This document provides information on proper behavior for on-site and summer camp programs for summer day camp participants and visitors. These policies have been adopted and will be enforced to ensure safety and to provide a positive and pleasant experience for all visitors to the Penn Dixie Site.
RESPECT YOURSELF, STAFF, OTHERS, AND THEIR BELONGINGS:
Keep your hands and feet to yourself
PARTICIPATE IN ACTIVITIES:
Become actively involved in the programs and activities
Progressive Discipline Program
The following consequences serve as a guide. Depending on the severity of the behavior, other actions may be taken.
If the participant is placed in a time-out/cool-down twice in one day, the parent will receive verbal notification within 24 hours.
If the participant is placed in time-out/cool-down three times in one day, the parents and center manager/designee will have a discussion about the behavior, reasons, and consequences. This will be documented in writing and given to the parents. Depending on the severity of the behavior, parents may be notified in writing following the first occurrence of unacceptable behavior.
Depending on the severity of the behavior, a camper may be suspended and upon return, a Behavior Contract will be developed.
This is an outline of expectations and consequences for failure to follow the Code of Conduct. Both the camper and the parent will sign the terms and conditions before the camper is allowed to return.
Continued failure to follow rules will result in the camper forfeiting the right to participate in the Penn Dixie Summer Day Camp Program or other site programs and no refund will be made.
ZERO TOLERANCE POLICY
The following actions will result in time-out, suspension or expulsion:
Policy revised and approved by HNHS Board of Directors, May 13, 2010