Alpine Ski -
Kevin McLernon - email@example.com
Laurie Wulff - firstname.lastname@example.org
Boys Basketball -
Karin Martinek - email@example.com
Boys Hockey -
Barb Larson - firstname.lastname@example.org
Boys Soccer -
Brenda Schweizer - email@example.com
Boys Swimming -
Carl & Heidi Stroeing - firstname.lastname@example.org
Cross Country Running -
Margaret & Bruce Adelsman - email@example.com
Betsy & Keith Gilbert - firstname.lastname@example.org
Dance Team -
Stacey Okan - email@example.com
Luanne Niedermann - firstname.lastname@example.org
Geoff Smith - email@example.com
Girls Hockey -
Audrey Mularie - firstname.lastname@example.org
Girls Soccer -
Becky Norton - email@example.com
Girls Tennis -
Michael and Holly Donato - firstname.lastname@example.org
Michelle and John Ward - email@example.com
Girls Swimming -
Colleen Johnson - firstname.lastname@example.org
Pam Owens - email@example.com
Nordic Ski -
Keith Gilbert - firstname.lastname@example.org
Doug Schley - email@example.com
Mary Donohue - firstname.lastname@example.org
Craig Weinmann - email@example.com
Purpose and Role of Booster Clubs
A booster club is defined as "an organization that is formed to help support the efforts of a sports team or organization. Support is shown in many ways, including volunteering time, raising money, and contributing funds to better enhance the team or organization's performance."
Actions Booster Clubs SHOULD do:
- Volunteer time.
- Raise money.
- Contribute funds to better enhance the team or organization's performance.
- Print promotional items like team schedules, programs, and yearbooks (subject to approval by the head coach and the activities office).
- Financially support the program by providing additional funding for coaches, staff and event workers.
- Organize team events, such as pre- or post-game dinners or social events during the season.
- Listen and work closely with the head coach, as the head coach is the director of the sports program.
- Email the activites office with their president or contact person before each season.
- Discuss as official business any item that meets the definition or function of a booster club as outlined above.
Actions Booster Clubs SHOULD NOT do:
- Openly discuss or perform a performance review of the head coach or coaching staff.
- Review the performance of a coach funded by the booster club; staff evaluations are soley the responsibility of the school district.
- Openly discuss playing time issues.
- Ransom funding of the program in order to control the hiring or firing of the head coach or staff member.
- Offer up a petition by booster club members to hire/fire a coach.
- Plan, organize, or attempt to implement an off-season training program without direction or consent from the head coach.
- Discuss as official business any item that does not meet the definition and function of a booster club as outlined above.
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