SUMMER STAGE DISCIPLINE POLICY
MINOR VIOLATIONS: Those violations that relate to behavior and do not endanger the safety of themselves or others.
Examples but not limited to: Use of cell phone, inappropriate dress or language, constant distracting behavior.
* Minor violations will be handled by the individual directors through a series of verbal warnings, discussions with the Summer Stager on how to remedy the actions taken, and when necessary, a short time-out from a given activity.
Constant repetition of minor offenses will be documented and brought to the attention of the parents, and then to the administration, when necessary.
MAJOR VIOLATIONS: Those violations that endanger the emotional or physical well being of the individual participant, other participants, the staff or college personnel.
Examples but not limited to: Pushing, shoving, hitting, threatening to fight, fighting, throwing objects, threatening language, bullying, or going into unsupervised areas.
* 1st Major Offense – Participant is immediately brought to administration and a discipline file is created by program administrators with a follow up call to parents.
* 2nd Major Offense – Parents are contacted and the participant is put on probation which may result in a one day suspension or other strong consequences.
* 3rd Major Offense - Parents are contacted and serious consequences will result, including the possibility of being dismissed from the program.
IMMEDIATE DISMISSAL: Some violations may require immediate dismissal. They will be up to the discretion of the Summer Stage Administrators. Parents will be notified immediately.