Wilton Place Learning Center FACILITY AGREEMENT 

Wilton Place Learning Center aims to provide every family in our program with a positive, orderly, and safe environment that is conducive to learning. In order to facilitate this it is mandatory that every family choosing to participate in classes at WPLC agree to the following policies.

Please read through all the policies and sign below to accept all.
Your electronic signature is as equally binding as a manual signature.




Concerning the COVID-19 and associated viruses, it is my desire to obtain services from and to associate with Wilton Place Learning Center and its personnel, and as a condition to receiving such services and consent for the association, I freely and voluntarily assume any and all risk of exposure, and freely and voluntarily assume all risk that my student, my family members, and/or I may be exposed to a virus by the association, including when attending onsite classes.  


I fully understand that exposure is possible even with efforts by Wilton Place Learning Center to employ protective measures, and infection is a possibility and may result in personal injury, illness, disability, or death.  I freely and voluntarily agree to assume all the foregoing risks, and to hold harmless Wilton Place Learning Center and all its affiliates, agents, employees, and representatives from any and all liability, claims, actions, damages, costs, or expenses of any kind arising out of or relating thereto. 


I understand and agree this release includes any claims based on the actions, omissions, or negligence of Wilton Place Learning Center and all its affiliates, agents, and representatives in connection with viral infections, whether an infection occurs before, during, or after my student’s, my family’s, or my own participation in any activities on campus or in any program-related activity.


I agree to indemnify Wilton Place Learning Center and its affiliates, agents, employees, and representatives from any legal claim or action (in relation to damages claimed because of a viral infection) taken against Wilton Place Learning Center and/or its affiliates, agents, employees and/or representatives by or on behalf of my student or my family members (children, siblings, spouses, parents, or other relatives), and such indemnity is on all claims related to any viral infection, and includes damages, costs, expenses, and attorney’s fees incurred in defending against such claims or actions. 

In the event of a medical emergency, I hereby authorize the diagnosis and treatment by a qualified and licensed medical professional, of my child(ren).

Permission is also granted to WPLC and its affiliates including, teachers, staff and volunteers to provide the needed emergency treatment prior to my child’s admission to a medical facility. I understand that WPLC does not have a nurse on site. This release is authorized with the purpose of authorizing medical treatment for the protection of my child(ren) in my absence.

WPLC often takes photographs or videos of child(ren) during its classes, activities, and events. I grant permission without compensation for these photographs or videos to be used to promote WPLC. WPLC agrees to not identify me or my child(ren) by name or release any other personal information without additional written permission from me.

I agree to pay the registration fee of $50 for online only students or $100 for a single student attending in-person or $150 for two or more students. I understand that my student(s) may not begin taking any classes offered at WPLC unless this form is signed, and the registration fee is paid in full. I understand that my registration fee is non-refundable, even if I withdraw my student(s) from classes during the current school year. 

I agree and understand that my student(s) may not begin taking any classes offered at WPLC unless this form is signed.


  1. All elementary students (Grades 1-5) must be supervised by a parent between classes and at lunch if they are taking one or two classes.  Since we are an a la carte program we have students with varying schedules. Therefore, it is the parent's responsibility to make sure where their child is at all times. If the student is staying all day (9:00-3:00) we have a designated staff member making sure that these students transition to their appropriate classes. Elementary students not in class and younger siblings must be accompanied by a parent at all times and leave campus right away. There is no WPLC staff responsible for student supervision.

    • Any unsupervised children will be sent to the WPLC office until they are retrieved by a parent. Repeated lack of supervision may result in expulsion from our program.

    • Parents may leave campus while their student is in class but must return prior to the end of class.

  2. Middle school and high school students may remain on campus without adult supervision as long as they are attending consecutive classes without breaks longer than the 15 minute passing periods or the 45 minute lunch break. Any students needing to remain on campus outside of these break periods must speak with WPLC staff about supervision arrangements.

  3. Middle school and elementary students must remain on campus during the lunch break unless accompanied by an adult. No students will be permitted to leave without supervision on Tuesdays or Thursdays.

  4. High school students may leave campus during the 45 minute lunch break. It is not the responsibility of WPLC to verify that students have parental permission before leaving campus. Students are expected to obey their parent’s directions about leaving campus.

  5. On days with extreme weather, WPLC may mandate that no students may leave campus during lunch. In this event, WPLC staff will arrange for lunch to be purchased on campus.

  6. Any students wanting to attend classes with friends or family as visitors must be accompanied by an adult for the duration of their stay on campus, and such students must check in with the WPLC office staff and complete a liability waiver and emergency contact form.

  7. It is the responsibility of parents to arrange for the drop off and pick up of their own students. WPLC does not oversee transportation in the parking lot. It is expected that students and parents know transportation arrangements.

  8. If students are not picked up within 15 minutes of the end of their last class, a citation will be issued and repeated citations may result in suspension or expulsion without a refund.

  9. Parents and students are not permitted to loiter in classrooms or hallways at any time. During classes, parents are welcome to wait on the benches in the church courtyard. Parents are welcome to bring their own chairs to use in the courtyard as well.

  10. Students who are late to class will be cited and repeated citations may affect class grades and/or result in suspension or expulsion.



  1. WPLC and Gateway Church are separate organizations, so all WPLC concerns should be directed to WPLC staff only.

  2. Disruptive or disrespectful behavior toward teachers, staff, parents, or fellow students will not be tolerated. Repeated unfavorable instances may result in the guilty party being expelled from class with no refunds on tuition or other fees.

  3. WPLC staff and volunteers are not responsible for any damages incurred while traveling to/from, participating in, or in some manner connected with the participation of any WPLC class or program.

  4. In the event that any campus property is defaced by a student or parent, it is understood that the replacement or repair of that property is the responsibility of the parent.

  5. It is expected that students complete their own work in WPLC classes. Students caught cheating or plagiarizing will automatically fail the assignment or test and a citation will be issued. Repeated offenses may result in failing the class, suspension, and/or expulsion.

  6. No guns, knives, or weapons of any kind are permitted on the WPLC campus at any time.

  7. Recreational drugs or any forms of tobacco or vaping devices are not permitted to be in the possession of any student while on campus. If students bring such items to our campus or any off-site WPLC event, student will be automatically suspended or expelled.

  8. Profanity or offensive language is not permitted at WPLC. Failure to speak with respect to others will result in a written citation and repeated offenses may result in suspension or expulsion.

  9. Professionalism and modesty is expected from students while attending classes or off-site WPLC activities. Unless specified by a holiday or special event, no pajamas or slippers may be worn to class. Short shorts or skirts (shorter than student’s fingertips while standing with arms at sides) must be worn over leggings. Attire that does not comply with these rules, or clothing that is revealing, inappropriate, or offensive will result in the wearer being cited and being asked to change clothes or leave campus. Repeated dress code violations will result in suspension or expulsion.

WPLC Facility Agreement Form


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