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KMHA and AntiBullying
Submitted By KMHA on Friday, January 05, 2018
Each year KMHA provides Anti-Bullying seminars in conjunction with Alliance hockey to our Minor Peewee aged players as well as any new players to our organization in older age groups.  Bullying can be found in the dressing room, on the ice and both inside and outside the rink at all levels of sport.  KMHA would like to emphasize the Fun, Friendship and Fairplay aspects of the hockey program.    

These sessions are mandatory for each player and one accompanying parent/guardian to attend.  Each player and parent will sign in at the session.   Should the player or parent/guardian not attend, the player will not be permitted to participate in any game, practice or event with their team until the session is completed. As of January 8th, the policy has been clarified and updated to reflect this directive of the KMHA Board.

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