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AHSEP Enrollment Summer 2021

June 21 - July 30, 2021

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PLEASE NOTE THAT ALL AHSEP SESSIONS HAVE LIMITED CAPACITY AND ENROLLMENTS ARE GRANTED IN THE ORDER THAT COMPLETED FORMS AND PAYMENT ARE RECEIVED.  IF A SESSION YOU DESIRE IS AT FULL CAPACITY, IT WILL NOT BE SHOWN AS AN OPTION UNDER "Event Fees" BELOW ON THIS REGISTRATION FORM.  IF YOU WISH TO BE PUT ON A WAITLIST FOR A SESSION THAT IS NO LONGER AVAILABLE, PLEASE EMAIL ahsep01@gmail.com WITH A REQUEST AND THE SPECIFIC SESSION FOR WHICH YOU WISH TO BE WAITLISTED.  WAITLIST PRIORITY WILL BE BASED ON THE ORDER IN WHICH SUCH EMAILED REQUESTS ARE RECEIVED.

REFUND POLICY:  Any cancellations of registration prior to the start of a session will result in only a partial refund of payments received, less 10% for processing and other fees that AHSEP incurs for utilizing the Regatta Networks registration tool. This includes cancellations by the registrant or cancellations required to be made by AHSEP for any cause, including but not limited to, facility related limitations, pandemic shut down orders or other unforeseen circumstances or forces of nature.  Also, if registered and after a session has started, we will not refund for individually missed classes. On ‘No Sail Days’ where conditions are not conducive to sailing because of unfavorable weather, no wind, etc. the instructors will organize appropriate on-water, virtual or on-land activities with proper social distancing and sanitation measures taken into account.  If the weather forecasts suggest heavy rains/winds that would prevent safe sailing or other on land activities and require the sailors to meet in close proximity under covered structures, ASHEP will send a notice out to cancel or delay a class. If we are able to make this call prior to class starting, we will ask that the sailors do not show up at all or until a certain time.  Similarly, if weather conditions unexpectedly deteriorate after a session has started, we will notify all parents/guardians requesting them to immediately pick up their sailor(s).  

PLEASE READ THE DESCRIPTIONS BELOW AND/OR VISIT THE AHSEP WEBSITE HOMEPAGE at www.ahsep.org TO DETERMINE THE CORRECT LEVEL UNDER WHICH TO REGISTER YOUR SAILOR.

 NOVICE:  The novice program is an introduction to sailing for children aged 8-15.  Students learn sailing basics including sailing safety, boat nomenclature, rigging, points of sail and related sail trim, basic sailing knots, capsize recovery, and teamwork.  Students who have never sailed before or have only limited experience of participating in one prior ASHEP course, should register as Novice.

INTERMEDIATE:   The intermediate program focuses on sailing skill improvement for children aged 8-17 years.  Students learn more advanced sailing skills including crew responsibilities and teamwork, crew position and boat balance; sail trim and shape, building boat speed, enhancing boat performance on various points of sail, and introduction to racing.  Students who have completed multiple AHSEP courses and are comfortable sailing solo and competing in sailboat racing should register as Intermediate.

ADVANCED:  The advanced program focuses on racing and boat handling skills.  This program is for graduates of the intermediate program and provides on-the-water coaching to improve sailing and racing skills.  Students who are comfortable sailing and competing solo and confident sailing in heavier wind conditions should register as Advanced.

Parents should also note that children must be comfortable with water activities and pass a swim test on the first day of class.

 

For class, each student should come dressed appropriately for the weather, assuming they will get wet. Each student must bring, to every class:

· USCG approved Type II or Type III Lifejacket (Sized for your child)

· Refillable Water Bottle (Students can refill their water bottle through our on site filtration system).

· Boat Shoes, Water Shoes, or Sneakers Mandatory (No sandals, ”Teva’s”,” flip-flops”, or other open toed shoes that may fall off or risk foot injury.)

- Face covering/buff/mask:  This summer we will be requiring the sailors and instructors to wear a face covering while on land where they cannot maintain proper social distancing.  Wearing a mask on the water when sailing solo and maintaining social distancing will be optional and parents/guardians are asked to instruct and employ whatever practices they are comfortable with for their particular sailor.  We ask that, whatever face covering you use that it is uniquely identifiable by the sailor and kept on the sailor at all times so as to minimize the risk of children mistakenly wearing someone else's mask.  Similarly, we ask that the masks not be paper masks, as there is a likelihood that a mask may get wet and we believe paper masks will deteriorate in such a scenario.

Recommended Items to Increase Comfort:

· Sunblock

· Towel

· Hat with visor

· Sunglasses

· Jacket for cool days (It sometimes can be cooler on the water than at your house.)

