Ten Things Parents Can Do To Help A Coach
1. Deliver your child to practices and games on time.
2. Say only positive things on the sidelines.
3. Communicate with the coach - but not on the field.
4. Don't shout instructions to your child during the game.
5. Call the coach if your child is going to miss a game or practice.
6. Don't allow sleepovers or late movies the night before a game.
7. Focus on effort, not winning.
8. Support the coach, especially regarding lineup choices and discipline.
9. Feed the kids before games and practices.
10. Write the coach a thank-you note. Or, better yet, have your child write one.
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