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In modern social usage, a chaperon (frequent in British spelling) or chaperone (usual in American spelling) is a responsible adult who accompanies and supervises young people. By extension, the word chaperone is used in clinical contexts.

Adult Chaperones Welcome Parent Chaperones! Thank you in advance for dedicating your time and energy to making the kids’ trip to Cal-Wood the most rewarding experience possible! As an adult supervisor for your school, you are an integral component to the overall success of the program.

An adult chaperone is a family member, guardian or other supervising adult over the age of 21 with valid ID, including a photograph and date of birth. Each adult chaperone can accompany up to five youths, must be present at the time of entry, and remain within the .