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Parent Code of Conduct 

RUSH WISCONSIN SOUTHEAST expects that all parents, guardians and supporters will maintain a high standard of conduct at all times, and the Club will enforce the standard firmly and fairly. If and when violations occur, the violator will receive disciplinary action from RUSH WISCONSIN SOUTHEAST according to its Rules & Policies. Expectations include the following: 

1. Set a good example at all times, regardless of the outcome of a game or tournament. Exhibit a consistently positive attitude toward players, coaches, officials, and spectators, and encourage each team member. 

2. Remain calm and display no ill-tempered behavior. Foul language has no place on the soccer field, either at games or practices. 

3. Refrain from yelling at the referees, coaches or players. It is not acceptable to yell at a game official. Direct communication with referees should come from the coaches and/or the Club only. 

4. Refrain from coaching your player or any other player. Coaching consists of giving directions or instruction to players during games and training sessions. 

5. Respect the opponents. Address no comments to opposing players, coaches, spectators, or referees unless your comments express genuine respect, or unless they constitute a direct response to questions by game, league or tournament officials. In other words, “If you can’t say anything nice, please don’t say anything at all.” 

6. Refrain from smoking or alcohol consumption during soccer games or practices. Point out the disadvantages of smoking, drinking and drug abuse, especially in athletic performance, to your players. 

7. Support your player and the team by following the rules regarding equipment, practices, and arriving on time and ready to play. Be sure that your player has the proper clothing and equipment every time he or she steps onto the soccer field. 

8. Follow field rules during games. Parents are to be on the opposite side of the field from players. Only team players and coaches are allowed on the teams’ field side before, during, and after games.