No Drop-Off Policy. At all Miracle League of the South Hills activities and events, we operate a “No Drop-Off” policy for parents, guardians and/or staff members for any participant, no matter the age. A parent/guardian or a staff member in charge of the participant must be present at all times and is responsible for that participant outside of the activity. If a participant needs assistance of any kind outside the registered activity (i.e. medical help, bathroom breaks, etc), the parent/guardian or staff member is responsible for that participant. Miracle League of the South Hills staff and volunteers are only authorized to run their programs. If any participant needs individual assistance where they are behind closed doors or in a one-on-one situation, the parent/guardian or staff member is responsible to handle that situation. In the event of a medical emergency and/or the family member can’t be seen or reached, the Miracle League of the South Hills staff will call 911.
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