Brooklyn Children’s Center Alerts Parents That Lindsay Lohan Is Coming to Volunteer

The saga of Lindsay Lohan and her community service hours continues.

Lohan still hasn’t completed all of her court-ordered community service hours, so she’s relocated from London to Brooklyn where she’ll be volunteering at a children’s center in her attempt, once again, to avoid jail.

Lohan will be attempting to finish her remaining 115 hours before May 28th at Duffield Children’s Center in Ft. Greene, Brooklyn starting today, according to TMZ.

She’s only completed a total of 9 and a half out of 125 hours.

That means with only 15 days until her deadline, she’ll have to average about 7 to 8 hours of community service work a day including weekends…if the daycare will let her work weekends, that is. If she can’t work weekends and has to stick to a Monday through Friday schedule, that means she’ll have to do about 9 to 10 hours of community service a day from now ’til the 28th.

TMZ does note that she’s trying to set up another community service gig so she can complete her hours on the weekends as well.

Talk about the horror of having a 9-5 job!

The Brooklyn children’s center sent around a note to all the parents alerting them that the hot mess actress would be making the rounds for the next couple of weeks.

Acquired by Page Six, the letter (written by Ivonne Lopez, Director of Early Childhood Education), read:

As some of you may know, actress Lindsay Lohan performed community service hours at Duffield Children’s Center in August 2014. Her involvement with BCS was chronicled during an OWN Network television special. Shortly after the OWN special aired, Ms. Lohan continued her volunteer work with us, spending time helping with administrative and clerical duties.

Ms. Lohan has asked to return to complete her community services and may be placed in a classroom with your child. As with any volunteer, this would be under constant supervision from the classroom teacher and Duffield staff. Please know that all requirements for this volunteer work will be met, prior to her entering the classroom. Furthermore, volunteers are never left alone with children.

The fact that the note prefaced “volunteers are never left alone with children” speaks volumes. Page Six reported parent reactions, which include: “As long as she doesn’t come here under the influence, I’m fine with it…,” “I have mixed feelings,” and “Everybody has had their ups and downs and has had their trouble.”

One little weird Lohan behavior was that she posted on social media on Monday (March 11) that she was “Happy to be home in nyc with my family and friends. Missed this place. ready to help.”

But she didn’t even arrive in New York until yesterday (Tuesday, March 12), meaning she posted about being in New York all the way across the ocean in London.

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Needless to say, Lilo was tardy from school yesterday.

Update — May 13, 13:40 p.m. ET:

TMZ reports that Lilo did in fact make it into school today. She was a little tardy, arriving 2 hours after she was expected (90 minutes after the kids arrived) through the center’s back entrance so as to avoid the awaiting media. Today she’ll knock off 8 hours, leaving her with 107 more to go.

Administrators reportedly expect her to arrive earlier starting on Thursday.