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The Student Advisory Council challenges you to “Join the RIDE!” The new sportsmanship initiative developed by this group of students defines what it takes to be a RIDEr. To be a RIDEr you must show:

R espect to participants, officials, guests, your school, their school and yourself,
I ntegrity by treating others as you wish to be treated,
D edication through understanding that the RIDE takes time; it’s worth it in the end, not just for
you but for all, and
E ncouragement by promoting good sportsmanship just as much as you discourage bad
sportsmanship.

The students also identified five groups that are essential in promoting and having an impact on positive sportsmanship. They then provided the role of responsibility for each of these groups.

Administrators: You are the standard by which sportsmanship excellence is measured. Consistency is key!

Coaches: You are the brightest beacon for good or bad sportsmanship. Be a good role model!

Spectators: Use your voice to represent yourself, your team, your school and your community in a positive way!

Participants: You are the reason everyone is there. Compete with class!

Officials: With your enforcement of the rules in a fair and consistent manner, the contest maintains its integrity.

 

 

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