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Homeschool Glow Party 2020

All homeschooled teenagers in the Southern Illinois area ages 13 to 19 are invited to the 2020 Homeschool Glow Party on February 7, 2020! 

Location:   First United Methodist Church
                  208 W Main St, Marion, IL 62959

Time:         6:30 p.m. - 9:30 p.m.


Cost:          Tickets are $10 per person + processing fee ($0.57)
                  OR you can choose to mail a check to: Deanna Deiters, 12338 RT 37, Marion, IL 62959

 

 

Homeschool Glow Party

Policies and Code of Conduct

 

Eligibility

Attendees must be:

  • At least 13 years old as of February 7, 2020 and not older than 19 years old as of February 7, 2020.
  • Homeschooled student or an invited date or guest by a homeschooling family
  • Local to the Southern Illinois area. 

 

Dress Code

The Homeschool Glow Party attire is casual. Modesty should be considered. Some things not allowed: tank tops, plunging necklines and cleavage, bare midriffs, or skirts or slits shorter than 2” above the knee.

Chaperones

All chaperones are volunteers and must be a parent of an attendee at the party. Chaperones will be limited and approved before the night of the party. All other parents and guests will need to wait outside the party area until the party is over or the attendee exits the party.

Code of Conduct

Both the attendee and parent must read, agree to, and acknowledge their understanding of the following code of conduct. 

Bathroom Policies

All attendees will use the bathroom of their biological gender.

Public Displays of Affection

Couples at the party will be of the opposite sex. Holding hands is the only display of affection allowed. All displays of affection on and off the dancefloor are not permitted. 

Dancing

All closed position couples dancing will be two partyrs of the opposite sex.  Any inappropriate dancing (overly sexual motions, etc) will be stopped by a chaperone. Chaperones will use their judgement to determine if dancing is appropriate or not. If the attendee refuses to stop dancing inappropriately, he/she will have their parent called and be removed from the party.

After the Party

All female attendees will be escorted to their car or parent in the parking lot. This is for their safety. If any attendee can stay to help clean up after the party is over, then he/she may do so and will be appreciated (but not required).

Facility Use

Attendees will respect the property, grounds, etc. Parents will be financially responsible for damage to the property, or grounds, whether accidental or intentional, caused by their attendee. Attendees are expected to respect restricted areas in the building and on the property.

Behavior

Attendees are not to run or have disruptive behavior.

Alcoholic Beverages are prohibited. If a chaperone suspects that the attendee has ingested alcoholic beverages before the party, then the attendee will be questioned and possibly removed from the party.

Attendees will conduct themselves in a mature, responsible, and respectful manner throughout the night. Behavior that could physically or emotionally harm another attendee or a chaperone will not be tolerated.

Parent Availability 

In the event that the attendee becomes ill or is asked to leave because he or she is unable or unwilling to participate in the activities, a parent will be available to come to the venue immediately to take the attendee home. Attendees over the age of 18 who are able to drive themselves home will be permitted to do so, if they are asked to leave the party. Organizers cannot be responsible to care for a non-participant until the party is over.

Prohibited Items 

Personal electronic musical devices, electronic games, any and all weapons, tobacco products (including vaping), alcohol or drugs are prohibited.

Re-entry 

Once the party has begun, attendees will refrain from leaving the party site. If there is a unique situation that the attendee would need to exit the building temporarily, he/she would need the permission of a chaperone and be supervised.

Ability to Comply 

Parents declare that their attendee is not subject to any medical, mental or emotional condition or disability or legal issue which would affect his/her ability to agree to and comply with the code of conduct. If parent cannot declare this and would still like their attendee to attend the party, please contact the organizers of the party to discuss if this could be possible.

Breach of Contract 

Any failure to abide by this code of conduct, whether witnessed by an adult or reported by a fellow attendee, may result in a attendee being asked to leave the party. This is considered a breach of contract and an adult will lead the attendee to a private area away from the event to await his/her parent(s) to pick him/her up.

Liability

To the maximum extent permitted by applicable law, in no event will the parent volunteers or other volunteers (collectively the “organizers”) who are assisting with the Homeschool Glow Pary of 2020, be liable for any special, incidental, indirect, exemplary or consequential damages of any type including but not limited to, physical injuries to an attendee, mental injury to an attendee, financial losses of an attendee, or other claims, whether arising in tort (including negligence), contract or any other legal theory, even if the organizers have been advised of the possibility of such damages.

 

 

Feb,2020

07

Fri

6:30 PM

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