrolments)
1
2
3
4
5
Enrolment
Basic Gross Floor Allowance (m^{2})
Cafeteria Floor Allowance (m^{2})
Gymnasium Floor Allowance (m^{2})
Total Gross Floor Allowance (m^{2})
A
87  112
968
78
648
1,694
B
113  138
1,068
97
648
1,813
C
139  164
1,398
115
648
2,161
D
165  190
1,443
133
648
2,224
E
191  216
1,715
151
648
2,514
F
217  242
1,985
169
648
2,802
G
243  268
2,080
188
648
2,916
H
269  294
2,486
206
648
3,340
I
295  320
2,581
224
648
3,453
H1A
Comprehensive with Kindergarten (K12)
with Extra Gym Allowance
(626 Kindergarten FTEs and 1086 Elementary/Secondary Enrolments)
1
2
3
4
5
Enrolment
(not including kindergarten)
Basic Gross Floor Allowance (m^{2})
Cafeteria Floor Allowance (m^{2})
Gymnasium Floor Allowance (m^{2})
Total Gross Floor Allowance (m^{2})
A
10  34
520
30
250
800
B
35  60
805
50
250
1,105
C
61  86
1,060
63
450
1,573
H1B
Comprehensive with Kindergarten (K12)
without Extra Gym Allowance
(626 Kindergarten FTEs and 1086 Elementary/Secondary Enrolments)
1
2
3
4
5
Enrolment
(not including kindergarten)
Basic Gross Floor Allowance (m^{2})
Cafeteria Floor Allowance (m^{2})
Gymnasium Floor Allowance (m^{2})
Total Gross Floor Allowance (m^{2})
A
10  34
520
30
126
676
B
35  60
805
50
126
981
C
61  86
1,060
63
225
1,348
H2A
Comprehensive with Kindergarten (K12)
with Extra Gym Allowance
(626 Kindergarten FTEs and 87424 Elementary/Secondary Enrolments)
1
2
3
4
5
Enrolment
(not including kindergarten)
Basic Gross Floor Allowance (m^{2})
Cafeteria Floor Allowance (m^{2})
Gymnasium Floor Allowance (m^{2})
Total Gross Floor Allowance (m^{2})
A
87  112
1,113
81
648
1,842
B
113  138
1,333
99
648
2,080
C
139  164
1,678
118
648
2,444
D
165  190
1,905
136
648
2,689
E
191  216
2,080
154
648
2,882
F
217  242
2,255
172
648
3,075
G
243  268
2,350
190
648
3,188
H
269  294
2,961
209
648
3,818
I
295  320
3,051
227
648
3,926
J
321  346
3,261
245
648
4,154
K
347  372
3,466
263
648
4,377
L
373  398
3,711
281
1,064
5,056
M
399  424
3,821
300
1,064
5,185
H2B
Comprehensive with Kindergarten (K12)
without Extra Gym Allowance
(626 Kindergarten FTEs and 87424 Elementary/Secondary Enrolments)
1
2
3
4
5
Enrolment
(not including kindergarten)
Basic Gross Floor Allowance (m^{2})
Cafeteria Floor Allowance (m^{2})
Gymnasium Floor Allowance (m^{2})
Total Gross Floor Allowance (m^{2})
A
87  112
1,113
81
648
1,842
B
113  138
1,333
99
648
2,080
C
139  164
1,678
118
648
2,444
D
165  190
1,905
136
648
2,689
E
191  216
2,080
154
648
2,882
F
217  242
2,255
172
648
3,075
G
243  268
2,350
190
648
3,188
H
269  294
2,961
209
648
3,818
I
295  320
3,051
227
648
3,926
J
321  346
3,261
245
648
4,154
K
347  372
3,466
263
648
4,377
L
373  398
3,711
281
1,064
5,056
M
399  424
3,821
300
1,064
5,185
H3A
Comprehensive with Kindergarten (K12)
with Extra Gym Allowance
(2752 Kindergarten FTEs and 295580 Elementary/Secondary Enrolments)
1
2
3
4
5
Enrolment
(not including kindergarten)
Basic Gross Floor Allowance (m^{2})
Cafeteria Floor Allowance (m^{2})
Gymnasium Floor Allowance (m^{2})
Total Gross Floor Allowance (m^{2})
A
295  320
3,186
245
