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General CHSA Policies

Picture Day:  For CHSA team photos, no spray painted hair or excessive jewelry. Players should not stand out as being different from their team. No individual awards for team photos. Individual awards may be worn during individual photos. Coaches may bring current season trophies for team photos.   



Registration:  We require that each player and at least one parent attend. If you have more than one child playing, then both parents should come so that each player has a parent at their individual team meeting.


Travel and hotel guidelines: 

1.  While out of the Houston area for tournaments, players are not to drive anywhere on their own.  If a player is driving, one of their parents must be in the car and no other player from another family may be in the car.   
2.  Be very quiet while in the hotel hallways - other people are staying there as well, and there should not be any running or yelling in the building.
3.  Please dress appropriately when out of your room at the hotel.  No pajamas, house shoes, etc. in the lobby or breakfast area.  This is a place of business with other guests; let us show respect to everyone.
4.  Listen to your coaches as to when your curfew is, whether he will allow you in the pool or hot tub, when to be at the games, and whether or not he wants you drinking sodas or eating sweets.  
5.  No girls in boys rooms or girls in boys rooms.  Yes, this means that families with sons and daughters playing can have no other players in their rooms.  
Please be ready to represent your team and CHSA with your best efforts and great sportsmanship.


Summer Camps and Activities:  CHSA does not pay for activities outside the normal sport season. Parents and coaches are responsible for organizing and paying for their own rentals and fees in the off season. Camp or clinic fees received for a camp or clinic put on by coaches outside the normal sport season may be used for camp costs, coaches fees, or contributions to CHSA. The use of fees is determined by the coach organizing the camp or clinic.