Policies & Procedures
Member Code of Conduct
2) Appropriate attire should be worn at all times while on the JCC premises. This includes wearing a shirt, shorts, and shoes over your bathing suit while inside the building. Shirts are required to be worn in the fitness center. Closed-toe shoes are required while using the athletic courts, participating in fitness training and classes, and in the fitness center.
3) All members, age 7 and older, are required to have their JCC access card with them at all times while on the premises of the JCC. The loss or theft of a membership card should be immediately reported to the JCC. A membership card replacement fee of $10 will be charged for lost or stolen cards.
4) Children, age 11 and under, must be accompanied by an adult anywhere on the JCC premises unless they are registered in a JCC program.
5) Members must be 16 years of age to use the fitness center. However, members age 13-16 may use the fitness center if they have completed the Teen Fitness Center Orientation.
6) Members must be 16 years of age in order to participate in group exercise classes.
7) Members must be 18 years of age to use the upper track in the gym.
8) Guests who comply with the conduct code are warmly welcomed and our guest policy requires the following:
a) The hosting member must be in good standing as a JCC member.
b) Guests should be accompanied by the JCC member. If the host JCC member cannot be present, the member must call the Member Services desk prior to the guest’s arrival at the JCC,
c) All guests age 16 and older are required to provide a driver’s license or other valid photo ID.
d) The host member has the option of using any guest passes on their account. In lieu of using a guest pass, a $12 daily guest fee will be charged for guests, age 4 and older.
e) The host member is ultimately responsible for the guest fee.
f) Guests younger than 18 will be required to receive a proof of entry stamp.
g) Youth 11 and under will be swim tested to determine to which area of the pool they should have access.
9) Members are required to adhere to posted schedules for usage of all JCC facilities.
10) In the event of emergency, alarms and storm warnings, members must follow staff instructions to cease activity and proceed to designated safety zones.
11) Locks left overnight on lockers not purchased for annual use will be removed.
12) Children over 4 years of age may not be in a locker room designated for the opposite sex.
13) Everyone using the JCC must behave in a mature and responsible way, and respect the rights and dignity of other members, guests, visitors and staff.
14) Members should report any suspicious or inappropriate behavior to the JCC staff as soon as possible.
15) Members are not permitted to post flyers, posters and/or announcements on JCC bulletin boards.
16) JCC reserves the right to change facilities hours, class schedules and equipment and will attempt to provide members with reasonable notice of such change.
17) Members will not engage in any of the following prohibited actions that include but are not limited to:
a) Angry or vulgar language, including swearing, name-calling or shouting
b) Physical contact with another person/guest in any angry or threatening way
c) Any demonstration of sexual activity or sexual contact with another person
d) Harassment or intimidation by words, gestures, body language or any menacing behavior
e) Theft or behavior that results in destruction of property
f) Carrying or concealing any weapons or devices or objects that may be perceived as weapons
g) Smoking inside or outside the JCC
h) Use or possessions of illegal chemicals or alcohol on JCC property, in JCC vehicles or at JCC sponsored programs
i) Loitering is not permitted in or outside the JCC
j) Any other conduct of an inappropriate, threatening or offensive nature
k) The JCC reserves the right to suspend the Membership privileges without refund, of any Member, or to remove from the premises any Member, who aids or abets in the unauthorized entrance of a non-member, or who attempts to gain access to unauthorized areas of the JCC.
l) Any activity that is a conflict of interest with services the JCC provides, such as personal training, athletic training, athletic sports or swim lessons. Anyone providing any type of instruction, training, or coaching must be a member of the JCC staff or under JCC contract.
18) Any and all camera and video equipment, including cell phones, may not be used in locker rooms, dressing areas, shower areas, restrooms, swimming pools, and other areas deemed to be “private” within JCC facilities. Additionally, no camera or video equipment is permitted in the fitness center, and we ask that cell phone use in the fitness center be limited to texting and the provision of music. The JCC, through its Executive Director and Board of Directors, reserves the right to remove from the premises any individual acting in an inappropriate manner and further reserves the right to cancel the membership of any such person. The JCC reserves the right to deny access or membership to any person who has been identified in the National Sex Offender Public Registry and/or convicted of a sexual offense. Any members and/or guests may be subject to removal and revocation of membership, without a refund, for any violation of the Code of Conduct of the JCC then in effect.
Unaccompanied Youth / Minor Policy
Effective Immediately: All children, ages 13 and under, MUST be accompanied by an adult when in our facility.
No member under the age of 13 years will be able to use JCC facilities unless they are
1) accompanied by a parent OR
2) registered for an existing JCC program, which includes; swim lessons, dance lessons, piano lessons, JCC basketball league, and/or youth department programs
3) have a private, semi-private, or small group session with a personal trainer
- There is a $12 daily guest fee for each guest, age 4 and older. Member Guest Passes may be used, if available.
- All guests, age 16 and older, are required to provide a driver’s license or other valid form of photo I.D.
- All guests, regardless of age, must be signed in at the Member Services Desk.
- Guests should be accompanied by the JCC member who is hosting/bringing them to the facility. Guests may only visit the facility on their own after the hosting member calls Member Services and gives verbal authorization.
- Guests younger than 18 will be required to receive a proof of entry stamp.
- Youth 10 and under will be swim tested to determine what pool depth they can swim in.
- Drugs, Alcohol and/or Tobacco
- Firearms and/or Weapons of Any Kind
The following items are NOT ALLOWED within the Goldstein Family Aquatic Center
- Outside Food and/or Drink
- Glass of Any Kind (Empty plastic water bottles are okay)
- Outside Inflatables: Balls, Tubes, Rafts, Water Wings, etc. (Coast Guard approved vests / puddle jumpers okay)
- Drugs, Alcohol and/or Tobacco
- Firearms and/or Weapons of Any Kind
- Outside food and/or drink
- Glass containers. (Empty, plastic water bottles are allowed.)
