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Parent Code of Conduct
Parents play a major role when it comes to influencing youth hockey players to display good sportsmanship. Children often see their parents as role models and look to replicate their actions. Here are 11 principles that parents can use to promote good sportsmanship by displaying it themselves and teaching it to their kids.
It is expected that all PVL Hockey parents observe the following principles:
Children are involved in organized sports for their enjoyment. I will encourage and support my child’s desire to play his/her chosen sport but will not pressure him/her into participating.
I will remember that the game is fun. I will not taunt or disturb other fans, or embarrass my child by yelling at players, coaches, or officials.
I will support and promote Fair Play by encouraging my child to play by the rules. I will display good sportsmanship by applauding a good effort by both teams in victory and defeat, and respecting players, coaches, and officials.
I will remember that “wins” are based on my child’s performance, teamwork, and playing within the rules.
I will recognize the importance of volunteer coaches and will take the time to attend team meetings to get to know my child’s coach’s philosophy, expectations, and guidelines. I will communicate with my child’s coaches and support them.
I understand that when my child is on the ice, the coaches do the coaching. I will not yell instructions to my child from the sidelines or give my child instructions counter to those of the coach.
I understand that it is my role to teach my child sportsmanship, how to deal with success and failure, and to support my child’s development in the game.
I will strive to become knowledgeable about the rules of the game and support the official’s decisions on and off the ice.
I understand the importance of skill development. For the lower age groups, I will remember that practices benefit my child more than games and competition.
I will respect locker rooms as private areas for players, coaches, and officials.
I will not place unreasonable expectations on my child.
This years golf outing is going to be held Saturday October 10th at the Ledges Golf Course in South Hadley. Registration and lunch begin at 12:00 followed by a shotgun start at 1:00. Chicken and ribs BBQ will follow. Save the date!!! Registration forms have been added under the golf tournament to the left.
Golf Registration is only $80 per golfer. (4 golfers per team)
Includes a cart, 18 Holes of Golf, Lunch, and Dinner!!!!
(To reserve your spot $100 non refundable deposit per team or a $25 non refundable deposit per person. Deposit due by 10/01/15)
Spread the word, our goal is to sell out this year!!!