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NYC Helpline: How To: What You Need to Know

How to Foster Parent Contact

Informational  Letters

Permission Slip Letter

Dear Parents,

During the course of the year we use photographs on various projects (artwork, books etc.). We also videotape different activities. Please sign the permission slip below, so that I may keep it on file.

Thank you,
Ms. ________
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I give permission for my child, _____________________________ to be photographed and videotaped for educational purposes.

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signature/firma

 

Homework Letter

Dear Parents,

Please help your child learn your address. The easiest way I have found to do this is to have the child repeat the numbers several times. A few minutes later ask the child to repeat the numbers. This process should be repeated every day for a few days. Your child should know his/her address by December 2nd.

Thank you, 

Ms. _______

 

Trip note

We're going on a trip!

Who: Class K-220

Where: Museum of Natural History

Why: To see the dinosaurs!

When: Monday, February 24, 2003

Cost: $3.50

Lunch: Please send a lunch with your child.

Please sign and return the permission slip, with the money, by Friday, February 21, 2003. 
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I give permission for my son/daughter, ______________, to go to the Museum of Natural History on Monday, February 24, 2003.

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signature/firma 

____ I would like to attend the trip.

 

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