The function of a coach is to educate students through participation in an interscholastic competition. An interscholastic program should be designed to enhance academic achievement and should actively promote opportunities for academic success. Each student should be treated with the utmost respect, and his or her welfare should be considered in decisions by the coach at all times.
- Adhere to standards of professional conduct as outlined in Governing Board Policy.
- Follow guidelines as established by the NO Pass/NO Play policy.
- Provide for the safety and welfare of all participants in practice areas, locker rooms, and on buses/vans.
- Support the total school athletic program by developing and implementing strategies for encouraging student participation in all athletic programs.
- Ensure accurate inventory, storage, issuance, care and collection of all school athletic equipment.
- Adhere to District policies, procedures and guidelines related to transportation, student travel and supervision of students, use of facilities and management of keys.
- Schedule, organize, supervise and proactively control the environment related to practices, competition and pre/post season events.
- Candidate must be at least 21 years of age.
- Possess a current CPR certification.
- Meet all coaching qualifications, course requirements and certifications as determined by federal, state and District criteria.
- Pass background investigation as outlined by the District.
- Be recommended by Principal or designee.
- Receive Governing Board approval.