I hope the start of your school year has been great. I enjoyed watching the PHSMB’s performance last Friday and am impressed with how far you’ve come so far. I’m beyond ANXIOUS to get back to work next week and I’m looking forward to seeing all of you.
With our first payment date looming on the horizon, we have a few items that need to be handled on your end as soon as possible.
First and foremost, is the Disney Covid Waiver. In order for us to purchase passes for you, each participant (including adults who will be traveling with us) must complete the Disney Covid Waiver. Students who will be 17 and under should use the “Minor Waiver” and students who will be 18 and over should use the “Adult Waiver”. Basically, these state that you won’t hold Disney responsible if you were to contract Covid 19 while in the parks. Please be advised that these waivers must be completed no later than September 10th. If the waiver is not completed by September 10th, we will be unable to take you with us to Florida.
Please click here to access the MINOR WAIVER
Please click here to access the ADULT WAIVER
• I’ve received several questions regarding the purchase of trip insurance. Please be aware that neither I, nor our tour company, can push a certain company for trip insurance. The one I provided to you was just an example. Trip insurance is NOT required, but I do highly recommend it due to Covid. There are dozens (or more) companies that offer trip insurance, and the policies vary widely. I encourage you to search the internet and contact a few companies to see what will work best for your personal situation. During these uncertain times, I HIGHLY suggest looking into trip insurance. If a student were to become ill prior to leaving, or for any other reason is unable to travel, trip insurance will help to protect your investment on non-refundable items.
• Due to the nature of this trip during Covid, please be aware that we can’t add students to this trip after September 15th. It is imperative that your payment and registration is made on time. Since we have to reserve our days in the parks well in advance, if you aren’t signed up by September 15, you will be unable to go.
• Disney’s current policy is that masks must be worn indoors on Disney property, but are not required when outdoors. When planning/packing, please be sure to include masks on your list.
• If you have any questions regarding the trip, please don’t hesitate to email me at email@example.com We are going to make sure this is a safe and enjoyable trip for our students.
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