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・Backpack・Lunch・Snacks・Water bottle・Weather appropriate attire – layers are encouraged・Comfortable footwear – we will be doing a considerable amount of walking everyday
If driving, enter Washington Park at E. Kentucky Ave. and S. Franklin St.
Participants may be dropped off as early as 8:30 AM. We typically depart right around 9:30 AM. If it looks like you’ll be arriving any later please give us a call.
* Some trips may call for an earlier drop off - details will always be included in the trip description listed at the point of registration and in a reminder email prior to the field trip.
Participants will only be released to persons listed as Emergency and Release Contacts. Anyone not listed as such may pick up Participants only when prior written consent has been provided by the parent or legal guardian and when a state issued ID is shown by that person. Please notify person picking up of this policy.
* Some trips may call for different drop off times - details will always be included in the trip description listed at the point of registration and in the reminder email.
A trip credit may be issued for any reason with at least 24 hours notice.
You will be asked to pick up your Participant if they exhibit any of the following symptoms or have any of the following conditions/diseases. Every effort to keep the Participant comfortable will be made but they will be excluded from activities for the protection of other Participants.
・Any symptom which inhibits their participation in activities・Fever (above 100°F under the arm, above 101°F in the mouth, about 102°F in the ear)・Diarrhea・Vomiting・Mouth sores caused by drooling・Rash with fever, unless a physician has determined, and stated in writing, that it is not a communicable disease・Pink or red conjunctiva with white or yellow eye discharge, until on antibiotics for 24 hours・Impetigo, until 24 hours of treatment・Strep throat, until 24 hours after treatment・Head lice, until 24 hours after treatment・Scabies, until 24 hours after treatment・Chickenpox, until all lesions have dried and crusted・Whooping cough, until 5 days of antibiotics・Hepatitis A virus, until 1 week after immune globulin has been administered
・The Participant's physician signs a note stating that the Participant's condition is not contagious
・The involved areas can be covered by a bandage without seepage or drainage through the bandage
Participants who have been ill may attend a tour when:
・They have been free of fever, vomiting and diarrhea for 24 hours・They have been treated with an antibiotic for 24 hours・They are able to participate comfortably in all activities・They are free of open, oozing skin conditions and drooling・If a Participant had a reportable communicable disease, a physician’s note stating that the Participant is no longer contagious is required.
・Prescription medications require a written note with the Participant's name, dosage, frequency, and time that medication is to be administered and the name and phone number of the primary physician. All medications must be in the original container.・Non-prescription medications require a note signed by a legal guardian. Non-prescription medication should not be administered for more than a 3 day period unless a written order by the physician is received.
Again, if entering information for multiple people please separate by commas and list in corresponding order.