Divers Guidelines

CODE OF CONDUCT

The purpose of the Code of Conduct is to promote the best possible individual and team performance. It is also designed to promote a positive image for the Atlantic Diving Team program, its staff and athletes.




GENERAL CODE OF CONDUCT

 
  1. Try your hardest at all time. Strive for your potential each and everyday day.

  2. Be here because YOU want to be here! To be successful, the determination to do so must come from within YOU!

  3. Make consistent attendance a priority.

  4. Treat coaches, teammates, parents and facility staff with courtesy and respect.

  5. Be prepared each day. Bring the equipment you will need each day to train.

  6. Support and encourage team at all times.

  7. Maintain a positive attitude at all times.

  8. Do what the coaches ask when they ask it.

  9. Set goals.

  10. Understand that profanity, smoking, drinking or use of illegal drugs will not be tolerated.



RULES AND POLICIES

Clothing: All divers are asked to come with Speedo bathing suit, tennis shoes, T- shirt, shorts, and towel.
   
Bad language: Bad language during workout will not be tolerated. A diver can be excused from practice for that day. If the situation persists, the diver could be excused for a week. If the situation does not change, the diver will be expelled from the team.
   
Poor attitude: It is important that all divers come to practice with a good attitude. Those diver showing poor attitude or misbehave during workouts will be excuse from practice that day. If the situation persists, the diver could be excused for a week. If the situation does not change, the diver could be expelled from the team.
   
Illness: If you are sick (i.e. cold, ear infection, etc.) we still expect you to come to practice. You will not be asked to dive. There are plenty of dry-land exercises you can do without getting in the water. However, if you are really sick, you must call or email Coach Pito and let him know as to when you anticipate returning to practice.