CASL Code of Conduct

 

As a Parent or Guardian of a CASL swimmer I agree to:


● Help my swimmer(s) meet team and league expectations for conduct, sportsmanship,
and commitments
● Encourage my swimmer(s) towards improvement both in and out of the water and to be
supportive of each other as teammates and competitors
● Be respectful of all coaches, parents and league officials
● Promote and model appropriate behavior in regards to sportsmanship, language,
respect for host team’s facility and equipment rules and regulations, and assistance with
post-meet clean-up as appropriate and necessary
● Address any and all concerns during meets (including but not limited to timing, judging,
and scoring) with my own team’s Parent Rep so that they can communicate on my, and
my team’s, behalf with meet and league officials
● Ensure that all friends and family in attendance at CASL activities adhere to these same
guidelines
● Acknowledge that CASL is a recreational summer league intended as a fun introduction
to competitive swimming for new swimmers and a fun way to improve skills for returning
swimmers
● Understand that violation of this code of conduct may result in my removal from the meet

 

As a Coach or Parent Rep of CASL I agree to:


● Help my swimmers meet team and league expectations for conduct, sportsmanship, and
commitments
● Encourage my swimmers towards improvement both in and out of the water and to be
supportive of each other as teammates and competitors
● Be respectful of all coaches, parents and league officials
● Promote and model appropriate behavior in regards to sportsmanship, language, and
respect for host team’s facilities and equipment
● Address concerns during meets with respect and care and with the wellbeing of all
swimmer’s foremost in mind
● Acknowledge that it is solely the responsibility of meet and league officials to determine
disqualification of a swimmer for any and all infractions (including but not limited to
stroke and turn, false start, and personal conduct and behavior)
● Follow all league rules regarding age and ability divisions when creating meet rosters
● Acknowledge that CASL is a recreational summer league intended as a fun introduction
to competitive swimming for new swimmers and a fun way to improve skills for returning
swimmers
● Understand that violation of this code of conduct may result in my removal from the meet