FW: Discipline, parental involvement, and siblings
Jack Young (jyoung@FREEFROMHUNGER.ORG)
Tue, 18 Aug 1998 16:43:24 -0700
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I actually use permission slips as a way to let the parents know that they
need to be reachable during the trip and that they should not plan on being
out of town without letting me know someone that can be reach if there is a
medical or discipline problem with the scout.
SM, Troop 600
From: Scouts-L Youth Group List [mailto:Scouts-L@tcu.edu]On Behalf Of
James H. Moss
Sent: Monday, August 17, 1998 6:33 PM
To: Multiple recipients of list SCOUTS-L
Subject: Re: Discipline, parental involvement, and siblings
You have no signed permission slip for that child
to participate or to take the child for medical care in the case of
"Permission slips" provide no liability protection. A permission slip only
says the child can be there, but they are worthless in a court of law unless
they include acknowledgement of risk language or are a release.
James H. Moss 303-980-5353
Attorney at Law 303-989-2316 Fax
12340 W. Alameda Pkwy. JHMoss@Lawyernet.com
Lakewood, CO 80228-2841
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