Adventure Club Handbook


Adventure Club


 Policy of Non-Discrimination

TheWarrensburgR-VISchool Districtdoes not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, sex, national origin, ancestry, disability, age, genetic information or any other characteristic protected by law in its programs and activities and provides equal access to the Boy Scouts and other designated youth groups. The following person has been designated to handle inquiries regarding the non-discrimination policies:

Dr. Michael Scott, Assistant Superintendent,438 E. Market St.Warrensburg,MO64093

(660) 747-7823. For further information on discrimination on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex, disability, or age, visit for the address and phone number of the U.S. Department of Education, Office for Civil Rights enforcement office that serves your area, or call 1-800-421-3481.

504 Public Notice

The Warrensburg R-VI School District, as a recipient of federal financial assistance from the United States Department of Education and operates a public elementary or secondary education program and/or activity, is required to undertake to identify and locate every qualified person residing in the District who is not receiving a public education; and take appropriate steps to notify disabled persons and their parents or guardians of the District's duty.

The Warrensburg R-VI School District assures that it will provide a free appropriate public education (FAPE) to each qualified disabled person in the District's jurisdiction regardless of the nature or severity of the person's disability. For purposes of Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973, the provision of an appropriate education is the provision of regular or special and related aids and services that (i) are designed to meet individual educational needs of disabled persons as adequately as the needs of nondisabled persons are met and (ii) are based on adherence to procedures that satisfy the requirements of the 504 federal regulations.

Public Notice

All responsible public agencies are required to locate, evaluate, and identify children with disabilities who are under the jurisdiction of the agency, regardless of the severity of the disability, including children attending private schools, children who live outside the district but are attending a private school within the district, highly mobile children, such as migrant and homeless children, children who are wards of the state, and children who are suspected of having a disability and in need of special education even though they are advancing from grade to grade. The Warrensburg R-VI School District assures that it will provide a free, appropriate public education (FAPE) to all eligible children with disabilities between the ages of 3 and 21 under its jurisdiction. Disabilities include autism, deaf/blindness, emotional disorders, hearing impairment and deafness, mental retardation/intellectual disability, multiple disabilities, orthopedic impairment, other health impairments, specific learning disabilities, speech or language impairment, traumatic brain injury, visual impairment/blindness and young child with a developmental delay.

The Warrensburg R-VI School District assures that it will provide information and referral services necessary to assist the State in the implementation of early intervention services for infants and toddlers eligible for the Missouri First Steps program.

The Warrensburg R-VI School District assures that personally identifiable information collected, used, or maintained by the agency for the purposes of identification, evaluation, placement or provision of FAPE of children with disabilities may be inspected and/or reviewed by their parents/guardians. Parents/guardians may request amendment to the educational record if the parent/guardian believes the record is inaccurate, misleading, or violates the privacy or other rights of their child. Parents have the right to file complaints with the U.S. Department of Education or the Missouri Department of Elementary and Secondary Education concerning alleged failures by the district to meet the requirements of the Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA).

The Warrensburg R-VI School District has developed a Local Compliance Plan for the implementation of State Regulations for the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA). This plan contains the agency's policies and procedures regarding storage, disclosure to third parties, retention and destruction of personally identifiable information and the agency's assurances that services are provided in compliance with the General Education Provision Act (GEPA). This plan may be reviewed at Central Office, 438 E. Market, Monday-Friday, 8:00am - 4:00pm. This notice will be provided in native languages as appropriate.






6:00 a.m. Program Opens

6:00 - 7:00 Choice of indoor activity centers

7:00 - 7:35 Choice of small and large group activities with individual choices

 available. Outside time an option- weather permitting.

7:35-7:50 Clean up and get released to school. 





3:20 - 3:50 School dismisses and students travel on school buses from Ridge View and Martin Warren  Elementary schools. Martin Warren and Ridgeview students walk with staff directly to the  centers. Staff signs in the children and briefly informs each group of the day's planned activities and the snack.

3:20 - 4:15 Snack, then time allotted for completing homework and socializing.

4:15-5:15 Small group class time.

5:15 - 5:45 Large group activities and/or individual activity choice time

5:45-6:00 Clean up and prepare to go home.

6:00 p.m. Program closes




We stress a well rounded curriculum, providing lessons and activities to develop the whole child including experiences to help them discover their strengths in an exploratory learning environment. Staff receives regular feedback from students, and students are involved in the planning process and in student-led activities.




A Program Director will manage the mentors Program. The Adventure Club  staff serves as positive role models and provides care that is personal, nurturing, warm, and responsive to all children. All staff members have experience working with school age children. Many are UCM students majoring in education or other child-related studies. All are required to participate in child care training opportunities, and the staff meets on a regular basis for program development.




Before School Care begins at 6:00 a.m. A bus picks up children to take them to their own schools. Students may eat breakfast when they arrive at their school if parents choose this option. 

