Administrative procedures and services
Scholarship funds/Schools/Education
Scholarship funds/Schools/Education




The student agrees to inform the electronic file, which is hosted on the Collective's website, completely and electronically, by electronic means, by providing, in PDF format, all the constituent documents; to know:

1) The copy of the valid CNI or passport,
2) The complete photocopy of the family booklet, or the birth certificates,
3) The copy of the diploma of the baccalauréat or of success of equivalent diplomas,
4) Copy of the highest diploma and / or transcript of marks,
5) The certificate of enrollment and the certificate of tuition for the academic year for which the scholarship is sought, in the French language (translated by a sworn translator), issued at the beginning of the academic year,
6) a copy of the notification of award or rejection of the scholarship awarded by the CROUS,
7) The notice of taxation or non-taxation to income tax (year N-2),
8) Successful attestations justifying (admission of diplomas or degrees) admission to a higher year no later than 15 September of the academic year following the application,
9) The certificate of schooling for siblings enrolled in educational institutions (1er degree, 2th degree, higher education) for the academic year for which the scholarship is sought,
10) The valid bank account, postal or savings account in the name of the person concerned,
11) The letter of motivation explaining the choice of the study project,
12) 1 Identity photo,
13) 2 envelopes in A4 format stamped at the current price,
14) The certificate of accommodation, rent receipt or rental lease,
15) The agreement signed between the Collectivité, the student or his / her sponsor.
Note:
Unless there is a change in the family situation, students renewing their application to the Community are not required to provide 1, 2, 3,12 and 13.

1.1.1. Special cases

In addition to the documents to be supplied under 4.2.1, the students in special cases must provide the parts listed in 4.2.2.1 and following according to their situation.

4.2.2.1. Student benefiting from the CROUS grant

A copy of the attestation of housing or student grant,
A copy of the student's rental contract or CROUS certificate

4.2.2.2. Student benefiting from the CROUS grant and having the status of refugee:

Student: photocopy issued by the French Office for the Protection of Refugees and Stateless Persons (OFPRA)

4.2.2.3. Student of foreign nationality:

A copy of his temporary residence permit or a resident's permit issued under the Entry and Residence Code and the right of asylum. In this case, the student must also have been domiciled in Saint-Martin for at least two years and certify for the same period of a tax home of attachment (father, mother, legal guardian or delegate of parental authority) . This last condition is assessed at the end of October of the academic year for which the scholarship is sought.

4.2.2.4. Student (s) attached to the tax home of their sponsor (s)

Respondents may substitute for children for a period equivalent to the duration of schooling of their child (ren), as regards material and moral interests. However, respondents will have to justify their presence in the territory of Saint-Martin and their contribution to the economy of Saint-Martin through the annual delivery:
From the notice of taxation during the period of study of their child (ren)
Of the last three notices of taxation or non-taxation of income tax,
Certifying on the honor that the income shown on these documents corresponds to reality and include, where applicable, income received from sources outside the territory of Saint-Martin,
A certificate from the Treasury of Saint-Martin proving that the amounts due in respect of income tax and, where applicable, the property tax have been paid or that a settlement plan is in progress, execution.

4.2.2.5. Student not related to the tax household of its respondents:

Last three notices of taxation or non-taxation of income tax,
Certification on the honor that the income shown on these documents corresponds to the reality and include, where applicable, the income received from sources outside the territory of Saint Martin,
Notice of taxation of respondents over the same period


4.2.2.6. Candidate supported by social services:
Certificate of the organization.

4.2.2.7. Student benefiting from the CROUS scholarship and under tutelage:

Judgment of guardianship of the court,
4.2.2.8. Student with children:

Individual Lone Parent Reporting.



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The Collectivité de Saint-Martin informs the population that in the context of the beginning of the school year in January at the "Robert Weinum" school campus, the school transport for students was organized according to the following itineraries:



9 online: Circuit: leaving Bay Netted at 6h00 - Sandy Ground - Low-Town - St.James - Marigot - arrival at the City School.


13 online: Circuit: departure in front of the Lycée in 6h00 - national road - Howell center - roundabout - Morne valois - Friar's Bay - Colombier - Rambaud - Morne O'reilly arrival at the school city.


