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LUSD has established a 24-hours-a-day, 7-days-a-week student-athletic behavior policy. No matter the day or time, an athlete caught breaking the rules will result in disciplinary consequences.
- SJAA Sportsmanship
- Athletic Co-Curricular Code of Ethics
- Victory with Honor
- Athletic Substance Abuse and Inappropriate Activity
- Athlete Expectations
- Violations of Extra Curricular Activities
- Team Responsibilities
The San Joaquin Athletic League has adopted guidelines for “Victory with Honor”. A good sport is defined as “A person who can take a loss or defeat without complaint, or victory without gloating and who treats his/her opponents and officials with fairness, courtesy, and respect.” It is the intent of the league to eliminate all distractions which might tend to destroy the best values of sport, and to stress the importance of fair play. This includes being courteous to officials, visiting teams, and fans. We must remember to cheer for our team and not berate the visiting team, officials, and fans. It is the policy of the LUSD that harassment and violence will not be tolerated under any circumstances. Harassment and violent incidents will be responded to in a manner that effectively deters future incidents. We firmly believe that all persons are to be treated with respect and dignity. LUSD is committed to “Pursuing Victory with Honor”, a CIF-sponsored program in which our coaching staff make a commitment to developing student athletes of character. The following behaviors are unacceptable at all CIF and LUSD contests: berating your opponent’s school or mascot, berating opposing players, obscene cheers or gestures, negative signs, noisemakers, complaining about officials’ calls, taunting, trash-talking and any unsportsmanlike conduct. These are absolutely inappropriate and will not be tolerated.
All students participating in groups sponsored by the school must meet certain standards. Specifically, the principal must certify that all students participating are good citizens. In addition, any student involved in a fight, or with drugs or alcohol during school hours/activities will immediately be removed from any team sport or other co-curricular activity such as band, choir, or any other school-related activity for 45 school days, and be suspended for up to five (5) days. Students will also be removed from co-curricular activities for the use of tobacco products. With the permission of the principal, any co-curricular advisor or coach may impose rules in addition to these standards. Please check with the advisor, coach or Athletic Director for additional information.
Through participation in athletic-centered interscholastic activities, Lodi Unified School District students will develop values, attitudes, and skills for personal growth and for the benefit of our diverse society. LUSD is committed to “Pursuing Victory with Honor.” Our athletes will have the opportunity to demonstrate skills and to explore the excitement and camaraderie of positive competition through sport. They will develop a commitment to hard work, honesty, responsibility, education, and respect for others. Athletes will demonstrate the principles of equity, leadership, and sportsmanship.
Tobacco – First offense will result in elimination from an athletic team for the remainder of the season. Individuals suspended from the remainder of the season may not participate in another sport until the current season ends including all post-season games or tournaments.
Alcohol/Drug Use and/or Possession – First offense: removal from team, police notification. Each offense will result in a 5-day suspension and 45-day social probation. A student on social probation may not attend any co-curricular event for 45 school days. Co-curricular events are school-sponsored activities that occur outside of regular school hours.
Students share common goals and group loyalties with other team members. Team membership will demand subordination of self-interests to team values. Each athlete will exercise self-discipline and make the personal sacrifice necessary to the attainment of such team goals. The foregoing standards are based upon a fundamental premise that an athlete is in a position of school leadership and should responsibly represent his/her team, school and community in the highest order.
Students will be ineligible for extra co-curricular performance activities (i.e.: band, drama, speech) for any of the following reasons.
- Not having a 2.0 GPA for each grading period
- Two (2) F’s in a grading period
- Suspension of five (5) days will result in immediate ineligibility for the forty-five (45) school days following the date of the suspension
- Two (2) suspensions of less than five (5) days, and in the same grading period will also result in an ineligibility for forty-five (45) school days beginning on the date of the second suspension
There are NO WAIVERS for any extra-curricular activities. Students must be fully eligible to participate.