-Gloves

Questions about the programs can be directed to: ahsep01@gmail.com. Please note that AHSEP is a non-profit organization managed by an all-volunteer parent committee.  We will respond as soon as we can. Keep an eye on your email for information about special events and announcements – and follow us on Facebook and Instagram!

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PARENTAL AND/OR LEGAL GUARDIAN CONSENT, WAIVER AND RELEASE (to be completed by Registrant's parent or legal guardian) IN CONSIDERATION of my child or ward being given the opportunity to participate in any way in the Atlantic Highlands Sailing Education Program, as well as my participation in same, I, for myself, my child, my personal representatives, assigns, heirs, and next of kin: 1. ACKNOWLEDGE, agree, and represent that I understand the nature of Sailing Activities, both on the water and land-based and that my child or ward is qualified, in good health, and has the physical ability, flexibility, endurance, strength and agility to execute the skills required for the sport of sailing (including hiking, tacking, gybing, un-capsizing and hauling boats to and from the water) (hereinafter “Sailing Activities”, “Activities” or “Activity”). I FURTHER WARRANT that my child or ward has basic swimming skills. 2. FULLY UNDERSTAND that: (a) SAILING ACTIVITIES INVOLVE RISKS AND DANGERS of serious bodily injury, including permanent disability, paralysis, and death ("risks"); (b) these risks may be caused by my child or ward's own actions, or inactions, the actions of others participating in the Activity, the condition in which the Activity takes place, or the negligence of the "releasees" named below; (c) there may be other risks and social and economic losses either not known to me or not foreseeable at this time; and I FULLY ACCEPT AND ASSUME ALL SUCH RISKS AND ALL RESPONSIBILITY FOR LOSSES, COSTS, AND DAMAGES that I, my child or ward incur as a result of my child or ward's participation in any Activity. 3. AGREE AND WARRANT that I will examine and inspect each Activity in which I, my child, or ward take part and that, if I observe any condition which I consider to be unacceptably hazardous or dangerous, I will notify the proper authority in charge of the Activity and will refuse that I, my child or ward to take part in the Activity until the condition has been corrected to my satisfaction. 4. HEREBY RELEASE, discharge, and covenant not to sue the Atlantic Highlands Sailing Education Program, their administrators, directors, agents, officers, volunteers, members, boat-owners and employees, other participants, any sponsors, advertisers, and, if applicable, owners and lessors of premises on which the Activity takes place (each considered one of the releasees herein) from all liability, claims, demands, losses, or damages on my account caused or alleged to be caused in whole or in part by the negligence of the releasees or otherwise, including negligent rescue operations; and I further agree that if, despite this release and waiver of liability, assumption of risk, and indemnity agreement, I, or anyone on my behalf, makes a claim against any of the releasees, I WILL INDEMNIFY, SAVE, AND HOLD HARMLESS each of the releasees from any litigation expenses, attorney fees, loss liability, damage, or cost which may incur as a the result of such a claim. I have read this agreement, fully understand its terms, and understand that I have given up substantial rights by agreeing to it. I have agreed to it freely and without any induction or assurance of any nature and intend it to be a complete and unconditional release of all liability to the greatest extent allowed by law and agree that if any portion of this agreement is held to be invalid, the balance, notwithstanding, shall continue in full force. I, the minor's parent and/or legal guardian, understand the nature of sailing activities and the minor's experience and capabilities and believe the minor to be qualified to participate in such activity. I hereby release, discharge, covenant not to sue, and AGREE TO INDEMNIFY AND SAVE AND HOLD HARMLESS each of the releasees from all liability, claims, demands, losses, or damages on the minor's account caused or alleged to be caused in whole or in part by the negligence of the releasees or otherwise, including negligent rescue operations, and further agree that if, despite this release, I, the minor, or anyone on the minor's behalf makes a claim against any of the above releasees, I WILL INDEMNIFY, SAVE, AND HOLD HARMLESS, each of the releasees from any litigation expenses, attorney fees, loss liability, damage, or cost that may incur as the result of any such claim. I hereby authorize and consent to any x-ray examination, anesthetic, medical or surgical diagnosis or procedure rendered under the general or specific supervision of any member of the medical staff or of a dentist licensed under the provisions of the Education Law and/or Public Health Law of the State of New Jersey and on the staff of any hospital holding a current operating certificate issued by the Department of Health of the State of New Jersey. It is understood that this authorization is given in advance of any specific diagnosis, treatment or hospital care being required but is given to provide authority and power to render care which the aforementioned physician in the exercise of his/her best judgment may deem advisable. It is understood that effort shall be made to contact the above people prior to rendering treatment to the patient, but that any of the above treatment will not be withheld if any of these people cannot be reached. I further understand that, in order to promote AHSEP and junior sailing, AHSEP may use student pictures and/or names on its website, social media pages or in press releases and I consent to use of such images of my child or ward insomuch as said representations reflect the performance of normal sailing and camp activities.

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