Parents Code of Conduct
Posted Jan 18, 2019
  • Parents are not allowed on the practice field unless they are in a volunteer capacity or instructed by a Head Coach, Lead Coach, Team Parent or the Commissioner of Tri-County Panthers.
  • Parents are required to stay in designated bleacher areas before, during and after games unless instructed by Head Coach, Lead Coach, Team Parent or the Commissioner of Tri-County Panthers.
  • Verbal abuse of Coaches, Team Parents, Officials or Participants of Tri-County Panthers Program will not be tolerated.
  • Profanity, obscene or vulgar language used maliciously towards Coaches, Team Parents, Officials or Participants of Tri-County Panthers Program will not be tolerated.
  • Pushing, shoving, striking or threatening a Coach(s), Team parents or any participant(s) in the Tri-County Panthers program at any time will not be tolerated and subject to immediate dismissal from the Tri-County Panthers Program.
  • If any parent has a grievance with a Head Coach, they must first communicate with the Head Coach to try and resolve any issue. If still not satisfied the parent can request a meeting with an Assistant Coach, they must communicate with the Head Coach first to try to resolve any issues. If issues are not resolved then a parent(s) can request a meeting with the Head Coach, Assistant Coach and Commissioner.
  • Parents we do use the 24 hour rule. Allow Coaches and players at least 24 hours after the game to address any problems, issues or concerns about the game. (Unless it’s an emergency.)
  • All parents are expected to volunteer in some capacity and will be provided with opportunity during the season. If you're son/daughter is not on a scholarship with the Tri County Panthers then you (or a member of your family) are only required to volunteer only twice during the regular season. Additional volunteer responsibilities may be incurred if the Tri County Panthers host any playoff games.
    • If your son/daughter has received a scholarship to play with the Tri County Panthers then you (or a member of your family) are required to volunteer six times during the regular season.
  • These rules will be enforced tightly. First violation verbal reprimand by Head Coach, Lead Coach or Commissioner. Second violation a written warning will be given. Third violation the parent(s) and participant will be dismissed from the Tri-County Panthers.

 
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