Spectator Code of Conduct
Consistently give positive feedback to players and others.
Present positive comments before, during and after the game. Spectators, both student and adult, must demonstrate courtesy and good sportsmanship by positive cheers of encouragement for their team, not against the opposing team. This is evidenced by the absence of booing and vulgarities.
Be helpful to others (i.e. willingly offer information about the game, score, scheduling, venue locations, etc. to onlookers)
Spectators must also show proper acceptance of officials’ judgment and treat volunteers (scorekeepers) with respect.
Artificial noisemakers are not permitted during provincial championship tournaments/events. These noisemakers may include but are not limited to: air horns, cowbells, plastic tube horns, garbage can lids, etc. The provincial championship host shall have the authority to eject from the competition facility individuals who, following a warning, refuse to comply with this requirement.
No Smoking Policy:
All schools are smoke-free facilities. Smoking by athletes, parents, and spectators is prohibited.
During Thursday and Friday competition and activities please be advised that classes will be in session during class time and other events will be going on in the school. Please be courteous and respectful during this time and for the duration of the tournament.