Form KDOC-0090 "Foster Parent Report to the Court" - Kansas

Form KDOC-0090 is a Kansas Department of Corrections form also known as the "Foster Parent Report To The Court". The latest edition of the form was released in February 1, 2007 and is available for digital filing.

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Download Form KDOC-0090 "Foster Parent Report to the Court" - Kansas

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FOSTER PARENT REPORT TO THE COURT
Re:
To: Foster Parents
The 2006 Legislature amended KSA 38-2365(d) (see page 3) to state that every six months, foster parents
may be required to provide a Foster Parent Report To The Court. If the court requests a Foster Parent
Report, KDOC has supplied form KDOC-0090.
The following are the two dates (month and day) the reports are due each year, while the foster home
placement continues.
First Report: ________________________________________
Second Report: ______________________________________
You have received this notice because the court has requested Foster Parent Reports. Attached is a
blank form.
The following is the name of the Judge and the court address to which the report must be sent. If the
Judge or address changes, we will provide notice to you.
Name of Judge: ______________________________________
Address of Court: ____________________________________
Thank you for your cooperation in this matter.
Sincerely yours,
Community Supervision Officer________________________
Date: ______________________
State of Kansas
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Kansas Department of Corrections
Form KDOC- 0090
Rev. February, 2007
FOSTER PARENT REPORT TO THE COURT
Re:
To: Foster Parents
The 2006 Legislature amended KSA 38-2365(d) (see page 3) to state that every six months, foster parents
may be required to provide a Foster Parent Report To The Court. If the court requests a Foster Parent
Report, KDOC has supplied form KDOC-0090.
The following are the two dates (month and day) the reports are due each year, while the foster home
placement continues.
First Report: ________________________________________
Second Report: ______________________________________
You have received this notice because the court has requested Foster Parent Reports. Attached is a
blank form.
The following is the name of the Judge and the court address to which the report must be sent. If the
Judge or address changes, we will provide notice to you.
Name of Judge: ______________________________________
Address of Court: ____________________________________
Thank you for your cooperation in this matter.
Sincerely yours,
Community Supervision Officer________________________
Date: ______________________
State of Kansas
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Kansas Department of Corrections
Form KDOC- 0090
Rev. February, 2007
REPORT FROM FOSTER PARENTS
Juvenile Name ___________________________ Current Address _______________________________
_______________________________
Name of Parent ________________________ Foster Parents ___________________________________
Community Supervision Officer ___________________________________
Please circle the word which best describes the youth's progress
1. Juvenile's adjustment in the home
Excellent
good
satisfactory
needs improvement
2. Juvenile's interaction with foster parents and family members
Excellent
good
satisfactory
needs improvement
3. Juvenile's interaction with others
Excellent
good
satisfactory
needs improvement
4. Juvenile's respect for property
Excellent
good
satisfactory
needs improvement
5. Physical and emotional condition of the juvenile
Excellent
good
satisfactory
needs improvement
6. Community Supervision Officer's interaction with the juvenile and foster family
Excellent
good
satisfactory
needs improvement
7. School status of juvenile:
School _____________________________
Grade ___________
Grades
Good
Fair
Poor
Attendance
Good
Fair
Poor
Behavior
Good
Fair
Poor
8. If visitation with parents has occurred, describe the frequency of visits, with whom,
supervised or unsupervised, and any significant events that have occurred.
9. Your opinion regarding the overall adjustment, progress and condition of the juvenile.
10. Do you have any special concerns or comments with regard to the juvenile not addressed
by this form? Please specify.
State of Kansas
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Kansas Department of Corrections
Form KDOC- 0090
Rev. February, 2007
K.S.A. 38-2365(d)
(d) During the time a juvenile remains in the custody of the commissioner, the commissioner shall submit
to the court, at least every six months, a written report of the progress being made toward the goals of the
permanency plan submitted pursuant to subsections (b) and (c) and the specific actions taken to achieve
the goals of the permanency plan. If the juvenile is placed in foster care, the court may request the foster
parent to submit to the court, at least every six months, a report in regard to the juvenile's adjustment,
progress and condition. Such report shall be made a part of the juvenile's court social file. The court shall
review the plan submitted by the commissioner and the report, if any, submitted by the foster parent and
determine whether reasonable efforts and progress have been made to achieve the goals of the
permanency plan. If the court determines that progress is inadequate or that the permanency plan is no
longer viable, the court shall hold a hearing pursuant to subsection (e).
State of Kansas
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Kansas Department of Corrections
Form KDOC- 0090
Rev. February, 2007
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