Ultimate is a fast paced sport played on a field similar to football or soccer. Teammates work together to pass the disc and advance it into the other team’s endzone. Ultimate is noncontact, and uniquely has no referees. The players themselves are responsible for officiating the game through a code of conduct called "Spirit of the Game." SOTG is what separates ultimate from nearly every other sport, and this code of conduct is used even at the absolute highest levels of national and international competition. Due to ultimate’s self-officiating nature, coaches must educate their players on numerous real-world meaningful skills, including: Clear verbal communication Deep knowledge of complex rules Calming emotions Respecting differences Celebrating opponents’ successes Overcoming failure Prioritizing respect, fair play, sportsmanship, and kindness Schedule: Wednesday's July 7 - August 11 from 3:15 - 4:45.