Being a member of an MOT Charter athletic team is a privilege offered to students who show proper enthusiasm, interest, responsibility, and good sportsmanship.
Students Commitment - Athletic Participation & Eligibility Agreement
1. Academic Eligibility
2. Conduct Eligibility
3. Uniforms and Equipment
4. Fees and Permission
The Delaware Interscholastic Athletic Association (DIAA) requires all student athletes to have physical completed after April 1st of the current school year and runs through June 30th of the following year. No student athlete may participate in tryouts, practice, or competitions without a completed DIAA physical evaluation packet.
* All winter and spring sports, a physical packet is not required if the student athlete had already participated in a previous sport this year.
DIAA Spectator Code of Conduct - DIAA Physical Evaluation Packet
1. Be informed of the playing rules of the sport.
2. Appreciate a good play regardless of who makes it.
3. Cooperate with the cheerleaders and do not interfere with their cheers.
4. Show concern for an injured athlete regardless of team affiliation.
5. DO NOT taunt, jeer or attempt to distract the members of the opposing team.
6. Avoid the use of profanity and derogatory or disrespectful yells, chants, songs or gestures.
7. Refrain from offensive or unruly behavior which reflects poorly on the school you are supporting
8. Respect school property and the authority of school officials.
9. Do not publicly criticize the coaches or athletes for the loss of a contest.
10. Respect the contest offical and accept their decisions with out public protest. Without them, there is no game.
Be supportive of the coaches and the team by being realistic advocates for the program.
Model respectful behavior towards coaches and officials who work with your children.
Encourage teamwork, perseverance and a solid work ethic.
Teach an appreciation of unselfish behavior for the good of all involved in the program.
Be active in helping create a successful end of the year banquet.