Brazos Little League Baseball: Team Mom Information
WELCOME TO THE BRAZOS LITTLE LEAGUE TEAM MOM PAGE
Brazos Little League would like to THANK YOU for your time and commitment to your child's team. Your willingness to get involved and make a difference means the players and parents will have the best possible experience this season. Please check this page on a regular basis for important information and updates to share with your team. Once again, we thank you and look forward to a great 2019 spring season!!
WHAT DOES A TEAM MOM DO?
Your primary responsilbilty throughout the season is to act as the "Go-To" person for the parents and relay all important information from the coach or league to your team. This also includes maintaining good communications with your little league board of directors. Team Moms also help with administrative and organizing tasks which allows the coach to focus more on coaching his/her team.
GENERALLY THE TEAM MOM WILL BE ASKED TO DO THE FOLLOWNG:
- Assist the Coaching Staff in distributing PRACTICE and GAME DAY schedules and/or ROSTER (The Team Roster can be emailed to you by contacting the Registrar at firstname.lastname@example.org)
- Distribute fundraiser information to parents/players in a timely manner
- Collect money from parents/players for fundraisers and submit to a League Representative
- Collect picture day Forms/Money from all players; Inform parents of picture day schedule
- Help coordinate a Team Party at the end of the season
HOW MUCH TIME DOES IT TAKE TO BE A TEAM MOM?
- How much time it takes depends on how much you do yourself and how much help you request from other team parents. Asking for help and/or assigning responsibilities is a good thing!
WHAT IS NOT A TEAM MOM RESPONSIBILITY?
- To be a go-between for the parent comments or concerns regarding the league and/or coaches. If this situation occurs, please have the parent/guardian contact a little league board member or send an email to email@example.com.
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