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Youth Enrichment Handbook for Parents 2016 - 2017

Registration Programs: The City of Henderson’s Henderson Happenings, your guide to recreation and leisure activities, lists all programs offered during a specific period. Please check for additional program information and read the registration guidelines to ensure proper placement. You must complete a separate registration form for each child in each program to ensure proper enrollment. Programs included are Kids Zone and Teen Kamp. Space is limited so it is advisable to register as early as possible. Registration is held at the site locations for Summer Fun (during program dates and times only). See the Summer Fun entry for additional details. Advanced Safekey/Teen Scene registration is offered at select recreation centers prior to the start of school. Once school is in session, registration is ongoing at each site during program hours. However, payments must be made online or at one of our recreation centers. Telephone Use: Telephones at our program locations are for business use only. In case of an emergency, please call the main recreation center number for center-based programs (see inside front cover for a list of numbers). Emergency calls for Youth Enrichment programs held at elementary and middle schools should be directed to 702-267-4100. School district telephones in the multipurpose rooms and cafeterias are not for public use. Please do not call the school office. A parent, guardian or emergency contact will be notified if an emergency situation should arise or if your child becomes ill. Lunch & Snacks: Please pack nutritional lunches and snacks (optional). Snacks are provided for afternoon Safekey/Teen Scene only. Our recreation centers have vending areas where basic items may be purchased. Off-site locations do not have access to vending machines. Please send coins only; recreation centers cannot make change. Children are responsible for their own money and the use of the vending machines is at their own risk. We do not have the ability to refrigerate or microwave lunches or snacks. Depending on the location and qualifying area, the city hosts a free breakfast and lunch opportunity for children enrolled in these programs. Water Bottles: Water bottles are allowed provided the bottle has a closed top and the child’s first and last name are clearly written on it. All water bottles left at the end of the day will be thrown out. SITE RULES & CODE OF CONDUCT 12 • Safety is our priority. Participants are not permitted to leave their assigned group without a staff leader and must be signed out according to program procedures upon exiting the program. • Appropriate attire is required (see page 11). • Do not arrive prior to program start, as no supervision is available. • Please eat prior to arriving at the programs as food and drinks are not allowed in the gyms. • It is the responsibility of the parent/guardian to update emergency information and personal information on forms (address changes, telephone numbers – work, home, emergency, cellular, and individuals authorized to pick up your child). • Respect instructors, leaders, yourself and others.


Youth Enrichment Handbook for Parents 2016 - 2017
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