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Our Vision for Success
- As a community, we create the conditions under which students can reach their fullest potentials.
- Maximum student participation
- Continuity of staff
- Developing good human beings who are able to reach their fullest potentials
- An atmosphere of respect, encouragement, and positivity
Stakeholder Belief Statements
- Our actions (all stakeholders) are a part of a larger heritage, a legacy that is bigger than a sport, a season, or than an event.
- All of our students have talent.
- An environment that supports student participation is extraordinarily vital.
- Co-curricular programs are an integral part of student education and the formation of the “whole” person, Our co-curricular participants are leaders who set examples for younger students.
- We believe in supporting a community of coaches and advisors.
- Parents do not have the job to evaluate the coach/advisor.
- All stakeholders should have high expectations of students and of themselves.
- Co-Curricular advisors and coaches should be able to grow on the job and be supported to be able to learn from mistakes.
- The process of creating “success” is a result of learning from all the trials and triumph of experience.
- “It’s hard to be a parent.” Parents are in a precarious position of supporting their children but also being required to step back to allow for honest participation in and lessons from co-curricular activities.
All Stakeholder Rules
- Promote autonomy for our coaches and advisors so that they can run their programs.
- Understand and recognize that certain topics are “off limits” for parents and other community members to discuss with coaches. (e.g., playing time, coaching strategy)
- Follow the “Chain of Command” in dealing with conflict where the first step in conflict resolution is for the player/participant to talk to the coach/advisor.