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Friday, October 1
Parent Survey


2011 Planning Survey
1) What team did your son play on LAST SEASON (Spring 2010)?
   Clinic
   4th Grade
   5th Grade
   6th Grade
   7th Grade
   Select
   Elite
2) Last year, our teams palyed, on average, 14 games almost entirely scheduled on weekends. For 2011, would you like,
   More games, with additional games mid-week
   The schedule is about right
   Fewer games with an additional weekly practice
3) Outside of the Madison Lacrosse program, does your son (check all that apply)
   Play for his school team
   Play for a travel summer team
   Play for a fall or winter team
   He plays only Madison Lacrosse in the spring
4) Does your son take advantage of the Madison Lacrosse Off-Season offerings?
   Parisi Training
   Indoor Sports Pavillion (winter)
   FDU Fall lax
5) If you answered no to any of the above, why not?
  
         write-in your own answer above
6) What other commitments does your son have in the spring? Please mark if this causes a conflict with Lacrosse
   Orchestra, Band, Choir Conflict?
   Hockey Conflict?
   Baseball, Track Conflict?
  
         write-in your own answer above
7) During the 2010 season, if your son missed more than 4-5 practices or games, what was the primary reason?
   Other lacrosse commitments
   Other school commitments (not homework)
   Disinterest
   Other sports commitments
   Schoolwork
8) Would you prefer to see your son's coaches change each year?
   Yes
   No
   Don't Care
9) The Madlaxjr website is the club's primary vehicle for communication. Do you,
   Find it has timely info and is easy to navigate
   Check it for updated game schedules
   Check it to learn of other program oportunities
10) Is there anything you would like to see changed on the Madlaxjr website?
  
         write-in your own answer above
11) Does the Madison Lacrosse Program deliver good value for the cost?
   Yes
   No
12) What did you or your son enjoy most about Madison Lacrosse last season?
  
         write-in your own answer above
13) What did you or your son enjoy least, last season?
  
         write-in your own answer above
14) Did you and your son feel his playing time was linked to his ability, practice attendance, and the Madison lacrosse program goals?
  
         write-in your own answer above
15) What would you suggest to the Trustees to improve the overall spirit and effectiveness of the program?
  
         write-in your own answer above
16) For Madison Middle School players and parents only: With the uncertainty surrounding Madison Middle School Athletics, are you looking for the Madison Lacrosse club to make particular changes?
  
         write-in your own answer above

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