Dare to Care for Parents - Final Make Up Session

April 21, 2018
April 19, 2018


Event: Dare to Care for Parents - Final Make Up Session

Date: Saturday April 21

Time: 1:00-3:00pm. Please arrive 10 minutes prior to the start of the session to sign-in.

Location: KNB 131

**Please note that all parent sessions are the same. Each parent must attend one of the four parent sessions. This session is for parents ONLY.

***In the notes section please write the name of the parent, or parents, attending.

Prior to the seminar we ask that all parents, step-parents and guardians attending the session complete the following:

1) Complete the survey on the link below.  The survey is COMPLETELY ANONYMOUS and the information will be used for our program evaluation and aid us in our ongoing efforts to provide a safe environment for UCSC members to participate in sport.  This survey is for parents, step-parents and guardians only.  Swimmers will have a separate survey to complete.

Following the seminar, there will be a final survey sent out to the complete.

Click here to begin the survey:

2) As members of the UCSC all families must agree to the UCSC Bully Prevention Code of Conduct for Athletes, Parents, Coaches and Officials.  We ask that parents, step-parents and guardians review this document with their swimmers and convey their acceptance and understanding of the policy.  The document can be reviewed and digitally agreed to by clicking the link below.

Click here to complete the UCSC Bullying Prevention Code of Conduct:

3) Additionally,  parents, we ask you to provide us with your consent to allow video recording of the session, which will be focused only on the facilitator, Lisa Dixon-Wells, for the purpose of ongoing teaching and presentation of the program in the future. 

Click here to complete the consent form:

If you have any questions about the Dare to Care program please contact:
Stephanie Wigginton:  or
Jeff Scott:

“Dare to Care was founded because of a need to address the pervasive and crippling issue of bullying that continues to affect children, youth, and adults to this day. It was created with the understanding that bullying is a societal issue and that if we are to have any impact, all stakeholders must be involved” – from the Dare to Care website. UCSC has partnered with Dare to Care to offer free seminars for all registered swimmers, parents/guardians, coaches and staff. Everyone is required to attend one of the seminars offered by the UCSC by February 28, 2018.