The Board of Directors (Board) is responsible for the management of SCSC.
General responsibilities of the Board include:
1. Interpreting and enforcing SCSC’s Constitution and By-laws, Rules, Policies, and decisions of the Board
2. Establishing all fees and charges
3. Establishing and administering all rules and policies
4. Resolving all external disputes, protests, and appeals except when SCSC’s authority to do so is preempted by NCYSA, USSF, USYS, or other organizations
5. Adopting an annual budget and approving all expenditures
6. Managing all paid employees and contractors
7. Nominating and appointing positions as set forth in Article 8.
The board of directors shall have specified rights and responsibilities limited to its authority. These shall include:
1. The right to make financial transactions including meeting the club’s financial obligations, keeping accurate and accountable records, and preparing and administering an annual budget. All monies solicited on behalf of SCSC, its members, or its teams must enter the club treasury for distribution at the discretion of the Board of Directors. The board shall create a schedule for teams raising their own funds and review this schedule annually.
2. The right to enter into any legal contract with other incorporations, businesses, organizations or individuals. This includes the solicitation and approval of bids for goods or services.
3. The right to negotiate with any legal entity, individual or organization.
4. The approval of appointments to the Rules and Standards Committee.
5. The approval of the coaching staff.
6. The right to authorize the establishment of tournaments and special events and to determine the rules and regulations that govern them.
7. The right to approve and administer any disciplinary action recommended by the Rules and Standards Committee toward any club member.
8. To administer any motion approved by the general delegation.
No person acting in the capacity of an officer, director, employee or agent of SCSC may:
1. Act in violation of this Constitution and By-Laws.
2. Act with the intention of harming SCSC or any of its operations.
3. Engage in activities or use assets of SCSC in manners that do not further one or more exempt purposes, as set forth in the Articles of Association and defined by the Internal Revenue Code and related regulations, rulings and procedures.
4. Serve a private interest other than one clearly incidental to an overriding public interest.
5. Devote more than an insubstantial part of his or her activities to attempting to influence legislation except as provided by the Internal Revenue Code and related regulations, rulings and procedures.
6. Distribute the assets of SCSC on dissolution other than to an organization exempt from taxes under Internal Revenue Code Section 501 (c) (3).
7. Permit any part of SCSC’s net earnings to inure to the benefit of any officer, director, employee, agent of SCSC or to any private individual.
8. Carry on an unrelated trade or business, except as a secondary purpose to SCSC’s primary, exempt purpose.