- Drugs, alcohol or tobacco
- Weapons of any kind
- Outside Inflatables: Balls, Tubes, Rafts, Water Wings, etc. (Coast Guard approved vests / puddle jumpers ok)
7. The following behavior policies will be enforced at all times:
- No pushing or throwing persons into the pool.
- No horseplay. No running, dunking, jumping on one another, spitting or riding on shoulders.
- No hitting, kicking, or violence of any sort.
- No prolonged under water swimming or breath holding is allowed.
8. Hanging on pool equipment such as ropes and ladders, is not allowed. Improper use of water features is not allowed. 9. Outside inflatables (balls, rafts, water wings etc.) are not permitted in the pool facility. Individuals requiring flotation assistance may use US Coast-Guard approved PFDs (life vests) only. 10. Diving is only permitted in water deeper than 9 feet. Be aware of what (or who) may be beneath you when entering the pool. 11. You must be 48″ tall (and have a green level swim band) to use the water slide. 12. The JCC is not responsible for your personal property.
Fitness Center Rules
- Parents must remain on campus while their children are in Fit & Sit programming
_____________________________________________________________________________ Group Exercise Policies
- If you are new to a class, speak with the Instructor beforehand. They can give you an idea of the class format and provide details you may need to know.
- Medical clearance from your physician, prior to starting any exercise program, is highly recommended.
- If you are waiting for a class to begin, please do not enter the Aerobic Studio until the current class has finished.
- Be on time! If you are late, please take a spot at the back of class and do your best not to disrupt those already participating.
- Arrive early for all Spin classes, so that you can set up your bike prior to class.
- Wear appropriate workout clothes. Sneakers are required for all classes except Yoga and Pilates. All shoes worn in the Aerobics Studio should be different from your street shoes. Use the benches outside of the Aerobics studio to change your shoes before and after class.
- Remember your personal hygiene and refrain from wearing strong perfume and cologne.
- Water brought into class must be in an unbreakable container. Food is not permitted. You may bring your own towel to class if needed.
- Be respectful and keep conversation to a minimum. All cell phones must be turned OFF or put on silent during class.
- All equipment used (mats, balls, steps, etc.) should be cleaned and returned to their proper storage location when class ends.
- Parents must remain on campus while their children are in Kids Boot Camp
Youth Department Behavior Policies
Dance Department Policies
- All students must be registered prior to the first day of class.
- Students must be a minimum of 3 years years of age by September 1st and potty trained.
- All new students, with the exception of Music & Movement and Pre-Ballet, must contact the dance director for proper class placement. Placement will be determined by the director and instructors.
- Me and My Shadow class requires your child to be accompanied by an adult.
_____________________________________________________________________________ ALL STUDENTS
- T-shirts, sweatshirts, shorts or baggy warm up gear are not allowed.
- Hair must be kept neatly away from face and neck either in a bun or a pony tail, short hair should be clipped back or held back with a cloth headband.
- No gum chewing allowed
- No jewelry should be worn.
_____________________________________________________________________________ ATTENDANCE Regular attendance is required in all classes and is essential to the progress of the student. Students are expected to come and watch class if they are injured or not contagious. In case of absence, the parent needs to notify the Dance Department by calling (402) 334-6406. Classes missed may be made up during the current semester by consulting the instructor or director. Students should arrive with sufficient time to dress and warm up prior to class. _____________________________________________________________________________ REFUNDS Refunds will be given only in cases of prolonged illness, with medical verification. There are no refunds for voluntary withdrawal or missed classes. _____________________________________________________________________________ INCLEMENT WEATHER In the event of inclement weather, there will be a message on the Dance Departments outgoing voice mail (334-6406). You are to check 1 hour prior to the start time of your class to find out if class is canceled or continuing as normal. We DO NOT follow suit with the School Closings, so please call. You may also call the Front Desk (334-6406) or Member Services (334-6426) to get the latest information. _____________________________________________________________________________ PARENT OBSERVATIONS Fall Semester parent observations will be held during the month of November. Classes will be held on stage. You will receive notice as to which day to attend. Parents and friends are encouraged to attend. Parents may arrange to observe classes at other times by contacting the instructor or dance director. You may always come and observe classes in the ballet studio on our TV monitors in the hallway. Parents are not to sit in unless they have permission by the teacher. _____________________________________________________________________________ FIELD TRIPS Special field trips are offered for various dance performances in the area. We meet beforehand, discuss what we are going to see, then go and enjoy. As events draw near, information will be made available and sign-up sheets will be posted. Field trips are open to students, parents and friends. _____________________________________________________________________________ WORKSHOPS & FILMS Various workshops are offered in areas of interest for our dance students, including master classes with guest teachers, special lectures, stage make-up, injury prevention, etc. Information will be made available as events draw near. _____________________________________________________________________________ PERFORMANCES As dance is a performing art, performance experience is an important element in dance training. Students will be informed of different performing opportunities available to them. Each year there is a culminating performance in May, every other year we do a Grande Story Ballet and on the off year we will do a Themed performance.
Inclement Weather Policies
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The mission of the Jewish Community Center of Omaha is to create a positive Jewish environment in which to build, strengthen, and preserve Jewish identity and traditions. The JCC reaches out to the Jewish community and provides its members with a unique opportunity to associate through a variety of social, cultural, recreational, educational and physical fitness programs, activities, and services.
Health & Well-Being
To provide facilities and programs that promote physical, social and emotional well-being.
To provide belonging, connectedness, and inclusiveness through programs and partnerships.
To provide the opportunity for personal growth and life-long learning.
To incorporate traditional Jewish morals and values to successfully meet our mission.