Permission to Participate & Release
I, the undersigned participant/parent/guardian, hereby consent for myself, or child, to participate in the program or programs (the “Program”) offered by Spy Hop Productions, Inc., a Utah non-profit corporation (“Spy Hop”). I also agree to hold Spy Hop and its respective officers, directors, employees, agents, students, teachers, consultants, successors and assigns (the “Spy Hop Parties”) harmless against any liability, loss, or expense incurred or suffered in consequence of any action or actions, suit or suits, in law or equity, which may be brought by any person or persons in connection with, or with reference to, the administration, planning, preparation, development, conduct, and execution of the Program.
Information, Records and Evaluation
I consent to Spy Hop collecting information in order to evaluate its Program, including interviews, observations, surveys, and other class activities and materials. I understand that I, or my child, will complete a confidential survey about his or her attitudes and opinions as part of this evaluation. I understand that the information obtained will be analyzed and that my name, or my child’s name, will be withheld for confidentiality purposes. I understand that this information will be part of a larger evaluation and only the evaluation team and program staff will have access to this confidential information.
I understand that there are some risks inherent in the activities that are included in the Program, but willingly assume these risks in order to allow myself, or my child to participate. If I cannot be reached in the event of an emergency, I give permission for any care or treatment by a physician, surgeon, hospital, nurse, physician’s assistant or medical care facility that may be required.
I fully understand that the Program staff may transport my child in a vehicle to and from various activities and hereby release and hold the Spy Hop Parties harmless against any liability, loss, or expense incurred or suffered in consequence of any action or actions, suit, or suits, in law or equity, which may be brought by any person or persons in connection with, or with reference to, the administration, planning, preparation, development, conduct, and execution of the Spy Hop Program.
Photograph/Videotape/Sound Recording Releases
I, the undersigned, hereby release the Spy Hop Parties from any and all claims, demands or causes of action that I, or my child may now have or may hereafter have for libel, defamation, invasion of privacy, right of publicity, infringement of copyright, or violation of any other right arising out of or relating to production and distribution of, or any failure or omission to use, any footage, portraits, still pictures and other photographic reproductions and sound recordings which my child creates, is involved in, or otherwise participates. I also fully understand that my, or my child’s work may be displayed in the community, submitted to festivals, and other public venues. I also understand and give consent for Program staff to photograph, videotape or make sound recordings of Program youth to advertise the Program or for other purposes. I give permission for Program staff to photograph, videotape or make sound recordings of myself, or my child for public display.
Spy Hop COVID-19 In-Person Policies and Procedures
Spy Hop is a mask optional campus. Our decision is informed by data and the CDC’s recently updated mask guidance.
For our local community level, CDC recommends that individuals:
- Stay up to date with vaccines and boosters
- Get tested when symptomatic
- High-risk individuals discuss mask precautions with their healthcare provider
- Unvaccinated individuals are strongly encouraged to continue wearing a mask
- Indoor masking is not required for vaccinated individuals
Ownership of work produced by students as part of a Spy Hop program goes to the student producer. Much of the work created at Spy Hop will have many producers. In these cases, the ownership of the work will be attributed to all of the students involved.
Spy Hop Equipment Use & Student Responsibility
All students taking any of the courses offered by Spy Hop Productions accept responsibility and acknowledge accountability for any damage, loss, or theft of any or all equipment used for production purposes. Students agree to take responsible care in the handling, transportation, and storage of all equipment in their care. In the event of minor breakage, loss or theft, the student(s) responsible for restitution will be advised by a Spy Hop Production staff member as to the extent of damages. Students may not repair the equipment themselves (or have it repaired) without prior approval from the department in question. All payments and/or replacements must be settled in full before any additional use of equipment or facilities will be authorized to that individual. Students who have been authorized to have the items repaired or replaced must document that the repair or replacement has been undertaken by an approved vendor before any additional use of equipment or facilities by that student will be permitted. When the damage, loss or theft is severe the student will be responsible for restitution. Use of any equipment or facilities will be suspended until restitution or replacement of damaged goods is provided. Individuals are responsible for loss or damage due to negligence, including items left in vehicles (even if locked or hidden from sight) or other unattended locations.
In cases of loss, theft, or damage the student may be responsible for the FULL VALUE of the equipment.
Parent and Guardians Responsibility
Spy Hop Productions strongly encourages parents and guardians to participate with their children by taking an interest in their Spy Hop activities.
Parent & Guardian’s Rights
Parents and guardians have a right to have any and all of their questions answered and their concerns addressed. If you ever have any questions or concerns you have the right to call Spy Hop Productions and ask to speak with your child’s teacher or the Programs Director.
Notice of Non-Discrimination
Spy Hop Productions programs and services reflect the cultural diversity of our community. We do not discriminate on the basis of religion, race, color, gender, national origin, sexual orientation or disability.