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P.O. Box 128
31601 Mission St
Bonanza, OR 97623
Phone: (541) 545-6581
Fax: (541) 545-1719
Contact: Mr. Arthur Ochoa
Email: ochoaa@kcsd.k12.or. . .
Hours: 7:30am to 4:00pm


Bonanza School Assistant Coaches

Bonanza School Assistant Coaches
 
../SIB/files/Volunteer%20Coach%20Application.pdf
Volunteer Coach Requirements
Klamath County School District
 
 
Volunteer coaches will be at least 21 years of age and possess the ability and experience to provide assistance with the various athletic programs in the school.  Volunteer coaches will not be paid and cannot serve as a head coach. Volunteer coaches will always be under the direct supervision of a paid coach.
 
In order to be considered for a volunteer coaching position, a prospective coach must fill out a volunteer coach application, meet all volunteer coaching requirements and interview with the principal, athletic director, and head coach.  This must be completed prior to the start of volunteer coaching service.
 
 

1.             VOLUNTEER COACH REQUIREMENTS AND EXPECTATIONS ARE:

 
A.            The volunteer coach must be at least 21 years of age.
 
B.            The volunteer coach must have completed a current KCSD Volunteer Coach Application.
 
C.            The volunteer coach must have completed a criminal background check.
 
D.            The volunteer coach must be directly responsible and must recognize the leadership of the Head Coach of the sport.
 
E.            The volunteer coach is expected to respect student-athletes and other coaches and adhere to all school and district guidelines, rules, and policies.
 
F.             The volunteer coach will be expected to complete certification and have membership in
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1. First Aid/CPR per KCSD District Policy;
 
2. District and Statewide Coaching Requirements - Online Coaches Certification (one time requirement), OnlineConcussion Management (to be renewed yearly), Steroid Training (required once every four years), Heat Acclimation (required every other year) as endorsed by the OSAA;
 
3. Oregon Coaches Association Membership.
 
4.            All certification and membership must be completed prior to the start of volunteer coaching service.
 
 
 
 
I have read the above requirements and expectations and understand my responsibilities as a volunteer coach.
 
 
                                                                                                               
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