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CODE OF CONDUCT
Over the past few years, we have all read about and watched on the news many of the unacceptable incidents that have taken place at youth sporting events as it relates to parental behavior. With that in mind, it is essential that each parent understand fully the following guidelines:
- At no time are parents permitted on the field during practices or games unless a Raider Coach or Administrator of the Program has given prior approval. This relates to the outside practice area and the home field. During home games all spectators are asked to remain in the stands and not on the field.
- Cheer for your child's team or any Raider team. Please refrain from using abusive language towards an opposing coach, player, parent from another organization or any referees. Always be mindful of your surroundings and pay close attention to who may be in ear shot.
- Although Kissena Corridor is a public field, the Bayside Raiders have secure permits that make the Bayside Organization, it’s administrators and coaches solely responsible for the activities and actions that take place during those designated times.
- Alcohol consumption is STRICTLY PROHIBITED on the practice field, game field and surrounding areas. Failure to comply could result in the loss of field permits for the Bayside Raider Organization and the expulsion of your child from the program.
- The Bayside Raider Organization reserves the right to terminate its relationship with any parent and or player if it deems their conduct to be detrimental to the Bayside Organization.
- If you have a problem that you would like to discuss with your child’s coach, please take the time to see that coach either before or after practice. Coaches are always available to speak with parents to discuss any concerns that you may have.
- Please keep in mind that this is Youth Football. Although it is competitive and exciting, we must all understand that in the end, it is the children that play the game. Any parents that are interested in helping out (assistant coaches) should please see an administrator of the program for more details. Be supportive of your child, their teammates and coaches!