Legal @ CoolineKids

We require families to agree to the following contracts when registering their child in any program or event hosted by our organization. Consent to the below documents will be confirmed in student registration.

For legal questions or concerns, reach out to our team at

Terms Of Service

Includes media release, general release of liability, cancellation policy, COVID-19 waiver, copyright policy, health procedures & emergency medical treatment authorization. Terms of service are non-negotiable and required for all participants in CoolineKids.

NEW (ENGL) 2024 Cooline Terms of Service

Areas of Need We Can't Accommodate

Due to legal compliance and financial restrictions, there are specific situations where CoolineKids is unable to serve a student through our summer program. If we determine we are unable to support a student, we will work with you to find another alternative that might better match your child’s needs. 

If a camper engages in extremely unsafe, harmful, or dangerous behavior that persists despite three or more wellness interventions by our clinician, a support plan from our Executive Director, and one on one support, dismissal will be enforced. The only scenarios where an immediate dismissal is necessary to include situations where there is a concern for the life of the child or others within our space or serious violations of organization policy or State law (such as sexual assault, illicit drug usage, or distribution).

If a family fails to submit the required special education or school support/intervention documentation before the start of the camp, the student will be unenrolled on the first day. This is because our Behavioral Health Clinician and the Executive Director need adequate time to create a support plan for the child.

If a family member or guardian violates our community-wide behavior expectations or acts in violation of State law, the student may be removed from the program. This is done to ensure the well-being of other students, our staff, and the general community.

We cannot accommodate special needs that require nurses or other medical professionals, complex health needs, or any needs that necessitate a staff member entering a restroom space to assist a child. Unfortunately, our staff is not trained or qualified to provide support in these realms, and families will need to arrange for a personal one-on-one aide or nurse. We regret that we are unable to provide this assistance at this time.

Partner Information Sharing

In order to operate our food program, all low-income eligible families will be automatically added to the list of families for intake at Samaritan House. Samaritan House will not contact families; however, if your family is in need of support, your intake form will be submitted to them. 

2022 Intake form Food ENG and SP privacy.pdf