Camp Details

Where

 

 Maranatha Baptist University
in Watertown, Wisconsin

When

july 16-21, 2023
4:30pm Sunday arrival
4:30pm Friday departure

Who

Ages 13-19
entering 8th grade
thru just completed 12th grade

What to Bring

WHAT TO BRING

  • Bedding: Sleeping bag or blanket, sheets, pillow, etc.
  • Toiletries: Towel, washcloth, shower items, comb/brush, sunscreen, toothbrush, etc.
  • Supplies: Fan (dorm rooms do not have AC), Bible, journal, water bottle
  • Clothing: Capitol attire and camp attire. See below for definitions and dress code requirements.
  • Closed-toed shoes: Required for Feats of Strength.
  • *Games + Sports Equipment: Some will be provided; however, feel free to bring your own games, football, Frisbee, etc.
  • *Spending Money: Only needed for LEAD Wisconsin merchandise or vending machines.
  • *Umbrella
  • *Cell Phone: See the Policy section for our cell phone policy.
  • *Snacks to share with your dorm room.
    • *These items are optional.

     

    WHAT NOT TO BRING

    • Electronics (g., headphones, games, drones, iPods, iPads, laptops, etc.)
    • Computers will be available for research throughout the week. You may bring your phone.
    • Flammable materials
    • Controlled substances (including vaping materials)

    Note to Parents: Please take the opportunity to go through your camper’s luggage with him/her and discuss what constitutes appropriate, professional, and modest clothing as outlined below and to ensure no items are brought from the list above.

    Women's Dress Code

    GENERAL STANDARDS

    • Neat, clean, modest, and activity-appropriate
    • No crude language or images on clothing
    • No tears, fraying, or inappropriate holes
    • Hats may not be worn during any sessions
    • Shirts must cover the lower back, midsection and bra (including straps)
    • No sheer, tight, low-cut or open-backed shirts
    • Tank tops must have straps at least two inches wide if worn alone (no spaghetti straps)
    • Shorts must be no shorter than 2” from the top of the knee
    • No tight shorts or pants
    • Skirts and dresses must reach the top of the knees at all times if no leggings are worn
    • If leggings are worn, skirts and dresses must be no shorter than 2” from the top of the knee
    • No pajamas outside of dorm rooms
    • Capitol Attire and Camp Attire must comply with these general standards.

     CAPITOL ATTIRE
    [WEDNESDAY + FRIDAY TRIPS TO THE CAPITOL]

    • Professional pants, skirts, or dresses (i.e. no denim, corduroy, or cargo)
    • Professional top (no t-shirts) 
    • Comfortable dress shoes (i.e., no flip-flops, crocs, tennis or casual shoes)
    • Optional tights, leggings, nylons etc.
    • Blazer recommended

    Examples:

    CAMP ATTIRE
    [EVERYDAY!]

    • Closed-toed shoes (required for Feats of Strength)
    • Comfortable shoes or sandals
    • Comfortable tops
    • Comfortable bottoms

    Examples:

    TIPS

    • Let your style shine!
    • Fun accessories can help make your professional attire “your own.”
    • We want you to completely “rock the dress code”!
    • Rock your style within the guidelines of the dress code.
    • Laundry is available in the dorms. It requires payment via card. Bring your own soap.

    All campers attending LEAD WI are required to respect and comply with the above. If these standards are not met, LEAD WI staff will ask the camper to change. If there is repeated non-compliance, a camper may be sent home.

    MEN'S DRESS CODE

    GENERAL STANDARDS

    • Neat, clean, modest, and activity-appropriate
    • No crude language or images on clothing
    • No tears, fraying, or inappropriate holes
    • Hats may not be worn during any sessions
    • Shirts must be worn at all times
    • Shirts must cover the entire torso
    • No tight or low-cut shirts
    • No sideless muscle-cut tank tops or shirts
    • Shorts must be long enough to cover mid-thigh
    • No sagging shorts or pants
    • No underwear showing
    • No pajamas outside of dorm rooms
    • Capitol Attire and Camp Attire must comply with these general standards.

