- Help each participating student to achieve a high level of skill and knowledge of the sport.
- Instill in the participants an appreciation for the values of discipline and sportsmanship.
- Develop a positive working relationship with students, staff, administration, parents and community.
- Possess a valid First Aid Card.
- Completion of an annual Bloodborn Pathogen course.
- Be NFHS certified.
- Possesses a high level of competence, which may include prior participation in the sport, prior coaching experience, and completion of courses and /or clinics sufficient to provide the knowledge and skill to meet the performance responsibilities described below.
- Has experience teaching, working with, and/or coaching students of high school age.
- Encourage good sportsmanship, fair play, ethical conduct, good scholarship and desirable pupil-teacher relationships.
- Plan for and conduct, or assists in organized practice sessions which actively involve all participants in conditioning, skill development and play practice.
- Assist in the development of lines of communications with parents, students, teachers, administrators and the community.
- Teach students the skills and strategies necessary to participate in the sport.
- Teach the drills and exercises needed for developing strength, stamina and speed in the sport.
- Assist in the supervision of participants wherever they are present, including the locker room, playing/practice area and on district-provided transportation.
- Assist with the proper care, maintenance and security of facilities, equipment and supplies.
- Take all reasonable precautions to provide for the health and safety of the participants.
- Adhere to the school and district regulations and policies regarding the conduct of coaches and student eligibility in sports. Conduct grade checks upon the request of the Athletic Director.