11 online: Circuit: Departure Beautiful Plain to 6h00 - Coralita Road - Orient Bay - Cul de Sac - Hope Estate - Stop at the School City


11 online : Itinerary: Departure Beautiful plain at 6h00 - Coralita road - Orient Bay - Cul de Sac - Hope Estate - Arrival at the Lycée Professionnel


12 online : Circuit: start Res. Flanders in 6h15 - Route of hope - Grand Case - stop at the school city


12 online: Circuit: start Res. Flanders in 6h00 - Route of hope - Grand Case - Morne O'reilly - Rambaud - Colombier - Friar's Bay - Morne Valois - Approval - arrival at the Lycée Polyvalent.



Registration forms for school transportation are to be collected at the school office, attached to the community, in Marigot.
Price of the 140 € transport card

Transport-School-Cite-School-2016.pdf


1. Registration in kindergartens: All sectors combined.
From January to February

2. Enrollment in the Preparatory Course (CP): All Sectors combined.
In February / March
The parents of the children enrolled in GS will take the completed fact sheet to the school, which will be deposited at the 1er degree and school affairs

3. Transfer request: (sibling or home)
Nursery classes and public or private elementary classes (CE1 at CM2)
Applications for transfers and derogations will be considered on a case-by-case basis and will be granted within the limits of available places. The files will be analyzed in detail.

List of items to be provided per child for registration or transfer

The application can only be accepted if the application is complete.

- Photocopy of the family booklet or birth certificate (child)
- Photocopy of the vaccination record (pages 90 to 93)
- Photocopy of proof of residence less than 3 months (EDF, Waters, Telecom, other administrative documents)
- Notice of taxation or non-taxation (year N + 1)
- Photocopy of the parents' identity document,
- Photocopy of the judgment for the exercise of parental authority (in case of separation, divorce, ...) and the identity document of the ascendants or persons responsible under Article L131-5 of the Code education.
- Medical certificate of aptitude for life in school (child entering for the 1 time at school)
- Certificate of education or cancellation (in case of change of public or private school)

Certificates of registration are issued in June

Public Reception Schedule
Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday from 8h30 to 14h30


School registration or transfer


Nursery school Jêrome BEAUPERE
Main road Sandy Ground
Tel: 0590 87 79 57 / 0690 88 20 32
Ms CONSTANT Sophie
ce.9710817l@ac-guadeloupe.fr



Evelina HALLEY Elementary School
Rue Jean Luc Hamlet - Marigot
Tel: 0590 87 54 90 / 0690 88 20 30
Ms. MALHERBE Sandrine
ce.9710754t@ac-guadeloupe.fr


Nursery School Siméonne TROTT
Impasse Siméonne Trott - Concordia
Tel: 0590 87 93 58 / 0690 88 22 79
Mrs CHOISY Aline
ce.9710874y@ac-guadeloupe.fr



Maternal School Marie-Antoinette RICHARDS
Street Garden of the Dains - Morne O'Reilly
Tel: 0590 29 26 90 / 0690 22 03 59
Ms. DELANNAY Yannick
ce.9711197z@ac-guadeloupe.fr



Nursery school Ghislaine ROGERS
Rue des Ecoles - Grand Case
Tel: 0590 87 21 50 / 0690 88 20 33
Ms. PETCHY Patricia
ce.9710875z@ac-guadeloupe.fr



Nursery school Eliane CLARKE
Rue Red fill - Orleans Quarter
Tel: 0590 87 35 11 / 0690 88 20 36
Mr BERTINEAU Philippe
ce.9710768h@ac-guadeloupe.fr



Nursery school Jean ANSELME
Rue Corossol - Orleans Quarter
Tel: 0590 29 30 19 / 0690 22 03 58
Ms. KAULANJAN-CHEKMODINE Vanessa
ce.9711196y@ac-guadeloupe.fr


Elementary School Aline Hanson
Main road - Sandy Ground
Tel: 0590 87 51 74 / 06 90 88 20 31
Mr ALAMKAN Germain
ce.9710805y@ac-guadeloupe.fr


Primary School Nina DUVERLY
Street of Holland - Marigot
Tel: 0590 87 54 29 / 06 90 88 20 28
Ms PRUDENT Joselyne
ce.9703341@ac-guadeloupe.fr


