OAS Code of Conduct & Regulations
OAKVILLE ARTS STUDIO INC. CODE OF CONDUCT
Students should conduct themselves in a respectful manner with both fellow Members and Art Instructors a like.
No verbal or physical abuse will be tolerated. There will be a warning prior to cancellation of your possibility to continue developing AND attending the Studio. Students are asked to respect the work and space of other students as well as the studio environment in general. Make wise use of paints and keep their brushes and working stations clean when finished. Care and caution should be used when handling all tools, equipment, and materials used in the making of projects. **If in any case the member makes bad use of ANY material, he or she will be asked to pay the amount determined by the OAS.
**THERE WILL BE NO REFUND IF STUDIO DETERMINES TO CANCEL ANY REGISTRATION DUE TO ANY VIOLATION OF OUR CODE.
Food and Beverages:
The OAS considers this space a NUT FREE environment. After School members who attend with their snack are welcome to do so in the designated areas. Beverages on non-spill containers are accepted. Hand washing before and after snack is expected of all students.
OAS Members are asked to dress informally with casual, loose, and comfortable clothing. Any type of dress that will restrict the student from fully engaging in the art making process should not be worn. Art making is often a messy process, and children will get messy! Art aprons are provided for each member, but there will inevitably be times when an apron may not protect the entire body from paints, printing inks, and other materials that may stain clothing. Please use common sense when dressing for art class.
OAS values your consideration to have the Studio times start and finish on time. As a matter of respect to others, we appreciate your efforts to be on time before and after each time slot.
Classes missed due to personal reasons can be made up ONLY during our makeup class dates stated in the OAS Year Calendar. Statutory holidays are not considered missed classes; therefore, they cannot be made up during our makeup sessions.