Yes, they do, and it’s done in an appropriate and professional manner. Once a good rapport is established on the bus and then on the trip, there is a familiarity and working relationship established between chaperones and students. On arrival the trip staff and Director give the students an on bus orientation speech. The students are presented a laminated card with their trip schedule including Mandatory check-in times (Early morning to prepare for skiing, afternoon to make sure students are off the mountain safely and final check-in in the late evening between 10:30-11)  This is for the personal safety of the students and give the staff an opportunity to insure students are having a great trip. All other times the staff is in the condo building, restaurants and mountain along with the students enjoying Mont Tremblant.