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					AGGRESSIVE
VOLLEYBALL
   CLUB

2009-2010
  PLAYER
 HANDBOOK
CLUB PHILOSOPHY

Aggressive Volleyball Club (AVC) will strive to improve the
skill level of players through quality training while
promoting respect and good sportsmanship at all times.

CLUB GOALS

  1. To   bring players up to a high level of volleyball (Division 1 or
     2)   within three years
  2. To   recruit quality professional coaches
  3. To   train coaches continually, including the club director

USA VOLLEYBALL JUNIOR PROGRAM AND TOURNAMENT SERIES
INFORMATION

AVC in affiliation with USA Volleyball, Gold Cup Invitational Seriea
and Rocky Mountain Regional Volleyball (RMR) has a Junior Program
designed for girls ages 12-18. The Junior Program teams are divided
into several divisions based on age classifications specified by USA
Volleyball. The divisions are 12’s, 13’s, 14’s, 15’s, 16’s, 17’s and
18’s. It is noted that AVC may not field a team in all age divisions
each year based on athlete enrollment. The teams will be determined
during an open team placement event where all athletes are welcome to
participate in a series of drills and skills tests to determine team
placement. All athletes must be registered with either Gold Cup Series
or RMR volleyball and annual dues of $45 must be made prior to the
athlete participating in the team placement event. Proof of
registration will be required prior to girls stepping onto the court.
Parents can register their daughter online at www.rmrvolleyball.org.

During the 2009-2010 season, AVC 12’s, 13’s and 14’s will participate
in the Gold Cup Invitational Series in Grand Junction, Colorado. AVC
15’s and higher will participate in the RMR Power Tournament Series on
the Front Range. Both of these tournament series consist of multiple
tournaments throughout the season. These tournaments give players an
opportunity to experience a high level of volleyball in various cities
across Colorado. They also provide older player’s the exposure to
college recruiters, and younger players an opportunity to further their
skills by playing year round. Travel expenses (hotel, gas, food etc)
to these tournaments will be a requirement of participating in the
club, and will not be included in the annual club fees; they are the
responsibility of the athlete and the athlete’s parents.

ATHLETE TIME COMMITMENT

AVC believes that acceptance by a player to participate on an AVC team
will require the player to be committed to the team, disciplined,
focused and responsible. All players should be prepared to participate
in two practices per week for two hours each, and participate in
several weekend tournaments. It is also expected that all athletes
will participate in additional physical conditioning and training,
outside of the structured gym practices as directed by their coach.



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AVC encourages our athletes to participate in their school’s sports
programs in addition to participating with AVC. AVC will attempt to
schedule practices in the evening hours to allow athletes to
participate on their school athletic teams as well as with AVC. We will
not ask an athlete to quit a school team in order to participate in
AVC. In addition, AVC believes that all athletes are first and
foremost students. All athletes will be expected to maintain passing
grades in all subjects. AVC believes that all athletes need to learn to
manage their studies and extra curricular activities in a responsible
fashion. Parents are encouraged to help their daughter’s learn to make
quality choices with their available time.

The Club season generally runs from mid November to April. Practices
during the holiday season will vary as determined by the coach. All
athletes will be required to participate in practices in order to
participate in the tournaments. AVC believes that all players will be
given opportunities to improve their existing skills and learn new
skills during practices.

Coaches will determine playing time at tournaments, with consideration
for players who have consistently shown their commitment to the team by
attending all practices and tournaments, as well as giving
consideration for attitude and effort displayed during practices and
during games.

PLAYER ABSENCE AND TARDY POLICY

Parents and players will be given a preliminary team schedule with all
tournament dates listed at the beginning of the season, as well as
practice days and times. AVC expects all girls to participate in all
tournaments and practices. If for any reason an athlete will be unable
to attend a tournament, parents will be required to submit an Excused
Absence form to the coach at least two weeks prior to the tournament
date.

If a player must miss a practice, or will be late for a practice, the
player or parent must notify the coach at least two hours prior to the
practice, or as soon as reasonably possible. AVC considers illness and
family emergencies to be considered excused absences. All other
absences will be considered unexcused if prior approval by the team
coach is not received. Homework, is not considered an excused absence.
AVC believes that our players need to learn to be judicious managers of
their time, and make choices that will allow that. The following
Absence Policy will be used by all coaches for absences whether excused
or unexcused at all age divisions.

