As a teacher who was often at the forefront of technology, I also ran into some issues with administrators when it came to publishing student work. If your district has clear guidelines, great. If you are worried your district might blame you for student content published on a site you run, then use a form like the download.
It was not written by a lawyer and I don't offer any legal advice, but when I was told I could no longer post any student work without signed release forms (even though dozens of other teachers could), I created a form that covered many ways students could be published based in print and online. You will not be able to keep track of the parent decisions, so make sure it's up to the students to maintain their levels of anonymity.
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