below minimum and the spot cannot be filled; no refund will be given.

• Refunds After Start of Program;

Refund requests received after the second meeting of the program will not receive a refund with the exception of a written medical excuse prior to completion of the program. Fees will be pro-rated starting with the day the refund form is received in the Park District office. A $5 service charge and program supply costs will be deducted from the amount of refund for each program, including medical reasons. Medical excuses will result in a pro-rated refund based upon the number of classes held prior to the date listed on the physician’s excuse. If program falls below the minimum required and the spot cannot be filled, no refund will be given.

• One-day Program Refunds: (with the exception of Klub Fun)

– All refunds will be issued in the form of a check when a refund application is approved before the class starts. Checks are processed by the Batavia Park District front office bi-monthly and sent via mail.

– All refunds applied for are subject to a $5 service charge. Instances where fees are $10 or less, the service charge will be based on 10%.

– Kids’ Club, Klub Fun, Enrichment Program, New Horizons and Kamp Kaleidoscope participants are subject to different terms of refund and withdrawal policy. See parents’ manuals or description for more information.

– Please allow two weeks to receive refunds. Refunds will be applied to any outstanding balance owed on any programs or activities.

COVID-19 Disclaimer If participants begin to show symptoms during a class, staff will isolate the participant. If the participant is a child, parents will be called for immediate pick up. The participant cannot return to class until they have written clearance from a Doctor. The participant must have no fever for 72 hours and 10 days have passed from the first symptom (unless cleared from Doctor).

CODE OF CONDUCTThe Batavia Park District is committed to providing a safe and enjoyable environment for participants in recreation programs. Participants are expected to adhere to fair and safe conduct guidelines. These guidelines apply to the safety of participants, the general public, employees, and volunteers of the Batavia Park District.

A safe environment is where participants, staff, volunteers and the general public are free from physical harm. It is anticipated that some participants may require assistance to participate in the recreation program. This assistance may include accommodations, which will assist participants with unusual behaviors in order to maintain a safe environment for all.

The following actions are prohibited at Batavia Park District facilities and parks:

Please help us control the spread of illness by staying home when you are feeling ill. If a participant does come down with symptoms please call Brittany Meyer, Director of Community Recreation at 630- 389-2060 immediately so we can follow protocol.

Face masks must be worn correctly while during all inside activities as well as outside when social distancing cannot be accommodated.

Inclement Weather Policy If there is inclement weather, participants should call the Park District sports hotline at 630-761-8325 for program status. Please call after 8:30 am during the week for morning or early afternoon programs; and after 4:00 pm during the week for evening events. For weekend programs, call after 8:30 am. For All Star Sports programs please call 630-584-2961.The umpires or instructors decide the status of play after program starts. They will base their decisions on the field conditions and the likelihood of rain or thunder.

Non-Resident Fee Policy The Batavia Park District residents make a significant contribution to the operation of the Park District via property taxes. The boundaries were established with the formation of the Park District in 1969. A copy of a map showing the Park District boundaries is printed in the brochure and available at the Park District office. Persons living outside the park district boundaries may be required to pay an additional fee to register for programs.

Electronic Signature Readers: Electronic signature readers have been installed, which will eliminate the need for you to complete a paper form every time you register. The electronic reader will capture your signature and confirm that you’ve agreed to the liability waiver and release of all claims. Signatures will stay on file for 12 months, and after that time you will simply stop in to sign the waiver again. If you are a regular phone-in customer, we will need to capture your signature in person in order for you to do subsequent registrations by phone. Online registration will not be affected by this new procedure.

• Hitting, kicking or throwing objects. • Inappropriate sexual touching. • Creating a risk of contagion or illness, whether intentional or not.

• Bringing a weapon to a program or activity or acting in a manner which exposes the participant or others to danger. • Extreme verbal abuse • Fighting • Any other unacceptable behavior including inappropriate dress.

Any violation of these guidelines may result in: removal of the participant from the activity for a short period of time, removing the participant from the activity for the remainder of the day, suspending participant for the next program meeting, and suspending participant for the remainder of the program season. Fall 2020 org .............................................................................................................................................. all 2020 ▼ 83 83

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