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Chorale Trip to Vancouver, British Columbia
RULES AND REGULATIONS – KEEP AT HOME!
We are looking forward to a pleasant trip together! We will be doing loads of singing and sightseeing, so getting plenty of rest prior to and during our trip is highly encouraged, pleasant moods are deeply appreciated, and kindness is absolutely mandatory. Here are a few common sense rules that MUST be followed for the “greater good”: I. You may bring a MP3/CD player (with headphones) – No external speakers, please. Reminder: in the airplane, these and other electronic devices must be off until 10 minutes after take-off and before landing. Seat belts are required to be used in airplanes and on all buses, if equipped. Do not change clothes on the bus unless instructed to do so. Noise must be kept to a minimum for safety reasons. Even if there are restrooms on the bus, you are advised to take advantage of all rest stops on the trip for restroom visits. At stops along the way, NO INDIVIDUAL may leave his/her group. All medicines must be carried by chaperone, in Ziploc labeled TOUR MEDS except inhalers. 10. If you have problems with motion sickness, make sure you have Dramamine or other methods to minimize symptoms. (Motion sickness meds must be listed on Emergency Card and brought in TOUR MEDS Ziploc.) Sit at the front of the bus. Let your chaperone know. 11. Spring in these areas brings high pollen counts; if you are susceptible to allergies, please bring enough medication/antihistamines/decongestants in your TOUR MEDS Ziploc to combat this. These meds must also be listed on the Emergency card. 12. Any other medical needs and/or issues must be reported to your chaperone. 13. Please keep the itinerary with you at all times. 14. Be early for every appointment. STUDENT RULES & RESPONSIBILITIES: It is your responsibility to honor and uphold all decisions of Mr. Huls, whether you agree with the decision or not. Students must remain relatively quiet in the Hotels at all times. The hotels respect “quiet hours” between 10:30 PM and 6:30 AM. ALWAYS be courteous to all other guests, your fellow students and chaperones included. A reasonable curfew and lights out will be established every night. That means students will be in their assigned rooms at the determined time. When we arrive at the hotel: we will remain on the bus until Mr. Huls indicates we can disembark WHEN YOU ARRIVE AT THE HOTEL: with your chaperone, you will READ and REVIEW the instructions on the back of the Hotel Door, showing the nearest and most direct fire escape route. Only room-to-room phone service is available in the rooms; all “pay-per-view” movies have been disconnected. All “bars” have been removed. If any of these services are on, do not use them! You will NOT be allowed to go “downstairs” or out of your room after curfew to use a pay phone. IN CASE OF LIFE- THREATENING EMERGENCY AT THE HOTEL: Call the front desk. (Remember: a “land line” is essential for fastest response.) 10. If you have any concerns during our trip, please communicate with your assigned chaperone or Mr. Huls. We hope students will first try to resolve issues among themselves, but do not hesitate to alert chaperones. 11. Chaperones are responsible for you 24 hours a day. You are responsible for communicating directly with your chaperone. Don’t assume your chaperone knows about your plans. 12. Chaperones will be with students during performances, rehearsals, clinics, as well as shopping and other excursions. When out in smaller groups, they will communicate clear expectations for check-in and establish a meeting spot. Students not complying may be “assigned” to stay with the chaperone for future outings, losing “privileges”. 13. Cell phones may require a special service option for international travel. Please check with your cell phone service provider prior to our trip. CELL PHONE USE: Similar to school rules, cell phones should be OFF during any performances, rehearsals, clinics, etc. We also encourage students to NOT be on their phones calling friends “back home”. This distracts from participating with our group, which is one purpose of this trip. There will be plenty of time to talk to friends. We recognize cell phones are a safety and security feature, but should they begin to interfere with the trip, Mr. Huls and/or Administrators may invoke new rules at any time. Cell phones may be confiscated for periods of time. 14. All baggage should be packed the NIGHT before departure. Really! Also remember that all students are limited to a 22” suitcase & one personal carry on item! We would like to speed up our time at the airport and not have to wait for luggage. In addition, there is a $20 per checked bag fee each way. 15. Plan showers and bathroom times with your roommates in advance to insure punctuality, cleanliness and courtesy. Remember it takes a lot longer to get four people going in the morning. 16. RESPECT the property and privacy of your roommates. 17. Do not bring expensive or sentimental jewelry or belongings: if it is irreplaceable, leave it at home. Things do get misplaced and lost on trips. 18. If anything in the hotel is damaged, you will be held financially liable and will likely lose 19. Boys may not be in girls’ hotel rooms or girls in boys’ hotel rooms unless an adult chaperone 20. And it goes without saying: ALCOHOL AND ANY OTHER DRUGS (and/or being under the influence) are strictly forbidden. Because this is a serious safety issue, this rule will be vigorously enforced: immediate dismissal and return home at your expense. Your parents will be expected to meet you at the airport. RULES FOR TOURS, MUSEUMS, SHOPPING, BREAKFAST, DINNER, ETC. 1. Realize that everything takes a lot longer when a large group is traveling. Be prepared for delays and keep a calm manner (and help others do the same). Bring cards, books, MP3/CD players with earphones to help deal with such events. 2. DO NOT AT ANY TIME leave your group for any reason. Students who “ditch” their group will be dealt with seriously. Your group may be as small as two or three students. You will be expected to check in with a Chaperone during all small group outings. 3. Do not touch anything that you should not touch. 4. Read, learn, enjoy, soak in EVERYTHING. 5. ALWAYS be polite: you are representing Samohi and youth everywhere. 6. Try to avoid carrying wallets in your back pocket; make sure your purse or backpack offers some protection from pickpockets or others who may want to take your stuff. You may wish to use a hanging type of wallet under your clothes. 7. Money, credit cards and ID should be secured and protected in front pockets. 8. Avoid excessive, expensive jewelry. Do not make yourself a target. Be smart. 9. Be frugal with your finances. 10. ALWAYS pay close attention to the stories and directives of our tour guides: thank them 11. When dining, use your manners (You know: use silverware; do not talk with food in your mouth; do not reach across someone to get something; do not make a mess; do not throw food; do not dance on the table unless invited to do so by a local). 12. Be polite and patient with all wait staff. 13. If for some reason you are left behind: STAY CALM and stay where you are: we will retrace our steps after we discover you are missing. Please call the emergency call number you will be given. (Having a calling card is a good idea.) 14. Please dress appropriately for the weather and the venues. Cold, wet, miserable students don’t 1. Please give your utmost attention at ALL clinics. Please speak only if the clinician asks you a direct question. You may learn more in a brief period of time than you ever imagined, so EYES AND EARS should be open wide; mouths should be open only when singing. Be assertive in singing and humble in spirit. 2. Our attitudes should clearly reflect our appreciation and respect. 3. Remember that you are representing not only yourselves, but also your ensemble, the Choral Program, Samohi, and youth everywhere. Be positive ambassadors.
V. SIGNATURES: Sign this copy in ink; return signature page to school in tour packet.

