The Boys & Girls Clubs of Southwest County has a ZERO TOLERANCE POLICY for the following: physical conflicts, stealing/theft, drug or alcohol possession or being under the influence, weapons or using regular objects as a weapon or in a threatening manner, vandalism, overt and/or repeated disrespect toward staff or others, repeated or extreme inappropriate behavior on the bus, or any other serious inappropriate activity not included in this list, but determined by staff to be dangerous to the Member or to others. All issues as listed above will be handled by the Unit Director or immediate supervisor and may also include the Youth Development Professional (YDP) or other staff involved at the time of the infraction. Issues as noted above will result in immediate suspension of the Member, the length of which to be determined by the Unit Director or immediate supervisor on duty. Parents/Guardians will be contacted immediately to pick up the Member in question.
The ultimate goal of behavior management is to improve behavior and create a safe and welcoming Club environment for all Members. Fair and consistent behavior management, in conjunction with adherence to the Clubs’ Mission Statement will ensure a safe, positive, and enriching environment for all Members.