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RSVPs & Code of Conduct

RSVP Expectations

  • Repeatedly registering for and then cancelling events may cause others to miss out on attending therefore, if we detect a pattern of this behavior, you will be subject to our RSVP Violation Procedure.
  • If you can no longer attend an event you registered for, please change your RSVP, and contact the coordinator immediately to make space for another family or allow us to adjust our expenditures.
  • Cancellations should be made no less than 24 hours before an event. Aside from TRUE emergencies or sudden illnesses, cancellations made less than 24 hours in advance:
    • May be considered a no-show and be subject to our RSVP Violation Procedure.
    • May be subject to an activity fee to cover the cost of supplies or food for your family.
  • Some events are time sensitive, for these events, arriving LATE will be subject to our RSVP Violation Procedure.
    • Arriving late may result in not being able to participate in the event.
  • We understand that emergencies (car accident, sudden illness) do arise, however, it is unacceptable to no-show without a call/text to cancel.


  • 1st Violation will result in a reminder of RSVP & event etiquette.
  • 2nd Violation will result in your family being placed on the waiting list for the next activity in which you would like to participate. Therefore, if the activity fills up you will not be able to attend.
  • 3rd Violation will result in your family's inability to attend any such activities for the remainder of the school year.



Code of Conduct

EAGLES holds to standards that would be pleasing to our Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ. We represent EAGLES and ultimately, Jesus Christ in all that we do. Matthew 18 is the standard for conflict resolution within our Christian group. 

Students and adults are expected to:

  • clean up after themselves
  • use positive and respectful language in all interactions with adults and peers
  • do not bear false witness against another child or adult in EAGLES or when reporting incidents
  • show respect to adults by listening to them, and following any rules & guidelines that have been given
  • not use tobacco products, alcohol, or illegal drugs
  • refrain from public displays of affection (i.e. kissing, excessive contact)
  • refrain from physical assault, unwanted touching, name calling, bullying, or other harmful behavior

Parents are responsible for the behavior and safety of their children at all EAGLES functions. There will be no tolerance for physical assault, unwanted touching, name calling, bullying, or other harmful behavior. Parents of misbehaving students will be notified of their child's conduct and the child may be subject to progressive discipline as outlined below. 

Behavior & Discpline Guidelines

Disregard for behavior guidelines may result in any of the following progressive discipline:

  • 1st Violation — Verbal warning to the student or adult
  • 2nd Violation — Verbal warning to student and parent
  • 3rd Violation — The student or adult may be requested to leave the activity
  • 4th Violation — The parents may be requested to accompany their teens and/or tweens to events
  • 5th Violation or Continued — disrespectful behavior may result in the family being asked to leave EAGLES

These are only guidelines, discretion and the severity of the offense will also guide our discpline decisions. EAGLES reserves the right to suspend or remove a student and/or family for serious or violent misconduct without proceeding through the progression identified above when circumstances and the good of EAGLES so require.