**LEAGUE TERMS AND CONDITIONS / LEAGUE POLICY**
All parents or legal guardians of participants are required to be available during entirety of games (unless participants are 18 and older and/or are their own legal guardian) and are to be a positive support for a safe and fun environment in the stands.
In order to facilitate team dynamics, interactions and structure, the dugout area and field are limited to coaches, buddies, players and required service animals ONLY. If more parent/player interaction is required, it is to be initiated by a coach or other member in a leadership position.
All participants, volunteers and players included, must be willing to take direction from staff members and those in designated leadership positions.
In order for an athlete to participate at the Miracle League of Arizona, they need to have a diagnosed medical condition that prohibits or greatly limits them from competing in a typical competitive league/program.
The Miracle League of Arizona reserves the right to make a final determination on participation in league
No food or beverages shall be allowed on the field, with the exception of water. Close-toed shoes are required of all participants on the field. Players may ‘warm up’ and practice batting and throwing on the field before their scheduled league game. All other practices may take place in our batting cages.
Should there be cancellations/changes of games due to weather or any unforeseen circumstances, we will post notification on our social media sites. Responsible parties must check either our Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, or website for this information if there is any uncertainty. If cancellations do occur, there will not be make-up games scheduled.
The following Behavior Policy is expected to be understood and followed by all participants, volunteers, and guests at the Miracle League Stadium.
MIRACLE LEAGUE OF ARIZONA BEHAVIOR POLICY
• Kindness, consideration, and courteous behavior is appreciated and expected
• Treat every guest, volunteer, and staff member with respect
• Respect facility property and property of others
The following is considered as disrespect to guests, volunteers and staff members and will not be tolerated:
• Verbal abuse
• Unsportsmanlike or Disorderly Conduct
• Violation of Law
• Threatening or jeopardizing the health, safety and/or well-being of others