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Central Coast Section Sportsmanship “Tool Kit”. Contains helpful tools…. Suggestions from member schools Guidelines from CIF/CCS offices Intended to be a “work in progress”. Other items may include…. Schedules of administrative supervision for contests

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contains helpful tools
Contains helpful tools…
  • Suggestions from

member schools

  • Guidelines from CIF/CCS offices
  • Intended to be a “work in progress”
other items may include
Other items may include…
  • Schedules of administrative supervision for contests
  • Schedules of officials, timers, announcers, scorekeepers for home contests
  • Rosters and schedules for your faculty and school offices
and some essentials all tool kits must include
and…some essentials all tool kits must include…
  • Supervision procedures & checklist

…and…

  • Sportsmanship procedures & checklist
keys to success supervision
Keys to Success:SUPERVISION
  • What needs to be done
  • Who needs to do it
  • How to do it
how to build your kit
How to build your kit …
  • Collaborate with your school’s leadership team
  • Involve many different “fingers” of the school to create ownership and a positive school culture
  • Create a tool kit that fits your school and serves as a source for implementing and seeking support
responsibility
Responsibility
  • Administrators, athletic directors, coaches and staff must commit to ensure that all policies and rules are known and followed.
  • Responsibility rests with all levels of administration
    • Responsibilities/duties should be verbalized, written, and followed up
    • It must be clear who to report to and how to report situations
what a school permits it promotes cif article 12a
“What a school permits, it promotes”CIF Article 12A
  • An institution must make expectations clear.
  • An institution needs to actively discipline those who violate the rules.
  • Compliance with CIF rules is everyone’s obligation.
keys to success host supervision
Keys to Success:HOST SUPERVISION
  • Plan Ahead…think about
    • The opponent
    • How your fans might behave
    • Site location and logistics
    • Events that might attract “others” to attend
    • Arrange for adequate security
create discuss distribute guidelines for
Create, discuss & distribute guidelines for….
  • Faculty supervisors
    • ”crowd control” procedures
  • Police and security personnel
    • Expectations before, during and after the contest
    • Locations where they should be
  • Contest administration
    • Behavior notices posted at entrances/ticket sales
    • Public address announcements regarding behavior and sportsmanship guidelines
before the contest
Before the contest…
  • Contact the other administrator prior to the game to review any conerns you or they might have.
  • Review any specific characteristics of the site or past experience with your opponents that warrant attention or special arrangements prior to the contest.
keys to success visitor supervision
Keys to Success: VISITOR SUPERVISION
  • Wear clothing that identifies you as a staff member of the school
  • Arrive 30 minutes prior to the start of the event and introduce yourself to the administrator of the other school and the officials
  • If available, obtain a walkie-talkie from the host school or exchange cell phone numbers for use in an emergency.
visitor supervision continued
Visitor Supervision…(continued)
  • Identify the area for your cheerleaders before the game and direct them to stay in the designated area.
  • Help direct your school’s supporters to the designated seating sections and position yourself where you can be see and be seen.
  • Help enforce rules with your students, parents and fans.
keys to success event supervision
Keys to Success:EVENT SUPERVISION
  • Greet the officials. Let them know how game supervisors can be recognized and where they will be located.
  • Be sure that the coaches and/or athletic director are supervising the players in the locker rooms before the game, at halftime and after the game.
  • Frosh & JV coaches need to supervise their players during the Varsity contest.
  • Be sure that the coach or other appropriate person is supervising the loading of the bus/vans to deter any post game incidents.
event supervision continued
Event Supervision…(continued)
  • Assist in keeping the court/field clear at halftime and after the contest.
  • Periodically check the restrooms and locker rooms.
  • During play, supervise from a position to observe fan behavior. Be in strategic positions after the game.
  • Be proactive in encouraging positive cheering and immediately be reactive in discouraging negative rooting.
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Event Supervision…(continued)
  • Be prepared to speak to students or adults rooting for your school who engage in negative rooting behavior. Have a strategy planned for approaching fans with problematic behavior.
  • Confiscate artificial noisemakers, laser pointers and other devices that could disrupt play or violate CCS Sportsmanship policies.
  • If needed, move and then remove disruptive individuals from the venue.
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Event Supervision…(continued)
  • Signs should be positive. If a sign needs to be removed, don’t rip it off the wall…remove it carefully and roll it up.
  • If the opponent’s rooters are using negative signs, call it to the attention of their supervisory personnel.
pursuing victory with honor
Pursuing Victory with Honor
  • The six Pillars of Character
    • Trust
    • Respect
    • Responsibility
    • Fairness
    • Citizenship
    • Caring
ideas for
Ideas for……
  • Administrators
  • Athletic & Activities Directors
  • Coaches
ccs policies and contract
CCS policies and contract
  • Can be found:
  • on the CCS web-site
  • in the Constitution & Bylaws

CCS Tournament/Playoff Sportsmanship Guidelines can be found in the Tournament Guide

create discuss distribute expected behaviors for
Create, discuss & distribute expected behaviors for…
  • Athletes
  • Spirit Leaders
  • Band
  • Students and Spectators
  • Coaches
  • Administration
suggestions to consider
Suggestions to consider…
  • Pursuing Victory with Honor letters sent home to parents/emailed/posted on website
  • Pursuing Victory with Honor contracts
    • For athletes
    • For coaches
    • For parents
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Suggestions to consider…

  • Steroid agreement
  • CCS sportsmanship contract
  • School contract signed by athlete & parents
  • Personalize Pursuing Victory with Honor documents with your school’s name.
other action steps
Other action steps…
  • Conduct meetings with coaches to review sportsmanship expectations
  • Meet with PA announcers to plan announcements that promote sportsmanship and a positive, spirited environment.
  • Conduct three seasonal mandatory parent & athlete meetings
  • Congratulate scholar-athletes in staff and parent emails/publications
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…and
  • Meet with spirit squads, band, and “unofficial cheerleaders” to review:
    • What cheers/music are appropriate
    • What signs/posters are appropriate
    • What actions might be viewed as demeaning
promoting sportsmanship
Promoting sportsmanship…
  • Distribute awards for athletes, coaches, spirit squads, school personnel and/or spectators in recognition of outstanding sportsmanship.
  • Post/promote
    • CIF code of ethics
    • CCS & League sportsmanship policies
    • Athletic mission statements of the district/school
remember your tool kit is only effective if you
Remember…your tool kit is only effective if you…
  • Choose the tools that are fit for YOUR school.
  • Add, update and USE your tool kit
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