     

    CAPITOL ATTIRE
    [WEDNESDAY + FRIDAY TRIPS TO THE CAPITOL]

    • Dress pants (i.e. no jeans, corduroys, or cargo pants)
    • Collared dress shirt with a professional tie or bowtie
    • Comfortable dress shoes (i.e., no flip-flops, crocs, tennis or casual shoes)
    • Dress socks (i.e. no white or athletic socks)
    • Suit jacket or blazer recommended

    Examples:

     

    CAMP ATTIRE
    [EVERYDAY!]

    • Closed-toed shoes (required for Feats of Strength)
    • Comfortable shoes or sandals
    • Comfortable tops
    • Comfortable bottoms

    Examples:

     

    TIPS

    • Let your style shine!
    • Fun accessories (e.g., ties, bowties, pocket squares etc.) can help make your professional attire “your own.”
    • We want you to completely “rock the dress code”!
    • Rock your style within the guidelines of the dress code.
    • Laundry is available in the dorms. It requires payment via card. Bring your own soap.

    All campers attending LEAD WI are required to respect and comply with the above. If these standards are not met, LEAD WI staff will ask the camper to change. If there is repeated non-compliance, a camper may be sent home.

     

    CAMPUS MAP

    Registration fee

    $450 Per Camper

    Early-Bird Registration Fee: $400 (must be registered and paid in full by March 30, 2023)
    Your $80 deposit goes toward your registration fee.

    Financial Aid is available!

    • Registration fee must be paid in full by June 30, 2023.
    • Full Refund Deadline (including $80 deposit): June 16, 2023.
    • Partial Refund Deadline (excluding $80 deposit): June 30, 2023.
    • After June 30, 2023, no refunds will be permitted.

    See policies below for more information.

    Policies

    BEHAVIOR

    • Campers are expected to behave respectfully toward LEAD Wisconsin staff, crew, speakers, other campers, and Maranatha Baptist University staff.
    • One male and one female may not be alone in a secluded area (this includes going for a walk around campus).
    • Name tags need to be worn at all times when outside the dorm rooms.
    • No food, candy, beverages, gum, etc., will be permitted in the Capitol.
    • You signed the Camper Covenant upon registration. See form below.

    CAMPUS

    • After meals, campers should bus their own dishes and clean up after themselves.
    • Campers may not leave campus unless they make previous arrangements with a LEAD Wisconsin staff member and communicate with the staff member before leaving.
    • Campers who leave campus without permission will be dismissed and required to call home and have a parent or guardian come pick them up.
    • Certain areas of campus will be off-limits to campers as Maranatha Baptist University staff will still be working while we are on campus. See map below.

    DORMS

    • Campers are not allowed in the opposite sex’s dorm building.
    • Campers are to remain in their dorms from 10:30 p.m. to 7:00 a.m.
    • Campers exercising outside the dorm before 7:00 a.m. must arrange this with a LEAD Wisconsin crew member, do so in pairs and stay within campus perimeters.
    • Campers may not switch dorm rooms.
    • By 11:00 p.m. campers must be in their own dorm room with the main light off.
    • LEAD Wisconsin crew members will have a fob to the dorm buildings.
    • The individual dorm rooms must remain unlocked throughout the week.
    • Please label all personal belongings and keep cash and other valuables with you.
    • LEAD Wisconsin is not responsible for lost or stolen items.

    HEALTH

    • A nurse will be on campus all week long.
    • Immediately alert a LEAD Wisconsin crew member about any injuries or health issues that arise during the week.
    • First Aid supplies will be available in the LEAD Wisconsin office.
    • Campers should turn their necessary medication into the nurse at check-in. Refrigeration is available.
    • Campers are not to take another camper’s medication.
    • Campers who are too ill to attend a scheduled session must check in with a LEAD Wisconsin staff member.
    • You signed the Participant Release and Waiver upon registration. See form below.

