In consideration of allowing the previously-declared participant(s) to begin participation in Majestic Gymnastics activities, while on the premises and property of said Majestic, the undersigned, for themselves, and/or being the legal and acting guardian of participant, acting for themselves and on behalf of the participant, release and hold harmless Majestic Gymnastics, its owners, officers, employees, and agents of and from any and all liability, claims, demands, and causes of action whatsoever, arising out of or related to any loss, damage, or injury, including death, that may be sustained by the participant and/or the undersigned, while in or upon the premises upon which Majestic Gymnastics is conducted, or any premises under the control and supervision of Majestic Gymnastics., its owners, officers, employees, or agents or in route to or from any of said premises, or while at any premises or place when activities sponsored by or participated in by Majestic Gymnastics, its owners, officers, agents, or employees.
I fully understand that the staff of Majestic Gymnastics, L.L.C., are not physicians or medical practitioners of any kind. With that in mind, I hereby release Majestic Gymnastics, L.L.C., to render first aid to my child in the event of any injury or illness, and if deemed necessary to call an ambulance which I agree to pay for. As a parent or legal guardian, I agree to provide health insurance for the minor child and/or guarantee payment of any medical expenses incurred as a result of training, performing, or participation in activities with Majestic Gymnastics, L.L.C.
Does your child have any medical conditions (mental or physical) or medications we should be aware of, including but not limited to; breathing problems, seizures, allergies, Downs Syndrome, dizzy spells, previous neck or spine injuries or conditions, broken bones, high blood pressure, diabetes, autism, epilepsy, heart condition etc.***ALL ABOVE CONDITIONS REQUIRE A DOCTORS RELEASE claiming your child is fit enough to take "GYMNASTICS", "DANCE", "TUMBLING", "WRESTLING" and/or "CHEER", "NINJA ZONE" .
NOTE: If my child requires an inhaler to be brought to class, I understand I am required to stay with him/her or get a doctor's release. Also, if your child is allergic to bees, I understand I am to stay with him/her during the class or camp.
Participation in physical activities can involve motion, rotation, and height in a unique environment and as such carries with it a certain assumption of risk. The undersigned and the participant(s) choose to voluntarily enter upon said premises under the control of said corporation, knowing their present condition and knowing that said condition may become more hazardous and dangerous during the time the participant or the undersigned is upon said premises. The undersigned and the participant(s) voluntarily assume any and all risks of loss, damage, or injury that may be sustained by the participant(s) and/or the undersigned or any property owner by them while on or upon said premises described above. The corporation may but shall not be obliged to carry insurance on the participant(s), and the existence of insurance shall not change, alter, or increase the liability of the corporation to the participant and the undersigned or affect the terms of this Release. In signing this Release, the undersigned acknowledges:
a) That he/she has read thoroughly and understands completely, the terms of Registration and Release and signs it voluntarily.
b) That the undersigned signing either for themselves, or as Legal Guardian is, in fact, the true and legal guardian and has the
consent of the participant.
What Is a Concussion?
A concussion is a type of traumatic brain injury-or TBI-caused by a bump, blow, or jolt to the head or by a hit to the body that causes the head and brain to move quickly back and forth. This fast movement can cause the brain to bounce around or twist in the skull, creating chemical changes in the brain and sometimes stretching and damaging the brain cells. How Can I Help Keep
Sports are a great way for children and teens to stay healthy and can help them do well in school. To help lower your children's or teens' chances of getting a concussion or other serious brain injury, you should:
• Help create a culture of safety for the team.
o Work with their coach to teach ways to lower the chances of getting a concussion.
o Talk with your children or teens about concussion and ask if they have concerns about reporting a concussion. Talk with them about their concerns; emphasize the importance of reporting concussions and taking time to recover from one.
o Ensure that they follow their coach's rules for safety and the rules of the sport.
o Tell your children or teens that you expect them to practice good sportsmanship at all times.
• When appropriate for the sport or activity, teach your children or teens that they must wear a helmet to lower the chances of the most serious types of brain or head injury. However, there is no "concussion-proof" helmet. So, even with a helmet, it is important for children and teens to avoid hits to the head.
How Can I Spot a Possible Concussion?
Children and teens who show or report one or more of the signs and symptoms listed below-or simply say they just "don't feel right" after a bump, blow, or jolt to the head or
body-may have a concussion or other serious brain injury.
