Behavioral guidelines are established to maintain the physical and emotional well-being of each child and to teach self-discipline, judgment, and manners. Positive behavior management techniques are used to guide behavior. Parents and staff are viewed as partners in guiding each child’s development and will work collaboratively to establish consistency.
Appropriate behavior is essential in learning and growing, and is based upon mutual respect for the rights and property of others. Children are expected to display responsible behavior and to take responsibility for their actions.
A child’s choice may result in positive or negative consequences such as a reward, redirection, or loss of a privilege. For more severe or continuous incidents, one or more of the following may result: a behavioral report, conference with a parent/guardian to create a Positive Behavioral Support Plan, suspension, or removal from the program (see Administrative Withdrawal). Refunds or credits are not issued for services rendered if a child is suspended from a Community Education and Outreach Services Program.
Kids Club Behavior Guidelines
(in addition to to the general guidlines)
Listen and follow directions the first time given.
Keep hands, feet, and all objects to self.
Respect others and equipment.
Use your words to solve a problem. Ask a staff member for assistance if that does not work.
Always be within sight and sound of a Kids Club staff member.
Follow the school rules unless they contradict DHS regulations.
Please note that the Kids Club rules may be modified to meet the individual needs of each child taking into account age, special needs, etc. Parent conferences may be scheduled with your child’s Program Coordinator to individualize the Kids Club expectations to better support your child’s development. Summer Academy Behavior Guidelines
(in addition to the general guidelines listed above)
Students are expected to display responsible behavior at all times when they are at Summer Academy or on the bus.
Students using private transportation may not be on campus more than 15 minutes before or after Summer Academy hours. After one occurrence of an early arrival or late pick-up, we reserve the right to administratively withdraw a student from Summer Academy without a refund.
Students are not allowed to bring guests onto campus.
Running, pushing, shoving, and other inappropriate or unsafe behaviors are not permitted.
Gum, candy, etc. is not permitted.
Roller skates, roller shoes, in-line skates, skateboards, etc. are not permitted.
Bikes and scooters are to be kept in the bike compound and locked with a lock provided by the student.
No student may leave the campus, other than at the designated dismissal times, without prior approval.
The District provides interpreter/translation services in Spanish and other languages for applicants, parents, students and others, free
of charge. If you need such assistance, please contact Dr. Shari Dukes, Director at (480) 541-1150 or via email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
El Distrito de Kyrene ofrece servicios de interprete/traducción en español y en otros idiomas sin costo alguno para padres, estudiantes y solicitantes. Si necesita asistencia, puede contactar a la directora Dr. Shari Dukes al (480) 541-1150 o email@example.com.