Code of Conduct
Clyde-Savannah Spectator Courtesy Code of Conduct
It is the belief that good sportsmanship on the part of spectators at all Clyde-Savannah contests is as important as good sportsmanship on the part of the student-athletes. The following guidelines for spectator conduct are expected as a means of continuing and strengthening the ties that exist between competing schools.
Spectators are encouraged to be actively involved in positive behaviors that promote enthusiastic support for our interscholastic teams. Spectators should cheer for our teams rather than against others. Discourteous or unsportsmanlike behaviors are unacceptable.
Spectators should recognize and show appreciation for an outstanding play by either team.
Remember that the coaches and officials are people just like you and deserve to be treated with the same respect you except.
Make your children and classmates proud.
No spectator should be involved in any of the following actions:
o No one shall throw any object on to the playing surface. This action is equally dangerous to your team, other participants and spectators.
o No one shall use unacceptable language when cheering or engage in any cheer that is demeaning to a team or an individual (players, coaches, referees, or other spectators).
o No spectators shall post negative signage of any type.
o No sound producing devices shall be used. This includes horns of any type, whistles, drums, etc.
o The mission of the Clyde-Savannah Athletic Department is to teach our student athletes to play sports with passion, with purpose and with pride.
Section V states: Be Loud, Be Proud, Be Positive!