Parent's Commitment


Redwater Minor Hockey is comprised of volunteers committed to creating a safe and fun environment for our children to play hockey.

Expectations:

- Parents and players are required to read, understand and abide by the "Code of Conduct" on the registration form.

- Registration forms are to be signed, fees paid in full and received by Redwater Minor Hockey before your child can step on the ice. Final payment date is September 1st of the current year.


- Returning players will be subject to a $100.00 late fee if not registered by May 1st of the current year.


-All players must have at least one parent certified in the pare "Respect in Sport"

- Fundraising is an option - choose not to fundraise you pay additional fees  

- choose to fundraise you pay less fee 

Whatever you choose a fundraising cheque is required, either post dated and returned or cashed at the beginning of the season. 

 

- Time Box, Score Keeper, Manager, Coaching, Jersey Parent, 50/50 and Home Game Board are NOT considered fundraising. These are day to day team expectations and all parents are be involved.

Families receive $50.00 off of fees for attending the Redwater Minor Hockey Annual General Meeting in the spring. 


The Sport Parent's Commitment

  •  I do not force my child to participate in sports. They do so voluntarily, for their own enjoyment.
  •  I do not live vicariously through my child in sports.
  • I do not have unrealistic expectations of my child in sports.
  •  I teach my child that winning isn’t everything and to take each victory with humility and grace
  • I teach my child to accept loses with good sportsmanship and as an opportunity to improve
  •  I always find something to praise in my child’s performance.
  •  I let my child set his/her own standards of excellence.
  • I provide love and support for my child regardless of sport performance and motivation.
  •  I support the coach’s decisions and employ the 24-hour rule when discussing any concerns with the coach.
  • I openly support and respect the decisions of officials and set an example for my child and other parents in doing so.
  • I will speak out and intervene in instances of unacceptable behaviour. I will not be a bullying bystander!
  •  I cheer for the team and my child in only positive ways from the stands.
  •  I provide positive support and encouragement to my child’s teammates.
  •  I never smoke or drink alcohol around my child’s sporting events.






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