I-13.3, r. 3.6.1 - Regulation respecting computation of the maximum yield of the school tax for the 2016-2017 school year

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1. For the computation of the maximum yield of the school tax provided for in section 308 of the Education Act (chapter I-13.3) for a school year, the allowable number of students must be determined by
(1)  calculating the number of 4-year-old preschool students who may be taken into account, by
(a)  multiplying by 1.00 the number of students legally enrolled for a minimum of 144 half days, but for less than 180 days, on 30 September of the preceding school year in the schools under the jurisdiction of the school board;
(b)  multiplying by 1.80 the number of students legally enrolled for a minimum of 180 days on 30 September of the preceding school year in the schools under the jurisdiction of the school board, except students referred to in paragraph 7;
(c)  adding the products obtained under subparagraphs a and  b;
(2)  calculating the number of 5-year-old preschool students who may be taken into account, by multiplying by 1.80 the number of such students legally enrolled for a minimum of 180 days on 30 September of the preceding school year in the schools under the jurisdiction of the school board, except students referred to in paragraphs 7 and 8;
(3)  calculating the number of elementary school students who may be taken into account, by multiplying by 1.55 the number of such full-time students legally enrolled on 30 September of the preceding school year in the schools under the jurisdiction of the school board, except students referred to in paragraphs 7 and 9;
(4)  calculating the number of secondary school students who may be taken into account, by multiplying by 2.40 the number of such full-time students legally enrolled on 30 September of the preceding school year in the schools under the jurisdiction of the school board, except students referred to in paragraphs 7 and 10. Students admitted, following Secondary 3, to a program of study leading to a secondary school vocational diploma who pursue their general education concurrently with their vocational studies may not be taken into account for the purposes of this paragraph;
(5)  calculating the number of students admitted to a program of study leading to a secondary school vocational diploma or to an attestation of vocational specialization who may be taken into account, by multiplying by 3.40 the sum of the following numbers:
(a)  the number of full-time students admitted to a program of study leading to a secondary school vocational diploma, except students referred to in subparagraph b, or to an attestation of vocational specialization, legally enrolled 2 school years before in the vocational training centres under the jurisdiction of the school board that were then recognized by the Minister for the purposes of budgetary rules;
(b)  the number of full-time students admitted, following Secondary 3, to a program of study leading to a secondary school vocational diploma who pursue their general education concurrently with their professional studies, legally enrolled on 30 September 2 school years before in the vocational training centres under the jurisdiction of the school board that were then recognized by the Minister for the purposes of budgetary rules;
(c)  the number of new places available to welcome students in vocational training centres under the jurisdiction of the school board during the school year for which the maximum yield of the school tax is calculated. Those places must have been authorized by the Minister within the framework of the allocation for the addition or the rearrangement of space for vocational training provided for in the budgetary rules for one or more vocational programs of study;
(6)  calculating the number of students admitted to adult education services, by multiplying by 2.40 the number of full-time students who may be taken into account for the school year in accordance with the Schedule to this Regulation;
(7)  calculating the number of handicapped 4-year-old and 5-year-old preschool, elementary school and secondary school students who may be taken into account, by multiplying by 6.40 the number of such full-time students legally enrolled on 30 September of the preceding school year in the schools under the jurisdiction of the school board;
(8)  calculating the number of 5-year-old preschool students enrolled in welcoming classes and francization classes who may be taken into account, by multiplying by 2.25 the number of such full-time students legally enrolled on 30 September of the preceding school year in the schools under the jurisdiction of the school board, except students referred to in paragraph 7;
(9)  calculating the number of elementary school students enrolled in welcoming classes and francization classes who may be taken into account, by multiplying by 2.40 the number of such full-time students legally enrolled on 30 September of the preceding school year in the schools under the jurisdiction of the school board, except students referred to in paragraph 7;
(10)  calculating the number of secondary school students enrolled in welcoming classes and francization classes who may be taken into account, by multiplying by 3.40 the number of such full-time students legally enrolled on 30 September of the preceding school year in the schools under the jurisdiction of the school board, except students referred to in paragraph 7;
(11)  calculating the number of preschool and elementary school students enrolled in school day care services who may be taken into account, by multiplying by 0.05 the number of such students;
(12)  calculating the number of students enrolled in the school board’s student transportation services who may be taken into account, by
(a)  multiplying by 0.75 the number of students enrolled on 30 September of the preceding school year in a transportation service employing vehicles used exclusively to transport such students;
(b)  multiplying by 0.40 the number of students enrolled on 30 September of the preceding school year in a transportation service employing vehicles that have specific public transit routes and are not reserved exclusively to transport such students;
(c)  adding the products obtained under subparagraphs a and b;
(13)   adding the numbers obtained under paragraphs 1 to 12.
