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Parent Code of Conduct – Zero Tolerance Policy – CASPER YOUTH BASEBALL                                                                                             

The Casper Youth Baseball Organization will be following a “Zero Tolerance” policy regarding inappropriate behavior for its upcoming season and seasons thereafter. This policy will encompass all interactions during the course of the season which includes but not limited to practices, games, tournaments, all stars or any other league sponsored events.

The league, coaches, umpires, parents, and fans must make it a priority to promote fair play, good sportsmanship, and to teach our kids how to play the game the correct way. Too often, we as adults can forget this goal of youth sports. Parents are required to read and understand this form. Our “Parent Code of Conduct- Zero Tolerance” policy is stated below:

  1. It is the duty of all managers/coaches to control their players and spectators at all times.

  2. Parents shall control emotions, emphasize the ideals of sportsmanship, ethical conduct and fair play. “Check yourselves as well as those around you in the stands”.

  3. Cursing, obscene or threatening gestures or language, harassment of any kind, malicious or personal remarks between opponents, players, spectators or officials on or off the field will not be tolerated and will be subject to disciplinary action. Anyone in violation will be immediately removed from the field or field area and forbidden to return until disciplinary action(s)/decision(s) have been made. If it’s not positive, please refrain from saying it.

  4. We will not question umpire’s calls. Only the HEAD coaches are allowed to address umpires.

  5. Parents will remain off the field and out of the dugouts unless invited by the coach.

  6. The CYB Board, Umpire’s and all coaching staff are responsible for enforcing the rules and regulations on and off the playing field.

  7. Parents will help emphasize team spirit, team unity, and team effort for TEAM SUCCESS. 

  8. Concerns, questions, or ideas any spectator has for any coach should be handled tactfully away from the field.

  9. Any and all questions, concerns or reports regarding a disciplinary problem(s) and or action(s) can be directed in person to any CYB Board member or by email at [email protected]. Any and all information and concerns are strictly confidential and will not be shared with anyone other than the parties involved.

  10. If a spectator needs to be removed from the stands, it will be the coach’s responsibility to ask the parent to leave. If the parent refuses, their team will forfeit the game. The parent will also be suspended from the team’s next game.

Our organization’s goal is to ensure that our players, coaches, teams, parents, and yes umpires have the best baseball experience possible. We believe that adherence to the above rules should ensure this goal. Realistically, there may be times that disciplinary action will need to be taken: Any CYB Board Member or any Umpire in Charge or his Assistant can remove a parent (or guest of any parent) that acts in an inappropriate manner from the ballpark/facility. Repeat violations may lead to a full season, one year suspension and in severe cases – permanent suspension.

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Casper, Wyoming 82602

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