The Canton Pee Wee Association is located in Canton, New York 13617

Sign up/click on the following link for any open Canton Pee Wee sports online here.

Here you will find everything you need to keep up-to-date on the happenings of our boys and girls as they enjoy playing and competing in youth sports in Canton, New York and beyond. You can also find registration information and forms here, as well as information about the Board of Directors and its meetings.
The Canton Pee Wee Association (CPWA), has adopted its own anti-bullying policy. We consider bullying to be behavior ranging from verbal teasing to physical aggression. It is our position that no amount of bullying is acceptable. Not all joking or horseplay is bullying, but when the intent or effect is to cause distress, repetition of such behavior is bullying and will not be tolerated.
Physical bullying can include pushing, hitting, or kicking a person or interfering with their property. Verbal bullying is the use of words or gestures to hurt or humiliate another person, including name-calling, racial or derogatory insults and teasing. It is the responsibility of everyone to stop bullying. If you are being bullied, or know of someone being bullied, you must tell parents, coach, manager or a member of the CPWA Board as soon as possible.
If a person involved in CPWA (and this includes players, coaches, managers, parents and volunteers) has taken part in bullying behavior, a warning will be given. If the behavior continues, that person may be subjected to sanctions such as suspension from CPWA. All incidents of Bullying will be referred to the Board for further action, which can include further warnings, discussions with parents, further suspensions or exclusions, ineligibility for tournaments and playoffs, up to removal from the team.

Canton Central School Board of Education Pet Policy
Please remember pets are prohibited on campus at Canton Central School, including ALL athletic fields.

Mission Statement:
The Canton Peewee Association, a non-profit organization, exists to provide all young people in the Canton area the opportunity to participate in athletics, regardless of skill level or economic situation. The Association strives to provide opportunities for personal growth and development of young athletes, while also reinforcing positive influences, self-confidence, self-esteem and the ability to excel on and off the playing field. It seeks to instill in its participants an appreciation of the benefits of a healthy lifestyle that leads to a life-long awareness of health and wellness issues, as well the attributes of sportsmanship, fair play and team work.