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Code of Conduct for Parents

A FEW RULES FOR PARENTS

OF

ATHLETES


1.
 
Teach your children to enjoy the thrill of competition, to be “out there trying”, or to be constantly working to improve their skills.  Help them develop a healthy competitive attitude, a “feel” for competing, for trying hard, and for having a good time


2. Get to know your child’s coach.  Make sure that you approve of his/her attitude and ethics.  A coach can be very influential, and you should know what his/her values are so that you can decide whether or not you want them passed on to your child           

3. Don’t compete with your children’s coach.  Do not side with your children against a coach.  Talk to them about the importance of learning how to handle problems and how to react to criticism.  Try to help them understand the necessity for discipline, rules, and regulations


4.
 Try to be completely honest with yourself and your children about their athletic capability, their competitive attitudes, their sportsmanship, and their level of skill.  Do not compare your children with the other players on their team.


5.
 Make sure your children know that win or lose, you love them.  Let them know that you appreciate their effort and that you won’t be disappointed in them if they fail.  Be the person in their life they can always look to for support.    

PARENT/SPECTATORS

PERSONAL CODE OF CONDUCT POLICY


-         Our expectation is that parents and children will abide by our rules and regulations


-         When the situation occurs, discussions with Coaches and Parents should be in a professional and respectful manner to resolve all concerns


-         When a Parent and Coach disagree and a mutual agreement can’t be reached, the Little League Board will become involved with the ultimate goal of providing resolution that is in the best interest of the entire team.


We have adopted a four-step process to support a positive behavior change so all children involved will develop and have a positive sports experience.

The coach will be responsible for conducting steps one and two and communicate to parent and/or guardian.

 

Step 1-          Verbal warning


Step 2-
         Parent/Spectator will be asked to leave

 

The coach will then contact the Board and communicate concerns

 

Step 3-          Parent/Spectator will be asked to NOT attend the next scheduled event. 

Step 4-          Parent/Spectator will be dismissed from attending the Little League Park

* The Granville Little League reserves the right to implement steps/actions in which they deem necessary. 





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