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STAND UP FOR RESPECT! SPORTSMANSHIP: “IT STARTS WITH YOU”. PENFIELD CENTRAL SCHOOLS Monroe County Public High School Athletic Association (MCPSAA). WHAT IS THE PROBLEM? COLLEGES. FANS' BEHAVIOR AT GAMES BECOMING INCREASINGLY FOUL

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STAND UP FOR RESPECT!SPORTSMANSHIP:“IT STARTS WITH YOU”

PENFIELD CENTRAL SCHOOLS

Monroe County Public High School Athletic Association(MCPSAA)


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WHAT IS THE PROBLEM? COLLEGES

FANS' BEHAVIOR AT GAMES

BECOMING INCREASINGLY FOUL

“Whatever became of sportsmanship? Or civility? Or respect? In far too many college basketball arenas, those terms are yesterday's news. Fan misbehavior has become an epidemic. What once were good-natured fun have become over-the-top personal attacks on college students who happen to play basketball.”

Dick Jerardi, Philadelphia

Daily News, March 24, 2004

“While support of our team may be well-intentioned, displays of profanity simultaneously debase our team, our athletes and our university.”

Dan Mote, University of Maryland President


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WHAT IS THE PROBLEM? COLLEGES

  • RIOTS, FIRES, DESTROYED CARS MARK FOOTBALL AND BASKETBALL GAME WINS AND DEFEATS

  • University of Maryland; West Virginia University; Ohio State University

  • OHIO STATE U FANS REACTED TO PUBLIC SERVICE ANNOUNCEMENTS REQUESTING PROPER FAN BEHAVIOR AS “OFFENSIVE”

  • PARENTS RESPONDED NEGATIVELY TO CORREPONDENCE TO REQUEST THEIR KIDS TO ACT RESPONSIBLY BEFORE, DURING AND AFTER OSU—MSU GAME


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In western Pennsylvania, a parent came out of the stands, picked up a basketball official and body-slammed him to the court. The official was knocked unconscious and suffered a severe concussion.

A top high school basketball team was beaten in a game that ended in an on-court brawl among fans in which a coach was hit with a bottle and five people were treated at a hospital.

WHAT IS THE PROBLEM? HIGH SCHOOLS

  • At a NYS middle school at conclusion of a girls’ soccer game, other team ignored, called unmentionable names, gave middle finger and spit on hands before shaking hands of home team.


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NYS Youth Soccer Referee:

“I’ve seen parents yell at kids (8,9,10 years old) for not passing ball to their child; for missing shots; for committing fouls. I have seen coaches turn their backs on kids after letting goals in.”

A Utah referee kicked by an angry parent after a youth football game gives up refereeing

WHAT IS THE PROBLEM? YOUTH SPORTS

  • Deputy sheriffs patrol sidelines of youth football games


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FIGHT ERUPTS DURING ST. JOHN FISHER AND NAZARETH COLLEGE BASKETBALL GAME

SHERIFF DEPUTIES CALLED TO RESTORE ORDER

BASKETBALL PLAYERS AND FANS DISCIPLINED

PENFIELD SPORTS FAN BEHAVIORS:

STUDENTS EJECTED FOR FIGHTING AT FOOTBALL AND SOCCER GAMES

MOSH PIT RESULTS IN MINOR INJURIES TO SEVERAL STUDENTS AT ICE HOCKEY GAME

STUDENT SECTIONS CHANT SEXUAL AND PERSONAL TAUNTS AT EACH OTHER AT BASKETBALL AND ICE HOCKEY CONTESTS

SPORTS FANS BEHAVIOR LOCALLY LAST YEAR

  • SIMILAR BEHAVIOR BY SPORTS FANS IN OTHER SCHOOLS AND DISTRICTS IN OUR COUNTY


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Increase in profane, aggressive, violent and destructive behavior, before, during and after the game

Belief and attitude that this behavior is appropriate behavior for athletic competitions

Increased costs of security

In Penfield we reduced supplies 10%, while costs for security have doubled

Sports officials are quitting, along with some coaches and players

Mental and physical injuries

WHAT IS WRONG?

IT’S NOT ABOUT THE GAME ANYMORE

WHAT ARE CONSEQUENCES?

WE’RE GOING TO “TAKE BACK THE GAME”


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To be sure that we promote good sportsmanship, please reflect on your behaviors to ensure they meet the following:

Ask yourself are my actions:

HONORABLE?

