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Parenting Education | How We Play on Game Day

Check out this page with some reminders about the way we want our kids to play. Parents must keep in mind that while the objective of each game may be to win, it is also just as important to focus on development and having fun. Check out the document for more information on what your kids should and should not be doing during games.
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Parenting Education | Fostering Good Sportsmanship

Good sportsmanship occurs when teammates, opponents, coaches, and officials treat each other with respect. Kids learn the basics of sportsmanship from the adults in their lives, especially their parents and their coaches. Kids who see adults behaving in a sportsmanlike way gradually come to understand that the real winners in sports are those who know how to persevere and to behave with dignity - whether they win or lose a game.
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Parenting Education | Healthy Fuel for Healthy Athletes

This helpful infographic breaks down what your athlete should be eating before, during and after a game or practice. There are also some tips for tournament time, when there may be even less time for meals between games. Check it out!
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Parenting Education | College Scholarships: The Parent's Guide to Coaching Assessment

The purpose of this article is to offer a simple, observable framework for separating the good coach from the good talker. Simply, how well a team is organized to play in a constructive manner, and how well the individuals understand their roles in attack and defense says everything about the coach’s underlying motivations and their understanding of the long-term player development process.
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Parenting Education | Changing the Culture of Youth Sports

The culture of youth sports has been under close scrutiny recently. Parents and athletes are faced with more questions than ever: Are certain sports unsafe? Will the coach know what to do if an athlete is injured? How does an athlete know when to speak up about an injury? With rule changes and a win-at-any-cost mentality, are sports no longer fun?
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Parenting Education | Athlete Collapse Guidelines

Non-contact collapse of an athlete, coach, referee or bystander is presumed to be sudden cardiac arrest. While not common, an immediate and appropriate on-site response with bystander intervention is critical for a potential positive outcome.
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Parenting Education | A Research-Based Case for Recess

Over the past 20-25 years, recess has been cut back in some schools and completely cut out in others. On a 1989 survey of state superintendents conducted by the National Association of Elementary School Principals (NAESP), 96%of school districts reported they had recess.1 However, in the next 10 years, the number of schools with recess had decreased. By the late 1990’s, the lack of recess in many schools received considerable notoriety.
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