Drug and Alcohol Policy
Sun Valley Lacrosse (“SVL”) has a zero tolerance policy against the use of drugs or alcohol by spectators, coaches and players at any SVL event. This includes, but is not limited to, use or possession on the fields, spectator areas, and parking lots. Individuals who violate this policy will be required to leave the venue and will be subject to further disciplinary action. Illegal activities will be reported to the police for appropriate action.
Sun Valley Lacrosse (“SVL”) will not tolerate bullying of any kind towards children, parents, coaches, officials, or volunteers at any practice, game or other events associated with our program. If bullying does occur, disciplinary action including expulsion from the SVL program may occur. Bullying includes, but is not limited to, unwanted physical contact, verbal torments, racist taunts, and emotional torment.
Sun Valley Lacrosse (“SVL”) typically holds registration in the beginning of January each year. Registration via the Sun Valley Lacrosse website is coming soon.
In order to ensure that all of our players’ spring seasons are fulfilling and productive, SVL urges players and their families to commit to practices and games.
SVL understands that our players have many commitments, and we excuse all mandatory school, religious, and family conflicts. SVL promotes all players participating in multiple sports, for balanced development, and so we also excuse conflicts with winter sport “post-seasons” for hockey, skiing, basketball, swimming, etc. SVL is respectful of family spring break vacations, and will excuse those conflicts as well. Outside of these exceptions, we ask that all players commit to SVL as their spring season’s primary extracurricular activity. If you can navigate other activities around SVL, that is your family’s decision.
This commitment policy isn't about punishing those who miss, it's about supporting the players and coaches who are committed to their teams, and have made a choice to play for SVL over other things. It is not fair to have spots go to players who are less than 100% committed.