Terms & Conditions
As missionary disciples with Life Teen Summer Camps, our goal is to help rebuild communities and restore hope to areas through meaningful and productive work projects. Because of how much it affects and rejuvenates our students, the parish of Sts Peter and Paul heavily subsidizes this trip through Wurstfest Parking. Participants only pay a fraction of the total cost of the trip. We want to make sure to remain good stewards of the resources the communuity provides for us. Please read and understand clearly the following statements.
• Please plan on attending BOTH in-person meetings. These meetings are a vital step in preparing for the trip. These meetings are for information, paperwork, and last minute details.
• Please understand that there are a lot of moving parts to this trip including paperwork and communication with both the diocese of the community we are serving as well as the Lifeteen organization itself. When your student plans to go, please make sure all conflicting dates and avoidable issues have been thought through. Backing out last minute is a disservice to our program, the other students who can no longer be added, and a waste of the time and money of the parish.
• In the event that your second payment has not been made by the time the 3rd payment is due, your spot on the trip will be forfeited to the next person on the waitlist. Again, it is vital that we do not waste the time and money of the destination diocese, Lifeteen, or the community of Sts. Peter and Paul. Our primary concern is ensuring that we fill every spot we purchased for the trip.
• Please write down the absolute last day to drop for a refund (Feb. 27, 2023). If your students drop by this date, we will happily refund the payments you have made up to that point excluding the initial non-refundable deposit.
• A parent and the student attending, must work two shifts at Wurstfest Parking. This HEAVILY subsidizes the total cost of the trip. A link will be sent to the email address we have on file towards the middle of October.
Cell Phone Policy
Cell phones should not be taken on the job sites or to program. Cell phones should remain in sleeping quarters, which are locked during the day.
Teens will have access to their cell phones during free time only.
Teens who use prescription medications will administer those themselves. They should be noted on the medical release forms.
Brenda and Angela will have Tylenol, Advil, and Tums. Please let her know if your son or daughter cannot have one or all of these. Drug allergies should also be listed on the medical release forms.
These terms are imperative to the success of this trip! We want our students and parents to feel prepared and excited for such a wonderful experience.
Thank you for understanding.