Program Handbook


The following standards and rules are written so that there will be a complete understanding as to what is expected of the players, parents, and coaches during the season. It is most important for our basketball program to create and operate in an atmosphere in which expectations and standards are clearly defined. These basic standards of behavior will act as guidelines as we work toward achieving our program, team, and individual goals.

I. Academic Expectations

· Academics are a student-athletes first priority. Developing skills and habits to constantly improve in the classroom is the true reflection of a student-athlete.

· Participating in athletics is a privilege and like all privileges they must be earned. All players’ grades will be monitored throughout the season.

· If a player is in need of a study hall, coaches will arrange for a mandatory study hall to ensure players are completing all coursework.

· Players are expected to participate in all classes, as well as meet all standards for classroom behavior.

II. Player Behavior

· Being a member of this basketball program is a privilege granted to those who have earned, through their efforts, a place on our roster.

· Everybody on the team has a specific role. Every team member WILL NOT receive equal playing time, but every team member is of equal importance.

· Team goals are of paramount importance. Individual goals and achievements matter only when related to achieving team goals.

· As an ambassador of the CHS Boys Basketball Program, you will be expected and held accountable to demonstrate characteristics that reflect honesty, leadership, and accountability in all phases of your life, on and off the playing floor.

· Gyms, locker rooms, bench area, and visiting gyms and their facilities will be kept neat, with no tape, bags, water bottles, shirts, or other miscellaneous items left on the floor. Our program’s expectations is to leave things as clean, or cleaner than we found them.

· All players will be required to participate in program fundraising activities. Raising money is necessary to help fund our program, and things we would like to provide our players.

· Violation of any rules contained in our Chesnee High School Athletic Department Handbook will be subject to discipline as outlined in the handbook.
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