    MEDIA

    • We ask all campers to refrain from all forms of media while at camp.
      • This includes music, movies, apps, projects, emails, etc.

    PHONES

    • Campers may use their phones to check in with their families when appropriate. 
    • Campers may use their phones to take pictures when appropriate.
    • We expect campers to refrain from any other cell phone use.
    • There is no cell phone usage (except for taking photos) allowed in the Dining Complex building or in chapel.
    • The consequences for using a cell phone outside of those areas/times are as follows:
      • 1st offense:  Phone is confiscated for the session.
      • 2nd offense: Phone is confiscated for the day.
      • 3rd offense:  Phone is confiscated for the week.
    • If a phone is confiscated, campers may still use the phone in the presence of a staff member or use a staff member’s phone.

    GENERAL INFORMATION

    • Daily Events: Dorm devotions, Bible study, teaching sessions, legislative track activities, dynamic speakers, entertainment, games and sports.
    • Eligibility: Teens ages 13-19 years old. Campers entering 8th grade through those just having graduated from high school are eligible to attend.
    • Location: Maranatha Baptist University, 745 West Main Street, Watertown, Wisconsin 53094
    • While at LEAD Wisconsin, campers will be under the supervision of LEAD Wisconsin staff, instructors, and chaperones.
    • Our goal is to have the ratio of LEAD Wisconsin crew and staff to campers at no less than 1:10.
    • LEAD Wisconsin staff will be on location at all times.
    • The staff, instructors, and chaperones will clearly communicate our expectations to campers.

    FINANCIAL CONSIDERATIONS

    • Your registration fee covers all instructional materials, transportation while at camp, food and lodging for all five days.
    • To qualify for the $400 early registration fee, all fees must be paid in full by March 30, 2023.
    • Financial Aid may be available for those in serious need.
      • Complete the Financial Aid application and registration form, and pay a minimum $80 deposit.
      • Financial aid recipients must pay a minimum of $80.
      • See our financial aid page for more details.

    CANCELLATION FEE/REFUND POLICY

    • Full Refund Deadline: June 16, 2023.
    • Any requests for refunds postmarked or phoned in no later than June 16, 2023, will be honored in full, including the deposit.
    • Partial Refund Deadline: June 30, 2023.
    • Any requests for refunds postmarked or phoned in no later than June 30, 2023, but after June 16, 2023, will be honored, minus the $80 deposit.
    • After June 30, 2023, no refunds will be permitted.

    NOTE:  If a camper is dismissed as a result of disciplinary action or leaves to go home for any reason (illness, etc.) during his/her week at LEAD Wisconsin, no refund or partial refund will be issued. Likewise, no other person may complete his/her week at camp.

    ALTERNATIVES TO REFUNDS

    Transfer Registration: A paid registration fee may be transferred to a different camper provided registration has not yet closed. If prior to camp starting, you are thinking of transferring your paid registration fee to another individual, please call the LEAD Wisconsin office immediately. In any case, new registration forms will be required.

    Financial Aid: Many deserving campers want to attend LEAD Wisconsin but simply cannot afford it. Consider helping them by transferring your registration fee to the Financial Aid Fund.

    SCHEDULE

    • All activities are mandatory, and all campers will be expected to participate in every activity unless prior permission is obtained.
    • Campers are required to stay on campus during the entire week.
    • Please be sure your camper does not have any commitments during the week of camp.

    WHAT TO BRING

    • Bedding: Sleeping bag or blanket, sheets, pillow, etc.
    • Toiletries: Towel, washcloth, shower items, comb/brush, sunscreen, toothbrush, etc.
    • Supplies: Fan (dorm rooms do not have AC), Bible, journal, water bottle
    • Clothing: Capitol attire and camp attire. See below for definitions and dress code requirements.
    • Closed-toed shoes: Required for Feats of Strength.
    • *Games + Sports Equipment: Some will be provided; however, feel free to bring your own games, football, Frisbee, etc.
    • *Spending Money: Only needed for LEAD Wisconsin merchandise or vending machines.
    • *Umbrella
    • *Cell Phone: See the Policy section for our cell phone policy.
    • *Snacks to share with your dorm room.
    • *These items are optional.

