Code of Conduct

Code of Conduct Waiver

Quintissimo staff will remove a child from the class if they are not able to participate appropriately. Should your child be removed from class, you will be required to meet with Quintissimo staff before your child can be considered for readmission. For example, parents will be called immediately to pick up their child if they:

● Hit another child or staff and/or physically endangers lives

● Is willfully destructive to the musical instruments

● Refuses to obey the instructor’s directions

● Continually disrupts classes and impedes the learning of other children

Quintissimo believes in maintaining close and collaborative communication with all parents and caregivers in order to ensure a healthy and positive experience for your child. Reports will be made to parents in the event of the following:

● Destruction of property and inappropriate use of materials

● Running away from a staff member or program manager

● Being away from the group without a staff member's knowledge or consent

● Repeated refusals to take time-outs

● Excessive fighting or conflicts

● Engaging in inappropriate behaviour

● Disregarding program safety rules

● Foul language 

Parent/Guardian/Caregiver Code of Conduct

All parents, guardians and caregivers of Quintissimo students must adhere to the Code of Conduct as outlined by the Government of Ontario’s Ministry of Education. The Parents’ Guide to the Ontario Code of Conduct can be found at