Minor Photo Release
Camp Staff and campus Public Relations personnel may occasionally take photographs or videos of camp activities for promotional materials. At check-in, parents/guardians will be asked to sign a photo release form. If you choose not to sign the photo release form, your child’s image (photo) will not be used. The APSU statement reads:
I hereby consent to and authorize Austin Peay State University to use and/or reproduce photographs and/or video (which have been taken of my child in conjunction with this event by an APSU official or agent representing APSU) for reproduction in brochures, booklets, print advertisements and/or on APSU’s Web site that promote APSU or a department, office, program of APSU. The associated negatives/pictures are the property of APSU to be used only as described above. In the event that your child’s likeness is used, there will be no identifying information.
When registering your child for Camp Granada, you will be/were provided a copy of the APSU participation agreement. Registering your child for Camp Granada provides consent of the following:
In addition to the payment of any non-refundable fee, in consideration of my child’s
participation in Camp Granada, on behalf of myself, my family, my heirs and my assigns,
I hereby release and hold harmless the Community School of the Arts, department of
music at Austin Peay State University, its employees and agents, the Tennessee Board
of Regents, and the State of Tennessee from liability for injury, death or property
loss suffered by myself/my child while participating in Camp activities. Activities
include the use of the equipment at Austin Peay State University which has inherent
risks, including but not limited to:
Regular, music classroom activities (singing, listening, playing instruments, movement) Kinesthetic, p.e.-style or summer camp style activities that may involve play-ground balls, floor scooters, running, tagging, related physical activities.
I acknowledge that I understand and appreciate the inherent risks of participating in any program at Austin Peay State University. I know that these risks range from minor scrapes, strains and bruises to significant injuries such as broken bones, eye injury or loss, concussion, paralysis and even death, and may result from myself/my child’s own actions, the actions of others or a combination of both. By the execution of this agreement, I fully assume the inherent risks associated with the facilities, equipment and activities provided through the Community School of the Arts and assert that my child’s participation in them is voluntary. I hereby certify that I have adequate health insurance to cover any injury or damages that I/my child may suffer while participating, or alternatively, agree to bear all costs associated with any such injury or damages to myself/my child.
In the Event of an Emergency
• No medication of any kind (including topical ointments) may be distributed by camp
• Each classroom has access to a basic first-aid kit for minor cuts and scrapes (Bandaids only)
• Camp staff will complete an incident report anytime there is a related medical issue.
• For medical emergencies, staff will immediately contact the Camp Director who will then call 911 and the parent/guardians of campers who were involved.
• Camp Staff will handle minor behavioral issues as needed
• Camp staff will complete an incident report for repeated or major behavioral issues
• Camp staff will Contact the camp director if assistance is needed (especially when a camper’s behavior threatens the physical or emotional safety of staff or other campers)
• If a suspicious person is seen in or around the camp facilities, camp staff will call the camp Director immediately, and will not allow any children to leave the activity area. The Camp Director will then contact University Police.
Weather Related Emergencies
• In the event of a weather-related emergency, Camp Granada will follow the hosting school’s standard procedure. Camp staff will quickly and quietly bring all campers to the pre-designated storm shelter. In the APSU Mass Communications Building, the designated storm shelter is the MMC basement.
• If the building’s fire alarm sounds, camp staff will take their groups to the nearest exit and await further instructions.