Team Parents
Team parents play an important role on the team. They help the athletic director and coach with communication with the team. They are responsible for organizing after game snacks for the players. Each team is allowed to have one parent who receives 10 service points. OLM Team Sports Service Points MAY BE EARNED BY OLM PARENTS AND LEGAL GUARDIANS ONLY.

Fall Sports

  • Boys Soccer Head Coach - 50 points - One person per team
  • Boys Soccer Assistant Coach - 25 points - Up to 2 people per team
  • Boys Soccer Team Parent - 10 points - One person per team
  • Girls Volleyball Head Coach - 50 points - One person per team
  • Girls Volleyball Assistant Coach - 25 points - Up to two people per team
  • Girls Volleyball Team Parent - 10 points - One person per team

Winter Sports

  • Boys Basketball Head Coach - 50 points - One person per team
  • Boys Basketball Assistant Coach - 25 points - Up to 2 people per team
  • Boys Basketball Team Parent - 10 points - One person per team
  • Girls Basketball Head Coach - 50 points - One person per team
  • Girls Basketball Assistant Coach 25 points Up to two people per team
  • Girls Basketball Team Parent - 10 points - One person per team

Spring Sports

  • Boys Baseball Head Coach - 50 points - One person per team
  • Boys Baseball Assistant Coach - 25 points - Up to 2 people per team
  • Boys Baseball Team Parent - 10 points - One person per team
  • Girls Basketball Head Coach - 50 points - One person per team
  • Girls Basketball Assistant Coach - 25 points - Up to two people per team
  • Girls Basketball Team Parent - 10 points - One person per team

Coaching
The athletic program at OLM is an excellent way to have fun, teach a sport, and be involved with your child. Coaching also fulfills the entire Service Point Requirement for the year (50 points). The athletic director assigns volunteers to coaching opportunities.

Coaching Requirements
Be fingerprinted using the LIVESCAN process. View the Archdiocesan video and read the booklet on sexual harassment and child abuse. Abide by the coaching policies in the Parent/Student Handbook, participating league rules and policies implemented by the OLM Athletic Director. Coaching assignments are not permanent and may change from year to year. Not coaching one year does not preclude a person from coaching another year.

As a coach, you represent OLM and therefore must abide by the rules and regulations set forth by the school. You are responsible for the actions of your players and their parents at any athletic event, whether your team is playing or not. Contact the athletic office or the school office if you are interested in coaching.