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Youth Garden Club Parent Permission Form


As you get your club under way, it's a very good idea to send a flier home with students with information about the club, and ask parents to sign and return the permission slip for your files.


Your flier might include a little about your club's goals, your club's schedule over the growing season, a few simple rules and expectations, and anything else you think would be important to communicate.


It's a very good idea to have every student's home telephone number, parents' cell phones, and email addresses, in case of inclement weather or if you need to cancel a club meeting.


You can print out a form like this one to obtain parental signatures before you start your garden club. This excellent, attractive example is from the Gifford Park Community Garden's youth program at 35th and Cass Streets in Omaha.


Of course, if you follow this format, you will want to insert your club's meeting days and times, and the name of your club. But this is a good model to follow:


By Susan Darst Williams • • Planning 05 © 2010




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