648
4,079
B
321  346
3,391
263
648
4,302
C
347  372
3,616
281
648
4,545
D
373  398
3,846
300
1,064
5,210
E
399  424
3,956
318
1,064
5,338
F
425  450
4,046
336
1,064
5,446
G
451  476
4,156
336
1,064
5,556
H
477  502
4,246
354
1,064
5,664
I
503  528
4,356
391
1,064
5,811
J
529  554
4,451
409
1,064
5,924
K
555  580
4,551
427
1,064
6,042
H3B
Comprehensive with Kindergarten (K12)
without Extra Gym Allowance
(2752 Kindergarten FTEs and 295580 Elementary/Secondary Enrolments)
1
2
3
4
5
Enrolment
(not including kindergarten)
Basic Gross Floor Allowance (m^{2})
Cafeteria Floor Allowance (m^{2})
Gymnasium Floor Allowance (m^{2})
Total Gross Floor Allowance (m^{2})
A
295  320
3,186
245
648
4,079
B
321  346
3,391
263
648
4,302
C
347  372
3,616
281
648
4,545
D
373  398
3,846
300
1,064
5,210
E
399  424
3,956
318
1,064
5,338
F
425  450
4,046
336
1,064
5,446
G
451  476
4,156
336
1,064
5,556
H
477  502
4,246
354
1,064
5,664
I
503  528
4,356
391
1,064
5,811
J
529  554
4,451
409
1,064
5,924
K
555  580
4,551
427
1,064
6,042
J1A
Comprehensive without Kindergarten (112)
with Extra Gym Allowance
(0 Kindergarten and 1086 Elementary/Secondary Enrolments)
1
2
3
4
5
Enrolment
Basic Gross Floor Allowance (m^{2})
Cafeteria Floor Allowance (m^{2})
Gymnasium Floor Allowance (m^{2})
Total Gross Floor Allowance (m^{2})
A
10  34
215
24
349
588
B
35  60
475
42
349
866
C
61  86
855
60
450
1,365
J1B
Comprehensive without Kindergarten (112)
without Extra Gym Allowance
(0 Kindergarten and 1086 Elementary/Secondary Enrolments)
1
2
3
4
5
Enrolment
Basic Gross Floor Allowance (m^{2})
Cafeteria Floor Allowance (m^{2})
Gymnasium Floor Allowance (m^{2})
Total Gross Floor Allowance (m^{2})
A
10  34
215
24
225
464
B
35  60
475
42
225
742
C
61  86
855
60
349
1,264
J2A
Comprehensive without Kindergarten (112)
with Extra Gym Allowance
(0 Kindergarten and 87320 Elementary/Secondary Enrolments)
1
2
3
4
5
Enrolment
Basic Gross Floor Allowance (m^{2})
Cafeteria Floor Allowance (m^{2})
Gymnasium Floor Allowance (m^{2})
Total Gross Floor Allowance (m^{2})
A
87  112
968
70
648
1,686
B
113  138
1,068
88
648
1,804
C
139  164
1,593
106
648
2,347
D
165  190
1,633
125
648
2,406
E
191  216
1,940
143
648
2,731
F
217  242
2,115
161
648
2,924
G
243  268
2,210
179
648
3,037
H
269  294
2,826
197
648
3,671
I
295  320
2,916
216
648
3,780
J2B
Comprehensive without Kindergarten (112)
without Extra Gym Allowance
(0 Kindergarten and 87320 Elementary/Secondary Enrolments)
1
2
3
4
5
Enrolment
Basic Gross Floor Allowance (m^{2})
Cafeteria Floor Allowance (m^{2})
Gymnasium Floor Allowance (m^{2})
Total Gross Floor Allowance (m^{2})
A
87  112
968
70
648
1,686
B
113  138
1,068
88
648
1,804
C
139  164
1,593
106
648
2,347
D
165  190
1,633
125
648
2,406
E
191  216
1,940
143
648
2,731
F
217  242
2,115
161
648
2,924
G
243  268
2,210
179
648
3,037
H
269  294
2,826
197
648
3,671
I
295  320
2,916
216
648
3,780
K1A
Intermediate/Elementary/Junior Secondary without Kindergarten (49)
with Extra Gym Allowance
(0 Kindergarten and 1086 Elementary/Secondary Enrolments)
1
2
3
4
5
