Limitation on Liability:
It is agreed that AviationEd, Inc.’s liability for an injury to your child(ten), whether in contract, in tort, under any warrant, in negligence, or otherwise, shall not exceed the return of the amount of the purchase price paid, and under no circumstances shall AviationEd, Inc. be liable for special, indirect, or consequential damages. The price stated for the program is a consideration in limiting AviationEd, Inc’s liability.
- AviationEd, Inc. reserves the right to cancel a class or camp due to insufficient enrollment.
- AviationEd, Inc. will issue a full refund when a class or program is cancelled by AviationEd, Inc.
- We reserve the right to cancel an event for weather conditions that we believe pose a danger to our employees and our clients. In this case, we will offer a make up session or provide you with a refund for the missed event.
Make Up/Missed Class Policy:
- No partial refunds or make-ups for missed classes (i.e. routine illness, vacation, or other personal schedule conflict). If the school is cancelled due to weather or other events, best efforts will be made to reschedule classes, but rescheduling may not always be possible.
Class and Camp Refunds purchased directly to AviationEd is as follows:
- Requests made 30 days until the session start date receive 100% refund.
- Requests made 15-30 days until the session start date receive 50% refund.
- Requests 2 weeks prior to start of session receive no refund.
- Payment must be made in full to hold and book your party.
- Cancellation requests received 24 hours from time of booking will receive 100% refund.
- Cancellation requests received 21 or more days prior to the party date receive 50% refund.
- Reschedule requests 21 or more days prior to the party receive full refund – $50 fee will be charged.
- Cancel or reschedule requests within 21 days of the party date receive no refunds.
- Travel outside of a 30 mile radius from 20108, will result in a $3.00/mile travel surcharge for each mile beyond 30 miles.
To ensure the safety and enjoyment of all students, the following behavior code of conduct will be used as a guideline for AviationEd participants
- will show respect to fellow students and staff
- will follow direction from staff
- will show respect to equipment, supplies, and facilities
- will not use inappropriate, abusive, or foul language
- will not show any aggressive behavior (hitting, punching, slapping, kicking, biting, etc.)
- will not show continuous disruptive behavior
- will follow all established rules and regulations
Behavioral incidents that involve non-compliance with the guidelines will be documented by staff. If necessary, AviationEd supervisors, parents/guardians will be notified. Continued infraction of the rules will be noted on incident forms and may result in suspension and possible discharge from the program.
Photographs, videos, or likeness of your child will be property of AvationEd, Inc. If you wish to decline, you shall notify management.
Each day campers can expect to participate in a hands-on project, flight simulation experience, as well as team building activities, and presentations/demonstrations by guest speakers.
Arrival/PickupCamp staff is available for student supervision during designated camp hours. Doors will open at 7:50 a.m. each day and camp will begin promptly at 8:00 a.m. Student pick-up is at 12:00 p.m. and all students must be picked up on time. Should additional staff time be required to supervise campers, a late fee of $1 per minute will be due at time of student pickup.
If your camper will be late in arriving or picked up early from camp for any reason please provide a written note or call the Camp Director.
Campers under 12 years old must be signed in and out by a designated guardian (with photo ID) each day. Campers 12 years and older may sign themselves in and out accompanied with written authorization by parent or guardian in advance. If other adults will be picking up your child, this information must be communicated in writing in advance of pick-up. AviationEd does not assume responsibility for campers arriving early or remaining on site outside of established beginning and ending times for any program.
Campers are encouraged to wear comfortable clothing that may get dirty during camp activities. Campers are required to wear closed-toed shoes to ensure their safety while at camp.
We will provide a healthy nut-free snack for campers each day. Campers are encouraged to bring a reusable water bottle. Please inform us of any food allergies or special needs.
To ensure the safety and enjoyment of all campers, the following behavior code of conduct will be used as a guideline for AviationEd Camp participants. Campers: -will show respect to fellow campers and staff -will follow direction from staff -will show respect to equipment, supplies and facilities -will not use inappropriate, abusive, or foul language -will not show any aggressive behavior (hitting, punching, slapping, kicking, biting, etc.) -will not show continuous disruptive behavior -will follow all established rules and regulations
Behavioral incidents that involve non-compliance with the guidelines will be documented by camp staff. If necessary, the Camp Director, parents/guardians will be notified. Continued infraction of the rules will be noted on incident forms and may result in suspension and possible discharge from the program.
Please label all of your camper’s items to prevent loss. No games, toys, sports equipment, expensive jewelry, animals/pets or other valuables should be brought to camp. For the safety of all campers and staff, the possession of illegal substances or weapons will not be tolerated.
Campers should not be brought to camp with an illness that is contagious, or with a fever, diarrhea, vomiting, or unidentifiable rashes. Campers may not return to camp until they are fever and/or diarrhea free for 24 hours. Campers who are not participating normally (show extreme lethargy or fatigue) will be considered ill and the camper’s parent/guardian will be contacted to pick-up their camper. If a camper has a communicable disease, all parents will be notified via letter from the Camp Director that will be handed out at camp.
If your camper takes any kind of medications, please indicate this on the Camper Information and Medical Form which must be signed by a parent/guardian. Medications will not be dispensed without the completed and signed forms.
All medications must be kept in the original containers and specific directions for their use described on the forms. Medication should be given to the Camp Director only. The Camp Director will supervise the distribution of any medication that must be taken during the camp day.