... to participate with other youth and adults from Crossroads Community Church on any and all events or trips that will occur from Jan. 2022- to Jan. 2023. In the unlikely event of an emergency, I give my permission for my student to be treated by an accredited physician in an approved emergency clinic or hospital. I designate the adult leaders for the group with the authority to act on my behalf and order appropriate treatment. I further release from any liability Crossroads Community Church and its leaders, in the events of any accident en route during and returning from these events. I expect to be contacted as soon as possible.
Please Read: Covid 19 Safety Protocols and Policies *subject to change
Questions asked before attending in-person events:
1. Does or has your household had a confirmed case of Covid-19?
2. Have you been outside of Canada within the last 14 days?
3. Do you have any cold or flu-like symptoms like a cough or fever?
No leader or student shall attend if they answer yes to any of these questions. Note: Proven and normal seasonal allergy symptoms where the individual does not exhibit other COVID-19 symptoms are free to attend. It is recommended that the participant with allergy symptoms where a non-medical mask as a precaution.
Everyone must maintain physical distancing, staying 2 meters (6 ft) apart at all times.
In the event that a student/s breaks physical distancing protocol, parents are to be called and the individual/s are to be isolated until pick-up. If it is multiple occurrences, the gathering is to conclude and parents called.
Participants can bring their own food/required supplies. This includes blankets, snacks, drinks and any PPE that is required. If food is provided, it will be individually packaged and distributed by a person wearing a mask and gloves.
Attendance must be recorded.
Hand sanitizer and other cleaning supplies will be supplied at event locations.