1) Communication you should expect from your childs Coach
1. Philosophy of the Coach
2. Expectations the Coach has for all team members
3. Individual role for the team during the season
4. Locations and times of all practices,games and tournaments
5. Team requirements, special equipment,off season equipment
6. Procedure should your child be injured during participation

Appropriate concerns to discuss with coaches

1. The treatment of your child, mentally and or physically
2. Ways to help your child improve
3. Concerns about your childs behavior
4. How your child can help the team success

 Issues not appropriate to discuss with coaches

1. Playing time
2. Team strategy
3. Play calling
4. Other student athletes

NOTE: There are situations that may require a conference between the coach and the parent . It is important that both parties involved have a clear understanding of the others position. If and when these conferences are necessary. The following procedure should be followed to help promote a resolution to the issue of concern.

 If you have a concern to discuss with the Coach. The following procedures should be followed:

1. First the student athlete must bring the issue to the coaches attention.
2. If the issue needs further attention, contact the Coach to get a clarification or to set up a meeting
3. Please do not attempt to confront a coach before or after a contest or practice.

 What can a parent do if the meeting with the Coach did not provide a satisfactory resolution?

1. Contact the Director at 702-688-2358 to set up an appointment with the Director to discuss concerns.
2. At this meeting the appropriate next step can be determined.
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