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Drug, Alcohol, and Tobacco Policy

Marblehead Girls Youth Lacrosse (“MYL”) has a zero tolerance policy against the use of drugs, alcohol, or tobacco by spectators, coaches and players at any MYL event.  This includes, but is not limited to, use or possession on the fields, spectator areas, and parking lots.  Individuals who violate this policy will be required to leave the venue and will be subject to further disciplinary action.  Illegal activities will be reported to the police for appropriate action.


Anti-Bullying Policy

Marblehead Girls Youth Lacrosse will not tolerate bullying of any kind towards children, parents, coaches, officials, or volunteers at any practice, game or other events associated with our program.  If bullying does occur, he or she will be subject to disciplinary action, including expulsion from the MYL program.  Bullying includes, but is not limited to, unwanted physical contact, verbal torments, racist taunts, and emotional torment.  Any or serious activities will be reported to the police for appropriate action.


Registration Policy


Marblehead Girls Youth Lacrosse (MYL) holds registration beginning in November each year.  Registration closes on January ___TBD___.  MYL reserves the right to limit enrollment in each age group to maintain our high quality program.  Once registration fills for any particular program, we will create a wait list.  We encourage you to register for the wait list. We may elect to release wait-listed children to the program and we will do so without any notice to prospective players.  Registrations after the closing date, particularly for our travel program, are rare and will be reviewed on a case-by-case basis. MYL serves the Town of Marblehead only.  We cannot register any families who are not residents of Marblehead. No refunds will be made after ___TBD___. MYL is a grade-based program.  Your child is only eligible to play for the grade she is enrolled in.