THE THEATER PROJECT BEHAVIOR POLICY
At The Theater Project, everyone is welcomed and included without regard to race, color, religion, national origin or citizenship status, sex, gender identity or expression, or sexual orientation.
We CARE for ourselves and those around us. We earn each other’s trust through HONESTY. We RESPECT the rights and dignity of ourselves, fellow students, teachers, staff, and the environment. We are RESPONSIBLE for our own choices.
Any behaviors that threaten the safety and well-being of students and staff will not be tolerated.
Unacceptable behaviors which will not be tolerated at The Theater Project:
Refusing to follow behavior guidelines and rules
Using profanity, vulgarity or obscenities
Stealing or damaging property (personal or TTP property)
Refusal to participate in activities or cooperate with staff
Disrupting a class or program
Leaving a class, program, or The Theater Project premises without permission
Endangering the health and safety of other students and staff
Use of illicit drugs, alcohol, tobacco, or weapons; sexual conduct of any kind
Teasing, making fun or bullying of other students or staff
Fighting of any kind
Posting pictures on social media of other students without their permission
The Theater Project Behavior Guidelines:
Be HONEST in all exercises, rehearsals, shows, endeavors and interpersonal relationships.
Be COMPASSIONATE AND CARING in dealing with the limitations of others.
Be RESPONSIBLE for personal actions as an individual, towards others and members of The Theater Project staff.
Be FAIR AND KIND in the treatment of others.
Be RESPECTFUL of Theater Project property.
When an individual does not follow the behavior guidelines, The Theater Project will take the following action steps as behavior problems progress.
Staff will redirect the student to more appropriate behavior.
If inappropriate behavior continues, the student will be reminded of behavior guidelines and program rules, and the student will be asked to decide on action steps to correct his/her behavior.
If a student’s behavior still does not meet expectations and is affecting the experience of other students, parents/guardians will be contacted and he/she will be referred to the Executive Director.
If inappropriate behavior continues, the student may be dismissed from camp at the discretion of the Executive Director.
Students should speak with a teacher and/or staff member if they are uncomfortable in any situation.