One of my students is about to start volunteering and visiting colleges...it is her graduation year! But, some of these events are going to be happening during normal public school hours.
This got me thinking about how to approach giving her permission to be out and about during school hours. I starting wondering, well what if someone official bothers her, even though she's doing what she ought. So I wrote her a nice official letter to take with her for extra assurance that we did indeed give her permission and yes she is on official school business!
Many public high schoolers around here leave during school hours for work and college credit, especially during their last 2 years. So I wasn't that worried too much about any issues. I just like to cover my bases.
But this way, anyone can contact us, and she has something with her at all times that is signed.
Then I got to thinking: Maybe others would like a free example of what I used for an idea of what could be used as an "official" excuse for their blooming ( if responsible) high schoolers!
Before I give it to you though, please make sure you are following all of your laws for your state. This is not to be construed as any form of legal form or advice whatsoever.
Please feel free to copy, paste, alter or what ever you would like to match your needs. No credit needed. On our form, I even used a water mark with our school name on it and printed it on resume paper. Then signed it in blue ink.
Let me know if this helps you at all!
(p.s. Yes I see the misspelling in the file *excused*) It's since been updated. Thanks
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