Respect In Sport – Parents

Unacceptable parent behaviour is one of the most common reasons that coaches, managers, officials and athletes leave a sport.

In addition to observing SCRA’s Code of Conduct policy and the True Sport Principles, all SCRA members are required by Ringette Calgary to complete the Respect in Sport Programs to assist in empowering and equipping ALL members to consistently demonstrate respect on and off the ice.

All SCRA families must complete the Respect in Sport for Parents program and adhere to the principles throughout the season. We expect all members to display respectful conduct to our officials, coaches, volunteers, players and opponents at all times – on and off the ice, during evaluations, at practices, at games, etc.

  • If parents already have a RIS Parent certificate registered with Ringette Calgary, they can log into their account and check their own certificate status at:
  • Each season, our RIS Volunteer also monitors the certificates of our SCRA families in the Ringette Calgary RIS database. Certificates are valid for 3 years. Families who don’t have a RIS Parent certificate listed with SCRA (or have an expired one) in the database will be contacted.

More information is available at:

Questions? Please contact our RIS Coordinator at