Rocky Mountain Lacrosse Academy

 
League Play April 5th through May 17th.
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An Important Note from Pat O'Connor
RMLA Blizzard President
March 11, 2008
Dear Blizzard Families, Coaches, Players and Parents,

Well, hopefully the weather will continue to cooperate this week and we can get the kids out on the fields. With practices in full swing and games on the horizon, this is a good time to remind our parents and players about our code of conduct.

In order to promote the values of good sportsmanship, please take a moment to read US Lacrosse Code of Conduct located at the following web site http://www.uslacrosse.org/player/codeofconduct.pdf

We all represent the Blizzard Organization by our actions at games, practices, and in our every day interactions.

In addition to the US Lacrosse Code of Conduct, please follow the guidelines below:
- Recognize the importance of volunteer coaches. They are very important to the development of your child and to the sport. Communicate with respect and support your child's coaches. Keep things in perspective.

- Observe the "24 hour rule." If you have an issue that you would like to discuss with your coach, take 24 hours to think it over. Do not approach your coach immediately following the game or practice in which the incident occurred.

- Leave the coaching to the coaches. Do not coach your child from the sideline. If you are not a coach for the team playing and in the coaching box, keep your interaction to cheering in a positive manner and encouraging fair play.

- Win or lose, be supportive. Recognize and applaud good effort, teamwork and sportsmanship by all players on both teams.

- Treat other players, coaches, fans and officials with respect regardless of race, gender, creed, or ability.

- Place the emotional and physical well being of your teammates, child, or coach ahead of your personal desire to win.

If you have a grievance that you would like to discuss, please send an email to grievance committee chairman. Grievances will not be published outside of the grievance committee.  

Thank You.

Pat O'Connor
RMLA Blizzard President