USA Football
Team Parent Requirements

August 8, 2017


CONSHOHOCKEN BEARS TEAM PARENT


1.RESPONSIBILITIES

All Conshohocken Bears Team Parents are required to complete the following throughout the KSL Football Season. Responsibilities are subject to change given team need.


A.Scheduling: Team Parents are required to schedule parents of players on the team for the following:

i.Team snack for game days for parents on the team (2 snacks per game, halftime and end of game)
ii.Mandatory snack stand requirement for practice and game days for teams assigned weeks (ex. The 65’s team would have week one, the 90’s team week 2, the 105’s week 3 and so on)


B.Weigh-In: Team Parents are required to know team weight requirements and make sure the entire coaching staff is aware of any discrepancies in weight for any players:

i.Weigh all players during the preseason
ii.Know ALL weigh in procedures as appointed by the KSL League


C.Communicate coaching staff information and concerns as well as team information if needed

i.Board of Directors information when needed
ii.Coaches concerns as needed
iii.Communicate addresses for away competition


D.Fundraising: Team Parents are required to ensure that ALL parents and guardians of players actively participate in all fundraising events. This fundraising drives the Conshohocken Bears Organization.


i.Ensure that each family has fundraising information and handouts
ii.If needed, work with families to fulfil requirements (possibly help sell or assist to sell)


Team Parents are required to attend a meeting early season to more specifically address the above stated. Please feel free to reach out to the Board Members if you have any questions or concerns.
Conshohocken Bears Organization
 
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The mission of the CYFA is to provide a youth program to benefits all participants, girls and boys by teaching good sportsmanship, leadership. teamwork and self-discipline through football and cheerleading.

Parents are as valuable as the athletes. Our parents, coaches and Board Members should strive to make the game fun for all participants. Coaches and parents must keep in mind the ages of the participants, for they are the future and will need to instill the same teaching into the future generations.

Finally, it has been said "Championships are earned not given.. What are you doing to earn one?" This reflects parents as well as our young men and women. C.Y.F.A