    WHAT NOT TO BRING

    • Electronics (g., headphones, games, drones, iPods, iPads, laptops, etc.)
    • Computers will be available for research throughout the week. You may bring your phone.
    • Flammable materials
    • Controlled substances (including vaping materials)

    Note to Parents: Please take the opportunity to go through your camper’s luggage with him/her and discuss what constitutes appropriate, professional, and modest clothing as outlined below and to ensure no items are brought from the list above.

    DRESS CODE

    While we recognize that families have different tastes, views, and standards on what constitutes professional, modest, and appropriate dress, all campers attending LEAD Wisconsin are required to respect and comply with our LEAD Wisconsin dress code.

    WOMEN’S DRESS CODE

    General Standards:

    • Neat, clean, modest, and activity-appropriate
    • No crude language or images on clothing
    • No tears, fraying, or inappropriate holes
    • Hats may not be worn during any sessions
    • Shirts must cover the lower back, midsection and bra (including straps)
    • No sheer, tight, low-cut or open-backed shirts
    • Tank tops must have straps at least two inches wide if worn alone (no spaghetti straps)
    • Shorts must be no shorter than 2” from the top of the knee
    • No tight shorts or pants
    • Skirts and dresses must reach the top of the knees at all times if no leggings are worn
    • If leggings are worn, skirts and dresses must be no shorter than 2” from the top of the knee
    • No pajamas outside of dorm rooms
    • Capitol Attire and Camp Attire must comply with these general standards.

    Capitol Attire:
    Wednesday & Friday trips to the Capitol

    • Professional pants, skirts, or dresses (i.e. no denim, corduroy, or cargo)
    • Professional top (no t-shirts) 
    • Comfortable dress shoes (i.e., no flip-flops, crocs, tennis or casual shoes)
    • Optional tights, leggings, nylons etc.
    • Blazer recommended

    Camp Attire:
    Everyday

    • Closed-toed shoes (required for Feats of Strength)
    • Comfortable shoes or sandals
    • Comfortable tops
    • Comfortable bottoms

    All campers attending LEAD WI are required to respect and comply with the above. If these standards are not met, LEAD WI staff will ask the camper to change. If there is repeated non-compliance, a camper may be sent home.

    MEN’S DRESS CODE

    General Standards:

    • Neat, clean, modest, and activity-appropriate
    • No crude language or images on clothing
    • No tears, fraying, or inappropriate holes
    • Hats may not be worn during any sessions
    • Shirts must be worn at all times
    • Shirts must cover the entire torso
    • No tight or low-cut shirts
    • No sideless mucle-cut tank tops or shirts
    • Shorts must be long enough to cover mid-thigh
    • No sagging shorts or pants
    • No underwear showing
    • No pajamas outside of dorm rooms
    • Capitol Attire and Camp Attire must comply with these general standards.

    Capitol Attire:
    Wednesday & Friday trips to the Capitol

    • Dress pants (i.e. no jeans, corduroys, or cargo pants)
    • Collared dress shirt with a professional tie or bowtie
    • Comfortable dress shoes (i.e., no flip-flops, crocs, tennis or casual shoes)
    • Dress socks (i.e. no white or athletic socks)
    • Suit jacket or blazer recommended

    Camp Attire:
    Everyday

    • Closed-toed shoes (required for Feats of Strength)
    • Comfortable shoes or sandals
    • Comfortable tops
    • Comfortable bottoms

    All campers attending LEAD WI are required to respect and comply with the above. If these standards are not met, LEAD WI staff will ask the camper to change. If there is repeated non-compliance, a camper may be sent home.

