Medical Release Form - Each child on your team is required to have a completed medical release form BEFORE they start practicing at the beginning of the season. You must have the medical release forms on hand for every practice & games.
Concussion Training: California Law mandates that coaches must have training on Concussions. We would like the Coach and/or Assistant Coach on every team to get certified no later than March 1, 2022. Click Concussion Training for the online class.
Once completed, please email your certificate to email@example.com and keep a copy of your certificate in your Team Binder.
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MANAGER, COACH AND ADULT VOLUNTEER CODE OF CONDUCT
The following is Code of Conduct all managers, coaches and other adult volunteers are obligated to follow in EHLL, or at any EHLL activity (i.e. tournaments, games played in other Little Leagues, Family Fun Day, Hit-a-thon, etc.). Violation of any rule may result in ejection, reprimand, suspension and/or expulsion.
The use of alcohol, illegal drugs, tobacco products, cigarettes, e-cigaretts, vapors, controlled substances in any form, anywhere on or in the vicinity of the playing fields is Strictly Prohibited. Violation of this rule will result in immediate expulsion from the league.
The following behavior will result in immediate ejection from the game or EHLL‐approved activity, a mandatory two‐game suspension from the next regularly scheduled games, and such other action as EHLL deems appropriate.
Managers and coaches shall never threaten to or physically harm or abuse any player, umpire, game official, league official or spectator at any time for any reason. This type of behavior will result in immediate dismissal from EHLL for the remainder of the season and subject that individual to a permanent ban from EHLL.
It shall be mandatory for all managers and coaches at the completion of their game to participate in a post‐game cheer and handshake ceremony with the opposing team on the field of play. In addition, all managers and coaches must thank the umpiring crew and any other game officials present. Any manager or coach not participating shall be suspended for the following two regularly scheduled games and be subject to further suspension at the discretion of the President or Board of Directors of EHLL.
Any manager or coach who deliberately circumvents any of EHLL rules or regulations, especially the mandatory playing rules, is subject to suspension or expulsion from EHLL. The President or Board of Directors of EHLL has the right and discretion to suspend any manager, coach, or player for any part of or for the entire season for any conduct violation, which results in an ejection or is deemed by the Board of Directors to be detrimental to the operation and purpose of EHLL.
Managers and coaches who are ejected from a game twice in any season are subject to a mandatory suspension for the remainder of the season. This individual will automatically lose their eligibility to participate in any post‐season tournaments. In addition, the manager and/or coach shall be subject to a permanent expulsion from EHLL at the discretions of the Board of Directors.
A manager or coach ejected from a game will not be allowed to remain in the dugout or the spectator area and must immediately vacate the proximity of the baseball field. Failure to do so in a timely manner without further argument or delay may result in forfeiture of the game. Any disciplinary action will begin immediately upon notification to the offending party by the President of EHLL and take effect before the next scheduled game of the offending party.