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					                                   RESPONSIBILITY STATEMENT

Any damages to any property or furnishings in hotel rooms or building must be paid for by the individual
and/or chapter responsible. Damages are the ultimate responsibility of the advisor and the local
school district.

Each advisor must decide who will be responsible for the rooms that will be occupied by the students and
chaperones representing their school. One school official may sign for all students or each parent may sign
individually—that is up to the chapter advisor and/or the school administration.

Circle the conference which your chapter will be attending:

GOLD/BLUE

Name of School:            SHAWNEE HIGH SCHOOL

                                              will be responsible for any damages or any incidental charges
(Parent/Guardian)

incurred by students or _____________________________________ of SHAWNEE HIGH SCHOOL
                                  (Individual Student Name)          (Name of School)


If parent is responsible, one form is required for each student delegate attending. Attach each form to the
corresponding Student Code of Conduct/Dress Code form(s) and give to State Advisor at conference
registration desk at the start of the state conference.


               (Parent/Guardian Signature)                                              (Date)
                                 ATTENDANCE PERMISSION FORM

This is to certify that (Student Name) __________________________________________ has my
permission to attend the (DECA Activity) __________________________________ I also do hereby, on
behalf of (Student Name)_________________________________________ absolve and release school
officials, the DECA chapter advisors and the assigned State DECA staff from any claims for personal
injuries or illness, which might be sustained while he/she is en route to and from or during the DECA,
sponsored activity.

Emergency Information:                        Yes      No
On Medication                                 ____     ____
Allergies                                     ____     ____
Medical Restrictions                          ____     ____

If you answered yes to any of the above please explain:
___________________________________________________________________________________
___________________________________________________________________________________

Emergency Contacts:

1. ____________________________               _______________________              _______________
   Name                                       Relationship to Student              Phone

2. ______________________________             _______________________              ________________
   Name                                       Relationship to Student              Phone

___________________________________________ ________________
Family Physician Phone

I authorize the advisor to secure the services of a physician and/or hospital, and to incur the expenses for
the necessary services in the event of accident or illness, and I will provide for the payment of these costs.
We have read and agree to abide by the DECA Code of Conduct. We also agree that the school officials,
the DECA chapter advisors, the state DECA staff, or the Conference Conduct Committee, have the right
to send (student name)______________________________________ home from the activity at our
expense, provided that he/she has violated the Code of Conduct and/or his/her conduct has become a
detriment.

_______________________________
Student Signature

_______________________________               ____________________
Parent/Guardian Signature                     Phone

_______________________________
Chapter Advisor Signature

_______________________________
School Official Signature

________________________________              _________________________
Insurance Company Name                        Policy Number

Each chapter advisor is to bring these signed forms from every student attending the conference to
the information/registration desk at the start of the state conference. (PLEASE KEEP A COPY FOR
YOUR OWN CHAPTER)
                                  NEW JERSEY DECA
                     DELEGATE CONDUCT PRACTICES AND PROCEDURES

1. The term delegate shall mean any student participant attending the state career development
competitive events conference.
2. There will be no defacing of public property. Any damages to any property or furnishings in hotel rooms
or building must be paid by the individual and/or chapter responsible. Damages are the ultimate
responsibility of the advisor and district.
3. Delegates shall keep their adult advisors informed of their activities and whereabouts at all times. Each
delegate should have a written schedule of his/her activities and the adult advisor should have a copy of this
schedule.
4. Delegates will spend evenings at their assigned hotel, in their assigned rooms. They will be quiet at
curfew and respectful of the hotel guests. All advisors will enforce curfew between the hours of 12:00 a.m.
and 6:00 a.m.
5. Conference delegates not staying at the hotel shall be off the grounds of the hotel immediately following
the last scheduled event, no later than curfew.
6. No alcoholic beverages and/or controlled dangerous substances, in any form, shall be possessed by the
delegates (students, advisors or chaperones) at any time, under any circumstances. Any delegate found to
be under the influence of alcohol or a controlled dangerous substance will be immediately reported to
his/her school district at which time the school district will follow the state approved policy for controlled
dangerous substances (chapter 390).
7. Delegates must be prompt and prepared for all responsibilities.
8 Dating shall be permitted to authorized activities only, and between delegates only.
9. Out of common courtesy to the general public, smoking will not be permitted at the competitive events,
awards ceremonies or in inappropriate areas. Conferences are non-smoking activities.
10. No delegate shall leave the hotel, except for authorized events, unless permission has been received
from the chapter or state advisor.
11. Delegates are required to be assigned and attend all general sessions and all appropriate conference
activities including workshops, competitive events, business meetings, etc. for which they are registered
unless engaged in some specific approved assignment taking place at the time.
12. Identification badges will be worn at all times.
13. Chapter advisors are responsible for delegates' conduct.
14. All student delegates shall avoid places and actions which in any way could raise question as to moral
character or conduct. Student delegates shall treat all NJ DECA members, judges and guests equally.
Student delegates shall not violate any state or federal laws.
15. Delegates violating or ignoring any of the conduct rules as determined by the NJ DECA State Advisor,
will subject their entire chapter delegation to be unseated and their candidates or competitive event
participants being disqualified. Individual delegates or entire chapters may be sent home immediately--at
their own expense. Curfew will be enforced! Disqualification means the student will no longer be eligible
to participate in any regional, state or international DECA activity.
16. Delegates will follow the dress code as stated. By state officer mandate, failure to adhere to the dress
code at the awards sessions will result in forfeiting of all awards and privileges.
17. Delegates will be financially prepared for all responsibilities.
18. A student delegate shall behave in a courteous and respectful manner, refraining from language
and actions that might bring discredit upon NJ DECA. A student member who violates or ignores any of
the Delegate Conduct and Practices as stated in this NJ DECA handbook subjects himself/herself to:
     • Being removed from the NJ DECA activity and sent home at his/her own expense after consultation
     with his/her chapter advisor(s).
     • Having any honors and/or office withdrawn.
     • Having his entire chapter removed from the conference.