After School Care begins at 3:20 p.m. and dismisses at 6:00 p.m.

The School Age Community will be open two hours earlier on Collaboration Days, and from 6:00am-6:00pm on Full Days

Full day care from 6:00 a.m. - 6:00 p.m. is open to children enrolled in either the Before School or After School Program and is contingent upon a minimum number of children signed up to meet expenses. Sign up sheets will be available for full days at least one month in advance, with a deadline for enrollment/cancellation.






1. Parents or authorized individual must sign the child IN each morning at the Before School Program and OUT at the After School Program with the time and signature.

2. Children will be released from the facility ONLY to the child's custodial parent(s), guardian(s), or authorized person. Authorized persons will be listed in writing on the enrollment form by the parent(s) or guardian(s) of the child. In an emergency, you may call in a change of person authorized to pick up your child, but we prefer written notice in advance when possible.

3. In the event that a court-ordered legal custody situation develops whereby a parent or parents are not allowed to pick up the child/ren without your consent, we ask that you provide us with the original court document to verify that you have legal custody.

4. If you should need to take your child from school before the close of the day, please notify the site coordinator by phoning 747-8313. We also appreciate your informing us when your child will be absent.




1. Children may eat breakfast at their school upon arrival. Parents need to make payment arrangements for this with their child's school.

2. A nutritious snack will be offered to all children during the After School Program.

3. We do not allow children to bring gum or candy to the  Program.




At the beginning of the school year, new families are invited to a Parent/Child Open House before the first day of school to alleviate concerns about participation in our programs.

During the year as new families enroll, they are given a tour of the site and encouraged to visit while a program is in session.




We respect the privacy of the contents of your child's file. Should you wish to review its contents, you need only ask the Director to get the file for you.


Permission slips for children to leave the site for a field trip must be signed by parents/guardians.




Please alert the staff when joyful or stressful events occur that may affect your child, (e.g. birth of a sibling, illness, change in family structure, death in family, moving). We will seek to provide extra support for children trying to deal with events that are outside their normal experiences.




1. Children will not be left alone or unsupervised.

2. Fire, tornado, intruder and earthquake drills will be implemented on a regular basis.

3. Fire and weather emergency plans are posted in each room used by the program.

4. Health records for each child are kept on site.

5. Emergency transportation authorization is kept for each child.

6. Documentation of a child's injury or accident will be kept on an accident report form. Information will be shared with family and a copy will kept on file.

7. SAC teachers are mandatory reporters of suspected cases of child abuse and neglect and must notify the local public children's service agency (Division of Family Services) if child abuse and/or neglect are suspected.

All staff members are required to annually view the district's training videos provided on-line concerning child abuse, bullying, substance abuse, and internet safety.

8. If there is a need for evacuation, all students will be evacuated to a designated area which will be selected at the time of the emergency. The locations will be:

First Christian Church (101 East Gay Street)

FirstBaptistChurch(1302 South Maguire Street), or

First Assembly of God Church (240 NW 13 Highway).

Because of our proximity to the railroad, if there were a hazardous material spill, we may choose the churches far south of the school (FirstBaptistChurch) or far north of the school (First Assembly of God).




Children may go outside for play, weather permitting. Parents are expected to dress their children accordingly. Children needing to stay indoors for health reasons should bring a note from home regarding this change.




Since our program provides a wide variety of toys and games, we prohibit children from using these items at our program.  These include (but not limited to): any and all electronic devices (such as cell-phones, iPads, Kindles, pagers, laptops, smartwatches, etc), toys, games, art supplies, and any other items deemed inappropriate or disruptive. These items must remain in the students backpacks at all times. The staff cannot be responsible for their safe return. If students fail to adhere to this policy, the item will be taken away and kept at the front office to be released to the parent/guardian.

Because there are so many children involved in this program, it is very important that all clothing (coats, mittens, hats, scarves, etc.) be clearly labeled with your child’s name.  This would also include backpacks and lunch boxes.


Missouri law requires that children with contagious diseases must be excluded from school until medical clearance is received. If you suspect or know that your child has a contagious disease, please notify our program staff and your child's health office
  1. Any child showing signs of illness shall be isolated until he/she leaves the program site.  A staff member will comfort and observe the child periodically. Parents will be notified and expected to pick up the child as soon as they are contacted. Children will NOT be allowed to attend school or adventure club the following day. The appropriate school nurse/secretary will be notified.

    A student cannot be in attendance and shall be sent home if any of the following occur:

    • Parasites (head lice, scabies, and intestinal parasites)

    • Fever (an oral temperature of 100.2º F or above) – Students may be readmitted to the program when there has been no fever in the preceding 24 hours without medication to reduce fever.

    • Generalized skin rash (all over the body) or a rash that has not been identified by a physician.

