Glassboro Soccer Club: Code of Conduct: Players/Parents

NJ Youth Code of Conduct

The Glassboro Sports Code of Conduct is a written specification of the behavior of the parents, guardians, coaches and officials prepared by each sports activity which must, at a minimum incorporate the terms of the Code of Conduct, and must be consented to in writing by the parents and legal guardians of the minor participants of each youth sports activity.

The Code of Conduct Committee is comprised of duly elected members froms each youth sports organization and two memebrs of the Park & Recreation Commission. Any sports organization pursuant to the Borough-sponsored or a nonprofit or similar charter which is affiliated with or received monetary or other support of services from the Borough of Glassboro or regularly utilizes any facilities owned, operated, or maintained by the Brough, which sports organization participates in sports competitions involving minors.

 

 


 

 

Glassboro Soccer Club's Player / Parent Code of Conduct Agreement (printable)

All parents/guardians and players must read and sign this Conduct Agreement and hand into their son or daughter's coach

 

 


 

 

Glassboro Parents - ALWAYS REMEMBER...         

1. Children have more need of example than criticism.

2. Teach your child that hard work and an honest effort are often more important than a victory.

3. Attempt to relieve the pressure of competition, not increase it by not ridiculing or yelling at your child for making a mistake or for losing a game

4. Children learn by example. Applaud wholeheartedly good plays by your team and by members of the opposing team.

5. Let the coach do his/her job.

6. Be kind to your child’s coach and to officials. The coach is a volunteer giving of personal time to provide a recreation for your child. The coach is providing a valuable community service, often without reward other than the personal satisfaction of having served the community.

7. Do not openly question the referee’s judgment, and never his/her honesty. The referee is a symbol of fair play, integrity and sportsmanship.

8. Accept the results of each game, and encourage your child to: Be gracious in victory, and turn defeat into victory by working towards skill improvement and good sportsmanship in every game.

9. Encourage your child from the sidelines, but do not direct or coach the play

10. No smoking will be permitted around players at games or practices. STATE LAW: No smoking is permitted on school or park property at any time.

11. Children are involved in organized sports for their enjoyment, not yours