Player & Parent Code of Conduct:
As a player in the CVHS Baseball Program, I will:
1) Be on-time to all games and activities, and give my coach adequate heads-up on the times that I will be late or miss an event.
2) Show respect to my teammates and peers at all times.
3) Be open and transparent with my goals, frustrations, and health when it comes to baseball.
4) Adhere to the 24 hour Rule when I am frustrated with game situations that did not go my way.
5) Show up to practices and games in a neat/clean/professional manner. (Proper CVHS baseball attire: Team hat, Baseball Pants, Belt, Tucked in CVHS baseball shirt, Baseball cleats or athletic shoes, NO outside brands/club team/etc. are to be worn, and NO flat shoes.
6) Control what I can control. (Includes NO swearing, NO Lord's name in vain, NO helmet and/or equipment throwing, NO talking back to coaches and/or umpires. It does include: Hustling EVERYWHERE on the baseball field, Addressing umpires and coaches appropriately, Humility in winning, and in defeat, and being a positive example/role-model for CVHS Baseball both on and off the field.
As a parent in the CVHS Baseball Program, I will:
1) Show positive and encouraging support for my athlete.
2) Refrain from yelling at coaches and umpires at practice and games.
3) Adhere to the 24 Hour Rule if I am frustrated with game circumstances regarding my athlete.
4) Respect coaches decisions both in-games and at practices.
5) Keep open communication and transparency with goals, frustrations, input as needed with my coach.
24 Hour Rule:
If a player or parent is unhappy with playing time or a situation that presented itself in a game or practice, the 24 Hour Rule is to help cooler heads prevail in a constructive process after the incident. Proper procedure is as follows:
1) 24 Hours must pass BEFORE the incident is brought up.
2) The PLAYER must first communicate with their coach to discuss the incident.
3) If necessary, after the player and coach have communicated, parents may contact the coach at said level for additional communication/clarification.
4) If the matter is not resolved with the coach (coach of said level), the matter will be escalated appropriately to Coach Enockson and or the Athletic Director.