Thursday, May 14, 2015

Parents Warned Lindsay Lohan Will Be At Their Children's Pre-School

Parents were warned the Lindsay Lohan would be completing her community service in a Brooklyn pre-school.

Lindsay Lohan will not be left alone in a classroom of children while fulfilling her community service requirements, according to a letter sent home to parents at a school in New York City.
The actress will complete the 125 hours of community service at the Duffield Children's Center in Brooklyn where she volunteered last year.
The school's director of early childhood education, Ivonne A. Lopez, has assured parents that the star will be properly supervised while on the premises.
Lopez wrote in a letter to the children's parents, "Ms. Lohan has asked to return to complete her community services and may be placed in a classroom with your child. As with any volunteer, this would be under constant supervision from the classroom teacher and Duffield staff. Please know that all requirements for this volunteer work will be met, prior to her entering the classroom. Furthermore, volunteers are never left alone with children."
The celeb missed her first day because of logistics. Lopez told the New York Daily News: "There are some things that need to be managed before she can start her community service."
The school official added, "She needs to be cleared."
Lohan has until May 28 to complete her court-ordered community service stemming from a 2012 reckless driving case.

Jacked from Star Pulse

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