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PARTICIPANT CHECK LIST
Phalanx Family Services believes that you should be informed regarding our effort to create and maintain a safe and secure environment for all students. Please read the Participant Code of Conduct and sign the document below to acknowledge your receipt and understanding.
I am the parent or guardian of the above named participant. I have received and read the Code of Conduct. I understand that by signing this document, I agree to support and promote the goals of the Summer Participant Employment Program and make every effort to work with the agencies in resolving all disciplinary matters. I understand that if my youth is dismissed, I am responsible for picking them up. As the parent/guardian of this participant, I agree to these guidelines.
The Chicago Youth Service Corp Program follows a 4-STEP procedure for addressing behavioral issues that interfere with participant learning or safety. Please refer to the CODE OF CONDUCT for acceptable program behaviors. Breaking the CODE OF CONDUCT will be handled in the following steps.
STEP ONE: WARNING —At the first sign of problems the Worksite Supervisor will place the participant on S 1 EP ONE and work with participant to find solutions to prevent the problem from occurring again. There may be consequences for the first step.
STEP TWO: WRITE UP — In STEP TWO, the participant will be removed from the worksite to work with the Worksite Supervisor. The participant will talk to the Worksite Supervisor, discuss why the problem has continued, and find solutions with the participant to correct their behavior. Together they will complete and sign an incident report.
STEP THREE: INTERVENTION — In STEP THREE, the participant is removed from the worksite to work with the Worksite Supervisor. The employment specialist or clinical team will be notified that the participant is in STEP THREE. Parents will be contacted for youth under the age of 18. Before STEP THREE is completed, the participant must sign their incident report,
STEP FOUR: DISMISSED FROM PROGRAM - In STEP FOUR, the participant is removed from the program. Parents will be contacted for youth under the age of 18. Parents will be asked to pick up youth under the age of 18 from the worksite if necessary. The participant will conference with the Worksite Supervisor.
LEAVING THE WORKSITE WITHOUT PERMISSION —AUTOMATIC DISMISSAL
VIOLENCE (violent acts, threatening remarks, gestures, etc.) AND POSSESSION OF WEAPONS —
I have read and understand the DISCIPLINE PROCEDURES and intend to stay in compliance. If I am dismissed from the program for a disciplinary issue, I agree to participate in mandatory counseling with my supervisor.
Each absence, late, and early dismissal will be recorded as excused or unexcused along with noting specific reason for absence. Excused absences are defined as: an absence due to personal illness, illness or death in the family, family travel, religious observance, quarantine, or required court appearance. Exceptions will be made on a case-by-case basis.
No distinction will be made between “excused” or “unexcused” when determining the total number of days absent from program.
Any absence, lateness, or early dismissal will be documented. It is the participant’s responsibility to notify program provider within 24 hours of absence AND to provide a written excuse upon the participants return to the worksite. The written note should include participant name, date of absence, and reason for absence. Youth fewer than 18 will be required to get a parent’s signature. Each time a participant is absent a phone call is requested; however, all absences will be recorded as unexcused until a written note is received.
When a participant exceeds the maximum number of absences, this participant will be dismissed from the program.
After 1st Absence: Program provider will give participant a warning.
After 2nd Absence: Program provider will meet with participant to address absence and create action steps to avoid any future absences.
After 3th Absence: Program provider will request a joint meeting with participant and parent if youth is under 18 as a warning that any future absences will result in program dismissal.
After 4th Absence: Participant will be dismissed from the Chicago Youth Service Corp (CYSP) Program.
Youth will be required to complete weekly time sheets. Consequences of absences from worksites will result in pay deductions.
Participants will receive paychecks or pay cards. Pay deductions will be taken from each paycheck reflecting any absences within the pay period.
State Unemployment Insurance (SUI): Due to this TEMPORARY SUBSIDIZED GOVERNMENT FUNDED Youth employment program, I AM NOT ELIGIBLE to make a claim for Unemployment Compensation.
I have read and understand the DISCIPLINE PROCEDURES and UNEMPLOYMENT DISCLOSURE STATEMENT and intend to stay in compliance. If I am dismissed from the program for a disciplinary reason, I agree to participate in mandatory counseling with my supervisor/mentor/coach.
I have participated in a program orientation with PHALANX FAMILY SERVICES and have received copies of program documents.
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