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26. NCJLA Club Policies 

 

NCJLA Drone Policy

Please see the Policies folder on the documents tab of the NCJLA homepage or click HERE.


NCJLA Expansion Policy

Please see the Policies folder on the documents tab of the NCJLA homepage or click HERE.

 

NCJLA Safe Sport Policy

Please see the Safety and Health tab of the NCJLA homepage or click HERE. This is required for all NCJLA Coaches.


NCJLA Athlete Coach Interaction Policy

Please see the Safety and Health tab of the NCJLA homepage or click HERE. The NCJLA recommends that clubs train their coaches on how to interact with youth according to this policy.

 

Serious Injury and Concussion Reporting Policy

  1. Complete Concussion Training and Waiver (Required): Annually, each parent with a child registered to play for a team in the NCJLA must read educational materials and sign an online waiver regarding concussion awareness in youth sports.
    1. Parents are required to send a copy of the waiver to their club administrators. Individual NCJLA clubs are required to keep a record of the signed parent waivers each year. The NCJLA may require proof of parent signatures at any time.
    2. To learn more about concussions educational materials please visit the CDC website. A copy of the parent information sheet and waiver can be found under the Health and Safety tab on the NCJLA home page.

 

  1. Comply with the Requirements for Return to Play (Required): Clubs and parents are required to report any suspected incidences of a concussion that occur in an activity or NCJLA game or via the NCJLA Serious Injury Report Form.
    1. After each suspected concussion incident occurring in an NCJLA game, the player is entered into the Return to Play protocol. The parent or guardian of the affected player is required to complete the Return to Play protocol before the player is cleared to participate in athletic activities as part of the NCJLA.
    2. As part of that protocol, parents may be required to provide evidence of clearance to return to play from an authorized medical provider depending on the nature of the suspected injury. The authorized medical provider must provide unconditional clearance to play in writing, on official medical practice letterhead, and with a wet signature. The medical providers letter should be kept on file by the club for reference or review by the NCJLA.
    3. Club presidents or the club designee must secure the unconditional clearance to play documentation from the parents BEFORE the athlete returns to play in an NCJLA game or practice. The NCJLA can request proof of clearance to play at any time. Documents should be kept on file by the club while the player is a member of the club.
    4. Parents or guardians who refuse to comply with the Return to Play protocols will cause their child to be barred from participation in an NCJLA event or game until clearance is obtained.

Additional resources and information about compliance can be found on the NCJLA Health and Safety tab.

Event Cancellation Policy

  • Please see the Safety and Health tab of the NCJLA homepage or click HERE.

NCJLA Privacy Policy

  • Please see the About the NCJLA tab on the NCJLA homepage or click HERE.

NCJLA Scheduler, Coach and Team Manager Confidentiality Agreement

  • Please see the Club Administrators tab on the NCJLA homepage or click HERE.

New Club Application Process

For a copy of the NCJLA New Club Application please see Documents tab, folder NCJLA Admin, subfolder Contracts or click HERE. New Club applications, and required supporting documents are due no later than Sept 1 of each year.

Supporting Documents:

  • Club Application

  • Copy of filing for State of CA Non-profit status

  • Financial Plan for first season

  • Statement of service area for the club either by zip code, school district or other means

Conflict of Interest Policy

Please see the NCJLA Documents tab, folder NCJLA Admin, sub-folder Policies or click HERE.

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