Coaches Evaluations, News (North Simcoe Girls Hockey Association)

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Coaches Evaluations
Submitted By Christine van der Weg on Thursday, February 6, 2020
NSGHA has strived for continual improvement in the management and implementation of our hockey program. It is our intention to continue to improve the quality of our girls' hockey programs in order to provide the best possible experience for the girls and everyone involved with our teams. Our coaches are valuable volunteers, who put a tremendous amount of time and effort into helping our children develop into great young hockey players, and fine young citizens. NSGHA firmly believes in transparency, in which open and honest feedback is shared between players, parents and volunteer coaches.

We ask that they be completed when provided and placed into an envelope to be brought back to our association. There is no requirement of providing player or parent name on the surveys but we strongly recommend that names are included so we can reach out for further feedback if necessary. We intend to share feedback with coaches so that they can understand what they are doing well as well as opportunities for growth. Names will not be mentioned during the review process with a coach. We thank you in advance for your participation and feedback.
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