Parent and Student Code of Conduct

For Students:

• Attend class on a regular basis.
• Arrive on time and fully dressed for class.
• If you are over 15 minutes late, please plan to do a sit-write of the class...but please still attend!
• Listen and do your best.
• Be kind, positive and have fun.
• Be the best role model you can be to peers and the younger dancers.
• Do not gossip.
• Social media shall be used only for positive and uplifting remarks about your fellow students, teachers

and the studio.

For Parents:

• Support your children in regular and punctual attendance at class.
• Participate in creating a safe, positive learning environment.
• Pay tuition regularly and on time.
• Do not post or participate in any negative discussions about the studio and/or a student/parent member of the ROM family on social media.
• Gossip of any kind about teachers, other dancers and ROM is not permitted.
• Work and cooperate with the teacher, office manager, and or director to resolve concerns involving your

child(ren).
• Any grievances should be addressed the office management. It is the discretion of office management

whether the director shall be notified.

Consequences:

  • Any conduct contradicting this code could result in the need for the party involved to reconsider their participation in classes at Range of Motion.

  • A first violation will result in a phone call from the director or office manager and will serve as a first and only warning.

  • A second violation may result in removal from ROM at the discretion of the director.

  • Under these circumstances, the director reserves the right to withhold any deposits on costumes, tuition, production or rehearsal fees.

  • Contradiction of the code of conduct includes but is not limited to:

    - Verbal, physical, or emotional abuse of teachers, staff, director, students or other parents including via electronic and/or social media.

    - Failure by parents/guardians to meet financial obligations.
    - Failure to comply with the rules and policies of Range of Motion as set forth by the studio and in the Code of Conduct