    FOOD ALLERGIES

    • On your registration, you noted any special dietary needs, restrictions, or allergies that will require any degree of consideration.
    • Campers with denoted allergies will be provided with alternative food selections.
    • Campers are responsible to monitor the food they consume and should ask the kitchen if they are ever uncertain whether or not the food contains something they should not eat.
    • LEAD Wisconsin must be made aware of a camper’s/participant’s allergies and special needs requests at least three weeks prior to the start of the program.
    • LEAD Wisconsin and Maranatha Baptist University cannot guarantee allergen free food, and cross-contamination is always a risk.
    • Manufacturers of the commercial foods used may change the formulation at any time, without notice. Participants concerned with food allergies need to be aware of this risk.
    • Neither LEAD Wisconsin nor Maranatha Baptist University will assume any liability for adverse reactions to foods consumed or items one may come in contact with during the week of participating in LEAD Wisconsin.

    LEARNING IMPAIRMENTS AND MENTAL HEALTH

    • On your registration, you noted any learning impairments or mental health concerns.
    • It is important that we are aware of these beforehand so that we can properly prepare to work with your teen.
    • We will contact you for more information so that we can plan for the support necessary for your teen and ensure a positive experience.
    • LEAD Wisconsin will do what it can within reason to accommodate campers with learning impairments or mental health concerns.

    DISCLAIMER

    Issues and topics debated, including bills for the mock legislature may be controversial or sensitive in nature. For more information, questions, or concerns, please contact our office at (888) 378-7395.

    forms

    CAMPER CODE OF CONDUCT

    The camper signed this form upon registration.
    The camper’s signature is required in order to attend LEAD Wisconsin.

    LEAD Wisconsin is a premiere biblical worldview and leadership training program for teens. We hope your experience here will be enjoyable, rewarding, and challenging. The instructors, staff, and chaperones are committed to helping you grow as a leader, and they are looking forward to you being here. The development of leadership skills includes taking responsibility for your own life and conduct; and the foundation for all behavior at all times can be summed up in the word respect, in other words, “do unto others as you would have them do unto you.”

    Please read the following carefully:

    “Finally, be ye all of one mind, having compassion one of another, love as brethren, be pitiful, be courteous…” 1 Peter 3:8

    The Bible says that Christians should “think on things that are excellent” and “avoid all appearance of evil.”

    • I will maintain the highest moral standards and maintain a clear personal witness through proper conduct and appropriate dress. (See the LEAD Wisconsin Policies and Dress Code for our standards.)
    • I will not drink alcoholic beverages, vape, or use tobacco in any form while at LEAD Wisconsin. I will not use any type of illegal substances, use offensive language, etc.

    Leadership involves self-discipline, which means accepting personal responsibility to do those things that are expected of you “as unto the Lord.” Christian leadership involves servanthood. Jesus said, “Whoever wishes to become great among you shall be your servant.”

    • I will be prompt and attentive in all classes and activities and keep myself, my belongings, and my room neat and clean.
    • I will display a servant attitude toward my fellow campers, instructors, staff, chaperones, and Maranatha Baptist University staff.

    LEAD Wisconsin is an environment conducive to learning and personal growth and one in which you can make friends and not be distracted by outside influences.

    • I will not bring to LEAD Wisconsin anything that would detract from this goal (including but not limited to the items described in the LEAD Wisconsin Policies). Neither will I use the computer or internet inappropriately when doing research.

    LEAD Wisconsin is held at Maranatha Baptist University and visits other venues such as the State Capitol. We believe it is important to present a clear testimony for Jesus Christ among our neighbors and in the community.

    • I will respect the property, privacy, and rights of others, whether associated or not associated with LEAD Wisconsin.

    The Bible commands us to submit to authority. It is our desire that each camper has a teachable spirit and is willing to be cooperative, obedient, and respectful to any person in God-ordained authority.

    • I will obey the rules, including those given in the LEAD Wisconsin Policies, and submit to the authority of staff, instructors, and chaperones.

