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Does my child's siblings ever write? One letter I received said "Please pray for my sister, Erliana, who is starting kindergarten". That didn't make sense because my child's name IS Erliana and she's not in kindergarten.The writer also wrote that she's 13. The letter wasn't signed.
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Teresa Dawn

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Yes they do write if the child is young and can't do it themselves yet!  Usually kids 8 and under you will hear from a project worker, parent, or older sibling.  Usually the person identifies themselves but Erliana's sister being only 13 might have forgotten or thought that saying "my sister, Erliana" was identification enough.  :)
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Hi Liz, 
I apologize for the confusion on this letter. It does look like this letter was written by Erliana's sister. The one thing that is concerning is that she does indicate that she is in Kindergarten. I show in our system that she is actually in third grade. I want to make sure that we clarify this for you. It was likely a mistake by her sister, but just in case, I am sending an inquiry to her center to confirm. Thank you so much for bringing this to our attention. We will get back with you as soon as possible on this. Please allow about six to eight weeks for this response!  

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