Policies and Procedures
How to Dress for Gymnastics Class
A leotard is recommended but not required.
NO SKIRTS, JEANS, OR DRESSES.
Shorts, sweatpants, capris, or leggings and a t-shirt/tank top are a great choice if you do not have a leotard.
Clothing should be close fitting but not too loose/baggy. This is to prevent clothes from being caught on the equipment.
No crop tops, see through shirts, or plain sports bras without a shirt. Tummies must be covered.
Hair should be pulled back out of the child’s face.
Children will be barefoot during class.
Bad Weather & Make Up Class Policies
We do not offer make up classes for an individual gymnast's absences caused by illness or scheduling conflicts. Please check your schedule carefully before committing to a six-week session.
If a class day should fall on a holiday, we will do our best to re-schedule a make up class for the entire group.
If local schools are canceled due to inclement weather, we will decide by around noon that day whether or not gymnastics classes will be held.
Have a good attitude.
Do your best.
Stay off the equipment unless a coach tells you it’s okay.
Follow directions from your coach.
Children who do not follow the rules will be given a verbal warning then be asked to sit out for a few minutes until they are ready to participate safely.
Health and Safety
Athletes with suspected concussions will be required to sit out immediately and may not return until proper documentation is received by appropriate medical staff.
If your child is too sick to attend school, she/he is too sick to attend gymnastics class. Please keep sick children at home to rest and
be considerate of the health of other children and coaches.
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