    • Persistent cough, earache, running ear, sore throat, or other symptoms related to communicable diseases such as swollen glands. (A sore throat that is accompanied by fever and enlarged nodules in the neck can be serious. Strep throat is always a concern and should be diagnosed and treated by a physician Untreated strep infections can produce serious complications.)

    • Vomiting, nausea, diarrhea (anti-nausea drugs are not recommended unless ordered by your physician). Contact your physician if the vomiting and diarrhea last longer than 24 hours or become severe.

    Children may NOT return to the SAC program or their school the following day. They may only return after the following day IF antibiotic treatment has begun (if necessary), a physician has cleared them, and/or the child is sign/symptom-free without medication (as applicable).

    If children have been exposed to a communicable disease within the program site, parents of enrolled and incoming children shall be notified.  We also appreciate you informing us of any communicable diseases to which your child has been exposed away from the program.


    Immediate treatment shall be obtained for a child who sustains a minor injury such as a scratch, scrape, or insect bites, etc. In addition, the child’s parent will be notified by an Ouch! Form at pick up.

    If a major injury to a child occurs, the staff will notify parents immediately. If the child requires emergency medical care, the staff will follow the parent’s written instructions provided on the enrollment form.  Any time a child receives a hit, fall, or bump that involves the head, then parent will be notified. An incident report will be completed and a copy given to the parent.


    A medication intake form is required for staff to administer any medication to a student.  The form is available at the front office. Medications must be in their prescription bottles, with administration instructions that are the same as instructions written on the intake form.  We cannot administer medication other than as prescribed by the doctor. Over the counter medications must also be as indicated on the instructions.



Our  program is licensed by the Missouri Department of Health and Senior Services Child Care Center. Parents and guardians may read the licensing regulations at any time by simply asking the Director for a copy of the booklet.

Adventure Club Behavior Intervention Policy


Violent Behavior


Physical Violence

  • Including assault (hitting, biting, hair-pulling, kicking, etc.) of another child, staff member, volunteer, one’s self, or any other person at the Adventure Club program.
  • Including destruction of school property, or the property of others.
  • Including the threat of physical violence toward any other person at the Adventure Club program or one’s self.

Intervention Process:

ÿ First Offense:

o Child is removed from the group and the parent is called to pick up. Use of Non-Violent Crisis Intervention techniques and the safe room if the student is a threat to others or themselves.

o The child processes the event with program staff.

o An incident report and other necessary documents are completed and signed by a parent.

o Child is suspended for 3 days.

ÿ Second Offense:

o Same as above, except the child is suspended for 1 week.

ÿ Third Offense:

o Child is suspended permanently from the Adventure Club program.

ÿ In severe cases, the child may be permanently suspended on the First or Second Offense.

Verbal Violence

  • Including the use of profanity or name calling directed at another person at Adventure Club

Intervention Process:

ÿ First Offense:

o Child is immediately removed from the group and parent is called to pick up.

o The child processes the event with a staff member.

o An incident report and other necessary documents are completed and signed by a parent.

ÿ Second Offense:

o Same as above, except the child is suspended for a period of 3 days.

ÿ Third and Further Repeating Offenses:

o Same as above, except the child will be suspended from the program for a period of one week.


Non-Violent Behavior


ÿ Child is given three verbal warnings.

ÿ If behavior persists, the child is removed from the group to a safe seat.

ÿ The child processes with the program staff after a time-out period of 10 minutes or less.

ÿ The child returns to the group.

ÿ If behavior persists, the child is given one warning.

ÿ If the behavior persists, the child is removed from the group and may choose to either do homework or read until a parent/authorized pick-up arrives.

Adventure Club provides necessary modifications and accommodations for students that have an Individualized Education or 504 plans, in order to help each child be successful in the program. Behavior interventions are modified accordingly for non-violent behavior, however the violent behavior consequences will apply.

The following defines the difference between part time and full time status for your children at Adventure Club.

You must let the office know at least a week in advance if you will be gone on vacations or your account will be charged. If your child is absent due to illness or other circumstances, your account will still be charged for that day.

Payment needs to be paid the Thursday before the service. If you do not make your payments on the due date your account will be charged with a late fee of $5 each week your get behind. If you are more than two weeks behind on your payment your child will not be able to attend Adventure Club until your balance paid off.

If you have any questions ask Megan in the office.
Thank You.
Absence Form

In the event that your child will be absent from Adventure Club for a week or more, we will not charge you for this time if you let us know at least a week in advance. Please complete the following to submit an absence.

Child’s Name:________________________________________________

Weeks that your child will be absent:







Date Returning:


Parent Signature:_______________________________________________________________


(Must be a week/7 days prior to week of absence)

Warrensburg R6 Adventure Club
Un-Enrollment Form

I am un-enrolling my child(ren), _______________________________

from the Adventure Club program effective ________________________.

If your child will be returning at a future date…

Date Returning:______________________________________________

Parent Signature:_____________________________________________



For Office Use:

Amount Due by Last Day:___________________________________