The price of success is hard work, dedication to the job at hand, and the determination that whether we win or lose, we have applied the best of ourselves to the task at hand.
Our goal is for parents to be fully-informed about the Athletic Program, its philosophy and expectations, so as to better support your own athlete, the coach, the team, and the entire Athletic Department.
Parents are encouraged to discuss the following with coaches:
- Disciplinary expectations and consequences
- Conflict resolution procedures
- Location and times of all practices and games
- Procedures for notification of illness, injuries or missed practices
Parents are discouraged from discussing the following with the coaches:
- Playing times
- Placement on teams
- Strategies used by coaches during contests or practices
- Other student-athletes
We encourage parents to attend sporting events to cheer on their children and show support for the team. At the same time, it’s very important for parents to remember that they are there as fans and not extensions of the coaching staff. “Coaching from the stands” is inappropriate and only serves to distract athletes. Our aim is to create a positive environment for all our athletes.
By: Val Tintiangco-Cubales, Athletic Director