Permission letter for child to travel, Sample & Format

A permission letter for child to travel is usually written by a parent or guardian who is allowing a child or ward to make a trip without the parent or guardian. The letter is an authorization letter permitting the child to be taken by another individual or group without holding anyone responsible for any possible mishap that may incur on the child.

From:

Dolores S. Smith

3014 Indiana Avenue
Mililani, HI 96789

May 29, 2010

To:

Mary J. Brown

Glory Hill High School

4310 Lakeland Park Drive
Tucker, GA 30084

Dear Ms. Brown

RE:  Permission to join school excursion for Jane D. Smith

I, Dolores S. Smith, mother of Jane D. Smith, grade 4, am writing to permit my child to travel with the school on a day’s outing to the National Zoo on June 15, 2010.

I understand that there will be 5 Glory Hill High School teachers accompanying 30 Grade 4 students on that trip which will take 2 hours. I am assured that all safety precautions will be taken to ensure the full security and safety of my child and other on this trip. With that I shall release all indemnity against Glory Hill High School if any mishap should befall my child during the trip.

I shall expect my child to reach the school for my pick up on the same day at 5pm after dropping her at 7 o’clock in the morning.

Thank you.

Yours Sincerely,

Dolores Smith

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