Below please find coach administrative resources – from coach policies, to reimbursement forms, to team roster access information. These are the many resources to ensure you are up to date on coach requirements and expectations.
How can GOTR NOVA help you as a coach? What questions do you have? Please let us know here.
Click HERE for the updated Fall 2020 Coach Waiver.
For our in-person teams, please review our COVID-19 Health & Safety Plan carefully.
With the option for virtual practices this upcoming Spring season, please see the Virtual Programming Guidelines HERE.
Learn about the individual responsibilities of the coaching team. on our Coaching Responsibilities Chart.
Coaching Team checklists
Site Liaisons and Head Coaches – please review our Site Readiness Checklist.
All coaches, check out the Coach Pre-Season Checklist and get ready for a fun season! To stay on track and look ahead during the season, please refer to our In-Season Checklist here.
All GOTR coaches MUST be trained. All training will be available online for this Spring 2021 season! You will receive an automated training invitation starting January 11, 2021 once your coach registration is complete. Please email our Manager of Programs, Christina Lambacher, with any questions at email@example.com.
Are you coaching at a community center, apartment complex, or other community based site? Check out our Community Site Coaching Tips sheet, written by a veteran community site coach!
Once you have your Raceplanner roster access, don’t forget to download the Attendance App! The app will allow to easily take participant and coach attendance, track energy awards, and will allow you to have parent contact information at your fingertips.
RESOURCES FOR YOUR GIRLS: Bringing Resources to Aid Women's Shelters (BRAWS)
Does anyone on your team, in your school, or in your community need sports bras or regular deliveries
of feminine hygiene products? BRAWS can help. Click here for more information!
RESOURCES FOR YOUR GIRLS: The Clothesline - for arlington kids
GOTR and Heart and Sole participants who attend Arlington schools and are eligible for Free and Reduced Lunch (FARMS) are able to receive clothing and shoes at no cost from The Clothesline. Click here for more information!
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