sssssss Office of the Minister of Children – Kingdom of Meridies

Office of the Minister of Children

The Kingdom Minister of Children is responsible for fostering the education of the children of Meridies between the ages of 5 to 16 on medieval activities and the Society. They oversee the children’s activities at Kingdom-level events and develop curriculum for, and administer the Page’s School.

 

 

Minister of Children

THLady Jane Wolfden

Penfeathers newsletter for children and their families

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Deputies

Dean of Page School
THL Fíne Dubh (“Pixie”)

Deputy Dean of the Teen Program
Lady Ailith de Steddanham

Deputy Dean of Resources
Vacant

Penfeathers Editor
Lady Deedre Turner

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Documents

Waiver Form for Minors – Single or Family

Designated Adult in Charge of Unaccompanied Minor Form

Medical Authorization for Minors Form

Minor’s Consent to Participate and Hold Harmless Agreement

Event Report Form

Quarterly Report Form

Year-End Report Form

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Facebook Pages

Gulf Wars Page School

Meridies MOC Youth Activities

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Information

Quarterly reporting dates are: (updated 10/2018)
1st Report (Nov – Jan) – Report Due February 10th and Late by the 20th
2nd Report (Feb – Apr) – Report Due May 10th and Late by the 20th
3rd Report (May – Jul) – Report Due August 10th and Late by the 20th
4th Report (Aug – Oct) – Report Due November 10th and Late by the 20th
Year-end Report – Report Due January 1st and Late by the 10th

NOTICE: If an event is held within the State of Florida, the Medical Authorization for Minors form must be notarized. It must be filled out by the parent or guardian of the minor, signed, and notarized by a registered Notary Public before they arrive at the event. Copies of this form, duly executed, should be in the possession of the named minor, at least one adult named in the document and present at the event, one to be left at the gate with the other registration paperwork, and one with the parent or guardian executing the Medical Authorization. For events held in other states within Meridies, notarization is not required.

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