The proposed gym schedule for our 2014-15 season is as follows:
(This schedule is offered for planning purposes but may be subject to change)
JUEL (Junior Women's Elite League for Ontario)
Program and Try-Out Details
See details posted below
JUEL Ottawa Tryouts 2014 and FAQs.pdf
For more information on JUEL please visit www.juel.ca
JUEL OTTAWA U19 INFOHead Coach: Fabienne Blizzard firstname.lastname@example.org Assistant Coaches: Vicky Tessier, Sharolyn Higgs, Irina Kutuzova Mentor Coach: Dean Tanasijevic Technical Director: Merrick Palmer Strength and Conditioning Coach: Brendan McGuireSport Psychologist: Chris RoseJUEL/EOBA Liaison: Dean Tanasijevic
Date: Saturday August 30, 2014
Time: 13:00 – 15:00 Location: Carleton University, Ravens Nest Tryout #2 Date: Wednesday September 3, 2014
Time: 20:00 – 22:00 Location: St. Francis Xavier HS 3470 Spratt Road, Ottawa, K1V 2M1
JUEL-Prep OTTAWA U16 INFO
Head Coach: Murray Shoup email@example.com Assistant Coaches: TBD Mentor Coach: Dean Tanasijevic Technical Director: Merrick Palmer JUEL-Prep/EOBA Liaison: Dean Tanasijevic
Tryout #1 Date: Saturday August 30, 2014
Time: 10:00 - Noon
Location: École secondaire publique Louis-Riel 1655 Bearbrook Drive, Ottawa, K1B 4N3 Tryout #2 Date: Wednesday September 3, 2014
Time: 18:00 – 20:00
Location: St. Francis Xavier 3740 Spratt Rd, Ottawa, K1V 2M1
NOTES for U16 and U19 tryouts:
· Both tryouts are mandatory· Registration will be on site 45 minutes before the 1st tryout· One time $20 fee will be applicable· Call (613) 852-3521 if you need more information· Team rosters will be announced on Thursday September 4th, 2014
Ten Things Parents of Athletes Should Know
1. It’s not about you, its about them. Do not live your
own sports dreams through your kids. It’s their turn now. Let them make
their own choices, both good and bad.
2. Never talk to a coach about your child’s play time after
a game. Actually you never should. You should have your kid do that.
That said, if you just can’t help yourself, send an email the next day
and ask for some phone time.
3. NEVER yell at referees. They are trying. How would you
like it if someone came to your job and screamed at you? Not. So. Much.
If you have a real issue file a grievance the next day.
5. It is EXTREMELY UNLIKELY you are raising a professional
athlete. I promise you. Relax, let them have a good time and learn the
lessons they are supposed to be learning in sports.
6. Kids should play the sport that is in season until they
are in middle school. Then they can decide which one or two sports they
want to play and become more focused. Cross training prevents injuries
7. If you have nothing nice to say, sit down and be quiet. Don’t be “that” parent.
8. If you are losing your mind on the sideline of game,
it’s time to look in the mirror and figure out why. It’s not normal to
care that much about sports. Put that energy into something more
9. Let them fail. Forgotten equipment, not working out, not
practicing at home? Let them suffer the consequences of that. It will
make them better.