Young At Art Museum, and its programs, are a safe place for children and families. Safety includes physical and emotional well being. In order to maintain a safe camp environment, each child is asked to also keep it safe by following camp rules which include, but are not limited to: keeping hands and feet to themselves, walking, staying with their teachers and groups, using inside voices, respecting themselves, peers, teachers, volunteers, artwork. Virtual camp participants are asked to maintain a safe environment as well. Each virtual participant is asked to follow virtual camp rules which include but are not limited to: maintain proper behavior and etiquette on camera, be respectful to themselves, peers, teachers, volunteers and artwork, follow directions, no cyber bullying.
When children choose not to follow any of these rules, the following is put in place:
1st offense – Verbal warning to the camper
2nd offense – Consequences for their actions (possibly missing out on activities, or being placed in a virtual breakout room) and parent notification via the parent notification app, Brightwheel.
3rd offense – Parent notification via phone, written notice or in person by the Camp Director or teacher
4th offense – Parent meeting with Camp Director
5th offense – Possible suspension or expulsion from Young At Art’s Summer Program
Any action committed by a child that could or does result in injury to themselves, other campers, volunteers or staff will result in immediate expulsion from Young At Art’s Summer Program. No refunds are given if child is dismissed due to behavior issues!