Scituate Youth Lacrosse is dedicated to promoting the sport of lacrosse for boys and girls in Scituate. We aspire to be an organization providing a high quality experience for every child by striving to build a culture with the highest personal integrity

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Code of Conduct

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Code of Conduct

The mission of Scituate Youth Lacrosse (SYL) is to teach the fundamentals of the game in a fun and safe environment.  We are a volunteer organization that emphasizes skills development and sportsmanship.  As a participant in the SYL program, parents are required to review this code of content with their children.  Players and parents are required to pledge to:

·       Exhibit exemplary behavior at all games, practices, and skills
·       Always be in control of my emotions
·       Always be respectful to coaches, officials, and the opposing team
·       Not make disparaging remarks or gestures of any type with regard to the coaches, officials or the opposing team
·       Not publicly criticize or demean the coaches, officials, teammates, or the opposing team
·       Be a role model for others
·       While attending games, all spectators are required to watch from the opposite side of the field of the players and not along the end lines.
·       Parents & players are encouraged to learn the rules of the game
·       If you encounter a problem, notify the President, Boys or Girls Level Director, or a member of the Scituate Youth Lacrosse board of directors
·       Parents are discouraged from coaching children during practices or games
·       Parents are encouraged to emphasize fun and teamwork
·       Verbally bullying teammates or opponents will not be tolerated
I have read and willingly accept these rules. I agree to abide by the principles and regulations of SYL. I understand that if I do not abide by these rules, I can be banned from playing or watching any event inside the facility. Refunds will not be granted to players dismissed from Scituate Youth Lacrosse for violating the Code of Conduct