Health and Safety
Vaccinations are required to participate at RAS.
Mask wearing will be regulated as per CDC guidelines and are subject to change based on the public health situation.
Bid competitions are responsible for communicating and enforcing their health and safety guidelines.
** subject to change in the case of a Public Health emergency
***NOTE: Competitions will be responsible for enforcing these guidelines.
Sexual Assault Prevention (SAP)
Raas All-Stars is committed to providing a safe environment for all its attendees free from discrimination on any ground and from harassment at the events including sexual harassment. Raas All-Stars will be following a zero tolerance policy effective immediately this season in order to protect all members and attendees through all RAS affiliated events. All attendees at Raas All-Stars affiliated events regardless of their positions, are covered by and are expected to comply with this policy, and to take appropriate measures to ensure that prohibited conduct does not occur. Appropriate disciplinary action will be taken against any individual who violates this policy.
Statement on Inclusitivity
Raas-All Stars does not condone any form of hate speech, discrimination, or bullying based on gender, sex, sexuality, race, etc. If an instance is reported to RAS, there will be further investigation and be subjected to repercussions.
RAS promotes the inclusivity of all dancers, and does not endorse discrimination on any basis - including but not limited to gender, sexual orientation, disabilities, etc. As such, judging guidelines will reflect this - all RAS affiliated judges will be trained and instructed to disregard inconsistencies in the performances when clearly present on account of a person’s disability.
Any and all media partnerships must be approved by Raas All-Stars (does not include photography or videography for competition weekend).