Safe Home Pledge

We encourage parents to sign the Safe Home Pledge. By signing this pledge, parents publicly promise that their sons’ parties and gatherings will be supervised, alcohol-free, drug-free, and tobacco-free, and that they will welcome inquiries from other parents about parties or gatherings. If you wish to make the pledge, please log in and sign on the Safe Home Pledge Resource Board under your Resources tab. You will see the message confirming your submission, but your name may not appear until we update the list at the end of each week. Parents must sign the pledge each new academic year for their names to appear. Thank you for keeping our boys safe!

The goal of the Safe Home Pledge is to encourage communication throughout our community and to provide your sons an environment in which they are comfortable abstaining from illegal drug and alcohol consumption. The school’s expectation for all MUS parents is that they will support this pledge.

The Pledge

As a parent of an MUS student, I agree to support the following general guidelines which have been affirmed by MUS and the MUS Parents’ Association concerning out-of-school activities:

  • There will be adult chaperones present and visible when I have a student-attended party in my house or on my property.
  • No students will be allowed to use tobacco products or to consume alcohol or other drugs while a guest in my home or under my chaperonage.
  • I understand that I am encouraged to call other parents and to welcome calls from other parents concerning out-of-school social events in which our children are involved. I agree to keep these calls confidential if I am asked by another parent to do so.
  • I understand that I am encouraged to communicate with another parent if I have information that his or her child is participating in dangerous or unhealthful practices. I agree to keep these calls confidential if I am asked to do so.
  • I agree to make plans for adequate chaperonage of my children if I am to be away from home.
  • I understand that my name will be removed from the listing if I do not uphold my pledge.
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