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Zero Tolerance Anti-Bullying Policy: 

 
Bullying is the use of aggression with the intention of hurting another person. Bullying results in pain and distress to the victim.

 

Bullying can be:

  • Emotional – being unfriendly(emotionally and physically), sending hurtful text messages, tormenting, (e.g. hiding equipment, threatening gestures)
  • Physical - pushing, kicking, hitting, punching or any use of violence
  • Racist – racial taunts, graffiti, gestures
  • Sexual – unwanted physical contact or sexually abusive comments
  • Homophobic – because of, or focusing on the issue of sexuality
  • Verbal – name-calling, sarcasm, spreading rumors, teasing, online social media

 

All Players, Cheerleaders, Coaches, Officials, and Parents should have an understanding of what bullying is

  • As an organization, we take bullying seriously. Players, Cheerleaders, and parents should be assured that they would be supported when bullying is reported
  • BULLYING WILL NOT BE TOLERATED!

 

If a child commits an act of bullying, there will be discipline measures in place to protect the organization, and most importantly the victim.

 
 
 

 General Rules

  • No parents are allowed on the practice field - unless a coach instructs you to come out.
  • No arguing with any coach or volunteer ( See Parent Handbook for more information and the Adult Code of Conduct).
  • Please have your child at practice on time( let your coach know if you will be late)
  • Please make sure your child has plenty of drink available at all practices.
  • Please respect each other and the coaches during practice and the games.
  • Please help us keep our complex clean by picking up any trash and placing it in the trash receptacles.
  • Please help keep our restrooms clean (if you notice a dirty restroom, notify a board member).
  • Inclement weather; unless contacted by phone or email from the Athletic Director, Cheer Coordinator or Coach that practice has been canceled, please show up and assume practice will be held.
  • Please volunteer as often as you can. It takes MANY MANY hours of dedication to keep our program growing, we are all volunteers.

 Practice & Game Information:

 

The normal TBYFL season begins with practices starting in mid to late July. The Panthers will usually practice 5 days a week during the initial portion of practices that do not overlap with the beginning of the school year. After school starts, practices are held at the Larry Sanders Sports Complex @ 5855 S 78th Street every Monday, Tuesday, and Thursday from 6:30 p.m. until 8:30 p.m.

 

Games are held on Saturdays and usually run from mid-August until late October. Teams advancing into the playoffs can sometimes play until late November.

 

 Gameday Information:

  • All players need to arrive at the games at least an 1 hour and 15 minutes prior to kickoff. The reason for this is weigh-in starts 1 hour prior to game time and players must weigh in and have their picture verified before they are allowed to play.
  • You must submit a parks and recreation release form and have turned in your child's birth certificate. If not, your child will not be able to play.
  • Hydration will be provided during the games.
  • TBYFL and Hillsborough County require that all coaches, cheerleading coordinators, team moms and anyone else on the field must be complete a training course and carry a certification card. Information on the course can be found on this website.   

 

 

 If you have further question please contact the appropriate number below

President: Jeff Key (813) 784-6618

Football: Athletic Director:   Chris Logan  (813) 770-7428

Cheer Coordinator:   

 
 
Your child cannot participate unless all fees have been paid. 
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