- using behavior that will help them learn on field study times;
a. listening to and following instructions
b. cooperating and participating in activities
c. respecting the rights of others to participate and learn
- getting along with adults, student leaders and other students;
- participating in all activities;
- cooperating with all students and staff;
- respecting the rights and belongings of others;
- listening to and following instructions;
- using appropriate language;
- following the Outdoor School rules for behavior and safety.
When students are at Outdoor School there are some behaviors that are considered serious problems. These include:
- refusing to follow instructions or directions;
- bullying, pushing, shoving, intimidating other students;
- behaving in a stubborn manner to staff;
- play fighting and physical horseplay;
- disrupting Outdoor School activities;
- refusing to participate in Outdoor School activities.
Behaviors that threaten other students and staff or put the student or other students and staff in
- mean that the student will be sent home immediately;
- be reported to the student’s school and further consequences may result.
Behaviors that will result in being sent home and may result in further consequences include:
- violent acts against staff or students;
- theft or vandalism;
- possession of alcohol, tobacco products, narcotics, or dangerous drugs;
- possession of a weapon;
- overt sexual behaviors toward students or staff;
- running away from supervision.