Policies

Policies

Parent Observation:

We do offer a waiting area at the gym for your convenience. Parents are not allowed in the gym area. This policy enables our staff to retain their students full attention ensuring they receive a quality class, each class. We ask that parents please do not talk with your child during class time. A child’s contact with their parents can be very limiting to their class progress and could become a safety hazard due to a lack of concentration from the child. Any time you would like to understand and/or discuss what your child is working on in class, please ask their instructor. Our staff is always willing to talk to you.

Dress Code:

Long hair must be pulled back.
No jewelry, please
Female gymnast wear a leotard (no particular style or color).
Male gymnast & cheerleading students wear gym shorts and t-shirt. No shorts or shirts with buttons or zippers, please.
All gymnastics students go bare foot in class.
Cheerleading and tumbling students should wear tennis shoes.

**This dress code is for safety reasons, Please make sure your child is dressed appropriately for each class.

Lost & Found:

Articles left in the gym are placed in our lost and found. If your child is missing any items, please notify the desks or one of our staff. World Class Gymnastics and Cheerleading is not responsible for anything lost or left in the facility. From time to time, we donate all unclaimed items to charity.

Other gym rules & policies:

  1. No chewing gum or food allowed in gym area. Drinks such as water or Gatorade are allowed in approved containers.
  2. Parents and visitors are not allowed on the gym floor or equipment.
  3. No smoking inside the gym.
  4. Children not in class must sit with parent or guardian.
  5. Please drive carefully in the parking lot.

Health Policy:
COMMUNICABLE DISEASES RE-ADMITTANCE POLICY

Any child suspected of having a communicable disease shall be removed from the facility. Such person may not return without medical authorization, or until the signs and symptoms of the disease are no longer present for a period of at least 24 hours.

  • Chickenpox – All lesions are dry and crusted.
  • Impetigo – (blisters covered with honey-colored crusts) – at least 24 hours after the start of medication.
  • Conjunctivitis (“Pink Eye” defined as a redness of the eye with burning and thick purulent discharge and/or edema) – at least 24 hours after the start of medication as this is a highly contagious disease.
  • Lice and Scabies – 24 hours after following medical treatment
  • Pin Worms – no restrictions following medical treatment.
  • Hepatitis – Physician’s statement required for re-admittance.
  • Strep Throat – No sooner than 48 hours after the start of oral medication or 24 hours after an injection.
  • Giardia – Following medical treatment.

Note: Minor bruises, scratches and scrapes are treated as such. You will be notified should something occur which we feel requires the attention of a physician. Source: Department of Health and Rehabilitative Services Regulations.

Our policy for NOT attending gym is as follows:

  • Fever – Auxiliary temperature over 99 (toddlers) or oral temperature of 100 degrees. A child should be fever free for 24 hours before returning to the gym.
  • Behavior – If a child looks or acts differently, awake all night and crying, unusually tired, pale, lack of appetite, irritable or restless.
  • Respiratory – Difficult or rapid breathing and/or wheezing.
  • Vomiting – A child must be free of all vomiting symptoms for 24 hours before returning to gym.
  • Diarrhea – More than one abnormally loose stool within a 24 hour period that is not related to medications or food reactions. A child may return to gym 24 hours after a normal bowel movement.
  • Rash – Undiagnosed rash other than heat rash.
  • Ringworm – A child may return to gym after a 24 hour period from beginning treatment. Upon return, the infected area must be completely covered until gone.
  • Sore Throat – Sore throat that needs culturing because other sign are present.
  • Any Colored Nasal Discharge
  • Coughing – Severe coughing, causing the child to become red or blue in the face or that makes a whooping sound.
  • Skin Lesions – Exposed, open skin lesions must be completely covered until gone. Any other unusual signs or symptoms of illness