WE WANT TO BUILD A CHAMPIONSHIP WRESTLING PROGRAM FROM THE MAT UP.
Wrestlers’ Code of Conduct
1) No wrestler is to physically or verbally abuse any coach or fellow wrestler.
2) Wrestlers must listen to and follow the directions of all coaches. Wrestlers will be expected to work hard at practice or will be asked to sit out. Wrestlers are not to be disruptive during practice or competitions.
3) If a wrestler is disruptive during practice, a parent will be required to attend all practices until the wrestler can act appropriately.
4) At all times, wrestlers must conduct themselves in a mature and respectful manner:
a. No unsportsmanlike yelling or cheering if a wrestler is hurt.
b. Win or lose, wrestlers MUST shake hands and congratulate their opponent.
c. No vulgar or obscene gestures of any kind should ever be made by a wrestler.
5) No wrestler is to use abusive and/or profane language before anyone connected with a wrestling functions (practices, tournaments, meetings, etc.).
6) Wrestlers should make every effort to attend all scheduled practices.
7) Parents must notify the coach (e.g. email, voicemail, etc) if their child/wrestler will not be present for practices, matches or tournaments.
8) Wrestlers that do not participate in practices jeopardize their ability to participate in functions (matches, tournaments, etc.)
9) Wrestlers are not permitted in the wrestling room until a coach is present.
Parents’ Code of Conduct
1) No parent or fan is to physically or verbally abuse another parent, fan, coach, wrestler or referee. If a parent has a problem, concern or issue with a fan, wrestler or another parent, the only proper venue for discussion is with the director in private at an appropriate time.
2) All parents are to conduct themselves in a sportsmanlike manner:
a. No unsportsmanlike yelling, such as: booing, teasing, or cheering if a wrestler is hurt or losing. No instructions to take specific advantage of any injury incurred by an opponent while wrestling.
b. No unsportsmanlike gestures of any kind will be allowed
3) Except in an emergency, no parent is to interfere with practices, meets or coaching at any time. Parents may observe, but are to wait until before or after practices to interact with their child or talk with the coaches unless a coach requests a conversation. Coaches will be glad to talk to parents in private about any issue or problem before or after practices or meets as their schedule allows. Also, we ask all wrestlers to remain silent when a coach is teaching and we require the same of all practice spectators. If you would like to carry on a conversation with another spectator during practice, please move outside the wrestling room when a coach is teaching.
4) Please see that your child is picked up at the designated time after practice. The coaches will try to finish practice as close to the designated time as possible and are not responsible for wrestlers after practices are over.
5) Please remember that this program is for our youth, but in no way is it to be used as an excuse for unfinished homework or other responsibilities. Explain this to your child so he/she can plan his/her time wisely.
6) Parents are NOT permitted to coach their child (on the edge of the mat) at any official practice or competition of the Broomfield Eagles Wrestling club unless you are an approved Broomfield Eagles Wrestling Coach with a USA Wrestling coaching card. Broomfield Eagles Wrestling coaches are responsible and deemed competent to properly direct wrestlers. Additional coaching by parents is often disruptive and not constructive when done during functions.
7) Parents should remain in designated spectator locations during official Broomfield Eagles Wrestling club practices and tournaments.
8) Parents, as well as their athletes, will be held responsible for their code of conduct.
9) Discussions with coaches should take place before or after practice unless absolutely necessary.
10) The Board of Directors at the direction of the head coach, retains the right to immediately expel/suspend any wrestler or parent from participating or attending future functions, depending on the severity of the violation.
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