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medication while taking part in the program or activity. He or she must be capable of self-administering the medication should the need arise. Please be aware that staff members are not required to administer any fast-acting medication for any participant. In the event of a medical emergency requiring the use of fast-acting medication, staff will call 911 immediately and the parent/guardian as soon as possible. Site Rules • Safety is our priority. Participants are not permitted to leave their assigned group without a staff leader or a bathroom pass and must be signed out according to program procedures upon exiting the program. • Appropriate attire is required to attend the program. • Do not arrive prior to the program’s start, as no supervision is available. • Always remember to update your annual information form (address changes, telephone numbers, individuals authorized to pick up your participant). • Respect instructors, leaders, yourself, and others. • Respect property (site and equipment). Games and equipment are to be cared for and put away after each use. We reserve the right to compensation for property and equipment replacement if not used properly by the participant. • Gum is not allowed in any facility. • At the end of the program, please be prompt when picking up your participant. Late fees will apply. • The City of Henderson is not responsible for lost or stolen items. Please leave personal items at home. • Participants’ personal cell phones must be turned off and placed in a backpack upon arrival to the program. Should you need to contact your participant, call the program cell phone (refer to the bottom of your program calendar) or the recreation center where the program is being held. • Participants may not bring toys or electronic games/devices to the program. • Inappropriate behavior will not be tolerated (see Code of Conduct below). • Weapons of any kind are not permitted. • Skateboards and Rollerblades are not permitted at program sites unless specified by an event. Participants must remove wheels from roller shoes during program time. • Have fun! Participant Code of Conduct The City of Henderson must have rules governing behavior in order to ensure all participants’ safety and enjoyment. Participants are expected to display appropriate behavior at all times. Participants must accomplish this by showing respect to all other participants and staff; refraining from using inappropriate language and gestures; refraining from causing bodily harm; and showing respect for equipment, supplies and facilities. If inappropriate behavior is displayed, department policies will address these behaviors. We reserve the right to suspend participants at any time when we determine their behavior endangers the safety of themselves or others.


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