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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


  • 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
  • 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
  • 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
  • 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
  • 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.
event supervision continued19
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

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
  • 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