Students with Disabilities & Special Requests
The Tippecanoe County Partnership for Water Quality (TCPWQ) is committed to the full inclusion of all student participants. As part of this commitment, the TCPWQ will ensure that persons with disabilities are provided reasonable accommodations to participate to the fullest extent possible. If your student participant requires reasonable accommodations to participate in the Wonders program (i.e., medication, allergies, Para, etc.), please contact us using the information at the bottom of this page.
The TCPWQ strongly recommends staying off the raft If your child has a cast, stitches, ace bandage, etc., which are normally required to be kept dry.
If you have a student(s) under the care of a physician for an illness or injury that may be adversely affected by participating in the Wonders program (e.g., cast, bandages, or stitches that should be kept dry), please submit a signed medical clearance from their preferred medical provider.
In addition, if the student(s) has a condition that might require additional safety-related care or precautions, please let us know so we can be adequately prepared.
We will be launching our rafts from Shamrock Park located at 115 Sanford Street, Lafayette, IN 47905. The trip ends at Fort Ouiatenon located at 3136 S River Road, West Lafayette, IN 47906. We will be spending all day outside, both on and off the river. There will be a Conservation Officers present in a motorized boat, should anyone need to get off the river quickly.