[Sca-cooks] Classes at Pennsic
susanrlin at gmail.com
Tue Jul 6 14:57:23 PDT 2010
1. *New this Pennsic: no youth under the age of 18* may attend activities
in an A&S venue without a parent or legal guardian.
2. *No child-oriented classes may be held in private camps. *
3. A&S tents are not available for any private individual or household
parties in the evenings.
4. No advance sign-ups for classes; just show up at the right time and
location. Students, the earlier you arrive, the better it will be for
seating and handouts/materials (if available).
5. Teachers are allowed to limit the number of handouts or kits
available. They are, however, strongly encouraged to take any extra students
waiting for their class as auditors, unless this is a safety issue.
6. Only classes *officially* registered with the Pennsic University and
following the University rules and regulations, are posted in the Pennsic
7. Please be courteous and limit your actual class run time to 50-55
minutes so class changeover will not eat into the time of the class which
follows yours. For 2-hour classes, please limit your actual run time to
On Tue, Jul 6, 2010 at 2:11 PM, Saint Phlip <phlip at 99main.com> wrote:
> Children can attend classes anywhere they're welcome. The teacher can
> not advertise classes for children in private camps through the
> Pennsic U system.
> On Tue, Jul 6, 2010 at 4:06 PM, Susan Lin <susanrlin at gmail.com> wrote:
> > Just remember that no children are allowed to attend classes in private
> > camps - that's been a rule for a while now.
> > shoshana
> > On Tue, Jul 6, 2010 at 1:31 PM, David Friedman <ddfr at daviddfriedman.com
> >> Like everything else, it's unclear what prompted the change and why
> >>> Pennsic?
> >>> Why not the other wars? Why is it being announced so late?
> >>> see
> >>> http://www.pennsicwar.org/penn39/cultural.html
> >>> Johnnae
> >> I haven't yet determined when it was first announced, although the fact
> >> that people only started objecting recently suggests it may be new. It
> >> on the Pennsic University page yesterday--but for all I know it could
> >> been there for a month or more.
> >> The only explanation I have seen of what prompted it is a child abuse
> >> in Pennsylvania which, so far as I can tell, had nothing to do with
> >> or classes, did not occur at an event, but did involve someone with a
> >> SCA position. It appears to be a CYA action imposed by the Society Youth
> >> Officer on the rest of the Pennsic staff.
> >> If it only went up recently, I think any parent who pre-registered is
> >> entitled to cancel and get a refund, and any teacher who wishes to
> >> classes in response is entitled to. I've wondered about the option of
> >> cancelling all my classes and posting an announcement in various places
> >> I will hold them as unofficial classes in some convenient camp site.
> >> --
> >> David/Cariadoc
> >> www.daviddfriedman.com
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