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					                             Warsaw Central School
                                          Warsaw, NY 14569-1295
                                             (585) 786-8000
      WARSAW HIGH SCHOOL STUDENT PERMISSION SLIP TO LEAVE THE BUILDING

___________________________ will be attending a field trip to the Strasenburgh Planetarium and Mt. Hope Cemetery
Student Name

in Rochester, NY on Wednesday, April 30, 2008. Students should bring lunch or purchase lunch at Marketplace Mall Food
Court.

 Permission is only granted when all class work and obligations are up-to-date. A teacher’s signature
      designates that the teacher is aware of a student’s absence from class and field trip plans.
                     The student is responsible for making up any missed work.

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I, the parent/guardian of the above names student, agree to allow my child to leave school for the purpose
of attending a field trip to THE STRASENBURGH PLANETARIUM, MT. HOPE CEMETERY
AND MARKETPLACE MALL FOOD COURT ON WEDNESDAY, APRIL 30, 2008.
                                I have full knowledge of the trip and its purpose.

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Parent/Guardian Signature                                  Main Office/Obligations



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Attendance Officer
Field Trip
On Wednesday, April 30, 2008, Mr. May's Earth Science classes will be attending a field
trip. On this trip we will be going to see a star show at the Strasenburgh Planetarium at the
Rochester Museum and Science Center. The show is designed specifically for our
curriculum. Before the planetarium, we will travel to Mt. Hope Cemetery, which at one
time also served as a park. We will view unique glacial features, study weathering of
various rock types (tombstones) and learn about many famous people in our local history.
We will also view the beautifully landscaped features of New York State, carved by ice
and water, from the comfort of our glorious yellow buses. We will also dine at Market
Place Mall Food Court. Yummy! We will leave at 8:10 and return by 2:30.

WE NEED PARENTS. Parents will not be charged. This show would cost the public
$7.00 and Mr. May's cemetery tour is priceless.

    Students must pay $5.00 each for planetarium admission and either bring a lunch or
     money for lunch.
    STUDENTS MAY NOT WEAR: torn jeans, concert T-shirts or clothing with any
     messages on it; brand names are ok as long as they in no way can be thought to
     reference sex, violence, alcohol, drugs or gang activities. We like Warsaw to be
     well represented in the public and unfortunately appearance counts.
    No gum, candy, or food of any kind is allowed in the planetarium.
    No backpacks, stereos or video games are allowed in the planetarium. They must be
     left on the bus at your own risk.
    Students not attending will be given an alternative project to work on while they are
     at school. The trip will count as two lab grades.
    Students will be on their best behavior, following all of Mr. May's and school rules.
     They will also obey all chaperones whether they are school personnel or not.

If you wish to chaperone, please write your e-mail address or phone number and time to
call on the permission slip. You can also call me, Mr. Greg May, during school hours
(786-8000 x 2229) or at home (302-0820) between 7 p.m. and 9 p.m. or email me at
gmay@warsaw.k12.ny.us (or link through the school website). Your help would be
greatly appreciated. Thank you.
Chaperone Duties
You should enjoy this trip. If any student is misbehaving and does not obey your
requests, please tell Mr. May immediately. The student will be dealt with immediately.

Bus
   Help students board the bus in an orderly fashion.
   Keep students in line. Students should remain in the seats and behave according to all
     bus rules.
   Students should not yell out the windows or throw anything out of the bus.
   Attendance will be taken by a teacher / chaperone.

Cemetery
   Keep students in line. Students should respect the cemetery and all gravesites.
   Students should not be allowed to stray from the group.
   Please help to quiet the group down when the teacher is attempting to speak.
   Teacher / chaperone will take attendance before leaving for the planetarium.

Planetarium
   No gum, food, beverages, stereos or video games allowed in the planetarium.
   Keep students in line. Students should respect planetarium personnel. Students should
      be attentive during the show. Rude comments or noises will not be tolerated.
   Help supervise students as they wait in line and use the restrooms.
   Teacher / chaperone will take attendance before leaving for the mall.

Mall
   Supervise students. Keep an eye out for inappropriate behavior.
   Students and chaperones are asked not to leave the food court. All students have been
     told that they are not going to be able to shop.
   Help round up students for the return trip.
   Teacher / chaperone will take attendance before leaving for Warsaw.

Warsaw
  Please help supervise the mad rush to use the restrooms. Mr. May will notify the
    chaperones whether the students will be returning to class or going somewhere else.

Thank you for your help. I hope that you enjoy the trip. With your help, I know that
     the students will be well behaved.
Please read this before exiting the bus at the planetarium.

     Leave your hats on the bus.
     No gum, food or beverage (including water) in the planetarium.
     Leave backpacks and electronic devices on the bus.
     Cell phones should be left on the bus or turned off completely.
     Be on your best behavior.

				
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