The head soccer coach works to create a soccer program for approximately 25-30 studentsper year. The responsibilities include running practices, managing game situations, coordinating with teachers eligibility, checking in/out uniforms, and generally running the program. The coach is responsible for building a program that is both competitive in the League, but is also built on proper sportsmanship and models excellent athletic behaviors.
- Plan and complete recruiting activities to maximize student involvement.
- Attend all Athletic Director meetings. Conduct parent meetings with clear documented expectations for players and parents.
- Increase the number of participants through effective recruiting.
- Develop life skills in student athletes.
- Create practice plans specifically designed for incremental skill development.
- Monitor academic progress and student eligibility.
- Teach and encourage sportsmanship and integrity.
- Submit rosters in a timely manner.
- Maintain professional behavior during practices and games.
- Knowledge in specific sport, coaching, and training techniques.
- Ability to work as an integral part of the coaching staff.
- The head coach and assistant coach will be responsible for teaching young men and women appropriate skills, and also develop integrity hard work and responsibility in these young men and women.
- Coaches will be responsible for the maintaining of equipment, uniforms, etc.
- High School coaches must be CHSAA certified.