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        A junior boarding and day school for boys in grades six, seven, eight, and nine
        Center for Middle School - Teaching at Eaglebrook

        Coach Skills & Responsibilities

        Skill Set
        • Belief in School Mission and Values
          • Appreciation for and interest in middle school students
          • Ability to model exemplary adult behavior and school values
        • Good Communication Skills
          • Good written and verbal communication skills with athletes, parents and other coaches
          • Ability to communicate with athletes and officials verbally in sometimes stressful situations
        • Ability to Plan and Organize
          • Anticipate upcoming events
          • Balance demands of practice and game preparation and other responsibilities
          • Provide students with necessary structure to learn to organize themselves as student/athletes
        • Knowledge of Adolescent Behavior
          • Ability to create and maintain a safe athletic environment, both emotional and physical
          • Model mature, caring, and responsible adult behavior
          • Basic understanding of child development and psychology
          • Willingness to learn more about adolescent behavior
        • Knowledge of Sport
          • Understand and communicate important skills and strategies of sport
          • Knowledge of appropriate competitive level in sport for middle school athletes
          • Willingness to learn more about areas in which assigned to coach
        • Knowledge of Sound Coaching practice
          • Understand range of ability for middle schools students in sports
          • Basic understanding of how to develop practice and game plans
          • Willingness to learn more about and employ safe and appropriate coaching practices
        • Approachability
          • Openness to helping athletes, parents and other coaches
          • Ability to create clear boundaries in coach/athlete relationship
        • Consistency
          • Ability to follow policies and procedures consistently
        • Cooperativeness
          • Willingness to take direction and apply it
          • Desire to work as part of a team and accept departmental decisions
        Responsibilities
        • Active support of the school's Mission
          • Modeling of appropriate coaching conduct
          • Advocate for athletes
          • Individualize approach to each athlete
        • Coach games
          • Adequate appropriate playing time for each athlete
          • Model and enforce good sportsmanship
          • Ensure a safe competitive environment
          • Communicate about upcoming contests
        • Organize Practices
          • Safe, both emotionally and physically
          • Varied
          • Age-appropriate
          • Develop skills for different athletes
          • Maintain appropriate practice discipline
            • Maintain clear standards for behavior at practices
            • Assign appropriate consequences when standards are not met
            • Follow through with administrators and advisers about discipline issues
        • Communicate with advisors and parents on athlete progress
          • Emails and phone calls depending on situation
          • Write thoughtful complete sports comments
          • Participate in meetings about students athletes
        • Read and apply information gained from memos and meetings
          • About students
          • About curriculum and routines
        • Communicate information gained from your own experience to others
          • Parents, administrators, and other faculty
        • Support and advise other faculty with their coaching
        • Help school develop sound age appropriate sports curriculum
        • Keep abreast of new developments in sport and general athletic training for adolescents
        • Anticipate events and workload, maintaining a personal calendar
        • Properly arrange necessary coverage for absences
        • Attend coaches’ and weekly Full Faculty meetings
        • Participate in evaluation program
        • Manage paperwork ( student memos, officials pay slips, etc.)
        A coach’s immediate supervisors for matters related to coaching are the Director and Assistant Directors of Athletics.
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