The policy outlines expectations for those participating in an athletic event or attending one and includes punishments for those who break the rules.
For example, it calls for coaches to "demonstrate high ideals, good habits and desirable attitudes" and asks for athletes and fans to follow those standards.
An athlete or coach who is ejected from a game must miss additional games that year. The policy outlines a formula for determining how many games a person should miss, with increasing penalties for those ejected another time.
Kanawha County Schools would file criminal charges against any fan who "physically molests" an official, athlete or coach.
The policy is vague at points. It states unsportsmanlike allegations against a coach should be made to the superintendent but does not outline possible penalties or appeal procedures. In the student portion it states "a true 'sport' does not offer excuses for failures," and says all students shall maintain a high degree of physical fitness.
Rector said the policy wasn't set in stone yet and the board wants to make sure the regulations are fair without going too far. She understands athletic events can get heated, but she thinks it's important that students and coaches understand how to deal responsibly with those situations.
"Teenagers are emotional," Rector said. "They're emotional, but we have to teach them how to handle that. Because in life there are emotional situations."
The board will meet at 6 p.m. Thursday at the school system's central offices on Elizabeth Street in Charleston.