Parent Code of Conduct
You, as spectators, are permitted to attend extra-curricular activities only as guests of the school district. Spectators, like the student participants, are expected to display mature behavior and sportsmanship. The failure of spectators to do so is not only disruptive but is embarrassing to the students, the school district and the entire community.
If a spectator at an extra-curricular activity becomes physically or verbally abusive, uses vulgar or obscene language, or in any way impedes the performance of an activity, the school administration may recommend the exclusion of the spectator for the present and/or future activities.
Any student/spectator who is representing North Scott at any of our extra-curricular activities is responsible to conduct his/her actions in such a manner as to represent high ideals and principles of North Scott High School. Students are expected to refrain from taunting, using inappropriate cheers, language or other negative and disruptive actions.
Attendance at extra-curricular events is considered a privilege. If you choose not to follow these guidelines, you will be asked to leave the premises and will not be allowed to attend future North Scott activities.
Positive communication between supervisors, student participants, and parent/guardian play a key role in the success of our programs. Supervisors and student participants must assume a major responsibility in keeping the lines of communication open. Parents must encourage their sons/daughters to ask questions of their supervisors concerning any area that involves their placement on the extra-curricular team or group and their skill evaluation. Individual meetings with student participants may be scheduled periodically throughout the year. Supervisors must encourage their student participants to have one-on-one communication with them. Parents must communicate with their children regarding their participation. Supervisors and parents may meet if problems or unanswered questions persist. Board Policy No. 503.4
Real champions practice good sportsmanship and citizenship.