Mid Pinellas Learn and Play Handbook
Mid Pinellas Learn and Play is a secular open minded Nature School. We support families of all kinds, this includes families of all faiths and cultures, natural family living, and attachment parenting. We are a cooperative of parents/caregivers who work together to support our children and to help enrich the learning process.
We have classes or events Monday through Friday and some weekends. We meet generally from 10am- 1:30pm. weather and humidity permitting.
Please follow us on our Facebook page or on the Wix app to stay apprised of upcoming events. We will also have a forum open to members only on this website or through the Wix app for those who do not have a Facebook account.
The admin team reserves the right to alter or add to these policies as needed.
We do have a small fee of $15.00 per semester to become a member and attend classes. Once you have become a member you are able to sign up for classes and attend events. Registration fees are non-refundable. We also have a small materials fee that is a one time charge of $25.00. Any returning members only need to pay for new nature journals at a cost of $15.00 per semester.
Code of Conduct
We ask that anyone who is attending our events to understand they we are creating an environment that embraces these character traits: respect, responsibility, safety and attentiveness. Families are asked to actively participate and are responsible for their child's own learning.
Parents or caregivers are responsible for supervising the children they bring at all times. We understand with multiple children this is a challenge and as a group we share responsibility for ensuring the safety of all children.
Lightning/ Severe Weather
In the event of severe weather please check our Facebook group, our website forum, or Wix app for updated information. As always if it is thundering we will seek shelter.
Adults and children should not attend classes or events if they are running fevers or are contagious.
Children should stay home if they are running a fever, have unexplained rashes, vomiting, diarrhea, mucus from a cold that is cloudy or discolored, pink eye, the flu or and other contagious diseases.
If a child or adult experiences symptoms that signify and emergency call 911
All other minor injuries will be treated by a parent or leader who has supplies.