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Goals of a Student:
The student will strive for a complete understanding of all aspects of Tae Kwon Do.
The student should always have a sincere outlook of Tae Kwon Do
The student will dedicate himself or herself to the popularization of Tae Kwon Do.
The students will establish long-range goals for themselves, and be able to teach Tae Kwon Do to others.
The students will demonstrate maturity, and be a good example of a true martial artist, as well as develop a good sense of sportsmanship.
The student will not disobey or argue with the instructor.
Students will neither be conceited nor complacent.
The student will not lose faith or confidence in their gym, their instructors, or the principles of Tae Kwon Do.
The students will follow the rules of etiquette and be a good example for others to follow at home, school, and all other social functions
Students will strive to be martial artists. They will demonstrate courage, wisdom, kindness, as well as control of their minds and bodies.
Students will remember that Tae Kwon Do training is a privilege, not a right. This privilege is earned by following the rules of the home, school and community.
Responsibilities of a Parent:
Ensure your child is at class on time and ready to practice.
Ensure that your child has all the necessary equipment to practice their art and a clean unwrinkled uniform.
Pay all dues and testing fees in a timely manner.
Encourage and support your child's martial arts activities.
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