2020 ISP SKI TRIP
Q. When and Where is the ISP Ski Trip?
A. We travel to Asessippi Ski Resort,
approximately 400 km from Winnipeg. A chartered bus will leave Winnipeg on Sunday March 29th, 2020 at
6:00 am from FRC, and 6:40 am from OP. The bus will return approximately 8:20 pm
(OP) and 8:45 pm (FRC) on Tuesday March
31, 2020. Students must find their own way to and from the schools.
Students will stay overnight at The Russell Inn with a shared room of four to
six students (Separated Male & Female).
do I sign up? How much is the deposit? When is it needed by?
Students can begin registering for
the trip on Friday, November 1st,
2019 (not before) by following the link here https://permission.click/wO1Q2/ca
Please only submit the form
once as space is limited. Space
on the trip will be confirmed by our office within 48 hours (not including
weekends). A $120 CAD deposit is
required by November 22nd,
2019. The deposit can be paid online at the time of sign up using a credit
card/credit debit card, or you can select to pay cash, which will be collected
in person. The deposit ensures a spot on
the ISP Ski trip and will be deducted from the total cost. The deposit is
non-refundable as long as the trip takes place.
Q. What is the total cost of the Ski Trip?
A. The total cost of the Ski Trip is $420. Final payment of $300 will
be needed by Friday, January 31st
2020. This includes transportation to the resort, equipment rental
(skis, boots, poles and helmet), lessons, lunch and supper on Sunday March 29,
2020, and breakfast, lunch, and supper on Monday March 30, 2020, and breakfast,
lunch, and supper on Tuesday March 31, 2020.
Q. How many students can participate in the ISP Ski Trip?
ISP Ski Trip has a maximum of 40 ISP students (28 Spots reserved for full year
students, 12 spots reserved for 2nd semester students). A Minimum of
15 full year ISP students must sign up by November
22nd, 2019 for the trip to go ahead.
Q. Is the trip
for beginners or experienced skiers?
A. The ISP Ski Trip is designed for skiers
of all levels. First time skiers will receive a lesson on a smaller hill. All
experienced skiers are required to have their ability to turn and stop in a
controlled fashion evaluated before being given a lift pass.
Q. Can I snowboard instead of Ski?
A. Yes, students can choose either Skiing
or Snowboarding but cannot switch back and forth, unless they are finding one
too difficult. Snowboarders are required to wear wrist guards, which will be
provided for you.
Q. Do I have to wear a helmet?
A. Yes, all ISP students are required to
wear a helmet. One will be provided for you.
Q. What type of clothing is appropriate?
A. Ski/Snow pants are mandatory! In
addition students need to bring gloves or mitts, a warm jacket, a neck warmer
or scarf, sunglasses or ski goggles, and a hat that covers their ears. Students are
encouraged to borrow clothing from friends or family if needed.
Q. How do I get permission to attend the trip from my school and
A. You will not need permission to miss
class as this trip will be over Spring Break. In addition a permission form
will be emailed directly from our office to your parents or agent.
For any questions, please contact our Activities Facilitator:
Chozanne Gryte, Activities Facilitator
P: 204.488.1757 Ext. 1177