Parents at a school in New York have been sent a letter assuring them that Lindsay Lohan will not be left alone with the children when she visits the facility later this month (May15).
The troubled actress has asked to complete the remaining 125 hours of her community service order by returning to work with youngsters at the Duffield Children's Center in Brooklyn, where she performed some voluntary tasks last year (14).
Ahead of the planned visit, the school's Director of Early Childhood Education, Ivonne A. Lopez, has contacted parents of children at Duffield to reassure them the Mean Girls star will be properly supervised while on the premises.
In the letter, which was sent out on Tuesday (12May15), Lopez writes, "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."
Lohan is attempting to carry out her remaining 125 hours of community service before a court-imposed deadline of 28 May (15). The punishment is part of her sentence relating to a 2012 reckless driving case.