Code of Conduct

  1. The health, safety, and welfare of others must be respected at all times.
  2. Appropriate language and behavior are expected at all times. Profanity, foul or abusive language, inflammatory statements, derogatory comments, or physical altercations toward any group or individual are not permitted.
  3. Participants are expected to be present and to participate at all scheduled program activities. Participants are required to wear name tags when dispensed.
  4. All participants are expected to be on the site of the event at all times and to participate in assigned activities.
  5. Participants are responsible for following the instructions of all SSYO staff and event chaperones.
  6. All behavior or language of a sexual nature at SSYO events is inappropriate and unacceptable. Dignified and respectable behavior is expected at all times.
  7. Curfew hours must be strictly followed. Curfew means in your room, lights out. After curfew, no one other than those assigned to a room may be there. No excuse is acceptable.
  8. Behavior during unscheduled free time is subject to the supervision of SSYO chaperones.
  9. The Head Chaperone has the final determination on all rules and matters of discipline.
  1. Dress code standards previously set for the event must be met by all participants.
  2. Possession, distribution, or use of alcoholic beverages or illegal drugs is prohibited.
  3. Prescription drugs and over-the-counter medications may be dispensed by adult chaperones only with prior written authorization provided by the parent/guardian.
  4. Care and respect for property, personal and institutional, is expected at all times. Theft, possession of missing property, or damage to property is prohibited.
  5. Possession, distribution or use of weapons, ammunition or fireworks is prohibited.
  6. The obtaining of new body modifications (e.g., piercings, tattoos, branding, etc.) during the period of this trip is prohibited.
  7. Positive attitudes and behavior are the best public relations we have. Always use good manners and common sense.
  8. If you have any concerns about the behaviour of anyone on the trip, including any adult, please discuss it immediately with a chaperone or another adult that you trust. Do not put it off or think that your concern might sound silly - it is important to let someone know.

Code of Conduct Final Submission

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