Master Chess 2021 Online Summer Camp Waiver

-Children maintaining the highest standard of conduct is required at all times. Using profanity, disparaging dialogues, physical violence or threats during participation in Master Chess Camp is strictly prohibited. Camp rules and instructions of Master Chess Camp counsellors and staff must be followed at all times.

-The directors reserve the right, at their discretion, to withdraw any camper whose influence or actions are deemed unsatisfactory, dangerous or incompatible to the Camp community or who will not live within the rules and policies of the Camp.

-By accepting this Terms and Conditions, parent confirms his/her acceptance that his/her child may be pictured/photographed and that such material can be used by Master Chess Camp and/or Master Chess Camp’s business partners for promotion or marketing.

-Phones should not be used during class times, apart from any use for camp activities.

-Master Chess Camp is exempt from the liability for loss of personal belongings of students, parents and their accompanied children who are not Master Chess students, and for personal injury caused by students at non-instructional time. The injured party agrees to waive the liability of Master Chess, its staff members and volunteers.

-While teachers will do all they can to keep students on task and safe during the lessons, due to the nature of online classes teachers cannot take responsibility for kids’ well-being, and a guardian should be in the same residence as the campers at all times.

-Master Chess Camp is permitted to use and store personal information for sending invoices, advertising future camps and related mail/email delivery.

-Campers have to be easily identifiable at all times, for security reasons. If a zoom account is not named corresponding to the names of registered campers, our teachers might be forced to remove this account. Taking someone else’s name for your zoom account is identity theft and will be treated accordingly.

-Any sort of behaviour that might constitute online trolling will be given 2 warnings and then expelled from the zoom chat.

-Campers are highly encouraged to keep their screen cameras on at all times. This not only helps teachers instruct in the best way possible, but also tells teachers if the campers are on-task and staying safe.

-Campers are highly encouraged to review zoom and lichess.org operation before camp starts, making sure they can run both themselves.