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2020 Snowsports/ Evergreen

 

HCMS Winter Sports Program


Haverhill Cooperative Middle School will again be offering a variety of opportunities for students to participate in winter sports activities. Choices are: Cannon Mountain skiing or snowboarding. The programs will run on six  Fridays, beginning on January 3, 2020.  Students participating in the program will arrive at the site around 9:15.  The students would then return to the school in time for regular dismissal.


Cost of Participation


Downhill Skiing or Snowboarding at Cannon
  • Program only - $ 104
  • Program with rentals - $152
  • Helmet rental - $ 18
Please make checks payable to HCMS. Payment is due no later than December 18th.

Eligibility

Students will be allowed to miss school each Friday to attend their selected program only if they are in good standing academically and behaviorally.  In order to be able to register for any of the programs, students must be passing all of their classes as of the end of school on December 17, 2019.  The Program dates are 1/3, 1/10, 1/17, 1/24, 1/31 and 2/7. Once the program begins, grades and behavior will be reviewed on a weekly basis.  If a student has an IWS or a 1 for a competency score, has been suspended in or out of school, or has been referred to the office more than once during the week, that student will not be permitted to go. Serious behavior issues (at school or at the locations) may at the discretion of the administration, exclude students from participation.  Please be careful to review these expectations with your child before making the financial commitment to participate.


Behavior Expectations

Any of the facilities or the school may dismiss a student from a program for inappropriate behavior.  A student may be dismissed from a program for the following behaviors:

1.  Repeated refusal to follow the directions of the adults in charge.

2.  Dangerous behavior, including the use of runs that exceed the student’s ability level.

3.  Theft, vandalism or abuse of the facilities and property belonging to others.

4.  Inappropriate bus behavior.

Students dismissed from any of the programs for inappropriate behaviors will not be entitled to a refund.


Transportation

A bus will be provided for all participants, and the school would prefer that all students take advantage of this bus.  Two buses will take the boarders and skiers to Cannon Mountain. If parents prefer, they may choose to transport their children themselves or arrange for another HCMS parent to drive their children. The registration paperwork includes a form that allows parents to specify their transportation preferences.   Any changes in transportation MUST be made prior to students leaving HCMS by notifying the office. Prior planning is appreciated. No exceptions will be made!


Weather Cancellations

If HCMS is in session and the programs are in operation, the students will be going to their selected program.  This may mean that students will go on days when it is very cold, windy, or wet. Cancellations will be made by the director at each facility on the day of the program and will be based on safety issues.  Make-up sessions will be provided if possible.


Clothing and Equipment

It is the parent’s responsibility to ensure that each student is properly outfitted for the weather.  Proper clothing and equipment help make the experience more enjoyable and safe. The school and each facility may exclude students from participation if they are inappropriately outfitted for the day.


Chaperones

ALL chaperones must be fingerprinted per SAU Board Policy.  Please plan ahead as this takes about 3 weeks.  Parent chaperones are very important to the success of the Snowsports Program and we have been extremely fortunate in the past to have many volunteers.  If you would like to chaperone, please send in the chaperone form attached below along with your child's registration materials.  


Cannon has updated Chaperone Rules, Responsibilities, and Rules which can be found in the Cannon packet. Chaperones are expected to assist in the programs. There is a limited amount of chaperone tickets for each activity. Tickers will be distributed by HCMS staff at locations and are only for those who are actively participating.


If you have any questions, please call or email Ms. Lewis or Mr. Phillips.


  Evergreen  Winter Program


Haverhill Cooperative Middle School will again be offering a variety of opportunities for students to participate in Gymnastics, Rock Climbing or Swimming at Evergreen in Lisbon.  The programs will run on six  Fridays, beginning on January 3, 2020.  Students participating in the program will arrive at the site around 12:15 pm.  The students would then return to the school in time for regular dismissal.

Cost of Participation

Choice of :


Rock Climbing, Swimming or Gymnastics--$90.00/6 weeks

(Students may choose only 1 activity for each week)


Please make checks payable to HCMS. Payment is due no later than December 18th.

All release forms are attached below.

NC3 Visitor Agreement is for Rock Climbing
Evergreen Waiver is for Gymnastics and Swimming

Eligibility

Students will be allowed to miss school each Friday to attend their selected program only if they are in good standing academically and behaviorally.  In order to be able to register for any of the programs, students must be passing all of their classes as of the end of school on December 17, 2019.  The Program dates are 1/3, 1/10, 1/17, 1/24, 1/31 and 2/7. Once the program begins, grades and behavior will be reviewed on a weekly basis.  If a student has an IWS or a 1 for a competency score, has been suspended in or out of school, or has been referred to the office more than once during the week, that student will not be permitted to go. Serious behavior issues (at school or at the locations) may at the discretion of the administration, exclude students from participation.  Please be careful to review these expectations with your child before making the financial commitment to participate.



Behavior Expectations

Any of the facilities or the school may dismiss a student from a program for inappropriate behavior.  A student may be dismissed from a program for the following behaviors:

1.  Repeated refusal to follow the directions of the adults in charge.

2.  Dangerous behavior, including the use of equipment that exceeds the student’s ability level.

3.  Theft, vandalism or abuse of the facilities and property belonging to others.

4.  Inappropriate bus behavior.

Students dismissed from any of the programs for inappropriate behaviors will not be entitled to a refund.



Chaperones

ALL chaperones must be fingerprinted per SAU Board Policy.  Please plan ahead as this takes about 3 weeks.



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Erin Newton,
Nov 20, 2019, 10:54 AM
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Erin Newton,
Nov 20, 2019, 10:55 AM
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Robert Phillips,
Nov 18, 2019, 6:42 AM
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Robert Phillips,
Nov 18, 2019, 6:39 AM
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Robert Phillips,
Nov 18, 2019, 6:39 AM
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Robert Phillips,
Nov 18, 2019, 6:38 AM
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