|Please read all of the following infomation as you will have to sign off on all of it. Thankyou.
As a parent and as an Athlete it is important to recognize the signs, symptoms, and behaviors of concussions. By filling out the electronic form you are stating that you understand the importance of recognizing and responding to the signs, symptoms, and behaviors of a concussion or head injury.
PARENT CONCUSSION AGREEMENT
I have read the Parent Concussion and Head Injury Information and understand what a concussion is and how it may be caused. I also understand the common signs, symptoms, and behaviors. I agree that my child must be removed from practice/play if a concussion is suspected. I understand that it is my responsibility to seek medical treatment if a suspected concussion is reported to me. I understand that my child cannot return to practice/play until providing written clearance from an appropriate health care provider to his/her coach. I understand the possible consequences of my child returning to practice/play too soon.
ATHLETE(S) CONCUSSION AGREEMENT
I have read the Athlete Concussion and Head Injury Information and understand what a concussion is and how it may be caused. I understand the importance of reporting a suspected concussion to my coaches and my parents/guardian. I understand that I must be removed from practice/play if a concussion is suspected. I understand that I must provide written clearance from an appropriate health care provider to my coach before returning to practice/play. I understand the possible consequence of returning to practice/play too soon and that my brain needs time to heal.
IN CASE OF AN ACCIDENT
In case of accident or serious illness, I request that the coaches or trainer contact me. If they are unable to reach me, I HEREBY AUTHORIZE the coaches:
WAIVER AND RELEASE OF LIABILITY AGREEMENT
- To call and follow the instructions of the physician or to call for ambulance for assistance if needed
- To take whatever arrangements as seem necessary in their judgement.
In consideration of being allowed to participate in the MLHS YOUTH SOCCER CLUB, related events and activities, the undersigned acknowledge and agree that:
I have read this Medical Information & Waiver Agreement, fully understand its terms, and sign it freely and voluntary without any inducement.
- While particular rules, equipment, and personal discipline may reduce the risk of serious injury from activities involved in athletics, the risk does exist; and,
- I knowingly and freely assume all such risks, both known and unknown; and,
- I fully understand and agree that MANITOWOC LUTHERAN HIGH SCHOOL, the MLHS YOUTH SOCCER CLUB, its coaches, and designated parties may not be held responsible for injuries sustained by me or my child on or off the field or court; and
- I will comply with all rules and regulations of the MLHS YOUTH SOCCER CLUB; and,
- I willingly agree to comply with the stated and customary terms and conditions for participation. If, however, I observe any unusual significant hazards during my presence or participation, or if injury occurs while participating in an activity, I will remove myself or my child from participation and bring such to the attention of the nearest team official immediately; and,
- I, for myself and on behalf of my heirs, assigns, and personal representatives, hereby release and hold harmless the MLHS YOUTH SOCCER CLUB, its members, officers, coaches, officials, agents, employees, other participants, sponsoring agencies, sponsors, advertisers, and, if applicable, owners and lessors of premises used to conduct the event (“Releasees”), with respect to any and all injury, disability, death, or loss or damage to person or property.
MLHS Youth Soccer Club Agreement
In registering for the MLHS Youth Soccer Club, I agree to and understand the following:
Christian behavior is expected from all players, parents, and coaches at all times.
I/my child will attend all practices and games. Opportunity to participate and excel is guaranteed, but playing time is not.
Those that consistently attend practice, give 100%, and show understanding of new concepts and skills will deservedly play more.
I give permission to MLHS to utilize and release photographs or information about my student's participation in the program (including newspapers, radio or TV stations, flyers, websites, etc.)
All fees will be paid at time of registration prior to participation.
I will be financially responsible for any program-owned equipment not returned in good condition promptly after the season.
MLHS Youth Soccer Club Code of Conduct
The MHLS Lake to Lake Soccer Program was established to promote the game of soccer and to provide an atmosphere in which the game can be learned and enjoyed. To this end the MHLS Soccer Board of Directors has created the following Code of Conduct. All Players, coaches, and parents of all Lutheran Soccer teams are required to abide by this code.
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- During team practices, players are expected to come prepared, to treat their teammates with respect, and to cooperate with their coaches. An unwillingness to cooperate will result in disciplinary action by coaches i.e. dismissing players from practice, requesting parental assistance for this player at practice, or further action by the Board.
- Coaches are expected to come prepared for practice, treat players and parents with respect, and to show fairness towards all players.
- During team practices, players are expected to conduct themselves in a sporting like manner at all time while participating in all league events.
- Opposing players and coaches, as well as referees, should be treated with respect.
- Coaches, including assistant coaches, are charged with the responsibility of controlling players, parents, and themselves at all times during the game. All rules of the game are to be followed and the referee is the enforcer of these rules.The games may be ended at the discretion of the referee for disruptive behavior by players, parents, and coaches.
- As parents, coaches and spectators you set an example for all children. Parents and spectators can be a very positive influence on the game of soccer and are encouraged to attend as many games as possible to support these children.
- Coaches, parents, and spectators who are disrespectful to referees, other parents, players, or other coaches cannot be tolerated. It is the responsibility of the coaches/referees to control disruptive fans.
- CURRENT FIFA RULES APPLY WITH SPECIAL EMPHASIS ON THE FOLLOWING: MISCONDUCT: As defined in the laws of soccer, misconduct may be of two kinds. Misconduct resulting in a CAUTION, and misconduct resulting in EJECTION Caution (indicated by referee raising a yellow card):
- Ejection (indicated by referee raising a red card) and is an automatic ejection:
- Violent behavior, such as spitting, striking, or maliciously kicking another player.
- Foul behavior or abusive language.
- Persisting in misconduct after receiving a caution. A player cannot be cautioned twice in the same game. The second caution must result in ejection. I have read the code of conduct and agree to abide by it.
- Unsporting like conduct, that is, deliberately interfering with the referee’s control of the game by such means as purposely delaying the game, insulting behavior, or particularly hard fouls.
- Dissent that is arguing with the referee.
- Persistent breaking of the rules of the game.
- Illegal substitution – entering the field of lay without the referee’s permission.