Sign and attach the SCHOOL FORMS CHECKLIST to all required parent forms below.
School Forms Checklist The State of New Jersey requires us to have this form signed from every parent at the start of every school year.
Emergency Contacts This form must be updated & filled out by the first day of school.
Universal Health Form All parents are required to turn in their child’s most current vaccinations (including Flu) in order for their child to remain in school.
Parking, Pickup and Delivery Permission Slip (New parents only) Please let the office know if there is anyone you would refuse permission to pick up your child. Be sure to notify the school of any changes in your pick up or delivery procedures. We are not at liberty to release your child without being advised of a change.
DYFS Information & Parent sign-off The State of New Jersey requires all parents to acknowledge that they have read the “N.J. Div. of Youth & Family Services” sheet. This paperwork is required for us to remain a State Licensed School.
Fingerprint Form (New parents only) FPPK requires that all parents who co-op be fingerprinted and background checked before they “work” in the classroom. Please make an appointment by visiting the web-site www.bioapplicant.com/nj and bring the Fingerprint Form with you.
CARI Consent Form This form must be updated every other year and returned to school at least 2 weeks before school begins to allow the for processing. Please make sure you fill in all the required information and remember to sign the form. If both parents intend to co-op at FPPK, both parents must submit a CARI form.
Photo Release Form Your signature is required every year.
Coop Responsibilities & Schedule Form Please read your co-op procedures and responsibilities. Your familiarity with this information is what makes FPPK run smoothly and efficiently.
Allergy Alert for Classroom and Food Allergy Action Plan If your child has ANY type of food allergy, we ask that you fill out the Allergy Alert form to post in the classroom, to advise other parents of your child’s food allergy. The Food Allergy Action Plan requires signatures from your child’s doctor as well as a parent.