    I have read and agree with all of the above. I have also read and agree to abide by the LEAD Wisconsin Policies. I understand that I will be expected to abide by this signed covenant. I further understand that if I choose not to abide by this signed covenant, I will face appropriate consequences, possibly even being asked to leave.

    Full Name of the Camper:
    Signature: “Camper’s signature”
    Date: “Date”

    PARTICIPANT RELEASE AND WAIVER OF LIABILITY AGREEMENT

    The signature of the camper’s parent/legal guardian is required in order to attend LEAD Wisconsin. If the camper an adult, then the camper must sign.

    ________________________________________, I am an adult camper (“Participant”), or I am a minor child (“Participant”) and my parent having legal custody and/or my guardian’s name (“Parent”) is ______________________________________. The Participant (and Parent) desire(s) the Participant to attend LEAD Wisconsin at Maranatha Baptist University in Watertown, Wisconsin (hereafter referred to as “LEAD WI”), and to participate and engage in activities related to LEAD WI.

    IN CONSIDERATION of the acceptance of the above-named Participant’s attendance and participation in LEAD WI, the Participant (and Parent), do(es) hereby freely, voluntarily and without duress accept the conditions and risks outlined in this LEAD Wisconsin Participant Release and Waiver of Liability Agreement (“Agreement”), sponsored by Wisconsin Family Council. The Participant (and Parent) further represent(s) and agree(s) that:

    1. Assumption of Risk and Waiver of Liability. The Participant (and Parent) understand(s) that, while at LEAD WI, Participant may participate in recreational activities, service activities, and large & small group gatherings, and that such activities may take place in partnership/cooperation with other non-Wisconsin Family Council entities. The Participant (and Parent) hereby assume(s) all responsibility for, and waive(s), release(s) and discharge(s) Wisconsin Family Council and its cooperating entities, including without limitation, Maranatha Baptist University, and their members, directors, officers, agents, employees, volunteers, representatives, contractors and other associates, from any and all liability and claims of any kind whatsoever, including, without limitation, any act or omission, including ordinary negligence, personal injury, death, loss of property, property damage, or other loss or damage that the Participant (and Parent) may have, or that may subsequently accrue to the Participant (and Parent), or to the Participant’s (and Parent’s) respective heirs, executors, administrators or assigns, as a result of Participant’s participation in LEAD WI. The Participant (and Parent) is/are aware of and understand(s) the potential for both known and unknown hazards and risks associated with participation in LEAD WI, including without limitation, the risk of serious injury or death associated with participation in and transportation to and from the various activities (such as transportation via bus to and from the Wisconsin State Capitol grounds) in conjunction with LEAD WI, risks associated with communal dormitory living, exposure to or the contraction of COVID-19 or other infectious diseases, severe weather conditions, and random acts of violence. Furthermore, the Participant (and Parent) assume(s) full responsibility for all medical bills, damages, or other losses of any kind associated with any serious illness, personal injury, permanent disability, bodily injury, death, or property damage while the Participant is participating in LEAD WI. The Participant (and Parent) accept(s) these risks on behalf of the Participant with full awareness and understanding of these risks and knowing the only source of insurance available to Participant (and Parent) must be provided by the Participant (and Parent). The Participant (and Parent) is/are not relying on any insurance to be provided by Wisconsin Family Council.

    2. Indemnification of Wisconsin Family Council. In addition to the above release, the Participant (and Parent) shall indemnify and hold Wisconsin Family Council and its cooperating entities harmless from any and all personal injury, death, loss of property, property damage, or any other damages, relating to and arising from Participant’s participation in LEAD WI. The Participant (and Parent) expressly agree(s) that the Participant (and Parent) shall be solely responsible for any expenses (including attorneys’ fees and court costs) incurred by Wisconsin Family Council or its cooperating entities in defending any legal claims arising out of Participant’s participation in LEAD WI.

    3. Known Medical Conditions. The Participant (and Parent) attest and certify that Participant has notified Wisconsin Family Council of all known medical, physical, psychological, or emotional conditions that would prevent Participant from safely participating in the activities in LEAD WI.

