Behavior Sample Clauses

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 representing the NJCAA or NJCAA member colleges 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. I understand that aggressive dogs are not permitted to attend Pawlins, and that if my dog acts aggressively or exhibits unacceptable behavior that they may be separated from the other dogs. Pawlins will use reasonable efforts to consult pet parents about behavioral issues and ways to address them, however some dogs may be asked not to return to Pawlins.
Behavior. Members are expected to act like responsible adults. No pornography or sexual activity on premise (reason for immediate eviction) , no cussing, no fighting, no stealing, no lying, and no behavior that is not conducive to recovery. The living rooms, dining room, kitchens and yard are common areas. Rules of common courtesy, respect, cleanliness, and cooperation are in order. Content of conversations and language must be appropriate at all time in the outside common area. There are children next door that do not need some of our education.
Behavior. Verbal or physical intimidation, bullying, racial, ethnic or religious slurs of any kind, verbal or physical harassment or threats to residents, residents’ guests, site staff, or contracted vendors, or any activity or behavior that is disruptive to the security or quiet enjoyment of the property by others is not permitted. Residents are responsible for the actions of their guests and family members while on the property. Victims should report such incidents to the police and the management office. . Residents and/or Resident’s guests are not to congregate or loiter in hallways, stairwells, parking lot or grounds other than for planned events or to monitor children’s play. Residents are prohibited from violating local curfew ordinances, engaging in any gang-related activity or interfering with any police activity. Residents are responsible for the behavior of their children and paying for damages caused by their children or guests.
Behavior. Members are expected to act like responsible adults. Stealing is unacceptable includingBorrowingfood and will be treated as theft (reason for immediate eviction) . The living rooms, dining room, kitchens and yard are common areas. Rules of common courtesy, respect, cleanliness, and cooperation are in order. Content of conversations and language must be appropriate at all time in the outside common areas. There are children next door that do not need some of our education. Arthur’s Place House Manager or members must approve overnight passes and they must follow individual leveling. Residents are not allowed overnight passes their first 14 days. The house must approve resident who wishes to be gone more than 24 hours. In addition, all chores must be covered, all Program Fees must be current, and enrollee must be in overall good standing. All emergencies and extenuating circumstances must be immediately reported to the Arthur’s Place manager/ Coordinator. A member who does not follow all the Zero Tolerance House Rules is subject to immediate expulsion.
Behavior. All users must refrain from abusive or insulting behavior towards Licensor’s staff and other Garage users.
Behavior. Expected behavior on the part of each chid is essential to the success of the Pegasus classroom. The Pegasus program will follow the District’s student code of conduct with respect to defining and categorizing infractions. Further, the Pegasus program will follow the campusdefined discipline policies to the extent that are age appropriate for 3 and 4 year olds. Discipline must be:
Behavior. We do not discriminate or refuse service based on race, nationality, and/or gender. We reserve the right to refuse service for any individual(s) which have spoken with a member of The Edge Team and Edge Team Management regarding improper, discriminatory, and/or rude behavior.
Behavior. 1. All Occupants are required to observe the rules of morality, hygiene, cleanliness, politeness and courtesy specific to any camper worthy of the name. Those responsible for arguing, nudism, exhibitionism, outrageous behavior or vulgar language will be EXPULSED IMMEDIATELY and may be prosecuted legally.