Enrolment
Basic Gross Floor Allowance (m^{2})
Cafeteria Floor Allowance (m^{2})
Gymnasium Floor Allowance (m^{2})
Total Gross Floor Allowance (m^{2})
A
10  34
215
15
250
480
B
35  60
475
34
250
759
C
61  86
855
52
349
1,256
K1B
Intermediate/Elementary/Junior Secondary without Kindergarten (49)
without Extra Gym Allowance
(0 Kindergarten and 1086 Elementary/Secondary Enrolments)
1
2
3
4
5
Enrolment
Basic Gross Floor Allowance (m^{2})
Cafeteria Floor Allowance (m^{2})
Gymnasium Floor Allowance (m^{2})
Total Gross Floor Allowance (m^{2})
A
10  34
215
15
126
356
B
35  60
475
34
126
635
C
61  86
855
52
225
1,132
K2A
Intermediate/Elementary/Junior Secondary without Kindergarten (49)
with Extra Gym Allowance
(0 Kindergarten and 87528 Elementary/Secondary Enrolments)
1
2
3
4
5
Enrolment
Basic Gross Floor Allowance (m^{2})
Cafeteria Floor Allowance (m^{2})
Gymnasium Floor Allowance (m^{2})
Total Gross Floor Allowance (m^{2})
A
87  112
968
70
648
1,686
B
113  138
1,068
88
648
1,804
C
139  164
1,368
106
648
2,122
D
165  190
1,463
124
648
2,235
E
191  216
1,705
143
648
2,496
F
217  242
1,810
161
648
2,619
G
243  268
2,105
179
648
2,932
H
269  294
2,200
197
648
3,045
I
295  320
2,580
216
648
3,444
J
321  346
2,675
234
648
3,557
K
347  372
2,890
252
648
3,790
L
373  398
3,020
270
1,064
4,354
M
399  424
3,260
288
1,064
4,612
N
425  450
3,376
307
1,064
4,747
O
451  476
3,481
325
1,064
4,870
P
477  502
3,626
343
1,064
5,033
Q
503  528
3,736
361
1,064
5,161
K2B
Intermediate/Elementary/Junior Secondary without Kindergarten (49)
without Extra Gym Allowance
(0 Kindergarten and 87528 Elementary/Secondary Enrolments)
1
2
3
4
5
Enrolment
Basic Gross Floor Allowance (m^{2})
Cafeteria Floor Allowance (m^{2})
Gymnasium Floor Allowance (m^{2})
Total Gross Floor Allowance (m^{2})
A
87  112
968
70
648
1,686
B
113  138
1,068
88
648
1,804
C
139  164
1,368
106
648
2,122
D
165  190
1,463
124
648
2,235
E
191  216
1,705
143
648
2,496
F
217  242
1,810
161
648
2,619
G
243  268
2,105
179
648
2,932
H
269  294
2,200
197
648
3,045
I
295  320
2,580
216
648
3,444
J
321  346
2,675
234
648
3,557
K
347  372
2,890
252
648
3,790
L
373  398
3,020
270
1,064
4,354
M
399  424
3,260
288
1,064
4,612
N
425  450
3,376
307
1,064
4,747
O
451  476
3,481
325
1,064
4,870
P
477  502
3,626
343
1,064
5,033
Q
503  528
3,736
361
1,064
5,161
L1A
Intermediate/Elementary/Secondary without Kindergarten (412)
with Extra Gym Allowance
(0 Kindergarten and 1086 Elementary/Secondary Enrolments)
1
2
3
4
5
Enrolment
Basic Gross Floor Allowance (m^{2})
Cafeteria Floor Allowance (m^{2})
Gymnasium Floor Allowance (m^{2})
Total Gross Floor Allowance (m^{2})
A
10  34
215
15
250
480
B
35  60
475
34
250
759
C
61  86
855
52
450
1,357
L1B
Intermediate/Elementary/Secondary without Kindergarten (412)
without Extra Gym Allowance
(0 Kindergarten and 1086 Elementary/Secondary Enrolments)
1
2
3
4
5
Enrolment
Basic Gross Floor Allowance (m^{2})
Cafeteria Floor Allowance (m^{2})
Gymnasium Floor Allowance (m^{2})
Total Gross Floor Allowance (m^{2})
A
10  34
215
15
126
356
B
35  60
475