PARENT: I have read and reviewed all the above, reviewing all the student information with my student.
I understand that if my student is to be sent home for a serious infraction, I will be responsible for all
airline costs and must meet the airplane when it arrives at LAX. I understand that the safety of the entire
group is paramount for such events to be planned in the future.
Parent

STUDENT: I have read and reviewed all the above, particularly all the student information. I understand
that consequences for breaking rules may include any of the following: restriction of my freedom (e.g.
having to stay with a chaperone all the time); being sent home at my parents expense for a serious
infraction; consequences after I return to Santa Monica. I understand that the safety of the entire group is
paramount for such trips and my behavior on this trip may affect opportunities of groups to travel in the
future.
Student Signature:



VI. SIGNATURES: Sign in ink; keep Rules and regulations, along with this signature page at
home! Students will get a final copy of Rules and Regulations along with their final itinerary.

PARENT: I have read and reviewed all the above, reviewing all the student information with my student.
I understand that if my student is to be sent home for a serious infraction, I will be responsible for all
airline costs and must meet the airplane when it arrives at LAX. I understand that the safety of the entire
group is paramount for such events to be planned in the future.
Parent

STUDENT: I have read and reviewed all the above, particularly all the student information. I understand
that consequences for breaking rules may include any of the following: restriction of my freedom (e.g.
having to stay with a chaperone all the time); being sent home at my parents expense for a serious
infraction; consequences after I return to Santa Monica. I understand that the safety of the entire group is
paramount for such trips and my behavior on this trip may affect opportunities of groups to travel in the
future.
Student Signature:

Source: http://www.samohichoir.org/uploads/4._Student_Rules_and_Regulations.pdf

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