Rainy Day Dinner Club Parent/Guardian Agreement
• Students will practice knife safety and cutting techniques using 6-8-inch sharp chef knives.
• All heating elements and electric appliances will be operated by the teacher.
• We will provide vegetarian option upon request at registration.
• We can NOT provide gluten free or dairy free classes.
Pick up
• Parent pick up is listed on registration and the welcome email.
• If you’re running late, please call or text (206) 473-1482 with student’s name, school, and ETA. We will provide a 10-minute grace period.
• Rainy Day Dinner Club pays for staff dependent on participation and scheduled pick-up time. Parents arriving more than 10 minutes late will be charged $35 for late pickup. If parents are repeatedly late, we may suspend enrollment without refund.
• We ask that you please pack a nut-free snack for you child in case they are hungry before class.
• Safety of students is of highest priority. The program staff works very hard to maintain an environment where students can participate in activities safely. We ask that all students do the same.
• Our instructors have a current First Aid/CPR certification and we have basic first aid supplies on hand. If a student experiences a minor injury while participating in activities, program staff will care for the student.
• If a child is significantly injured, the staff will immediately call 9-1-1 as well as notify a parent or guardian. In the event of a natural or other disaster, students will remain under the direct care and supervision of program staff until alternate arrangements can be made.
• Your registration provides permission for Rainy Day Dinner Club to use photographs of students for promotional purposes. If you do not want your child photographed, please contact us at rainydaydinnerclub@gmail.com
• For safety and security, please notify us if a student will be absent. Please call or text (206) 473-1482 with student’s name, school, and date of absence.
• Unfortunately, there are no refunds, substitutions or exchanges for days or weeks that students cannot attend.
• We do NOT adhere to a “nut-free” policy at Rainy Day Dinner Club. However, we will attempt to minimize risk to vulnerable students. We have a “no trading and no sharing” policy, which we attempt to enforce consistently. In addition, instructors are informed of any student who has allergies and will do their best to monitor those students.
• If your child has any food/substance allergies, please note them during registration and please ask your student not to accept snacks with other students. Programs staff will follow up with families on a case-by-case basis. Parents/guardians are responsible for providing any necessary medical supplies (e.g., EpiPen).
Code of Conduct
• Students are expected to maintain the same behavioral standard that they would have during the formal school day.
• On the first day of class, student will go home with a copy of our Knife Safety Rules & Classroom Expectations (“Expectations”). We’re asking all parents to review the Expectations with their child before the second week of class.

• If a child is consistently disruptive and prevents the instructor from conducting class, the instructor reserves the right to ask the child to drop the class. Parents will be given a formal warning before these measures are taken.

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