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Codes of Conduct

PLAYERS' CODE OF CONDUCT:

• Work to understand the rules and strategies of the game. Ask questions of the coaches whenever you don’t understand something.

• Make your best effort to attend all games and practices and let your coach know when you cannot.

• Arrive at games and practices when your coach asks and not at “game time”. This allows you to warm-up properly to avoid injury and allows coaches to set their line-ups.

• Act as a team-player. Always encourage your team-mates and congratulate them when they do well. Never criticize them when they don’t.

• Never argue the decision of an umpire or coach.

• Work on your skills by attending clinics or by playing with friends or family.


PARENTS' CODE OF CONDUCT:

• Promote good sportsmanship by setting a good example for the children. Applaud good plays of both teams.



• Never embarrass your child (and yourself) by yelling at or arguing with umpires, players, or coaches.



• After games and practices, re-enforce the positive aspects of your child’s play. Positively identify any improvement opportunities without criticizing. Emphasize skill development regardless of skill level.



• Enforce the importance of understanding and playing by the rules.



• Make your best effort to arrange for your child to attend all games and practices and let your coach know when you cannot.



• Arrange for your child to arrive at games and practices when your coach asks and not at “game time”.Arrange for your child to be picked up at the designated end time.


• Support your child’s understanding of the game and development as a player through other playing opportunities (e.g., clinics, family, friends).



• Remember that your child's coaches are volunteers who are important to the development of your child and the program. Communicate with them and support them.



• Learn all you can about the game, the Camden-Rockport Little League program, and volunteer!

• Always listen to and follow the instructions of your coaches. Remember they are volunteering their time for your enjoyment of baseball and development as a player.


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