Respect In Sport (Haldimand Rivercats Girls Hockey)

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Respect in Sport
 (parent program)

MUST be completed by one parent per player/family before September 1st. From this date on players will not be allowed on the ice until completed.

If you have taken the course for the OMHA, you can import your certificate to the Haldimand Girls Hockey Association.

Take Course Online or Transfer Certificate

Families are to review the expectations regarding conduct in arenas.  Keep in mind that our children are watching and learning from our behavior. Our coaches and bench staff are volunteers and are to be respected for the time they give. By signing the waiver during the rostering process, players and parents agree to abide by the OWHA Code of Behavior and their Code of Ethics which can be found on the OWHA website. Players are expected to demonstrate sportsmanship on and off the ice and to respect teammates and staff.  Please have a discussion about these expectations with your daughter as soon as possible.  Players and parents are also reminded to use social media in a positive manner to promote girls hockey. Use of cellphones is not permitted in dressing rooms. Failure to follow this OWHA rule may result in suspensions or other disciplinary action by the association.

If you intend to volunteer as an assistant, manager, trainer or dressing room helper, you are required by the OWHA to complete Respect in Sport (for Activity Leaders) and have a Vulnerable Sector Check (police check).  Please do not wait until the fall to begin this process. This training ensures that all staff reviews the expectations regarding behavior as role models.

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Printed from rivercats.ca on Wednesday, July 17, 2019 at 5:37 AM