Rules of Conduct
- Each Jazzicals skater is expected to treat all people around the world with
respect. Negative comments and critical remarks may results in the dismissal
of a skater from the Jazzicals.
- Jazzicals has a zero tolerance policy for use of illegal drugs by team skaters and
coaches. Violaters of this policy will be dismissed from Jazzicals.
- During Jazzicals practices, competitions, and socials, skaters from all teams,
regardless of age, as well as Jazzicals coaches, are forbidden to consume
alcoholic beverages. Violaters of this policy may be dismissed from Jazzicals.
- No swearing or violent or suggestive language is allowed by any Jazzicals
skater, coach, or parent during Jazzicals practices, competitions, or socials.
Anyone who repeatedly breaks this rule may be dismissed from Jazzicals.
- During competitions, Jazzicals skaters are expected to stay with their
chaperones or parents at all times.
- Jazzicals skaters are expected to show up to practices on time. Skaters who are
consistently tardy may be dismissed from the Jazzicals.
- Jazzicals skaters are expected to wear their practice outfits to every Jazzicals
practice. Skaters who do not consistently comply will not be allowed to practice
- Jazzicals skaters are allowed to miss practices for the following reasons: sick
or injured with doctor’s written excuse, funeral, church obligation, school
obligation. Emergency work obligations may also be considered a valid excuse,
but consistent absence due to work, school, or any other reason, even a valid
reason, will result in a skater losing their spot in the line. Skaters must inform
their coaches of conflicts in writing at least two weeks in advance, or if sick or in
the event of a funeral or an emergency obligation, must call the coach of their
team or their Team Manager as early as possible before the practice. Skaters
who miss a practice will temporarily lose their spot in the line and may be pulled
from their spot at the next competition. Note: The coach of the team has the
final authority to determine the competition lineup, and is not required to
explain his/her reasons for their choices.