Junior Archery Program
It is expected that all archers involved in the Junior Archery Program run by the Central Alberta Archers Association (CAAA), be responsible for their behaviour.
It is our belief that cooperation and communication among all parties will lead to the best results and understanding. We encourage you to review this contract with your children so that they have a clear understanding of our expectations.
Archers shall conduction themselves so as to reasonably comply with the following code of conduct:
- Be diligent in pursuing the sport of archery.
- Attend the archery lessons regularly and punctually.
- Co-operate with everyone authorized by (CAAA) to provide the archery programs and other activities.
- Comply with the rules of the Archery Centre.
- Account to the coaches for conduct.
- Respect the rights of others.
If problem behaviours occur, the following strategies will be employed:
- The archer will be actively involved in the discussion of the incident and clearly aware of the nature of misconduct and follow-up consequences. If necessary, the other students will be interviewed to obtain accurate information regarding the misconduct.
- Consequences will be described to the archer and arrangements made to implement the consequences.
At the discretion of coaches and the CAAA executive, the consequences may include:
- Sitting out for the duration of the lesson.
- Suspension for an agreed number of lessons.
- Suspension for the rest of the session.
Parents: Please DO NOT drop your archer off in the parking lot. Due to safety issues and a past experience, we strongly request that you DO NOT drop off in the parking lot and drive away. Parents are required to come in to the lanes and sign your archer(s) IN and OUT to ensure there is actually class that evening BEFORE you leave to run errands, etc. If you are leaving, please ensure you return a minimum of 15 minutes prior to the end of class pickup time. CAAA is not culpable for children left when there are no classes.
By signing this contract you confirm having read and discussed this contract with your child and you are both aware of the consequences their actions may have.