Volunteer Coach Information

Volunteers play an essential and valuable role as coaches for BPRD youth sports programs. Coaches serve as teachers, mentors and friends for the children on their team and help the District with keeping programs affordable so that everyone can play!

Volunteer coaches teach the skills needed for the sport, but equally important, they teach and model important life skills and lessons like sportsmanship and responsibility and help foster self-confidence.

Steps to becoming a successful coach

Complete the BPRD volunteer application 

  • The application includes information that we will use in processing a criminal history background check. For safety’s sake, we process a criminal history background check annually for all volunteers age 18 and over helping with recreation programs.
  • A BPRD sports program coordinator will call you to confirm placement and information about the team you will support and the date for coach’s training/orientation.

Attend coaches training.

  • If you are unable to attend, you are responsible for reviewing the coaches manual and all training materials prior to your first practice.

Complete online concussion awareness training. 

  • A link to the training will be emailed to you.
  • Federal law requires all volunteers who are working with youth in sports related programs to complete this training. (one time training).

Check this site at least once a week for helpful coaching information and schedule updates.

Information for Current Coaches

select your sport here for updates and information.


Bitty Baseball (Ages 4-6)

Season Dates: April – May  |  Registration Deadline: March

Bitty Baseball Rules & Guidelines
Concussion Fact Sheet
Lightning Safety

Youth Lacrosse (Grades 1-8)

Season Dates: April – June   |  Registration Deadline: March


Required Equipment
Girls Lacrosse Rules Training Video
Lightning Safety
Parents Role in Success

Middle School Flag Rugby

Season Dates: April – May  |  Registration Deadline: February

Lightning Safety

Girls Softball (Ages 6 -14)

Season Dates: March – June  |  Registration Deadline: March

Lightning Safety


Kindergarten Soccer

Season Dates: September – October   |  Registration Deadline: July

Youth Soccer (Grades 1-8)

Season Dates: August – October  |  Registration Deadline: June

Youth Flag Football (Grades 1-6)

Season Dates: September – November  |  Registration Deadline: August

Youth Tackle Football (Grades 4-6)

Season Dates: August – October   |   Registration Deadline: June

Youth Volleyball (Grades 3-5)

Season Dates: October – December   |   Registration Deadline: September

6th Grade Volleyball

Season Dates: September – October  |  Registration Deadline: August

Middle School Tennis

Season Dates: September – October  |  Registration Deadline: September


Bitty Basketball (Grades K-2)

Season Dates: November – December   |  Registration Deadline: October

Youth Basketball (Grades 3-5)

Girls Middle School Basketball

Season Dates: January- March   |  Registration Deadline: December

Boys Middle School Basketball

Season Dates: November – December  |  Registration Deadline: October

Youth Ice Hockey

Season Dates: Two Sessions, November – April  |  Registration Deadline: October and January

youth boys flag football
youth girls lacross

Your teams success or lack of success in games does not indicate what kind of coach you are.

But having a group of kids that are coachable, respectful, great teammates, mentally tough, resilient and tries their best IS a direct reflection of your coaching

Girls Middle School Volleyball
Middle school girls basketball
Youth boys soccer