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Office of Family Services Request Form

Thank you for contacting the Office of Family Services.

Request Information Initiate a Concern/Complaint Provide a Suggestion/Compliment

Reqeust Information from the Office of Family Services

Please Complete all required items

Request Topic:
*First Name: Required
*Last Name: Required
* e-mail or phone is required
Your e-mail:
Phone Number: (i.e.111-111-1111)
Best Time to Call:

Please provide a brief description of the information you are requesting below: (max. 1000 characters)

Click on Submit (only once) when finished

Initiate a Concern or Complaint with the Office of Family Services

Please Complete all required items

Student Information
*First Name: Required
*Last Name: Required
*Student's School: Required
Student's Date of Birth: (use: mm/dd/yyyy)
Student's ID: (if known)
Parent Information
*First Name: Required
*Last Name: Required
* e-mail or phone is required
Your e-mail:
Phone Number: (i.e.111-111-1111)
Best Time to Call:
Concern:

Please provide a brief description of your concern or complaint: (max. 1000 characters)

Click on Submit (only once) when finished

Provide a Suggestion/Compliment to the Office of Family Services

Please Complete all required items

*First Name: Required
*Last Name: Required
* e-mail or phone is required
Your e-mail:
Phone Number: (i.e.111-111-1111)
Best Time to Call:

Please provide your Suggestion or Compliment Below: (max. 1000 characters)

Click on Submit (only once) when finished

Parent Information Center
Parent Information Center
414-475-8467
Milwaukee Public Schools
Central Services Administration Building
5225 West Vliet Street, Room 138
Milwaukee, Wisconsin 53208

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