RESPONSIBLE?

RESPECTFUL?

And do my actions:

PROMOTE COOPERATION

GOOD SPORTSMANSHIP


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IF THE ANSWER IS “YES”. . .YOU WILL have helped create the proper arena for High School Competition.

  • Applaud during the introduction of players, coaches, and officials

  • Remove hats, stand and show respect throughout the singing of anthems and pledges

  • Keep all cheers positive

  • Accept decisions of official (s) and supervisors

  • Remember the competition is a game

  • Demonstrate genuine concern for an injured player (s), regardless of team

  • Encourage fellow spectators to display sportsmanlike conduct

  • Applaud at the end of the contest for the performance of all participants


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IF YOU WISH TO CONTINUE PARTICIPATION AT OUR ATHLETIC EVENTS, YOU WILL REFRAIN FROM:

  • Showing disrespect while teams are being introduced and when teams, cheerleaders, or drill teams are performing (ex. Chanting over a cheer; holding up newspapers; turning backs).

  • Making derogatory chants, songs and/or gestures.

  • Acting in ways that take away from the game (ex. Using names, numbers, nicknames or ethnic slurs, profanity, artificial noise makers; antagonizing the other team’s fans)

  • Booing or heckling officials’ decisions

  • Creating unsafe situations (ex. Throwing things onto the field; moshing; rushing field at the end of games)


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NYS PUBLIC HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION EVENTS, YOU WILL REFRAIN FROM:WHAT IS SPORTSMANSHIP?

  • Sportsmanship (noun): Sportsmanship is a demonstration of generosity and genuine concern for others.

  • It is a concrete measure of understanding and commitment to fair play, ethical behavior and integrity.


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MONROE COUNTY PUBLIC SCHOOL EVENTS, YOU WILL REFRAIN FROM:

ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION

  • The MCPSAA has worked hard to create a sense of teamwork, respect, responsibility and perspective.

  • Let all competitions reflect mutual respect among coaches, participants, officials and SPECTATORS.


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STAND UP FOR RESPECT! EVENTS, YOU WILL REFRAIN FROM:DON’T BE A SPORTS BULLY


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A BULLY: EVENTS, YOU WILL REFRAIN FROM:

STUDENT OR GROUP

OF STUDENTS

CAN BE A BOY OR GIRL;

CAN BE BIG OR SMALL

BULLYING BEHAVIOR

DOES THE INTENTIONALLY

HURTFUL “ACT” ON PURPOSE:

NAME-CALLING; RUMORS;

PUSHING; TRIPPING; KICKING;

SWEARING; TEASING;

INTIMIDATING; LEAVING OTHERS OUT

REPEATS THE

ACTION:

CAN BE IN

DIFFERENT FORMS

HAS BEEN TOLD TO STOP

AND DOES NOT:

BY OTHER STUDENTS; PARENT;

SCHOOL AUTHORITIES; OTHER ADULTS

HAS CONSEQUENCES:

SOCIAL; SCHOOL; LEGAL


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A BULLY: EVENTS, YOU WILL REFRAIN FROM:

STUDENT or ADULT;

GROUP OF STUDENTS

OR ADULTS

SPORTS BULLYING

DOES THE “ACT”

ON PURPOSE:

NAME-CALLING; TAUNTS; HAZING

PROFANITY; INTIMIDATING;

THROWING THINGS; FIGHTING

REPEATS THE

ACTION:

CAN BE IN

DIFFERENT FORMS

HAS BEEN TOLD TO STOP

AND DOES NOT:

BY REFEREES; COACHES; SECURITY;

OTHER FANS

HAS CONSEQUENCES:

EJECTION-GAME; SEASON; YEAR

LEGAL ACTION


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STAND UP FOR RESPECT! EVENTS, YOU WILL REFRAIN FROM:

BULLYING

IN

PENFIELD


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“STAND UP FOR RESPECT!” EVENTS, YOU WILL REFRAIN FROM:

“SPORTSMANSHIP:

IT STARTS WITH ALL OF US!”


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STAND UP FOR RESPECT! EVENTS, YOU WILL REFRAIN FROM:

  • SPORTSMANSHIP STARTS WITH:

ALL OF US!

COACHES

ATHLETES

OFFICIALS

SPECTATORS

PARENTS


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