The time is almost here as our tour gets closer and closer. Tour runs from Thursday, April 13th to Sunday, April 16th.
Payments start in September and continue monthly through February. Initial deposit of $100 is due September 7th. Please include the SF Tour Deposit Notice in the envelope with the first payment. Payment schedule is listed in the choir’s Google calendar listed on the Lone Hill Middle School choir page of this website. Select that page in the MENU at the top of this page. All payments should be by cash or check made payable to Lone Hill Band Boosters. We cannot accept credit cards.
Payments: September 9th, October 7th, November 4th, December 16th, January 13th and February 10th. Trip must be paid in full by the Feb 10th payment. Future payment amounts will be determined by the actual total once people have confirmed if they are going before the October payment is due.
Final payments must be made by February. Approximate price is around $700 which covers the luxury charter buses and drivers, hotel, all activities (Golfland, Band Festival, Boat Cruise, Great America, etc.) and most meals. They will buy their own fast food lunches on Thursday, Saturday and Sunday, and dinner in San Francisco Friday night. All other meals are included. The exact amount depends on how many students go. After the initial deposit, I will be able to give a final number.
This trip is optional. I will need at least 6 chaperones to come with us to help with supervision of the choir members. They will need to pay the tour price of $700 as well. If you want to chaperone, send me an email and I will give you the details.
There is a grade requirement for this trip. Students cannot have any F’s, N’s or U’s and have at least a 2.0 GPA on their Fall semester report card in December. If they are disqualified for their grades, you will receive a refund of any money you have already paid. Please help them check their grades regularly to avoid being left off the trip.
If there are any questions or concerns, please email me. I would love to see as many kids go as possible. I have been doing these tours with middle school kids for many years, so please know that your kids will be in good hands and well taken care of.