Kaukauna Boys Hoops Club Mission and
The mission of the Kaukauna Boys Hoops Club is:
- To prepare and develop select student athletes to play the
game of basketball at a highly competitive level thereby enhancing
their opportunity to play at the middle school and high school
level or beyond.
- It is the expectation of the club that all of its players,
coaches, parents, and volunteers demonstrate respect and
sportsmanship at all club functions.
- To provide financial support to the Kaukauna High School Boys
Basketball program, and continue the growth of a program driven by
Goals and Objectives
1. Offer a program that focuses on basketball (skills)
development, team play, basketball education, and positive club
2. To provide financial support and affordable membership to all
those who are willing and able to make a commitment to our youth
3. Provide coaches with all the necessary resources to enhance
4. To develop self-esteem, self confidence and the ability to excel
on and off the court, while conducting ourselves in an honorable
and sportsmanlike manner.
5. To participate in competitive tournaments so players can compete
at their highest levels.
Coaching Philosophy and Strategy
It will be the responsibility of the coaches to develop the team
members ' individual character, physical skills, and knowledge of
the game of basketball. At its best, basketball is a team game.
Success is built on disciplined practice which in turn leads to
success in games and renews commitment to practicing. Kaukauna Boys
Hoops Club coaches will be responsible for assessing penalties for
improper behavior or violations of club guidelines. Conflicting
coaching ideas, concepts, or techniques will not be taught. All
coaches will share common beliefs about teaching of fundamental
concepts, therefore providing a continuous and proper learning
Our method of instruction shall include: Teach,
Kaukauna Boys Hoops Club coaches will all meet regularly to
discuss team philosophy and strategy.
The Kaukauna Boys Hoops Club has high standards for everyone
involved in the club. There is no one person that is bigger than
PLAYERS - All Kaukauna Boys Hoops Club players
must demonstrate a commitment to the game of basketball and
understand that playing time is earned through:
- Teamwork - concern to see
- Work Ethic - hustle &
- Positive attitude - "CAN
- Commitment - Practice
- Character - Eye contact
- Player Readiness - MOST
ready to play
- above average ball
handling and shooting
- average agility
- maintain peak physical
- Refer to the players guideline sheet that players and parents
COACHES - All Kaukauna Boys Hoops Club coaches
are selected based on their ability to teach fundamental skills and
clearly communicate with the athletes.
6. Act in a manner that is not detrimental to the program.
PARENTS - Kaukauna Boys Hoops Club Basketball
parents must build up and support their player, other team members,
and parents of other team members. Parents must possess high moral
principles, be honest and fair, and set a positive example for
others. Parents are also responsible for providing suitable
arrangements for the lodging, meals, and transportation of their
player to practices, clinics, and tournaments. Parents are expected
to abstain from unprofessional conduct such as: disrespect toward
or harassment of game officials, fans, athletes, or coaches; ethnic
or racial slurs; and unsportsmanlike conduct. We expect parents to
get involved with their player in practice at home.
All players and parents are expected to participate in the fund
raising activities. Each player is required to pay a minimum amount
of money each year. Without the fundraising program, the cost per
player to participate in our club would be exorbitant!
PARENT PARTICIPATION OPPORTUNITIES
Kaukauna Boys Hoops Club parents are openly encouraged to
participate in our club. There are many areas where parents can
contribute, whether skilled in basketball or not.
Assistant coaches - Parents can help with
drills during practice and assist on the bench during games,
attending to injured players, supplying towels and water,
encouraging the team, tracking substitutions, etc. Have only 2
coaches on a bench during a game giving instruction to players, any
more than that creates confusion for the players.
Statisticians - Game stats are an important
part of developing players. To accurately track player performance,
we need two stat keepers per game.
Concessions - Home games, tournaments, etc.
Fund Raising Committee (Craft Fair) - Parents
who serve on this committee would be in charge of carrying out the
current fund raising plan, and developing new methods for obtaining
funds for the club.
Security - Parents who serve on this
committee would be in charge of keeping fans "in line" and in
Solicit Donations for Basketball Yearbook
Advertising - Parents who serve on this committee would be
in charge of getting advertising donations for the basketball
yearbook for that season.
Other Committees - Parents also have the
opportunity to serve on the Tournament Committee, the Recruiting
Committee, or the Publications Committee.
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