SANDY SCHADLER KASEWURM
The Soccer School is committed to making soccer the preeminent sport in the United States by serving athletes and their families. Therefore, we have adopted the requirement for all coaches, personnel, and volunteers to complete annual training and certification of The U.S. Center for SafeSport, which provides a foundational structure for building a soccer community where all participants, be they athletes, coaches, referees, parents, administrators or volunteers, play an active role in creating a soccer atmosphere free of all forms of emotional, physical and sexual misconduct. The Safe Soccer Framework Handbook relies on the Amended SafeSport Code for the U.S. Olympic and Paralympic Movements, (the “SafeSport Code,” effective April 15, 2019 and available on the Center’s web-site at: https://www.safesport.org/policies-procedures).
It is a privilege to be part of The Soccer School and therefore all players must maintain the highest standard in personal conduct during all activities related to The Soccer School. Treat others with respect at all times, adhere to the rules, remain humble, be supportive and encouraging of others, don't make excuses, and be thankful to your family for providing this opportunity to you. We expect that should there be any questions or concerns, you and your family will bring them to our leadership team in a respectful manner. Should the leadership team or coaching staff have any concerns over player conduct, a discussion will be held with the athlete's family first and then a determination of next steps will come from the discussion.
The Soccer School abides by all policy guidelines for the health and safety of its athletes as outlined by the Tennessee Secondary School Athletic Association (TSSAA) including: Heat Illness Prevention, Concussion, Sudden Cardiac Arrest symptoms, lightening guidelines, and tobacco policy. https://tssaa.org/health-safety-policies In addition, we ask that all athletes message their coach if they have any symptoms of illness and do not attend the program while sick, if your athlete has been exposed to any communicable diseases or viruses, and to alert the coaches and leadership team if there are any health concerns which are important for them to understand with regards to the athlete.