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Code of Conduct

Southampton Baseball Club

Parent/Player/Fan

Code of Conduct

All Code of Conduct violations will be addressed by the SBC Executive Board. If a parent, coach, player, umpire, or spectator violates the Code the Board will gather all information and render a decision. All decisions will be final.

Therefore it is important for each parent to understand and follow the Code of Conduct. Violation of any part of the Code will result in removal from the ballpark�¢??s premises and suspension from the future game/games.

I am appreciative of the time and energy which league officials, coaches and volunteers generously give to my child and will support them with their approach and their determination as to the role of each participant.

I will review the CODE of CONDUCT with my child to ensure that they, and I, understand league rules and we will follow them.

I will not use or tolerate the uses of alcohol and/or illegal drugs or anyone under the influence of alcohol or drugs during any league event.

I will be responsible for my behavior and will not throw equipment or be guilty of un-sportsmanship conduct. I understand that if I am ejected from any game, I may not return for that event and could be subject to discipline by the SBC board which will render a final decision without further appeal.

I will not tease, taunt, use profanity, obscene gestures or humiliate any fan, coach, umpire or player. I realize the Board of Directors has taken a "Zero Tolerance Policy" on these issues. I will accept the decisions of officials without showing inappropriate emotions.

I understand negative cheers are not allowed and public statements can only be made when I'm smiling.

I will be responsible for the behavior of other family members and friends that attend games.

I will reinforce to my child the qualities of being part of a team and placing personal objectives second to team objectives.

I will resist shouting instructions to my child, that's the coach's job.

I will remember children play for fun and winning is only one part of the game.

I will not force my child to participate in sports.

I will inform the coach of any physical disability or ailment that may affect the safety of my child or the safety of others.

I will teach my child to play by the rules and to resolve conflicts without resorting to hostility or violence.

I will praise my child for competing fairly and trying hard, and make my child feel like a winner every time.

I will do my best to support the SBC and its fund raisers.

Clearances

Action Required for All 2019 Managers, Coaches and Volunteers

Please either refer to the league website for further information on the safety program requirements, or go directly to this coaches and volunteers safety registration link to access the safety program and complete the required steps.  


Child Welfare

Pa State Police

Affidavit of disclosure for PA resident of 10 continuous years or greater. Or FBI finger print if previous non PA resident

http://keepkidssafe.pa.gov/cs/groups/webcontent/documents/document/c_160267.pdf


Travel Practice Schedule

Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday Sunday
Field 1 11A's 11B's (6PM) In House Travel In House Travel
Field 3 11B's 12's OLGC In House Travel In House/OLGC Travel/OLGC
Field 4 7's In House Travel In House Travel 
Field 6 10B's 9's 10B's In House Travel In House Travel 

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