CHECCS Rules of Conduct

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CHECCS Rules of Conduct


CHECCS Dress Codes:
First and foremost, we are a Christian cooperative. As Christians we want to reflect modesty and respect in our appearance. While at co-op and/or CHECCS functions outside co-op classes, you are representing Christ & CHECCS; therefore you are expected to dress in a modest and God-honoring manner.

* We allow no sleeveless shirts; spaghetti strap or tank top shirts may
not be worn unless under a shrug, sweater, etc. No exposed bellies
or bra straps please!
* Shorts and skirts are to be fingertip length or longer.
* Tight clothing, low cut necklines, short skirts, or shirtless boys are not
permitted.
* Boys are not permitted to wear the t-shirts that have the sleeves and
sides cut out.
* Also unacceptable are shirts that advertise cigarettes, alcoholic
beverages, hard rock music bands, or any message, slogan, or logo
that dishonors God and Christian values and morals. Included are
offensive body tattoos, both permanent & temporary.
* At swim functions, there are to be no bikinis, Speedos or immodest
one piece suits.


Speech & Behavior:

* Our speech is to be pure & right, therefore no profanity, at co-op or at
any CHECCS event or function will be tolerated.
* No public displays of affection (PDA's) between students. No hand-holding,
or inappropriate hugging, kissing, or touching will be tolerated.
* Children are to be respectful and follow the instructions of their
parents, teachers, and of other adults present in the building. Disrespectful or disruptive behavior will not be tolerated.


Safety:


* For safety reasons jewelry should not be worn during play/gym time.


Field Trips & Events:


* Timely reservations & payments are expected in order to organize and
accommodate all those wishing to attend events. Payments are not
refunded!
* Events will be started at the time scheduled; your timely arrival is
appreciated in order to show courtesy to the field trip/event provider.
* Courteous behavior is expected and it is the parent(s)/guardian's
responsibility to discipline unruly children. In an effort to be a good witness
while attending events, disruptive behavior will not be tolerated.

 

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