604-2016O.C. 604-2016, s. 1.
In force: 2016-07-06
1. For the computation of the maximum yield of the school tax provided for in section 308 of the Education Act (chapter I-13.3) for a school year, the allowable number of students must be determined by
(1)  calculating the number of 4-year-old preschool students who may be taken into account, by
(a)  multiplying by 1.00 the number of students legally enrolled for a minimum of 144 half days, but for less than 180 days, on 30 September of the preceding school year in the schools under the jurisdiction of the school board;
(b)  multiplying by 1.80 the number of students legally enrolled for a minimum of 180 days on 30 September of the preceding school year in the schools under the jurisdiction of the school board, except students referred to in paragraph 7;
(c)  adding the products obtained under subparagraphs a and  b;
(2)  calculating the number of 5-year-old preschool students who may be taken into account, by multiplying by 1.80 the number of such students legally enrolled for a minimum of 180 days on 30 September of the preceding school year in the schools under the jurisdiction of the school board, except students referred to in paragraphs 7 and 8;
(3)  calculating the number of elementary school students who may be taken into account, by multiplying by 1.55 the number of such full-time students legally enrolled on 30 September of the preceding school year in the schools under the jurisdiction of the school board, except students referred to in paragraphs 7 and 9;
(4)  calculating the number of secondary school students who may be taken into account, by multiplying by 2.40 the number of such full-time students legally enrolled on 30 September of the preceding school year in the schools under the jurisdiction of the school board, except students referred to in paragraphs 7 and 10. Students admitted, following Secondary 3, to a program of study leading to a secondary school vocational diploma who pursue their general education concurrently with their vocational studies may not be taken into account for the purposes of this paragraph;
(5)  calculating the number of students admitted to a program of study leading to a secondary school vocational diploma or to an attestation of vocational specialization who may be taken into account, by multiplying by 3.40 the sum of the following numbers:
(a)  the number of full-time students admitted to a program of study leading to a secondary school vocational diploma, except students referred to in subparagraph b, or to an attestation of vocational specialization, legally enrolled 2 school years before in the vocational training centres under the jurisdiction of the school board that were then recognized by the Minister for the purposes of budgetary rules;
(b)  the number of full-time students admitted, following Secondary 3, to a program of study leading to a secondary school vocational diploma who pursue their general education concurrently with their professional studies, legally enrolled on 30 September 2 school years before in the vocational training centres under the jurisdiction of the school board that were then recognized by the Minister for the purposes of budgetary rules;
(c)  the number of new places available to welcome students in vocational training centres under the jurisdiction of the school board during the school year for which the maximum yield of the school tax is calculated. Those places must have been authorized by the Minister within the framework of the allocation for the addition or the rearrangement of space for vocational training provided for in the budgetary rules for one or more vocational programs of study;
(6)  calculating the number of students admitted to adult education services, by multiplying by 2.40 the number of full-time students who may be taken into account for the school year in accordance with the Schedule to this Regulation;
(7)  calculating the number of handicapped 4-year-old and 5-year-old preschool, elementary school and secondary school students who may be taken into account, by multiplying by 6.40 the number of such full-time students legally enrolled on 30 September of the preceding school year in the schools under the jurisdiction of the school board;
(8)  calculating the number of 5-year-old preschool students enrolled in welcoming classes and francization classes who may be taken into account, by multiplying by 2.25 the number of such full-time students legally enrolled on 30 September of the preceding school year in the schools under the jurisdiction of the school board, except students referred to in paragraph 7;
(9)  calculating the number of elementary school students enrolled in welcoming classes and francization classes who may be taken into account, by multiplying by 2.40 the number of such full-time students legally enrolled on 30 September of the preceding school year in the schools under the jurisdiction of the school board, except students referred to in paragraph 7;
(10)  calculating the number of secondary school students enrolled in welcoming classes and francization classes who may be taken into account, by multiplying by 3.40 the number of such full-time students legally enrolled on 30 September of the preceding school year in the schools under the jurisdiction of the school board, except students referred to in paragraph 7;
(11)  calculating the number of preschool and elementary school students enrolled in school day care services who may be taken into account, by multiplying by 0.05 the number of such students;
(12)  calculating the number of students enrolled in the school board’s student transportation services who may be taken into account, by
(a)  multiplying by 0.75 the number of students enrolled on 30 September of the preceding school year in a transportation service employing vehicles used exclusively to transport such students;
(b)  multiplying by 0.40 the number of students enrolled on 30 September of the preceding school year in a transportation service employing vehicles that have specific public transit routes and are not reserved exclusively to transport such students;
(c)  adding the products obtained under subparagraphs a and b;
(13)   adding the numbers obtained under paragraphs 1 to 12.
604-2016O.C. 604-2016, s. 1.