Athletic events at Carolina International School are a learning experience for student-athletes. A ticket to a contest is a privilege to observe athletic tests of skills, not to verbally assault others or be obnoxious. Audiences may forget that middle/high school student-athletes have not reached mature physical performance, so “miscues” is expected. Furthermore, it is imperative that we as fans gain knowledge of the sport(s)are less likely to be disruptive and vocal with officials, players, or coaches.
- Remember that you are at a contest to support and cheer on your team and to enjoy the game(s)
- Remember that interscholastic sports is a learning experience for our students-athletes and that athletes will encounter some miscues.
- Encourage our student-athletes in their attempt to improve themselves as students, as athletes and as people as you would encourage our student-athletes.
- Research and gain knowledge of the rules of the sport(s) so that you may knowledge of the sport(s) and appreciate the game.
- Display and demonstrate respect for the opposing team(s), coaches, fans, and administration.
- Replan from taunting or making any kind of unethical remarks towards opponents during the game.
- Respect the integrity and judgment of game officials.
- Demonstrate a positive behavior and display a positive role model through your own actions, etc.