1. How are youth leagues
||Teams will be constructed according to
the school in which a child attends. Teams will then be drawn from a
hat form within those schools balancing the different ages and grades as
much as possible. Children who attend home school will be placed in
the school pool to which they would attend if they went to public school.
In leagues with ages to young to attend school, we will put them, as much as
possible, on teams with other children close to where they live.
2. How can I become a coach?
||Contact the Show Low Recreation Services
Department and we will register you.
3. When and where will
practices be held for my child's team?
||As the Recreation Services Department
has few, or no, facilities, we suggest, but do not require coaches to hold
practices every week, as we can't reserve facilities for this purpose.
It is up to the coaches to find a place and time to hold practices and let
their team know when and where it will be held. Pee Wee T-Ball teams
rarely hold practices as the games themselves are formatted much as a
practice session would be.
4. How will I know when
my child's games are?
||The coach should call each member of
his/her team for each game, or give each parent a schedule. If this
does not occur, you may contact the Recreation Department.
5. If a game is
cancelled due to weather, or other concerns, how will I know it has been cancelled?
||The Recreation Services Department will
contact each coach and the coach in turn will contact each member of his/her
6. How will I know who
my child's coach is?
||Each coach will be given the names and
phone numbers of the children placed on their team. It will then be
the coach's responsibility to call each member of that team. If you do
not hear from your coach in a timely manner, you may contact the Recreation