Ecole Primaire Emile CHOISY
Rue Léopold Mingau - Concordia
Tel: 0590 87 13 27 / 06 90 88 20 17
Mrs. CAREL Rita
ce.971098n@ac-guadeloupe.fr


Elementary School Marie-Amélie LEYDET
Spring - Concordia Rue des Sucrettes
Tel: 0590 87 84 05 / 06 90 88 20 27
Mr AMBROISE Alain
ce.9710210b@ac-guadeloupe.fr



Elementary School Hervé WILLIAMS
Street of Spring
Tel: 0590 87 91 21 / 06 90 88 20 39
Mr LIMOUZIN Jean-Pierre
ce.9711049n@ac-guadeloupe.fr


Elementary School Elie GIBS
Rue des Ecoles - Grand Case
Tel: 0590 87 97 21 / 06 90 88 20 34
Ms. CAUDA Carole
ce.9710567p@ac-guadeloupe.fr



Primary School Emile LARMONIE
Route de l'embarcadère Street of Cul de Sac
Tel: 0590 87 07 69 / 06 90 88 20 35
Ms. FERGA-PETRUS Danielle
ce.9711098s@ac-guadeloupe.fr




Elementary School Omer ARRONDELL
Rue de Coralita - Orleans Quarter
Tel: 0590 87 32 22 / 06 90 88 20 38
Mr DHAM Gérald
ce.9710568r@ac-guadeloupe.fr




Elementary School Clair SAINT-MAXIMIN
Rue Corossol - Orleans Quarter
Tel: 0590 87 33 13 / 06 90 88 20 37
Mrs. DORVILLE Joëlle
ce.9711096p@ac-guadeloupe.fr


Call for projects


Reception /Information/ Vocational guidance


Responsible: Corine PINEAU
Office: 0590 27 94 82
Portable: 0690 33 61 06
Mail: corine.pineau@com-saint-martin.fr
Home: 0590 27 94 81
Schedule: 8h-14h from Monday to Thursday (public reception) and Friday closed to the public but telephone reception 8h-14h

Learning


To benefit:

- an apprenticeship program combining practical and practical training with an employer and more theoretical lessons related to what is done in a company provided in an apprenticeship training center. One third of the time is spent in CFA, the other two thirds are in business.
- an employee status (with the same rights and social cover), remuneration (percentage of SMIC and tax exemption), including during the theoretical training period at the CFA.
- the same professional diploma as that prepared under the status of pupils, including diplomas of higher education.
- the chances of being offered a job with a master of apprenticeship once his diploma is obtained.

The apprenticeship training centers (CFA) provide general, technological and practical training. In close contact with the professional world, they are the privileged place of a pedagogy specific to the learning of each trade.

Based on the transfer of skills by tutors and apprenticeship masters, it offers young people a concrete itinerary to acquire both theoretical knowledge and practical ability to master a trade, to understand the company, to acquire the necessary know-how and Thus increasing their ability to be more quickly integrated into enterprises. It is a work contract of a particular type.


Apprenticeship is an in-service training: it combines training with an employer and teaching in an apprenticeship training center (CFA).

Who can become an apprentice?
To become an apprentice, you must be from 16 to 25 at the beginning of the apprenticeship contract and be recognized as fit to practice the trade during the medical examination.
Young people aged at least 15 years can subscribe to an apprenticeship contract if they have completed lower secondary education (3e).
The more 25 years can enter apprenticeship under certain conditions, especially for young people with disabilities.
The young people of 15 anset plus, whatever their educational origin, can be accommodated in an apprenticeship training center or in a vocational school. They follow, under school status, an alternate training. This training, known as the "introduction to the trades in alternation" program (DIMA), is intended to introduce a professional environment corresponding to a project to enter apprenticeship.

What are the steps?
First step: search for a host company
- Appear or apply in companies that are known or identified in the directories
- apply to chambers of commerce and chambers of commerce and industry
- contact the trade unions of the trade in question
- inquire at Pôle emploi
- consult the websites set up by the regional councils
- contact theCFAdWhere you plan to register

Second step: to look for an apprenticeship training center (CFA)
For this, we can:
- consult the list of CFAs established by the services of the regional councils
- obtain information from the information and guidance centers
- contact the Academic Inspection Service (SAIA) of the Rectorate
- consult the website of the Onisep

Sometimes the order of the procedures is reversed: one can find the CFA and the latter can help to find the company. But in all cases, it is only if you have signed the apprenticeship contract that you will be accepted into the CFA.

