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Gas saving device aKX

Scam Email received 11/11/2021

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Fuel Saver

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Gas saving device aKX

Gas saving device aKX – YNmxhFD-wAhkoQ3hRja-noReply@m5emv.jestzone.net

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Dear Parents and Guardians:

As you know, our middle school classes are participating in an exciting economic education program called JA BizTown. We will soon be visiting the JA BizTown facility to participate in the experiential simulation.

Our on-site class visit is scheduled for MARCH 14, 2017. We will be leaving school at 8:00 am and returning at 2:30 pm.

WSSB will provide a sack lunch clearly marked with his/her name.

Students are videotaped (photographed) daily by the student Camera Operator working at JA BizTown. This videotape (photograph) is given to the school for later viewing in our classroom. On occasion, the JA BizTown experience may be photographed or videotaped by external media for use in communications and marketing materials. If Junior Achievement of Oregon & SW Washington is aware of this filming, it will notify schools in advance. There are occasions, however, when schools are not notified in advance of media coverage.

Please complete the form below to give permission for your child to accompany us to JA BizTown. Inform us of your preferences for including or omitting your child from any such photography.

This form must be signed and returned to us by MARCH 1, 2017.


Steve Lowry

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___ Yes, my child has my permission to accompany the class to JA BizTown, and I understand
that he/she may be photographed or videotaped.

___ No, my child cannot accompany the class to JA BizTown.

__ Yes, my child has my permission to accompany the class to JA BizTown, but I request that efforts be made to exclude my child from any photography or videotaping where he/she may be easily identified.

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