34
126
635
C
61  86
855
52
450
1,357
L2A
Intermediate/Elementary/Secondary without Kindergarten (412)
with Extra Gym Allowance
(0 Kindergarten and 87632 Elementary/Secondary Enrolments)
1
2
3
4
5
Enrolment
Basic Gross Floor Allowance (m^{2})
Cafeteria Floor Allowance (m^{2})
Gymnasium Floor Allowance (m^{2})
Total Gross Floor Allowance (m^{2})
A
87  112
1,143
70
648
1,861
B
113  138
1,238
88
648
1,974
C
139  164
1,538
106
648
2,292
D
165  190
1,633
125
648
2,406
E
191  216
2,340
143
648
3,131
F
217  242
2,440
161
648
3,249
G
243  268
2,740
180
648
3,568
H
269  294
2,835
197
648
3,680
I
295  320
3,086
216
1,064
4,366
J
321  346
3,176
234
1,064
4,474
K
347  372
3,386
252
1,064
4,702
L
373  398
3,476
270
1,064
4,810
M
399  424
3,671
288
1,064
5,023
N
425  450
3,761
307
1,064
5,132
O
451  476
3,871
325
1,064
5,260
P
477  502
3,961
343
1,064
5,368
Q
503  528
4,071
361
1,064
5,496
R
529  554
4,251
379
1,064
5,694
S
555  580
4,361
398
1,064
5,823
T
581  606
4,491
416
1,064
5,971
U
607  632
4,601
434
1,064
6,099
L2B
Intermediate/Elementary/Secondary without Kindergarten (412)
without Extra Gym Allowance
(0 Kindergarten and 87632 Elementary/Secondary Enrolments)
1
2
3
4
5
Enrolment
Basic Gross Floor Allowance (m^{2})
Cafeteria Floor Allowance (m^{2})
Gymnasium Floor Allowance (m^{2})
Total Gross Floor Allowance (m^{2})
A
87  112
1,143
70
648
1,861
B
113  138
1,238
88
648
1,974
C
139  164
1,538
106
648
2,292
D
165  190
1,633
125
648
2,406
E
191  216
2,340
143
648
3,131
F
217  242
2,440
161
648
3,249
G
243  268
2,740
180
648
3,568
H
269  294
2,835
197
648
3,680
I
295  320
3,086
216
1,064
4,366
J
321  346
3,176
234
1,064
4,474
K
347  372
3,386
252
1,064
4,702
L
373  398
3,476
270
1,064
4,810
M
399  424
3,671
288
1,064
5,023
N
425  450
3,761
307
1,064
5,132
O
451  476
3,871
325
1,064
5,260
P
477  502
3,961
343
1,064
5,368
Q
503  528
4,071
361
1,064
5,496
R
529  554
4,251
379
1,064
5,694
S
555  580
4,361
398
1,064
5,823
T
581  606
4,491
416
1,064
5,971
U
607  632
4,601
434
1,064
6,099
M1A
Secondary (712)
with Extra Gym Allowance
(0 Kindergarten and 1086 Elementary/Secondary Enrolments)
1
2
3
4
5
Enrolment
Basic Gross Floor Allowance (m^{2})
Cafeteria Floor Allowance (m^{2})
Gymnasium Floor Allowance (m^{2})
Total Gross Floor Allowance (m^{2})
A
10  34
215
15
250
480
B
35  60
475
34
250
759
C
61  86
855
52
450
1,357
M1B
Secondary (712)
without Extra Gym Allowance
(0 Kindergarten and 1086 Elementary/Secondary Enrolments)
1
2
3
4
5
Enrolment
Basic Gross Floor Allowance (m^{2})
Cafeteria Floor Allowance (m^{2})
Gymnasium Floor Allowance (m^{2})
Total Gross Floor Allowance (m^{2})
A
10  34
215
15
126
356
B
35  60
475
34
126
635
C
61  86
855
52
450
1,357
M2A
Secondary (712)
with Extra Gym Allowance
(0 Kindergarten and 87632 Elementary/Secondary Enrolments)
1
2
3
4
5
Enrolment
Basic Gross Floor Allowance (m^{2})
Cafeteria Floor Allowance (m^{2})
Gymnasium Floor Allowance (m^{2})
Total Gross Floor Allowance (m^{2})
A
87  112
1,143
70
648
1,861
B
113  138
1,263
88
648
1,999
C
139  164
1,,983
106
648
2,737
D