       Absence        Unexcused     Excused        Unexcused
       Number         Practice      Match or       Match or
                                    Tournament     Tournament
       First          Two Games     No Penalty     One Match
       Second         One Match     One Match      Two Matches
       Third          Two Matches   One Match      One
                                                   Tournament

AVC firmly believes that our athletes must be in attendance to improve
their skills. An absence not only affects an individual player’s


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ability to improve, but it affects the coach’s ability to perform
planned drills during practices as well as the entire team’s ability to
perform well during a tournament or match. Excessive absences may
result in a player being dismissed from the team without refund of the
annual fees.

Players should arrive at practice and tournaments ready to begin at the
designated time. Players who arrive late may not be allowed to play in
the first game of the tournament, or may be required to do extra
conditioning at practice as determined by the coach.

CODE OF ETHICS

As a representative of AVC, RMR Volleyball and USA Volleyball, all
athletes, and coaches are expected to adhere to the strict code of
ethics set forth in their USA Volleyball registration, as well as
specific club and team rules. As representatives of all the above
entities, athletes, coaches and even parents must understand that their
actions both on and off the court, in the gym or in the stand should
always reflect the positive values of AVC, Gold Cup Series, RMR and USA
Volleyball.

The following is the USA Volleyball Participant Code of Conduct

THE FOLLOWING ACTIONS ARE PROHIBITED:
1. Violation of any anti-doping policies, protocols or procedures as
defined by the International Olympic Committee (IOC), World Anti-Doping
Agency (WADA), Federation Internationale de Volleyball (FIVB), US Anti-
Doping Agency (USADA) or the United States Olympic Committee (USOC).
Violations of this provision will be adjudicated only by USADA or the
proper anti-doping authority, not USA Volleyball (USAV).

2. Possession, consumption or distribution of alcohol and/or tobacco if
illegal or in violation of USA Volleyball (USAV) or Regional Volleyball
Association (RVA) policy.

3. USAV policy prohibits the possession, consumption or distribution of
alcohol and/or tobacco by anyone registered as a Junior Olympic
Volleyball Player at the event venue of any USAV/RVA sanctioned junior
event.

4. Use of a recognized identification card by anyone other than the
individual described on the card.

5. Physical damage to a facility or theft of items from a room,
dormitory, residence or other person. (Restitution will be part of any
penalty imposed.)

6. Possession of fireworks, ammunition, firearms, or other weapons or
any item or material which by commonly accepted practices and
principles would be a hazard or harmful to other persons at USAV/RVA
sanctioned events.




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7. Any action considered to be an offense under Federal, State or local
law ordinances.

8. Violation of the specific policies, regulations, and/or procedures
of the USAV, RVA or the facility used in conjunction with a sanctioned
event. (It is the responsibility of the individual to be familiar with
applicable specific policies, regulations and procedures.)

9. Conduct which is inappropriate as determined by comparison to
normally accepted behavior.

10. Physical or verbal intimidation of any individual.

11. Actions that will be detrimental to USAV or the RVA.
USA VOLLEYBALL DISCIPLINARY POLICY:

Infraction When Occurred        Suggested Maximum Penalty **
                                Individual disqualified (if person is a junior, he/she will be sent
            Before or during    home as soon as possible and parent or guardian notified). The
            event               individual may be declared ineligible for USAV registration or
                                RVA membership for one year starting from the date of
First                           infraction.

            After event         The individual may be declared ineligible for USAV registration
            concludes           or RVA membership for one year starting from the date of
                                infraction.
                                Individual disqualified (if person is a junior, he/she will be sent
            Before or during    home as soon as possible and parent or guardian notified). The
            event               individual may be declared ineligible for USAV registration or
                                RVA membership for two years starting from the date of
Second                          infraction.

            After event         The individual may be declared ineligible for USAV registration
            concludes           or RVA membership for two years starting from the date of
                                infraction.
                                Individual may be declared ineligible for USAV registration or
Third
                                RVA membership for the remainder of his/her lifetime.

