Behavior Sample Clauses

Behavior. 1. Students must respect each other.
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Behavior. 1. Willful or negligent violation of the personnel rules and regulations, administrative regulations, resolutions, ordinances, and departmental rules, regulations, and policies;
Behavior. Coaches, players and institutional personnel must remember that they are representatives of an institution of higher learning, its faculty, administration and student body. As such, they are expected to conduct themselves in a manner which would reflect credit on their team, institution, region and the NJCAA. Student-athletes, coaches and institutional personnel who are participating in NJCAA events are subject to all NJCAA rules, regulations and penalties as stated in the NJCAA Handbook as well as local, state and federal laws. Inappropriate and unacceptable behavior by coaches, players or institutional personnel will not be tolerated before, during, or after contests; at the hotel or in public while representing their college. This Code of Conduct does not replace Article XVIII of the NJCAA Handbook. Unacceptable forms of behavior include, but are not limited to:
Behavior. The following behaviors are not permitted on YMCA Camp Xxxxxx property: nudity in any form, any type of indecent behaviors, alcohol, non-prescription narcotics or any unlawful drugs or substances.
Behavior.  Patrons shall not behave in a manner that jeopardizes the safety & health of themselves and others. Running, rough play, pushing, snapping of towels, use of squirt guns, acrobatics, dunking or holding persons underwater, excessive noise, wrestling, fighting and use of abusive/profane language is not permitted.  Spitting, spouting of water, blowing nose, urinating and defecating in the pool is not permitted.  Socializing with or distracting lifeguards from their duties is not permitted. Refer all questions to Head Lifeguard or Aquatics Manager.  Prolonged underwater swimming or “breath holding” is not permitted.  Diving is not permitted from the pool deck or from the side of the pool. In addition, back dives, flips, can-openers, cartwheels or forcing others into the water from any side of the pool are also not permitted.  Only lifeguards are permitted on the lifeguard stands. FROG SLIDE  Slide feet first only and one rider at a time.  Wait to slide until the landing area is clear.  An adult must supervise children under 6 years of age.  No running on or around the slide.  Do not climb on the frog or nets.  Designed for children 10 years of age & under. LAZY RIVER  Use of lazy river is restricted to persons 42 inches and taller. Persons must also be able to swim unassisted to the exit.  One rider per tube.  Certain times will be designated for walking and inner tube use. DIVING BOARD  Persons that are pregnant and persons with heart conditions or back/neck trouble are advised NOT to use the diving board.  Diving is not permitted from the sides of the pool.  Only one person at a time is permitted on the board and ladder.  Divers must dive straight off of the diving board.  Only one bounce per dive is permitted.  Xxxxxx must wait until the person in front of him/her has reached the side of the pool before diving.  Divers must swim directly over to the nearest ladder after diving.  When the diving board is in use, non-divers may not be in the diving area of the pool.  Swimming under the diving board or hanging from the board is not permitted. LANE AREAS  The roped off area is for continuous lap swimming.  Persons wishing to swim in the lap lanes must be able to swim a full length of the pool without assistance and without stopping. Holding on to a fellow swimmer, lane line or wall is not permitted.  Swimmers may be required to share lanes.  Swimmers shall swim in a single file fashion.  If sharing a lane, swim in a counter-clockwis...
Behavior. All members, families, and any individual assigned and approved to pick-up or drop-off members must show respect for staff and other members at all times while at the Clubinappropriate behavior of others may impact the membership of a child • All members are expected to select a weekly schedule of activities and are encouraged to participate in selected activities as scheduled • Use of foul language is not permitted at the Club • Verbal abuse is not allowed at the Club, including the use of racial slurs, and negative descriptive terms
Behavior. Any student who is a member of an athletic team who displays disrespect to teachers in school or in the community, or has damaged school, community, or personal property, or has otherwise behaved in any manner to reflect discredit on themselves, their school, or their community, will be suspended from extracurricular participation for such length of time that is decided by the administration.
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Behavior. Point out that coaches/chaperones will address any behavior issues should they occur during the trip.
Behavior. Residents are accountable for any behavior that infringes on individual and group rights and/or jeopardizes the health and safety of individuals and property. All residents must abide by the regulations in this Agreement, as well as Framingham State policies (as outlined in the Framingham State Ram Student Handbook; Guide to Residence Living; and/or other official publications and notices) and local, State and Federal laws and regulations. Behavior in violation of policies or regulations may result in the resident’s dismissal from the residence halls and/or other sanctions in accordance with Framingham State administrative procedures. Residents who are required to leave residency due to disciplinary sanctions related to a Framingham State policy violation or termination of this Agreement for behavioral reasons are not eligible for a refund of room or meal plan charges. Residents are responsible for the behavior of their guests and a guest’s behavior will be imputed to the host resident.
Behavior. Residents are responsible for complying with all policies and regulations as set forth by University Housing (see Resident Guidebook) and/or the University. University Housing has a ZERO TOLERANCE policy for unacceptable behavior. Drugs, weapons, vandalism, fighting, alcohol, and other behaviors not conducive to the educational mission of the university and residential community will not be tolerated. Residents in violation may be immediately removed from the residence hall; no room fee credits are given for disciplinary removal. In addition, residents are expected to comply with all national, state, and local laws. These policies and regulations clearly state some behaviors students must do and some specific behaviors that student must not do if they wish to remain associated with the University. If the chapter removes a resident of the organizational house from the membership, the resident and chapter must notify University Housing with 24 hours of this decision to arrange for relocation of the dismissed member. If a resident is removed from active membership and chooses to not relocate on campus, he/she is considered a cancelled applicant, meaning the resident is not eligible for a credit of any of the room charges (application fee, prepayment, room fee).
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