Breckenridge History believes that each student involved in our workshops is entitled to a positive experience. Breckenridge History wants all students to have fun and do their best. As part of this philosophy, all students are required to follow the behavioral standards described below...
- Students are expected to be respectful to the teachers, Breckenridge History Staff, parents, other students, and facility representatives.
- Appropriate language must be used at all times. Name-calling, profanity, bullying, and/or inappropriate actions will not be tolerated.
- Breckenridge History expects students to be respectful of property; therefore, any damage intentionally done to property will be repaired or the damaged elements replaced by the student responsible.
- Breckenridge History expects purity of self with one's own body; therefore, the use of illegal drugs, alcohol, or tobacco products is strictly prohibited while at a Breckenridge History activity.
- Breckenridge History expects students to dress modestly and appropriately, in a way that promotes a healthy environment and eliminates distractions. Overly tight or revealing clothing is not acceptable. Midriffs must be covered. Undergarments are not to be visible or exposed at any time. For student safety, closed-toed shoes must be worn at all times.
DISCIPLINE PROCEDURES (CONSEQUENCES):
- In response to the first incident, the Outreach Manager, Staff, and/or individual in charge of a Breckenridge History activity will talk with the student about his/her misbehavior.
- If misbehavior continues, the Outreach Manager will call the parent and explain the misbehavior of the student, as well as potential consequences of continued misbehavior.
- If misbehavior continues, the Outreach Manager will meet with the parent and student to discuss possible dismissal from Breckenridge History workshops and activities.
- Continued misbehavior will result in dismissal from Breckenridge History activities for the particular session.
- Parents and students should be aware that serious misbehavior will be documented and may affect participation in future Breckenridge History workshops and activities. In certain cases, misbehavior that Breckenridge History considers extreme and/or which threatens the wellbeing of others will result in immediate suspension and/or permanent expulsion from all Breckenridge History workshops and activities.
•After two absences without prior notice, a student's spot can no longer be guaranteed for the remainder of the term.
In order to officially register for Breckenridge History workshops and classes, camps, or other events, this form must be signed stating that the participant/participant's guardian has read and agrees to follow the guidelines stated above. Doing so will also signify that participants/participants' guardians are aware that Breckenridge History strives to keep students and others safe and free from harms when reasonably possible, but that Breckenridge History cannot guarantee any person's safety, or that students will comply with these guidelines at all times.