A code of conduct for The Kids Karate Club Programs typically outlines the expectations and standards of behavior for both students and instructors. 
Here's an example of what it might include:

Students are expected to show respect to their instructors, fellow students, and the facilities at all times. This includes listening attentively when instructions are given, speaking politely, and treating others with kindness and consideration.

Discipline is a fundamental aspect of martial arts training. Students are expected to follow instructions promptly, practice diligently, and demonstrate self-control at all times, both inside and outside of the dojo.

Safety is paramount in martial arts training. Students must adhere to all safety rules and guidelines provided by their instructors. This includes wearing appropriate protective gear, using equipment properly, and avoiding reckless behavior that could cause injury to themselves or others.

Attendance and Punctuality: 
Regular attendance and punctuality are essential for progress in martial arts. Students are expected to attend classes regularly and arrive on time. If unable to attend a class, students or their parents/guardians should notify the instructor in advance.

Hygiene and Uniform: 
Students are expected to maintain good personal hygiene and wear clean uniforms to each class. Long hair should be tied back, and jewelry should be removed to prevent injury during training.

Effort and Attitude: 
Martial arts training requires dedication, perseverance, and a positive attitude. Students are encouraged to give their best effort in each class, push themselves to improve, and maintain a positive mindset, even in the face of challenges.

Students should demonstrate good sportsmanship both in victory and defeat. This includes showing respect towards opponents, accepting defeat gracefully, and congratulating others on their achievements.

Zero Tolerance for Bullying: 
Bullying of any kind will not be tolerated within the Kids Karate Club Program. 
Students who engage in bullying behavior will face disciplinary action, which may include suspension or expulsion from the program.

Parental Involvement: 
Parents/guardians are encouraged to take an active interest in their child's martial arts training and support them in their journey. They should communicate any concerns or questions they may have with the instructors and provide encouragement and positive reinforcement to their child.

This code of conduct serves as a guideline to promote a positive and respectful learning environment within the Kids Karate Club Program, fostering the development of not only martial arts skills but also character traits such as discipline, respect, and sportsmanship.

We're The Original Kids Karate Club and Safety Time Programs 
established in 1990