    4. Medical Treatment. The Participant (and Parent) authorize(s) any and all attending health care professionals (which may include, without limitation, registered nurses, licensed practicing nurses, physicians’ assistants, doctors, paramedics, or emergency medical responders) providing health care services to provide medical treatment deemed necessary, including, without limitation, to hospitalize, anesthetize, or perform surgery on the Participant as may be required. The Participant (and Parent) hereby forever release(s), acquit(s), discharge(s) and covenant(s) to hold harmless Wisconsin Family Council and said health care professionals from all actions, damages or liabilities arising out of the treatment of any illness, injury, or accident incurred during LEAD WI or any subsequent medical care received at a hospital or clinic. Wisconsin Family Council and said health care professionals shall incur no liability whatsoever while attempting to meet all medical needs the Participant may require during LEAD WI. The Participant (and Parent) understand(s) and agree(s) to be responsible for all medical costs associated therewith.

    5. Return Costs. The Participant (and Parent) hereby assume responsibility for any and all return transportation costs involved in transporting Participant back from LEAD WI under unplanned-for circumstances, including, but not limited to, disciplinary action, illness, medical emergency, or death.

    6. Consent to Wisconsin Family Council’s Authority. The Participant (and Parent) expressly agree(s) to abide by all rules and guidelines established by Wisconsin Family Council for LEAD WI, including without limitation, the Camper Covenant required to be signed by all LEAD WI participants, and to fully cooperate with all in a position of authority during LEAD WI, as well as the rules imposed by Maranatha Baptist University to occupy on-campus housing during LEAD WI.

    7. Extent of Release. The Participant (and Parent) expressly agree(s) that this Agreement is intended to be as broad and inclusive as permitted by the laws of the State of Wisconsin and any other state whose jurisdiction in which any action or claim may be raised based on the Participant’s involvement in LEAD WI, and that the Participant (and Parent) intend(s) this Agreement to be binding on the Participant (and Parent) and the Participant’s family, estate, executors, heirs, successors, assigns, insurers, medical providers, and personal representatives.

    8. Publicity Rights. The Participant (and Parent) understand(s) and agree(s) that during LEAD WI, the Participant may be photographed and/or videotaped by Wisconsin Family Council for internal and/or promotional use. The Participant (and Parent) hereby grant(s) and convey(s) to Wisconsin Family Council the right to use, for any Wisconsin Family Council publication, posting or advertisement, any photograph, video, or other likeness of the Participant in perpetuity without compensation or permission. The Participant (and Parent) further grant(s) and convey(s) to Wisconsin Family Council and all persons acting under its permission or authority, all rights, title, and interest, including but not limited to, exhibit this work publicly or privately and to market and sell copies in perpetuity without compensation or permission. The Participant (and Parent) waive(s) any right that the Participant (and Parent) may have to inspect or approve the finished product or the purpose for which the image is used. The Participant (and Parent) release(s) and discharge(s) Wisconsin Family Council, its successors and assigns and all persons acting under its permission or authority, from any liability, whether intentional or otherwise, including any distortion, alteration, or optical illusion that may occur in the making of the image or recording, or in any processing, distribution, or other use of the image or recording by Wisconsin Family Council.

    9. Miscellaneous. The Participant (and Parent) hereby agree(s) that this Agreement represents the full understanding between Wisconsin Family Council and the Participant (and Parent), and supersedes all other prior agreements, understandings, representations, and warranties, both written and oral, between us, with respect to the subject matter hereof. If any term or provision of this Agreement is held to be invalid by any court of competent jurisdiction, that term or provision shall be deemed modified so as to be valid and enforceable to the full extent permitted. The invalidity of any such term or provision shall not otherwise affect the validity or enforceability of the remaining terms and provisions.