Note: in order to be successful, these steps must be taken as early as March or April.
For the CFA DE SAINT-MARTIN: LYCEE MULTIPLE OF THE NORTH ISLANDS
Spring Road BP 178 97052 ST MARTIN CEDEX 0590 29 12 36




Organized as a full-fledged training program, apprenticeship prepares for a diploma or a professional title registered in the national register of professional certifications.
What qualifications?
Learning helps to prepare:
- a professional diploma in secondary education: certificate of professional competence (CAP), vocational baccalaureate, professional certificate, additional mention
- a diploma in higher education: a BTS diploma, a university diploma in technology (DUT), professional licenses, diplomas in engineering, a business school, etc.
- a professional document registered in the national register of professional qualifications
Through successive contracts, apprenticeship provides access to all levels of professional qualification at the second or higher level.
In which professional sectors?
Learning prepares:
- food, retail, construction and public works
- occupations in all other sectors of activity: hotel-tourism, personal services, automotive, electronics, etc.

Note: The training available at the CFA DE SAINT-MARTIN at the beginning of the school year2016:
CAP CUISINE (1ere and 2eme year)
CAP RESTAURATION (project 2016)
COLD CAPINSTALLER AND AIR CONDITIONING (2th year)
DIMA


Apprenticeship is an in-service training: it combines general, technological and practical training with in-company training.

Courses in Apprenticeship Training Center (CFA)
The training time in a CFA is at least 400 hours per year:
- 800heures for theCAPen two years
- 1850 hours for the three-year vocational baccalauréat

This time is shorter than that of the training provided in vocational or technological lycées but it should not be forgotten that the time spent in company is also a time of formation. LeCFAdispense the lessons needed to prepare the diploma provided for in the apprenticeship contract.

The training programs and examinations are identical for pupils and apprentices preparing the same diplomas.
AuCFA, the apprentice keeps his status as an employee. The period auCFA is therefore paid as working time.
AuCFA, the apprentice follows the courses provided for in the examination programs and regulations: French, mathematics, visual arts and artistic cultures, physical and sports education, environmental health prevention, technological and vocational education, foreign living language, etc.

Customized accompaniment
Apprentice training also takes place within the company for which he works.

The apprentice is placed under the responsibility of a master of learning chosen according to his professional knowledge. The apprenticeship teacher accompanies
The apprentice throughout his training to transmit his knowledge and know-how. It is in relation with the learning center.

In the two months following the apprenticeship, an interview is planned between the apprentice, the trainer of the CFA, the apprenticeship master and, if necessary, the parents of the apprentice, in order to make an initial assessment of the course of the training.


The apprentice has the status of company employee, the rights of all employees and is subject to the same obligations. The apprenticeship contract is a contract of employment between an employer and an apprentice. The apprentice works for the employer and for that he receives a salary. It is therefore subject to the rules of the Labor Code and collective agreements.

Apprenticeship status
The status of the apprentice has evolved: he is now apprenticed to the trades.
Salaries paid to apprentices are exempt from income tax up to the annual amount of the minimum wage. This provision applies to the apprenticeship or the tax home to which it is attached.
The apprentice has the status of the company, the rights of all employees and is subject to the same obligations.
The opening of the apprenticeship to the trades' apprentice is similar to that of other employees as of 16 years: affiliation to the general social security system, holidays with pay, maternity leave, pension rights and unemployment benefits, etc.

The apprenticeship contract
The apprenticeship contract is a contract of employment concluded for a limited or indefinite period, signed between a young person from 16 to 25 years and the host company. In the case of an employment contract of indefinite duration, the young person enjoys the status of apprentice during his period of apprenticeship, at the beginning of the contract.
The duration of the apprenticeship contract or the apprenticeship period is equal to the training cycle. It can vary between one and three years, depending on the diploma prepared. It can be four years for apprentices with disabilities.
The apprenticeship contract is a contract of employment between an employer and an apprentice. The apprentice works for the employer and for that he receives a salary. It is therefore subject to the rules of the Labor Code and collective agreements. It benefits from the provisions applicable to all employees and the special provisions applicable to young workers.
The contract is compulsory for training which is given both in a company and in an apprenticeship training center.
Throughout his training, the apprentice receives a salary corresponding to a percentage of the minimum wage determined according to his age and his progression in the training cycle.





