The YWCA Hub is a safe place to go after school to be physically active, work on homework, socialize and learn to be responsible members of society. In order to impart the ideals of the YWCA Northcentral PA, we follow a strike policy in dealing with behavior and positive guidance.
If a program participant is breaking any of the rules set forth in the YWCA Hub policies or is behaving in a disrespectful manner to any person or property, that student will be given a warning.
Strike 1: If a second warning is issued in the same day, the participant will be asked to gather their belongings and go to the lobby to call their parent/guardian so that they may leave the program for the remainder of the day. The participant will be permitted to return the following day that YWCA Hub is offered.
Strike 2: If the same individual is asked to leave a second day in a row, the participant will not be permitted to return for seven days beginning the following day.
Strike 3: If the same individual is asked to leave for a third time, they will not be permitted to return for 30 days beginning the following day.
Strike 4: If the same individual is asked to leave a fourth time, that participant will not be permitted to return to the program.
Our goal within the YWCA Hub is to teach our young adults respect, compassion and responsibility. As with any offense, we will always take the time to discuss the incident with the participant and what they can do to make better choices in the future.
Any questions, concerns, or recommendations are always welcomed and encouraged – please direct these to Erin Scholl at firstname.lastname@example.org or 570-322-4637 ext. 124.