    10. Understanding of the Parties. The Participant (and Parent) expressly agree(s) that this Agreement, including the waiver, release, and assumption of risk agreement, is intended to be as broad and inclusive as permitted by law, as stated herein. The Participant (and Parent) further state(s) that the Participant (and Parent) HAVE CAREFULLY READ THE FOREGOING WAIVER, RELEASE, AND ASSUMPTION OF RISK, AND UNDERSTAND(S) ITS CONTENTS. THE PARTICIPANT (AND PARENT) WILLINGLY AND VOLUNTARILY SIGN(S) THIS AGREEMENT. THIS IS A LEGAL DOCUMENT AND THE PARTICIPANT (AND PARENT) UNDERSTAND(S) THAT THE PARTICIPANT (AND PARENT) HADTHE OPPORTUNITY TO CONSULT WITH LEGAL COUNSEL BEFORE SIGNING IT.

    Full Name of Parent/Guardian or Adult Camper:
    Signature: “Parent/Guardian or Adult Camper Signature”
    Date: “Date”

    WOMEN’S DRESS CODE

    The camper’s signature is required in order to attend LEAD Wisconsin. Please initial each line item and sign the document at the bottom.

    I agree to uphold the following general standards:

    ________ Neat, clean, modest, and activity-appropriate
    ________ No crude language or images on clothing
    ________ No tears, fraying, or inappropriate holes
    ________ Hats may not be worn during any sessions
    ________ Shirts must cover the lower back, midsection and bra (including straps)
    ________ No sheer, tight, low-cut or open-backed shirts
    ________ Tank tops must have straps at least 2” wide if worn alone (no spaghetti straps)
    ________ Shorts must be no shorter than 2” from the top of the knee
    ________ No tight shorts or pants
    ________ If leggings are worn, skirts & dresses must be no shorter than 2” from the top of knee
    ________ No pajamas outside of dorm rooms
    ________ Capitol Attire and Camp Attire must comply with these general standards.
    ________ Closed-toed shoes (required for Feats of Strength)

    I agree to uphold the following dress code for trips to the Capitol:

    ________ Professional pants, skirts, or dresses (i.e., no denim, corduroy, or cargo)
    ________ Professional top (no t-shirts)
    ________ Comfortable dress shoes (i.e., no flip-flops, crocs, tennis or casual shoes)
    ________ Optional tights, leggings, nylons etc.
    ________ Blazer recommended

    I agree to respect and comply with the above. If these standards are not met, I understand that LEAD WI staff will ask me to change. I understand that if there is repeated non-compliance, I may be sent home.
    Full Name of the Camper:
    Signature: “Camper’s signature”
    Date: “Date”

    MEN’S DRESS CODE

    The camper’s signature is required in order to attend LEAD Wisconsin. Please initial each line item and sign the document at the bottom.

    I agree to uphold the following general standards:
    ________ Neat, clean, modest, and activity-appropriate
    ________ No crude language or images on clothing
    ________ No tears, fraying, or inappropriate holes
    ________ Hats may not be worn during any sessions
    ________ Shirts must be worn at all times
    ________ Shirts must cover the entire torso
    ________ No tight or low-cut shirts
    ________ No sideless muscle-cut tank tops or shirts
    ________ Shorts must be long enough to cover mid-thigh
    ________ No sagging shorts or pants
    ________ No underwear showing
    ________ No pajamas outside of dorm rooms
    ________ Capitol Attire and Camp Attire must comply with these general standards.
    ________ Closed-toed shoes (required for Feats of Strength)

    I agree to uphold the following dress code for trips to the Capitol:

    ________ Dress pants (i.e., no jeans, corduroys, or cargo pants)
    ________ Collared dress shirt with a professional tie or bowtie
    ________ Comfortable dress shoes (i.e., no flip-flops, crocs, tennis or casual shoes)
    ________ Dress socks (i.e., no white or athletic socks)
    ________ Suit jacket or blazer recommended

    I agree to respect and comply with the above. If these standards are not met, I understand that LEAD WI staff will ask me to change. I understand that if there is repeated non-compliance, I may be sent home.
    Full Name of the Camper:
    Signature: “Camper’s signature”
    Date: “Date”