SBBGC CODE OF CONDUCT
Individuals may forfeit their privileges for failure to abide by the following:• No arguing with the official’s decisions or calls. The Captains and/or Coaches may approach Officials for clarification of decisions only. • No person may interfere with any Prince George's County Boys and Girls Club employee, any M-NCPPC Parks & Recreation employee or any South Bowie Boys and Girls Club volunteer acting in the course of their official duties. • A person requested to leave commission property by authorized personnel must do so immediately. • The possession, use or distribution of weapons, instruments used as weapons, fireworks or explosives is prohibited. Any player who removes his football helmet and uses it as a weapon will be suspended indefinitely. • Fighting, theft and vandalism will not be tolerated. • Refrain from indecent, obscene or hate language or conduct, including the use of profanity, derogatory gestures, and intimidating comments. • Physical or sexual assault, battery or improper touching will result in suspension and will be reported to the authorities. • Possession, use or distribution of alcohol, illegal drugs or controlled dangerous substances is prohibited, as is the use of tobacco products in Commission facilities. • All animals must be on a leash and kept in paved areas. No animals are allowed on playing fields. • There is zero tolerance for driving at an unsafe speed in the parking lot. Please drive with caution while on the park premises.Proper supervision and safety precautions will be always taken; however, the athlete participated at his/her own risk. The South Bowie Boys and Girls Club or their volunteers will not assume liability for injury. All coaches are reminded that they are responsible for the conduct of their players prior, during and after a game. All players, families and spectators sign and agree to the Code of Conduct when registering for each sport at South Bowie Boys and Girls Club. The safety of our teams is our number one priority.