Rules, Regulations, and Disciplinary Action Pick-up and Drop-off All campers must be escorted to the camp’s front desk area by a designated parent or guardian and signed in on the appropriate sheet. During pick-up, the designated parent or guardian must show ID or ASAP pick-up card to the employee present in order to have their child released into their custody. Visitors Any visitors must sign-in and receive a visitor’s badge at the administration office or the ASAP front desk. Visitors should go directly to their requested location and should sign-out and return their badge upon departure. Electronics Cell phones, pagers, laser lights, personal gaming systems, tape/cd/mp3/ipod, etc. are not allowed on campus. Exception: cell phones may be held for camper parent contact only. Phones used in any other manner will subject the user to disciplinary action. Discipline for Electronics 1.First Offense: warning, camper must be put away device. 2.Second Offense: Device will be held by staff and returned to parent upon pick-up 3.Third Offense: Device will be taken by staff, returned to parent upon pick-up, and a 30 minute detention. 4.Fourth Offense: Device will be taken by staff, returned to parent upon pick-up after meeting with camp director, and device should not be brought back to camp and 60 minute detention. 5.Fifth Offense and beyond: Device will be taken by staff and returned to parent after $5.00 fee is paid(fee increases by $5.00 for each additional offense) and a 90 minute detention. Lost and Found Items found on campus that an owner cannot be found for will be placed in a storage box near the front desk. Parents may look for their items in the storage box for lost items or ask a staff member for further assistance. ASAP Summer Camp and North County Christian School are not responsible for lost or stolen items.
Camper’s Responsibility Campers are expected to help keep the campus clean and neat. Any and all trash should be thrown away in the appropriate trash receptacle; all personal items should be placed in the appropriate closet. All camp provided items should be kept neat and clean and placed in the appropriate designated area. Campers may not leave any area without staff permission. Campers will be accompanied by a staff member or volunteer. No camper should leave campus for any reason without a parent or guardian. Campers may only leave the campus with a staff member on field-trips or during an emergency. Campers are required to follow all staff and volunteer directions and instructions the first time they are given. Dress code ·Ladies: no tube tops, spaghetti straps, one shoulder shirts, etc. No muscle shirts. Shorts must come no higher than mid-thigh. No offensive logos, insignia, sayings, etc. Swimwear: one piece swimsuits or tankinis only. ·Gentlemen: Shirts without offensive logos, sayings, insignia, etc. No muscle shirts. Pants should not sag. Swimwear: swim shorts with mesh inside. Other types of swim wear are not permitted at the pool. Camper’s Rules Campers are required to treat everyone (campers, volunteers, and staff members) with respect and kindness. ·All forms of intimidation, exploitation, harassment, including sexual harassment are strictly prohibited. ·Definition of harassment: unwelcome sexual advances, requests for sexual favors, and other verbal, visual or physical conduct of a nature that denigrates, or shows hostility or aversion toward an individual because of his/her race, color, national origin, gender, disability, or age made by anyone or under the following conditions: The conduct has the purpose or effect of having a negative impact on the individual’s experience, environment, or well-being. Confidentiality: every effort will be made to protect the privacy of the parties involved in any complaint. However, we reserve the right to fully investigate every complaint and to notify parents/guardians and appropriate government officials as the circumstances warrant. Physical Violence Physical violence of any kind is prohibited. No fighting, slapping, biting, punching, pushing, etc. Horseplay which displays any of these actions is included. ·Discipline: 1.First offense: 60-90 minute detention 2.Second Offense: Suspension of 1-3 camp day 3.Third Offense: Suspension of 3-5 camp days 4.Fourth Offense: Expulsion from camp Suspension /Expellable infractions i.Possession or evidence of use of alcohol or tobacco on or off campus at anytime. ii.Possession or evidence of use of recreational or illegal drugs on or off campus. iii.Extortion, intimidation, threats, or physical acts against persons or property. iv.Stealing of personal or school/camp property. v.Vandalism/destruction of school/camp property over $50.00. vi.Fighting that results in injury. vii.Speaking, possession, or evidence of weapons, firearms, or explosives of any type or anything misconstrued as such. viii.Notes, comments, or possession of materials pertaining to inappropriate sexual content. ix.Inappropriate language such as demeaning comments, profanity, vulgarity, swearing, cussing, etc. x.Fighting with or without provocation. xi.Lying to a staff member or volunteer. xii.Consistent disobedient or disrespectful behavior towards any staff, volunteer, or camper. General Guidelines i. First offense: Warning and/or removal from activity ii.Second offense: 30 minute detention and/or removal from activity iii.Third offense: 60 minute detention and/or removal from activity iv. Fourth Offense: Suspension from camp (time period decided by camp director) v.Fifth Offense: Expulsion from camp vi.Suspension and Expulsion from camp will not result in a refund of any kind of camp payments. Detention Guidelines ·Campers will be expected to do cleaning/work, a writing assignment, or removed from any and all activities. ·Disciplinary forms should be filled out and placed at the front desk for parent signature. Signed forms should be placed in the appropriate camper file. ·Parents may be contacted by phone for more serious offenses. Sickness and Medication Guidelines I.Campers should be kept at home for any of the following conditions: II.Fever of 100 degrees or more (must be fever free for 24 hours) III.An inflammatory eye condition IV.More than one bout of diarrhea V.Sore or inflamed throat VI.Discharge from ears VII.Skin diseases: exclude until cured or submit a statement from physician stating that the condition is not contagious. VIII.Pediculosis (head lice): must be nit-free before returning to camp IX.Immunization record should be on submitted or on file at the time of registration. X.Campers should not carry or self-administer any medication. Exception: inhalers in case of life threatening asthma and Epi-pens. XI.All prescriptions medication should be in the original container, labeled with camper’s name, instructions for use, and the physician’s name. XII.Medications should be kept in the computer lab file cabinet and can only be accessed by a staff member. XIII.Staff and volunteers will not administer any medication to campers. XIV.Only staff may administer aspirin to campers and only with permission of a parent or guardian either in writing or over the phone. XV.Campers exhibiting signs of illness will be monitored and recorded. Parents will be contacted if symptoms persist or become more severe. XVI.Injuries will be treated and recorded immediately. Injuries that can’t be treated with basic first aid will be treated as an emergency. Parents will be notified and, if necessary, medical professionals. XVII.First aid bags will be located in every room. Each staff member should carry a small first aid bag on and off campus.