No. A signed parental consent form must be returned to the Program Provider prior to the deadline noted on the top of the form. If the form is not returned to the Program Provider prior to the deadline the child will not being permitted to attend the program.
Only if your child will be traveling outside of the country without his or her parents/guardians. Consent forms do not need to be notarized if the child will not be traveling internationally. See following the question for more information about notarization.
The purpose for having the forms notarized is to avoid problems entering or exiting a country, and to help prevent any child custody questions or issues. Some countries, in addition to identification for the child (usually the passport), may require a consent form with parents’ notarized signatures to be presented. For children traveling abroad, the US Customs and Border Protection Agency recommends that parental consent forms be notarized.
No; a Parental Consent Form is not required if both parents/guardians are attending the program with their child.