The Emergency Contact form will list individuals authorized by the parent/guardian to have access to their child at an HSOLC site, and those individuals the child may be released to from an HSOLC site or bus. Hereafter, the word “parent(s)” will refer to both parent(s) and legal guardian(s). Under no circumstances will the child be released to an individual who is either not listed on the Emergency Contact form signed by the parent, or authorized in a written statement signed by the parent. Parents must update the Emergency Contact form as needed, and in a timely manner. Parents must notify Head Start staff of changes to the Emergency Contact form. (see Emergency School Closure, School Bus Accident and Snow Day policy in the Labor Contract)
This policy complies with Head Start Performance Standard 45 CFR Section 1302.47 (7)
It was approved by Policy Council on September 9, 1997. March 2012. March 2016. December 2020
Updated July 2, 1999. June 26, 2002. March 2012. January 2016. February 2016. September 2016. March 2017. November 2020.
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Reviewed: November 2020