It is a privilege to be associated with MMSCA, you are a role model and your positive attitude is infectious. All athletes and parents are expected to conduct themselves in a manner that exhibits appropriate and respectful behavior, integrity, and honor, for MMSCA coaches, teammates, competitors,
volunteers, mountain employees, and the surrounding community. Any and all forms of harassment (physical, sexual, social media, etc) will not be
Regardless of the mountain you are skiing, being courteous and respectful of the Ski Patrol, resort employees, volunteers and other guests is mandatory. Competing and training should only be conducted in the designated areas. All athletes are expected to have an appropriate ticket or pass while training or competing. Vermont State Law requires the bar to be down while riding the lift. Observe all posted signs, keep off closed trails and closed areas. Fighting, swearing, and throwing snowballs are not allowed.
Our Clubhouse, has been built to support all of the athletes and families. Cleaning up after a meal and keeping your equipment neat in and around the
Clubhouse will make it a facility we are proud to use. Similar respect should be shown while using lodges and other facilities, both at Stowe
and other mountains. The offices, gym, and race related buildings are off limits unless a coach or staff member invites you.
In the event an athlete or parent violates the Code of Conduct, one or more of the following actions may be taken: 1) Discussion with coaches, parents, and athletes. 2) Suspension of training or competition privileges. 3) Immediate dismissal from all MMSCA programs.
MMSCA prohibits the possession or use of alcohol, marijuana in any form and non-prescribed illegal drugs in any form by program athletes during any MMSCA programs
and during any MMSCA sanctioned activities, functions, travel, camps or other events, including all events at which MMSCA athletes are invited
or scheduled to compete as MMSCA representatives. An illegal drug includes (without limitation) any illegal or controlled substance, as defined
by law, including possession or use of tobacco(including electronic nicotine delivery systems) by an individual under the age of 21.
Violations are to be reported to the Executive Director. Every MMSCA athlete is obligated to report his or her violations of this policy to his or her
head coach or to the Executive Director within 24 hours of a violation. Coaches must report violations immediately. Violations may be reported
by any person. An athlete who fails to report his or her violation of this policy in a timely manner is subject to the same sanctions as for
possession/use of alcohol. Any athlete who violates this policy and does not provide truthful and complete information regarding the violation
shall be subject to immediate dismissal from all MMSCA programs.
Individuals subject to suspension or dismissal for violations of these policies may not attend or use MMSCA facilities or equipment
for any purpose during the period of suspension or dismissal.
It is the decision of the Executive Director as to whether a violation has occurred and the appropriate sanctions shall be final.
Individuals subject to suspension or dismissal for any reason are not entitled to any refund of tuition or other fees and remain
responsible to pay any outstanding amounts due MMSCA.
I, parent/guardian of athlete under age 18, have read, understand, discussed and explained the policies in the MMSCA Code of Conduct to my athlete(s), and agree to the terms thereof.
Payment is due upon registration. If you prefer to pay by check or ACH bank transfer, you will receive an invoice via email. Credit cards may be used at the time of registration, all future payments must be made by check or bank transfer. Athletes will not be able to attend the camp(s) if not paid in full before departure.