Parent Conduct



Your child's success or lack of success in sports does not indicate what kind of parent you are.  But having an athlete that is coachable, respectful, a great teammate, mentally tough, resilient, has a positive attitude, and tries their best IS a direct reflection of your parenting.


The Parent Code of Conduct

  1. I will remember that my child plays sports for their enjoyment, not mine.  I will encourage my child to play by the rules and to resolve conflicts without resorting to hostility or violence.
  2. I will teach my child that doing one's best is as important as winning, so that my child will never feel defeated by the outcome of a game/event.
  3. I will make my child feel like a winner every time by offering praise for competing fairly and trying their hardest.
  4. I will remember that children learn best by example.  I will applaud good players' performances by both my child's team and their opponents.
  5. I will not force my child to participate in sports. I will never question the official's judgement or honesty in public.
  6. I will support all efforts to remove verbal and physical abuse from children's sporting activities.
  7. I will respect and show appreciation for the trained volunteer coaches who give their time to provide sport activities for my child, understanding that I have a responsibility to be a part of my child's development.
  8. I will respect and show appreciation for the other parents who share these beliefs. 


Upcoming Events

Nov. 22, 2019 to Nov. 23, 2019

Bears and Panda's Night Out
More information to come and confirmation on which day your child will be given tickets to attend with their team.

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Dec. 19, 2019 to Dec. 20, 2019

Kings U13/U15 All Star Games

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