Financial aid is available for apprentices and their families.

Back to School Allowance
The re-entry allowance concerns students aged from 6 to 18 years.
In 2014, the amount of the school allowance was 393,90 € per child from 15 to 18 years.
The resource ceilings (2012 year) should not exceed:
24 137 € for one child
29 707 € for two children
35 277 € for three children
5 570 € per additional child
The re-entry allowance is paid directly by the family allowance funds at the end of August for students from 6 to 16 years. Young people from 16 to 18 years receive it later on presentation of a proof of schooling or learning.
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Young apprentices under 18 years
Families can not receive the allowance for their children less than 18 years in apprenticeship if the net income of the apprentice exceeds 885,81 €.
To count as a "dependent child" in the calculation of family benefits, several conditions must be met. It does not exceed this ceiling.

Specific financial assistance
The salary paid to the apprentice is exempt from income tax up to a certain threshold fixed each year by the finance law.
Parents shall receive family allowances up to the age of twelve years of the apprentice, if his remuneration does not exceed a ceiling fixed above.
Like any young worker, the apprentice can benefit from assistance for housing and privileged access to the homes of young workers.


In order to encourage businesses SAINT-MARTIN COMMUNITY pays an indemnity Compensatory breakdown decomposed into 3 aids:
- 1000 euros for hiring assistance.
- The support bonus to the training effort for each year of the training cycle:
- 1500 euros for an apprentice of - of 18 years
- 2000 euros for an apprentice of 18 years and more
- Support for the insertion at the end of the apprenticeship contract of 500 euros per year for a permanent contract.

Tax advantages
With your apprenticeship status, your employee is not taken into account in calculating the social and tax thresholds that apply to your business.
Reduced social security contributions: Your company will benefit from numerous exemptions from employers 'and employees' fees, adjusted according to the number of employees and the status of your company.

Support for young apprentices (from 1er June 2015)
You are a TPE of less than 11 employees and you recruit a young person of less than 18 years in contract of apprenticeship; The salaries are reimbursed to you each quarter.


Schools


The Community of St. Martin informs the parents of the students that, in preparation for the 2017-2018 school year, students will be enrolled as follows:
Registration in kindergartens: All sectors combined.
From January 16 17 2017 February
• Children born in 2014 (Small Section PS) and 2015 (Very Small Section TPS - within the limits of the places available)
• Children born in 2013 and 2012 (Medium Section MS and Large GS Section - not in school)

Enrollment in the Preparatory Course (CP): All Sectors combined.
Parents of children enrolled in GS must remove the information sheet at the school, starting on 15 February 2017. The duly completed form must be deposited to the 1er degree and school business management, between 6 March and 31 March 2017.
From 19 to 30 June 2017: Application for transfer to kindergartens and elementary and enrollment in Elementary Classes (CE1 to CM2) - Reconciliation of siblings or domicile only.
Transfer requests will be considered on a case-by-case basis and will be granted within the limit of available seats. The files will be analyzed in detail.

List of items to be provided per child for registration or transfer
The application can only be accepted if the application is complete.


Parts concerning the child :
- Photocopy of family booklet or birth certificate
- Medical certificate of aptitude for life in school (children born in 2014 and 2015).
- Photocopy of the vaccination record (pages 90 to 93)
Parts concerning parents:
- Photocopy of legal identity document
- Valid addressing certificate (Addressing service - route de la Préfecture)
The request can be sent by e-mail to: serviceadressage@com-saint-martin.fr.
- Photocopy of the judgment for the exercise of parental authority (in case of separation, divorce) and the identity document of the ascendants or the persons legally responsible.
Transfer request :
- Certificate of cancellation (in case of change of public or private school)

Certificates of registration are to be withdrawn from:
12 June 2017 for the Maternelles

Public reception hours - Education Department, seaside annex:
Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday: from 8h30 to 12h30 and from 13h00 to 15h00.

The community of Saint-Martin invites the parents to carry out the registration formalities as soon as possible.


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