Parents/Guardians are an integral part of making our program a success. You are the role models for our youth and just as we have a Code of Conduct for our participants we have one for our participant’s guardians. Click here to review our Parent Code of Conduct.
Per Senate Bill 5083 Sudden Cardiac Arrest Awareness we are required to provide all children and parents in our program with the Sudden Cardiac Arrest Awareness pamphlet, which can be found HERE.
Frequently Asked Questions
Q. Is there a cut -off for registration?
A. Registration start dates are posted on the home page. Registration is first come first serve until the session begins or the league fills up; whichever comes first. If the league fills up, a waitlist will be implemented and if space becomes available guardians will be contacted with further instruction. Q. What does the parent/guardian need to provide?
A. We ask that parent/guardians provide appropriate attire for their child; this includes athletic shoes and comfortable clothing for physical activity.
Participants are also expected to provide their own basketball, here is the sizing chart:
1st/2nd grade: 27.5” Junior ball 3rd/4th grade: 27.5” Junior ball 4th playing up/5th/6th grade: 28.5” Intermediate ball Q. What are the rules at my child’s grade level?
A. Specific locations are determined once teams are formed, but all practice are held at schools in the Vancouver School District.
Q. When and for how long will practices be held?
A. Practices are held one week night per week, for 1.5 hours. Practices for 1st & 2nd graders typically run closer to 1 hour. On the registration form you will have an opportunity to request a specific practice day.
Q. Is there an option to list days you are unable to practice?
A. Yes, on the registration application there is a an option to list the days of the week you are unavailable to practice.