Rules

A Word About Standards, Codes and Rules

Because we have standards, rules and codes of conduct does not mean we want to have a "legalistic"  approach to our organization. We actually despise rules, but rules is what we have to enforce when someone begins to operate outside of the "Spirit of the Law". In a diverse culture with many variations of standards, it is necessary for everyone to know what kind of an organization we are and what kind of standards we have. These are outward standards set to attempt to have Christ-like modesty in the particular time and culture we are in. We desire a "spirit of the law" approach as opposed to a letter of the law approach.

Rules of Conduct

  • Disrespectful and bad attitudes of students will not be tolerated.
  • For non-married persons, there is not to be any kissing, hand holding, bear hugs, arms around each other or any other public displays of affection at or around Nexus activities. This is regardless of what parents may allow.
  • No bullying of any kind.
  • No drugs, alcohol, tobacco including e-cigarettes are allowed at Nexus activities.
  • Foul language is not allowed.
  • Any activity which is customarily or culturally considered homosexual or other perverted activity, by our Christian standards, will apologetically not be acceptable.
  • There will be no leaving and returning to the prom, once the student leaves, they may not return. If they must get something from their car, they must have permission to leave and may be escorted by security.