2015 Registration Form Ball Player’s Name Birth date Parent’s Name (M) Phone # (D) Phone # Address______________________________________________________________ (M) Email Address____________________________________________________________________ (D) Email Address_____________________________________________________________________ Uniform Size 6/8 10/12 14/16 18/20 AS AM AL AXL A2XL Ball Player’s Age Group (Boys age as of April 30th 2015) (Girls age as of January 1st 2015) ____ T-Ball $55 ____ T-Ball $55 ____ 7-8 Boys $70 ____ 8 & Under Girls $70 ____ 9-10 Boys $80 ____ 10 & Under Girls $80 ____ 11-12 Boys $150* ____ 12 & Under Girls $120** (Additional Tournaments will cost $20 or less) ____ ∗ 13-14 Boys $150* ____ 14 & Under Girls $120** (Each tournament will cost approximately $20) Additional $40 if uniform required ____ 16/18 & Under Girls $200** ** Replacement cost of uniform will be charged if damaged/not returned. may justne son you may be the For Association Use Only Registration Coach Y $ N Asst Coach Y Check #_____________ N Received by__________ Late Registration Fee: $25 after Jan 31, 2015 PLATTSMOUTH PARENT/PLAYER CONTRACT I (The Player), promise to be a drug-free player of the Plattsmouth Baseball/Softball Association. I understand that the use or possession of tobacco, tobacco products, alcohol, or other drugs is prohibited and will result in my immediate removal from the official roster for the remainder of the season. Appropriate language and behavior is expected. Inappropriate language or disrespect shown to umpires, coaches, or other players will result in disciplinary actions to be taken which may include benching or removal from roster. I (The Parent), promise to use appropriate language and behavior. Inappropriate language or disrespect shown to umpires, coaches, or other players will result in disciplinary actions to be taken which may include restrictions from the Ball Park or removal your child from the roster. We, the undersigned, understand these conditions are a prerequisite of the PLATTSMOUTH BASEBALL/SOFTBALL ASSOCIATION and will abide by these rules. PLAYER: PARENT: DATE: I give my permission for photos of my child to be displayed on the website. Name of child (ren)_________________________________________________________________________________ Parent signature___________________________________________________________________________________ Date_______________________________________________________________________________________________ NO FEES WILL BE REFUNDED IF THIS CONTRACT IS BROKEN PLATTSMOUTH BASEBALL AND SOFTBALL PARENTS ASSOCIATION 2015 RULES OF CONDUCT I agree to the 2015 Rules of Conduct agreement. Parent’s Signature Player’s Signature Coach’s Signature Player’s Printed Name EMERGENCY CONSENT FORM .....IF YOU GRANT PERMISSION TO ADMINISTER ANESTHETIC AND/OR EMERGENCY TREATMENT AS REQUIRED TO YOUR SON OR DAUGHTER, PLEASE COMPLETE THIS FORM. YOUTH ACTIVITIES EMERGENCY INFORMATION Participants Name Birth Date Parent’s Name Address Phone If no answer, please phone in case of emergency: Name Phone Physician Hospitalization Insurance Phone Date of Last Physical History of Diabetes or Epilepsy Allergies to Sulfa, Penicillin etc. Parent’s permission to administer anesthetic and/or emergency treatment as required? Signature of Parent/Guardian YES NO Date SELECT OPTION AND SIGN ONLY ONE FORM .....IF YOU DO NOT GRANT PERMISSION TO ADMINISTER ANESTHETIC AND/OR EMERGENCY TREATMENT AS REQUIRED TO YOUR SON OR DAUGHTER, PLEASE COMPLETE THIS FORM. YOUTH ACTIVITIES EMERGENCY INFORMATION LIABILITY RELEASE This will certify that I, , (Parent) or (Guardian), of , having been requested to furnish all of the aforementioned information and to execute the same, decline to do so and decline to grant by a doctor of medicine and decline to grant permission to any person to administer an anesthetic in the event of a medical emergency to , on the grounds that such actions are contrary to my and his/her religious beliefs/teachings. This will further certify that I hereby release and forever discharge The American Legion, its members, its agents, its representatives, and its employees from any and all liabilities of any nature whatever from any injury or harm or complication of any kind that may result, directly or indirectly, by reason of my refusal and failure to grant the permission for emergency medical treatment and for the administration of an anesthetic to , and by my refusal and failure to furnish all the information requested on the top portion of this form by my refusal and failure to execute same. Player name Parent/Guardian Signature Date Parent Information Sheet PARENT RESPONSIBILITIES OF A PLAYER Registration Fee Provide glove and appropriate shoes Provide transportation to the game Provide pants, belts, socks (Boys) Return uniforms at seasons end (12U and 14U Girls) This signed form plus registration fees/deposits must be in the possession of the Association before the player is allowed to play the first game of the season. PLATTSMOUTH BASEBALL AND SOFTBALL PARENTS ASSOCIATION 2015 RULES OF CONDUCT 1. 2. 3. 4. 1. 2. 3. 4. 1. 2. 3. 