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St. Clement Parish Athletic Committee

- Suggested Parents' Meeting Agenda -

Each coach should have a Parents’ Meeting at the beginning of each season. Outlined below is a suggested agenda.

1    Welcome – introduce coaches

 

2    Program Philosophy – review:

  1.  Your background

  2.  Your plans for the team/what look to accomplish

  3.    Team represents St. Clement Parish and what behavior is expected

  4.   Sportsmanship expectations

  5.     Want to have a positive, fun experience

  6.       Level of competition

  7.     Amount of individual participation

3    League Play

  1.  What league will play in

  2.  Where located

  3.  When league play starts

  4. When schedules will be distributed

  5. Level of competition

 

4    Practice schedule

  1. When

  2. Where

 

5    Communications

  1. How you will communicate with the team

  2. When team roster will be distributed

  3. Phone numbers

  4. E-mail

 

6    Player Responsibilities

  1.  Work as a team

  2. Commitment to team

  3. Work hard

  4. On-time arrival/ pick-up after each practice and game

  5. Taking care of issued equipment

 

7    Uniforms

  1. What will be issued and when

  2. Take care of uniforms and equipment  - you’re responsible

  3. Wash with care – no bleach

 

8    Team Rules

  1. Please respect published schedules

  2. On-time arrivals and pick-ups at practices and games

  3. If can not make or will be late to an event – please notify a coach ahead of time

  4. No one should arrive at practices or games unsupervised before designated times

  5. Do not question game officials – players and parents – let that to the coaches

  6. Unsportsman-like conduct will not be tolerated – foul language, taunting players, etc.

  7. Please come through and leave by designated doors when using St. Clement or other gyms respectively.

  8. If anyone other than a parent/guardian is picking-up an athlete, the parent/guardian must tell the coach ahead of time.

  9. Once in the gym, no one leaves unsupervised.

  10. If another team is using the facilities before your scheduled time, there should be no activities (i.e. ball throwing, running around) until the other team is done.

  11. Acceptable practice attire

  12. Towels, water bottles and other equipment – do want at practice, games

  13. Mark all your belongings that are brought to practice, games

  14. If it is not yours, don’t touch or take it

  15. No jewelry, loose clothing that can injure player or others will be allowed

 

9    Conditioning

  1. Athlete’s responsibility

  2. Proper warm-up

  3. Play on regulation courts/fields

  4. No one should arrive at practices or games unsupervised before designated times

  5. Do not question game officials – players and parents – let that to the coaches

  6. Unsportsman-like conduct will not be tolerated – foul language, taunting players, etc.

  7. Please come through and leave by designated doors when using St. Clement or other gyms respectively.

  8. If anyone other than a parent/guardian is picking-up an athlete, the parent/guardian must tell the coach ahead of time.

  9. Once in the gym, no one leaves unsupervised.

  10. If another team is using the facilities before your scheduled time, there should be no activities (i.e. ball throwing, running around) until the other team is done.

  11. Acceptable practice attire

  12. Towels, water bottles and other equipment – do want at practice, games

  13. Mark all your belongings that are brought to practice, games

  14. If it is not yours, don’t touch or take it

  15. No jewelry, loose clothing that can injure player or others will be allowed

 

10    Injuries

  1. Parent/guardian is responsible for informing the Head Coach of any health changes in their son’s/daughter’s condition that could affect their level of participation or that the Head Coach should be aware of

  2. Please make coaches aware of any special medical conditions/situations/treatments

  3. Prevention – wear proper clothing, gear in proper shape

  4. Mouthpieces

  5. Please report any injuries no matter how small to a coach

  6. If an emergency, will contact local medical center

  7. Will attempt to contact parents/guardian/persons designated on application

  8. Parent/guardian is responsible for keeping the Head Coach informed of any changes to emergency contacts and/or physician information/telephone numbers.

  9. One of the coaches will accompany the injured athlete while another will supervise the rest of the players.

  10. Must have written clearance from a doctor before an athlete can participate after a medical condition arises (during a SCAC or other activity) that resulted in some type of medical care

11    Table Duty for Bingo and CCD Setup

1.    Wednesday table setup for Bingo after 8:00pm practice (Team practicing)
2.    Friday table pickup for Basketball 1st Team practicing (Team practicing)
3.    Saturday table setup by 3:30pm for Bingo (Work Bond)
4.    Sunday table pickup for Basketball 11:00am (Work Bond)
5.    Sunday last team in gym setup for CC

12    Front Door Duty to collect money

 

13    Wrap-up

    1.    Call coaches any time you have any questions, concerns, comments

    2.    Coaches encourage your support

 

14    Questions

 

15    Outstanding Items

  1. Collection of any outstanding forms

  2. Collection of any outstanding fees

Revised: April 20, 2002

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