I got a form to be filled out and I was surprised to see a question where it says that if I have someone who will not be permitted in school.
The questionnaire is very thorough they are even asking for your annual salary to see if you qualify for food stamps.
Asked by Anonymous at 6:30 AM on Sep. 10, 2009 in Politics & Current Events
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Answer by tropicalmama at 7:38 AM on Sep. 10, 2009
I imagine with all of the custodial issues our society is plagued with these days, it's important to bring up with the school's office if there is someone that is not allowed to leave with your child. Like a parent that has supervised visits, or someone that you deem a danger or risk to your child (like a grandparent that does not provide safe supervision of your child).
My DS's school asks both if there are people not allowed to pick him up, and then ask you to provide names and numbers of people that are allowed to pick him up. I don't see how they can be that diligent over this issue with almost 1000 kids to watch over. But it's always good to fill the papers out carefully so that your concerns are made record with the school.
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