4. RULES FOR PLAYERS Players will be drug, alcohol and tobacco free. Players will show respect for coaches at all times. Coaches will be addressed as coach, Coach Smith, or Mr./Ms. Smith. Players will not yell at or argue with coaches. In case of a disagreement or the player does not understand the coaches philosophy, a private respectful discussion is the appropriate solution. Players will show respect to umpires at all times. If a controversial call occurs the coach is responsible to call time and discuss it with the umpire. The player will not argue with the umpire. Players will not display unsportsmanlike or destructive behavior. Making negative remarks to umpires, coaches, teammates, opponents, spectators, cussing audibly or “under ones breath”, throwing bats or helmets, kicking dirt or fences, pushing, punching or spitting at anyone and other types of negative behavior are unacceptable. RULES OF PARENTS Parents will not try to coach their children during a game. This includes during warm-ups, the entire game, and immediately following the game when the coaches are reviewing the game with their team. Parents will have no communication with umpires during a game. Under no circumstances will any spectator complain about a ruling an umpire makes on the field. There will be no heckling or remarks etc. Parents will have no negative communication with coaches at a game or a practice. Unless there is immediate concern about a child’s physical or emotional well being, concerned parents will call the coach and schedule a time to discuss issues. This time will be independent of any game or practice. Parents/spectators will not have any communication with any coach or player on the opposing team. Parents will not assist or interfere in any way with any practice or game. If someone desires to be of assistance, they can volunteer their services to the coach and then help out as directed. The coach is in control at all times. A parent arbitrarily entering a practice field and teaching a technique may be teaching in a way completely contradictory to the coach and may cause confusion for the players. RULES FOR COACHES Coaches will protect umpires from spectators. If a parent/spectator is making inappropriate comments to or about an umpire or his calls, the coach will ask the individual to stop or to leave and if necessary remind them that their child can be removed from the team. Coaches will not criticize a player or engage in any behavior physically or emotionally abusive to a player. Coaches will protect both his and the opposing teams players and coaches from spectators. If a parent/spectator is making inappropriate comments to opposing teams players and coaches, the coach will ask the individual to stop or to leave and if necessary remind them that their child can be removed from the team. Coaches will make only constructive remarks to an umpire. When a questionable call occurs or if a coach needs clarification of a rule, the coach will call time out and have a respectful discussion with the umpire. No yelling, kicking 5. 1. 2. 3. dirt, rending of garments, etc. is acceptable. Coaches will be drug, alcohol and tobacco free where youth players are present, on the field during practices and games. STEPS FOR CONFLICT RESOLUTION If a conflict occurs between two individuals, such as a coach and a player, or a coach and a parent, etc., the appropriate way to handle the conflict is; for a time to be arranged to have a respectful discussion of the disagreement, Either party may request a member of the board to be present as a witness or a mediator and this will be provided. If resolution cannot be reached between the two parties the next step is to take the issue to the commissioner for that age group. If resolution of the issue cannot be reached the problem is then referred to the entire board. PROCEDURES TO BE APPLIED WHEN RULES ARE NOT FOLLOWED All of the expectations for everyone associated with baseball and softball in Plattsmouth have been presented here in print. When expectations are not met the following guidelines will be followed. When a player does not meet expectations. 1. The coach will counsel the player about inappropriate behavior. 2. If behavior does not improve, the coach will bench the player for one or more games. 3. If behavior does not improve, the coach will have a discussion with the commissioner, player and parents. 4. If behavior does not improve, the coach will take the matter to the board for possible dismissal of player. When a parent does not meet expectations. 1. Coach will try to resolve the issue as soon as possible with a conversation. 2. The coach will refer the matter to the appropriate commissioner for resolution. 3. The commissioner will request that parent will not attend games or practices. 4. The board will remove the player associated with the parent from the program. Registration fee will normally not be refunded. When a coach is the problem. 1. The matter will be presented to appropriate commissioner. 2. The matter will be presented by commissioner to the board for counsel of coach or dismissal of coach and/or barring coach from future involvement in program as is judged to be appropriate by the board. Board of Directors Monica Olsen President 402-305-8197 John Campin Vice President (Baseball) 402-853-6909 Kevin Broderson Vice President (Softball) 402-306-5839 Kellie Flores Secretary 402-577-0003 Keri Witherell Treasurer 402-212-1881 Brian Nelson Equipment Manager 402-297-4796 Rich McKinley Select Baseball Commissioner 402-296-2260 Amanda Meisinger T-ball Commissioner 402-296-3592 Kristen Demboski 7/8 Boys Commissioner 402-669-0614 Jill Dasher 8U Girls Commissioner 402-669-6990 Sandy Coleman 9/10 Boys Commissioner 402-350-3104 Nikki Rodino 10U Girls Commissioner 402-510-8190 OPEN 11/12 Boys Commissioner Nikki Rodino 12U Girls Commissioner 402-510-8190 Matt Glup 13/14 Boys Commissioner 402-212-2555 Byron Petry 14U Girls Commissioner 402-250-6550 [email protected] [email protected] [email protected] [email protected] [email protected] [email protected] [email protected] [email protected] [email protected] [email protected] [email protected] [email protected] [email protected] [email protected] [email protected] [email protected] WE WANT YOU TO BE IN ATTENDANCE! There will be a MANDATORY PARENT MEETING – MARCH 4, 2015 at the Plattsmouth Middle School cafeteria for each age level T-ball through age 10 with the Coaches and Commissioners before the first game. Attendance at this meeting is encouraged for your input and to foster an understanding of how the organization is being run.
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