NOTE: Major misbehavior (e.g. verbal or physical abuse of a child, sexual harassment, etc.) may
subject the violator to a lifetime ineligibility for USAV registration or RVA membership after the
first infraction. Penalties are only applied after affording the participant due process as required
by the Ted Stevens Olympic and Amateur Sports Act (TSOASA), USOC, RVA, and USAV.
Appeals, other than for doping violations, may be made in accordance with procedures set forth
in the bylaws and operating codes of USA Volleyball and the RVA as printed in the current Official
USA Volleyball Guide and RVA Handbook, respectively

PLAYER PRACTICE, TOURNAMENT AND HOTEL RULES

AVC expects all athletes to adhere to the following general rules. If
a specific coach has additional requirements, they will publish those
in writing to the team and provide a copy to the Board of Directors.


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1. Athletes are expected to be on time ready to play for all
    practices and matches, we live in an area that will often times
    require parents to plan ahead, it is always best to arrive early.
2. Practices are to be considered mandatory, notify your coach prior
    to practice if you will not be able to attend.
3. All equipment including uniforms and training aids are the
    property of AVC and should be treated with respect. Any items
    returned damaged will be charged to the athlete.
4. If an injury occurs, the player must notify their coach
    immediately.
5. Players will be expected to help set up and take down the
    practice nets and standards and assist the coaches in accounting
    for all other AVC equipment (balls, bags, first aid kits etc)
6. Players will be expected to keep the practice gyms, tournament
    sites, and hotel rooms clean.
7. All teammates, competitors, officials, fans, other players will
    all be treated with the respect, dignity and courtesy at all
    times.
8. Players using abusive language or showing outward signs of anger
    or frustration will be asked to leave practice, or removed from
    the game.
9. Athletes will not be allowed to wear jewelry to practices or
    tournaments.
10.        Athletes must bring their own water bottle to every
    practice and tournament.
11.        Players are not to leave the gym without permission from
    their coach.
12.        No sitting down in practice unless a coach instructs you to
    do so.
13.        Except for breaks directed by coaches, players are expected
    to jog or run everywhere during practices.
14.        Players should never allow a ball to roll through an active
    drill.
15.        If you are not actively involved in a drill, you are
    expected to participate in shagging balls or following the
    directions of the coach.
16.        Encourage your teammates as you would expect them to
    encourage you.
17.        Only the floor captain or coach will be allowed to talk to
    the officials during the games.
18.        During tournaments, you are expected to be with your team
    both on the court and off the court.
19.        During tournaments, a player must sign out with the coach
    prior to leaving; there are times, where an athlete will need to
    stay later than their scheduled tournament time to fulfill AVC’s
    line judging, scoring and officiating commitments.
20.        Players will not be allowed to stay in hotels without adult
    supervision.
21.        Players will notify their adult supervisor prior to leaving
    their room, and will use the buddy systems when going to vending
    machines, swimming pools etc.
22.        Curfew is not negotiable, lights out at 10:00pm, and no one
    is to leave the room at this time.
23.        Players are not allowed to order room service, pay per view
    movies, long distance phone calls unless they are pre-paid with a
    credit card.
24.        No boys will be allowed in girls rooms.


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  25.       Noise levels must be kept to an acceptable level, we are
      representing AVC, RMR and USA Volleyball at these establishments.
  26.       No athlete will be allowed to drive to out of town events
      unless a parent or guardian is in the vehicle as well.

Failing to adhere to these guidelines will be considered serious.
Coaches will discuss an individual player’s actions and the resulting
consequences with the player and parent in private. The resulting
consequences will be determined by the team coach or club director
depending on the nature of the infraction. Results of inappropriate
actions may result in one or more of the following:
   1. Verbal warning
   2. Written warning and loss of playing time
   3. Dismissal from team
   4. Tournament or match suspension

AVC believes and understands that any set of rules or guidelines may
not apply in all situations. If a parent or player feels that the
consequences they receive are not proportionate to the infraction, they
should discuss it directly with the coach. If the issue cannot be
resolved, then the parent should contact the Club Director or Board
President to schedule an individual review at the next regularly
scheduled Board of Directors Meeting. The Board of Directors will hear
the appeal and either uphold the current consequences, or develop
another course of action. The Board of Directors will have the final
say in all matters that are appealed.

