• Please complete and submit this form prior to any minor student starting a session that will have him or her with us for three or more consecutive hours.

  • Email is our primary form of communication, so please use an address that you check frequently.
  • Emergency Contacts

    Please list the person completing this form as Emergency Contact 1 below.
  • Medical Provider

  • Medical History

    In case of emergency, I understand that every effort will be made to contact the parents or guardians. In the event that I cannot be reached, I give permission to the physician selected by the Arts Council of Princeton to hospitalize, secure proper treatment for, and to order anesthesia or surgery for my child. I understand I am financially responsible for any expense for medical care or transportation incurred on my child’s behalf. I hereby release the Arts Council of Princeton and its employees from any responsibility for injuries or illness occurring as a result of, or coincidental to, my child’s participation in this program.
  • Permissions

    I give permission for my child to participate in walking field trips within walking distance from the Paul Robeson Center. I understand that students will be supervised at all times by one or two adults, depending on the class size. With supervision, younger children are taken to the YMCA playground, and preteens/teens are taken to the Princeton University Art Museum and the Princeton Farmer’s Market on Thursdays. *Please note: for summer 2020 children will not be going to the YMCA playground, Princeton Farmer’s Market or Princeton University Art Museum during camp hours.
    I give permission for the student listed above to be dismissed in his or her own at the end of the day.
    The Arts Council of Princeton uses photographic and video images (without student names or identifiers) of classes, workshops, and events in various publications ranging from our website and newspaper articles to grant applications and annual reports. It is a vital way for us to convey the importance of our work in the community. If you do not want your or your child’s photo used by the Arts Council of Princeton, you must notify us in writing (by email to info@artscouncilofprinceton.org or by postal mail) prior to attendance in the program.