DASA Instructors have the right to address unsafe or disrespectful behavior in order to maintain a safe and positive environment. If the poor behavior continues, DASA will: • notify the school’s Vice Principal either by phone, email or in person. • the Vice-Principal will notify the parent(s) of the child(ren) involved.
Consequences will be determined by the Vice Principal. Misbehavior during a DASA class may result in: • suspension from that day's DASA class, • removal from the remaining DASA classes that session, or • removal from the DASA program.