- Remember that you are at a contest to support and cheer for your Fairview Knights and to enjoy the skill and competition; not to intimidate or ridicule the other team and its fans.
- Remember that school athletics are learning experiences for students and they may make mistakes. Praise student-athletes in their attempt to improve themselves as students, as athletes and as people as you would praise a student working in the classroom.
- A ticket is a privilege to observe the contest, not a license to verbally assault others and be generally obnoxious.
- Learn the rules of the game, so that you may understand and appreciate why certain situations take place.
- Show respect for the opposing players, coaches, spectators and support groups. Treat them as you would treat a guest in your own home.
- Respect the integrity and judgment of game officials. Understand that they are doing their best to help promote the student/athlete, and admire their willingness to participate in full view of the public.
- Recognize and show appreciation for an outstanding play by either team.
- Refrain from the use of any controlled substances (alcohol, vape, drugs, etc.) before and during games, and afterwards on or near the site of the event (i.e., tailgating.)
- Use only those cheers that support and uplift the teams involved.
- Recognize and complement the efforts of school and league administrators for their efforts in emphasizing the benefits of educational athletics and the rule of GOOD SPORTING BEHAVIOR to that end.
- Be a positive role model through your own actions and by censuring those around you at events whose behavior is unbecoming.
Just by attending an event in which Fairview High School students are involved you agree to adhere to the conduct guidelines as listed above. Fans who violate the FAIRVIEW HIGH SCHOOL FAN CODE OF CONDUCT listed above, may be removed from the event and further discipline consequences might occur. The additional consequences may include not being permitted to attend other extracurricular events for up to the remainder of the school year.
“WE CHEER FOR OUR TEAM, NOT AGAINST OUR OPPONENTS”