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PERRY TOWNSHIP ATHLETIC CODE OF CONDUCT

 

A.  Preface

 

  The Perry Township Athletic Code of Conduct does not supersede the Student Rights &

Responsibilities Policy for Students, Parents, and School Personnel of the Perry Township Schools.  Individuals may receive discipline under both discipline codes.  It is the belief of the coaches, administrators, and school board of Perry Township that participation in athletics is a privilege, not a right, and that as a representative of the school, school system, and community, the athlete is expected to assume certain responsibilities and to live up to certain expectations.  It is the purpose of this document to clarify those expectations.  A coach may have additional written team rules not addressed in this code.  Situations not addressed in this code will be addressed by the building principal.

 

B.  The Responsibilities of a Perry Township Athlete:  A student/athlete is expected to:

 

  1. Achieve academically to be the best of his/her abilities.  Each student’s first responsibility is to be a good student.
  2. Act in accordance with high standards of social behavior.
  3. Display good sportsmanship both on and off the field.
  4. Show respect to opponents, teammates, officials, spectators, coaches, and administrators.
  5. Maintain a good appearance including dress, grooming, and cleanliness.
  6. Use language that reflects positively on school, community, and family.  This includes information shared on social media sites.
  7. Be a positive leader in the classroom, on the playing field, in the school, and in the community.
  8. Comply with these guidelines in and out of season, on and off the playing field, at school and away from school.

 

C.  Eligibility: High School

 

  1. In order to be eligible according to the IHSAA, a student athlete must:

 

(a)    Have a completed physical form/release form on file with the athletic director of

his/her respective school.

(b)    Have passed five (5) or more full credit subjects during the past grading period and 

 be currently enrolled in five (5) or more full credit subjects.

2.    If an athlete quits a team while in-season, that athlete is ineligible to participate in another sport unless released by the Athletic Director.  This includes pre-season workouts.

 

D.  Eligibility: Academy/Middle School nine-week grade requirements and other eligibility standards)

standards)