As a student member of NJ DECA, I agree that I must abide by the Delegate Conduct and Practices
Procedures.

Delegate (student) Signature: ______________________________________                       Date
I/we have read the Delegate Conduct and Practices Procedures and understand that
(student name)__________________________________________ must abide by the rules and understand
the consequences of violations to this code of conduct.

Advisor signature:                                                                Date
Parent or Guardian signature:                                                     Date
School Administrator signature:                                                   Date

Each chapter advisor is to bring these signed forms from every student attending the conference to
the information/registration desk at the start of the state conference. (PLEASE KEEP A COPY FOR
YOUR OWN CHAPTER)
                                             NEW JERSEY DECA
                                               DRESS CODE

All members must adhere to the following dress code at official DECA functions such as regional and state
conferences, competitions and meetings. Members must dress in appropriate business attire as would be
worn while working in a professional situation. Blazers are NOT a requirement for state competition.

Business attire for females is:
1. Business suit (matching jacket and skirt or pants) and coordinating blouse or shirt.
2. Business type dress including knit dress
3. Business type skirt (no shorter than two inches above the middle of the knee cap), sweater& blouse or
shirt
4. Business type dress pants, sweater and blouse or shirt.
5. Business type dress shoes (pumps, heels or flats)
6. Hose (stockings) must be worn with skirts or business shorts
7. Business type shorts suit (business shorts must be no shorter than two inches above the middle of the
knee)

Females may not wear the following:
1. Skirts shorter than two inches above the middle of the knee.
2. Low cut fronts, open sides, open backs, see through), tube, halter, strapless, sleeveless or midriff tops.
3. Denim, jean, cocktail, formal or transparent dresses
4. Any shorts other than business shorts (business shorts must be no shorter than two inches above the
middle of the knee)

Business attire for males is:
1. Business suit with matching pants, coordinating collared dress shirt, necktie or bow tie
2. Collared dress shirt, pants, necktie or bow tie (coordinating blazer or dress sweater is optional)
3. Dress shoes either laced or slip on.
4. Dress socks must be worn.

Males may not wear the following:
1. String tie
2. Collarless, sleeveless, cut off, golf shirts or bare midriff shirts
3. Shorts of any kind

Male and female may not wear the following:
1. Clothing containing pictures or statements relating to alcohol, drugs or other items which would be
considered inappropriate in the home school
2. Sneakers, sandals, open toe shoes
3. Hiking, work, army, cowboy boots
4. Jeans and denim of any color or style
5. Sweat shirts or sweat pants of any type
6. Sunglasses
7. Winter/outdoor wear, (i.e. Outdoor leather denim, jean jackets or coats)

Twenty points will be subtracted for dress code violations in each section of a competitive event
(written test, role-plays, or manual interview).

Delegate Signature: ___________________________________________
Advisor Signature: ____________________________________________
Parent Signature: _____________________________________________
Date: _____________________________________________
Each chapter advisor is to bring these signed forms from every student attending the conference to
the information/registration desk at the start of the state conference. (PLEASE KEEP A COPY FOR
YOUR OWN CHAPTER)

				
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