Signs Observed by Parents or Coaches
• Appears dazed or stunned
• Forgets an instruction, is confused about an assignment or position, or is unsure of the game, score, or opponent
• Moves clumsily
• Answers questions slowly
• Loses consciousness (even briefly)
• Shows mood, behavior, or personality changes
• Can't recall events prior to or after a hit or fall
Symptoms Reported by Children and Teens
• Headache or "pressure" in head
• Nausea or vomiting
• Balance problems or dizziness, or double or blurry vision
• Bothered by light or noise
• Feeling sluggish, hazy, foggy, or groggy
• Confusion, or concentration or memory problems
• Just not "feeling right," or "feeling down"
Talk with your children and teens about concussion. Tell them to report their concussion symptoms to you and their coach right away. Some children and teens think concussions aren't serious, or worry that if they report a concussion they will lose their position on the team or look weak. Be sure to remind them that it's better to miss one game than the whole season. While most children and teens with a concussion feel better within a couple of weeks, some will have symptoms for months or longer. Talk with your children's or teens' healthcare provider if their concussion symptoms do not go away, or if they get worse after they return to their regular activities.
CONCUSSIONS AFFECT EACH CHILD AND TEEN DIFFERENTLY.
What Are Some More Serious Danger Signs to Look Out For? In rare cases, a dangerous collection of blood (hematoma) may form on the brain after a bump, blow, or jolt to the head or body and can squeeze the brain against the skull. Call 9-1-1 or take your child or teen to the emergency department right away if, after a bump, blow, or jolt to the head or body, he or she has one or more of these danger signs:
• One pupil larger than the other
• Drowsiness or inability to wake up
• A headache that gets worse and does not go away
• Slurred speech, weakness, numbness, or decreased coordination
• Repeated vomiting or nausea, convulsions or seizures (shaking or twitching)
• Unusual behavior, increased confusion, restlessness, or agitation
• Loss of consciousness (passed out/knocked out). Even a brief loss of consciousness should be taken seriously Children and teens who continue to play while having concussion symptoms, or who return to play too soon-while the brain is still healing-have a greater chance of getting another concussion. A repeat concussion that occurs while the brain is still healing from the first injury can be very serious, and can affect a child or teen for a lifetime. It can even be fatal.
What Should I Do If My Child or Teen Has a Possible Concussion?
As a parent, if you think your child or teen may have a concussion, you should:
1. Remove your child or teen from play.
2. Keep your child or teen out of play the day of the injury. Your child or teen should be seen by a healthcare provider and only return to play with permission from a healthcare provider who is experienced in evaluating for concussion.
3. Ask your child's or teen's healthcare provider for written instructions on helping your child or teen return to school. You can give the instructions to your child's or teen's school nurse and teacher(s) and return-to-play instructions to the
coach and/or athletic trainer.
Do not try to judge the severity of the injury yourself. Only a healthcare provider should assess a child or teen for a possible concussion. Concussion signs and symptoms often show up soon after the injury. But you may not know how serious the concussion is at first, and some symptoms may not show up for hours or days. The brain needs time to heal after a concussion. A child's or teen's return to school and sports should be a gradual process that is carefully managed and monitored by a healthcare provider.
To learn more, go to cdc.gov/HEADSUP
Session Plan Members will have $234 tuition charged and cash, check, or card payment processed on or before the 20th of August, 20th of November, 20th of February, and 20th of May prior to each 3 month session.
Fall Session (September, October, November)
Winter Session (December, January, February)
Spring Session (March, April, May)
Summer Session (June, July ,August)
* Parent/Guardian must come inside the building to drop off and pick up child. A child is not allowed outside without an adult.
* Do not drop off your child until 10 minutes or less before his/her class starts. Child must be picked up at the end of class and no later than 5 minutes after class is released.
* Do not allow your child(ren) to run/horseplay in parking lot and/or parent observation area. NO playing on bleachers and/or railings.
* Proper attire must be worn at all times and hair must be pulled back into a pony or bun. No jewelry is allowed to be worn.
*No gum allowed in gym and all food and drinks must remain in observation area.
* Only students are allowed in the gym area. Parents must remain in parent observation area.
* Please not not speak or yell at your child when he/she is during class. This is a distraction to everyone in the gym. Our coaches are trained to handle all situations including behavior, class management, or injury.
*No pictures or videoing or recording during class or other related events.
* Failure to follow the above policies may result in dismissal of gym membership. Safety is our number one concern.
Please follow all safety rules: Vault - one at a time, run towards board, run on runway, jump on landing mat. Rings-one at a time, hold both rings, no legs/feet in rings, never push others on rings, no swinging. Beam-one at at time (unless otherwise instructed), walk in beam area (no running), jump on landing mats. Trampoline-one at a time, land on landing mat, jump one direction only towards landing mat, return back to start by walking on ground, no shoes on trampoline. Bars-one at a time, swing in center of rail, do not hang from cables or spin locks, walk in bar area, always hold on with two hands.