Be respectful. Harassment and abuse are never tolerated. If you are in a situation that makes you uncomfortable at a Teens in AI event, if the event itself is creating an unsafe or inappropriate environment, or if interacting with a Teens in AI representative or event organizer makes you uncomfortable, please report it using the procedures included in this document.
The BBYO Code of Conduct is designed with the health, safety and well-being of teens, staff, advisors and participants in mind. Teens are expected to adhere to these expectations and to act in accordance with the values of BBYO so that they are seen as role models within BBYO and the community at-large. In some situations, more specific rules may be required to ensure safety.
Tantrums, defiance, moodiness, intense emotions, impulsive and reckless conduct. Sometimes it may be hard to believe, but no, your teenager is not an alien being from a distant planet. Your teen may be taller than you and seem mature in some respects, but often they are simply unable to think things through on an adult level.
Like it or not, the means of communication our children use have changed drastically over the past decade. They are far less eager to call or meet each other, but are constantly available online in social networks. This effort is futile because a teenager will do it when his peers do, not willing to become an outcast.
We welcome and encourage your use of the Burbank Public Library. Any violation of these Library rules or the commission of other Illegal conduct in the Library may be addressed in the following manner:. Appeal of Suspension.
Teens usually benefit from having specific boundaries in which to stay. A code of conduct might serve effectively to communicate your expectations for your teenager. As you formulate an appropriate code of conduct, consider the overall goal of the code, which should be safety for, and outgoing respect extended to, everyone.
Due to allegedly inappropriate behavior by teens, the East Lansing Public Library now has designated areas for the age group, labeled with signs that alert visitors to the area being monitored. Other parts of the library have signs that designate the spot as a quiet area. During recent renovations, a Teen Center and Maker Space were added for teens, but these spaces were not previously labeled with these signs.
As parents, you have likely set rules and behavior standards for your children. When they're young, rules such as "no hitting," "share your toys" and "say 'please' and 'thank you'" are the norm, but you need additional behavior guidelines as your youngsters become teenagers. Consider the rules and codes of contact of teen-centric organizations when establishing the rules for your teens at home.
A teen that exhibits disruptive, aggressive, or defiant behavior is bound to become persona non grata in the school and social settings. These teens have a propensity to picking fights with others and to disregard social norms, making them unpleasant to be around. It is characterized by persistently hostile behavior as well as even sociopathic traits, such as lacking a sense of conscience or feelings of remorse for the emotional or physical pain they inflict on others.
The Board of Trustees believes that patrons of the Champaign Public Library have the right to use library materials and services without being disturbed or impeded by other library users; that patrons and staff have the right to a secure and comfortable environment; and that staff and patrons have the right to materials and facilities that are in good condition. Persons who refuse to comply with the Rules of Conduct may lose their library privileges. The library reserves the right to remove any person whose behavior is disruptive, is inappropriate for a library environment, or interferes with the use of the library by others.