Code of Conduct
Code of Conduct
1. Be a role model and positive example for your child.
2. Demonstrate good sportsmanship even when things aren’t going your way
3. Be realistic about your child’s current skill level. A coach’s assessment of her skills will probably be more objective than yours.
4. Help your child achieve their goals - not yours. Teach them the work involver to meet that specific goal.
5. Playing time is not up for discussion. You have joined a completive team. No participation trophies will be given. Your child will get out of basketball what he or she puts in.
6. Support you child in the classroom first and on the court second. If your child is not passing he or she will not be able to play.
7. Your child must display appropriate conduct when off the court. He or she represents the aftershock Basketball Club and negative conduct may hinder playing time as well as college scholarship offers.
8. If you have on court issues please notify the coach by phone or at the next practice. Do not approach the coach while emotions are still high or between games. If your child has an issue he or she must approach coach directly. This teaches him or her how to effectively communicate and resolve conflicts.
9. Respect Aftershock coaches, personnel, players, referees, and opponents.
10. Please do not coach your child during games or during practices unless a coach asks you to help. You do know your child best, but it’s difficult for him or her to absorb conflicting information from 2 people at the same time. Often times the coaching parents give during games is just the opposite of what they were told during a timeout.
11. No one wins at everything in life or on the court. Teach your child how to win and lose well.
DUES PAYMENTS ARE DUE THE 15th OF EVERY MONTH. PLEASE MAKE PAYMENTS ON TIME IN ORDER FOR YOUR CHILD TO PRACTICE AND PLAY
Code of Conduct Continued
1. Playing with the Aftershock is a sacrifice made possible by your parents and coaches. Understand that playing of a select team is a privilege. I appreciate what my parents /coaches do for me and will represent the Aftershock organization will class and grace.
2. Exhibit good sportsmanship and know the difference in playing have verses playing dirty.
3. In order to remain on the Aftershock you will maintain appropriate conduct on and off the court. You will be an example to your teammates.
4. You will make a commitment to be at team practices, practice on your own time, and work to your full potential making your team better.
5. I will treat practices just as important as games. I understand I will be asked to leave practice after 1 warning and I may be docked playing time for:
a. Not giving undivided attention to the coach,
b. Goofing off / fooling around with other players or
c. Giving less than 1005 effort
6. I understand that if I have failing grades I will not be allowed to play in tournaments.
7. You will learn the offense and defense. Your teammates can count on you to be in the right place at the right time. I will not sacrifice the work of my teammates by not being prepared.
8. I will ask coach when I do not understand something.
9. If you have an on court issue you must approach coach directly. If you do not feel an acceptable resolution has been made, then you can bring a parent to assist you.
10. Respect Aftershock coaches, personnel, players, referees, and opponents.
11. No one wins at everything in life or on the court. Learn how to win and lose well.
1. Be a role model and positive example for your players
2. Demonstrate good sportsmanship even when things aren’t going your way.
3. Represent the Aftershock Basketball Club with respect, integrity, and good sportsmanship.
4. Arrive 5-10 minutes prior to practices and 45-1 hours prior to games.
5. I will make myself approachable to players and parents, answering any questions they may have.
6. Give positive player feedback and areas that can be improved upon.
7. Give 100% effort on the court to make players more successful. I will help instill values that are beneficial in life and on the court. My goal is to have a small part in developing:
a. A responsible, respectable, and productive person
b. The basketball skills necessary for going to the next level
8. I will teach your child how to win and to expect to win. I will teach your child how to win with class and loose with dignity.