Park Girls Volleyball Club Code of Conduct

VOLLEYBALL ALBERTA POLICIES & PROCEDURES

As an individual affiliated with Volleyball Alberta for the 2019-2020 Season (September 1, 2019 – August 31, 2020), you will agree to adhere to and abide by Volleyball Alberta’s policies and procedures, which include:

PARK GIRLS VOLLEYBALL CLUB FEES

*Team fees will be dependent on the number of athletes selected per team, as total team costs are divided amongst the players of each team.

*Projected fees will be based on 12 athletes per team.  

*Once teams are selected, the budget for the playing year is based on the specific number of athletes.

*Refunds ARE NOT available after the signing date regardless of injury or any other reason an athlete may no longer be an active part of the team.

ATHLETE CODE OF CONDUCT

  1. participate in volleyball alcohol and drug free
  2. respect everyone involved in your volleyball experience: parents, coaches, teammates, officials, and opponents; because without them, there wouldn’t be a game
  3. never use violence or bad language, nor harass players, coaches, officials, or other spectators (express disapproval in an appropriate manner to the proper officials and Volleyball Alberta contacts)
  4. remember that coaches and officials are there to help you – accept their decisions and appreciate the challenges of their position
  5. remember that winning isn’t everything, and to control your temper when things aren’t going your way – having fun, improving skills, helping your teammates become better players, and doing your best are more important than winning games
  6. respect the facilities that you use with your team: gymnasiums, schools, restaurants, hotels, and washrooms – remember to put all your garbage in the trash bins and not use volleyballs in school hallways and hotel rooms
  7. remember to be a team player, because volleyball is a true team sport
  8. understand and adhere to the Volleyball Alberta Social Media Guidelines

PARENT/GUARDIAN CODE OF CONDUCT

  1. attend VA events alcohol and drug free
  2. remember that children play volleyball for their enjoyment, not mine
  3. never question an officials/coaches’ decision in public
  4. never use violence or bad language, nor harass players, coaches, officials, or other spectators – express your disapproval in an appropriate manner to the proper officials, club and Volleyball Alberta contacts
  5. remember that children learn best by example, and will demonstrate good sportsmanship and applaudall good plays by both my child’s team and their opponents
  6. take an interest in my child’s team by taking turns supervising and assisting at tournaments and team functions
  7. have a positive attitude towards volleyball and will emphasize the cooperative nature of the sport
  8. understand and adhere to the Volleyball Alberta Social Media Guidelines