Home Football Game Expectations
As we look forward to a great football season and Friday Night Lights at Lantow Field, we must emphasize some procedures for all our fans. Our athletic events aim to provide a safe and inviting event for all patrons. To ensure this happens, we need your help to provide a safe environment, one that allows all persons to enjoy the venue.
- Students in PK-8th grade must have a parent in attendance at the game and will not be allowed to enter the gate without an adult.
- To ensure that all spectators may enjoy the game, access the concession stand and restrooms safely and efficiently:
- Loitering and horseplay are not allowed on the grounds
- Students in PK-6th grade must sit with their families in the stands.
- 7th-8th grade students need to sit in the stands.
- 9th-12th grade students will sit in the reserved student section in the stands or with their families.
- An adult must accompany all children ages ten (10) and under to the restrooms and concession stands.
- The visitor stands on the field's south side and are off limits. Zebra fans should remain on the home side of the stadium.
- Prohibited items within the stadium:
- Outside food and drink
- Student backpacks
- Any athletic balls (ex: football, soccer ball, softball etc.)
- Running in the stands, throwing objects from the stands, etc., are prohibited and will result in immediate dismissal from the event. Serious injuries can occur. Offenders may lose privileges for attending all future sporting events hosted at Claremore.
- All CPS students must be picked up within 20 minutes of the end of the game or may forfeit their right to attend future games. (PK-8th should already be with a family and thus have a ride home immediately after the game).
- All fans are expected to exhibit good sportsmanship before, during and after the game. Unsportsmanlike behavior can jeopardize the season for our teams. Anyone not exhibiting sportsmanlike behavior will be removed from the game.
Claremore is anticipating large crowds at our home events. CPS cannot guarantee everyone’s safety, especially our younger students, who are not properly supervised at games by their families. It takes all of us working together to keep everyone safe! We thank you for your assistance and support! GO ZEBRAS!