165  190
2,153
125
648
2,926
E
191  216
2,460
143
648
3,251
F
217  242
2,560
161
648
3,369
G
243  268
2,645
179
648
3,472
H
269  294
2,740
198
648
3,586
I
295  320
3,136
216
1,064
4,416
J
321  346
3,226
234
1,064
4,524
K
347  372
3,386
252
1,064
4,702
L
373  398
3,476
270
1,064
4,810
M
399  424
3,671
288
1,064
5,023
N
425  450
3,761
307
1,064
5,132
O
451  476
3,871
325
1,064
5,260
P
477  502
3,961
343
1,064
5,368
Q
503  528
4,071
361
1,064
5,496
R
529  554
4,251
379
1,064
5,694
S
555  580
4,361
398
1,064
5,823
T
581  606
4,491
416
1,064
5,971
U
607  632
4,601
434
1,064
6,099
M2B
Secondary (712)
without Extra Gym Allowance
(0 Kindergarten and 87632 Elementary/Secondary Enrolments)
1
2
3
4
5
Enrolment
Basic Gross Floor Allowance (m^{2})
Cafeteria Floor Allowance (m^{2})
Gymnasium Floor Allowance (m^{2})
Total Gross Floor Allowance (m^{2})
A
87  112
1,143
70
648
1,861
B
113  138
1,263
88
648
1,999
C
139  164
1,,983
106
648
2,737
D
165  190
2,153
125
648
2,926
E
191  216
2,460
143
648
3,251
F
217  242
2,560
161
648
3,369
G
243  268
2,645
179
648
3,472
H
269  294
2,740
198
648
3,586
I
295  320
3,136
216
1,064
4,416
J
321  346
3,226
234
1,064
4,524
K
347  372
3,386
252
1,064
4,702
L
373  398
3,476
270
1,064
4,810
M
399  424
3,671
288
1,064
5,023
N
425  450
3,761
307
1,064
5,132
O
451  476
3,871
325
1,064
5,260
P
477  502
3,961
343
1,064
5,368
Q
503  528
4,071
361
1,064
5,496
R
529  554
4,251
379
1,064
5,694
S
555  580
4,361
398
1,064
5,823
T
581  606
4,491
416
1,064
5,971
U
607  632
4,601
434
1,064
6,099
Appendix F: Example of Student Enrolment Projection Results
First Nation: <Community Name>
Projection Model #1 : Moderate birth rate increase, assumed repatriation to onreserve school: 50%
Projected Enrolment by Grade
Grade
2015 (1)
2016
2017
2018 (2)
2019
2020
2021
2022
2023 (3)
2024
2025
2026
K4
36
36
37
40
41
42
42
42
42
44
45
45
K5
32
32
32
32
35
36
36
37
37
38
38
39
01
49
39
38
37
38
41
42
43
43
44
44
45
02
40
46
38
36
36
36
39
40
41
41
42
42
03
31
39
44
38
35
35
35
37
39
40
40
41
04
25
30
39
44
39
35
35
35
37
39
40
40
05
34
28
32
40
47
43
38
38
38
40
42
43
06
30
33
28
31
39
46
43
38
38
38
40
42
07
28
32
34
32
35
39
48
46
44
41
41
43
08
28
29
33
35
34
37
40
49
48
48
44
44
09
30
31
33
37
39
39
43
47
52
55
55
53
10
18
15
15
16
18
19
19
22
23
25
26
28
11
8
7
6
6
7
8
8
8
9
9
11
12
12
14
13
11
9
10
12
12
13
14
15
14
16
[1] 2015 actuals from Nominal Roll
[2] 2018 Scheduled School Opening
[3] 2023 Design Year for SSAS calculations
Projected Enrolment by Educational Division
Grade
2015 (1)
2016
2017
2018 (2)
2019
2020
2021
2022
2023 (3)
2024
2025
2026
K4  12
403
410
420
433
453
468
480
495
505
517
522
533
K4  8
333
344
355
365
379
390
398
405
407
413
416
424
K4K5
68
68
69
72
76
78
78
79
79
82
83
84
0103
120
124
120
111
109
112
116
120
123
125
126
128
0406
89
91
99
115
125
124
116
111
113
117
122
125
0709
86
92
100
104
108
115
131
142
144
144
140
140
1012
40
35
32
31
35
39
39
43
46
49
51
56
[1] 2015 actuals from Nominal Roll
[2] 2018 Scheduled School Opening
[3] 2023 Design Year for SSAS calculations