Traveling Players Ensemble

Winter Class Terms & Conditions

WINTER CLASS TERMS & CONDITIONS

DEFINITION OF “TPE”: In this document, “TPE” means Traveling Players Ensemble, Inc, its officers, directors, employees and agents, including full and part-time staff and faculty and volunteers.

As the parent/guardian of the applicant, I understand and acknowledge that there are certain risks and hazards associated with the activities and/or associated with travel to and from the location of the activities of TPE. In consideration of the applicant’s being allowed to participate in Traveling Players Ensemble programs, I do hereby voluntarily assume all risk of accident, injury and/or loss of life due to ordinary negligence and waive, release and relinquish any and all claims for liability and cause(s) of action, including defense costs and attorney’s fees, which may arise out of his/her participation, and thereby release and discharge TPE from any and all claims to damage or liability to person or property, demands, and action.
In the event of illness or injury, I do hereby authorize the TPE staff members to administer first aid, obtain assistance from doctors and/or nurses for medical, surgical or any other appropriate treatment for my child. I understand that TPE and its staff cannot assume responsibility for medical expenses incurred as a result of my child’s participation in educational programs.
ATTENDANCE POLICY
Student attendance is essential to the success of the class. Students who miss more than two (2) classes without the instructor’s advance permission will be asked to withdraw from the class. No refund will be offered in this case.
GENERAL EXPECTATIONS AND STANDARDS
Traveling Players Ensemble, Inc. will dismiss any student who exhibits behavior that, in our sole discretion, is unsafe or disrupts or distracts from the educational mission of the program. The following are absolutely not permitted by participants in Traveling Players Ensemble programs: (1) harassment, (2) sexual intimacy, (3) theft or misuse of property, (4) the use and/or possession of illegal drugs and/or alcohol, and (5) the use of any tobacco products. Violations lead to dismissal and tuition is not refunded.
EQUAL OPPORTUNITY
Traveling Players Ensemble, Inc. does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, creed, sexual orientation, national origin, age, or disability in the administration of its admissions or employment policies. Unfortunately, if Traveling Players Ensemble reasonably determines that a disability or condition could lead to an inappropriate level of danger to the individual or others, based upon a particular activity, then that person may be ineligible for that particular activity or program but would not be excluded from other opportunities offered by Traveling Players Ensemble. If you have concerns about whether the program is appropriate for your child, then please call the office at (703)987-1712. Traveling Players Ensemble’s programs can be physically, emotionally, and intellectually demanding.
PHOTO RELEASE
I hereby allow Traveling Players Ensemble, Inc. to use images of myself or my child, whether on film, video, electronic media or other format, for publicity, marketing or any other purpose which Traveling Players Ensemble deems appropriate.
WITHDRAWALS/DISMISSALS
A participant, who withdraws after registering, but before classes begin, may receive a tuition refund minus a 15% administration fee. Refunds requested after the first or second class will be subject to the same 15% administration fee plus pro-rated costs. No refunds are available by the third class. Tuition will not be refunded if dismissal results from violation of general expectations and standards (see above).
CANCELLATION POLICY
If minimum enrollment is not achieved in any Traveling Players Ensemble program, then the program will be cancelled and full tuition will be reimbursed. Classes cancelled due to inclement weather will not be rescheduled, nor will they be refunded.
CHANGES
Traveling Players Ensemble reserves the right to change the details of the program as necessary in order to maintain high artistic and safety standards.