FINANCIAL COMMITMENT

The AVC Board of Directors will act as the governing body for
determining annual player fees. With respect to the financial
situations of all individuals in mind, the Board of Directors will work
to be fiscally responsible to the club, players and parents. It is the
goal of the club to provide quality training at an affordable cost to
all players. For the 2009-2010 season, the player annual fees will be
$950 for all 13’s and 14’s. Annual fees for 15’s and higher will be
$1050.00. The annual fee includes the following:
   1. Paid professional coaches
   2. 2 practices per week for 2 hour durations each
   3. 5 tournaments
   4. $40 Gold Cup Series Registration Fee (14’s and Under)
   5. Jersey use for the season
   6. Training aids (balls, rubber bands etc)
   7. Gym Time rental

The following expenses are not included in the annual fee and are the
responsibility of the athlete and their family:
   1. Black spandex or similar volleyball shorts
   2. Knee pads if needed
   3. Ankle braces if needed
   4. Socks
   5. Shoes
   6. Travel expenses including hotel, food, gas

Due to specific tournament deposit requirements, the annual fee must be
paid in full prior to the first practice, or in accordance with the



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following schedule, any payment more than five business days late, will
be subject to a $25 late fee and 1.5% interest per month for accounts
that are more than 30 days delinquent. Players who have not paid their
fees will not be permitted to practice or be eligible for tournament
play. The payment schedule is as follows:
   1. $300.00 due prior to first practice along with team commitment
      and medical forms
   2. $300.00 due Monday, January 11th, 2010
   3. $350.00 for ages 14 & Under, $450.00 for ages 15 and up due
      Monday, February 8th, 2010

Payments may be made by Cash, money order or Check. Parents will be
required to sign a financial commitment form when their daughter
commits to the team. AVC’s operational costs will be covered with the
first $300 payment, and it is therefore non-refundable. If a player
withdraws from the team after Dec. 7th, 2009 the athlete and their
parents will still be responsible for the remaining amount due.

If an athlete is injured during the season and a physician supplies
written notification that further participation in the club volleyball
program for the remainder of the season is prohibited, the athlete’s
fees will be pro-rated to the date of the injury, and no further fees
will be the incurred by the athlete or their family, for the duration
of the season.

AVC teams will participate in annual fundraisers to help keep the
annual costs as low as possible. All athletes will be required to
participate in any group fundraising efforts. Players that do not pay
their full annual fee will be ineligible to participate in the club the
following season until all fees are paid.


TRAVEL POLICY
Players are responsible for arranging their own transportation to and
from out of town tournaments. It is the player and parent
responsibility to ensure that the player arrives at tournaments and
practices on time ready to play. Players may travel with their parents
or another adult over 21 years of age with written permission from
their parents. Players may not leave a tournament site without signing
out with their coach. AVC will not be responsible or liable for players
during travel to or from tournaments unless they are traveling with a
team coach or while the team is together at a club sanctioned activity.

If a hotel stay is required for a tournament, AVC requires all players
to stay at the team hotel unless written permission has been granted
prior to the day of travel. AVC will work with tournament directors
and area hotels to secure a tournament rate at hotels in the area of
the tournament location.

PARENT RESPONSIBILITY

AVC believes that our team member parents are to set the examples of
good behavior for their daughters. Parents are expected to show
respect and support for the teams, the coaches and the club. Parents
are asked to refrain from being critical of opponents, coaches,



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referees or other individuals at a club practice, tournament or
sanctioned event.

Volleyball is a sport that breeds passion, parents are asked to
remember that with passion sometimes come conflict. Parents are not
going to agree with every coaching decision, playing time decision,
comment, practice format, etc. However, AVC believes that our parents
must set the example for our young players about how to maturely deal
with these types of scenarios. Parents that have a conflict with a
coach should contact the coach to set up a private meeting. Parents
should not approach a coach to discuss an issue immediately before a
tournament or immediately before or after a practice.

Our coaches are all very qualified individuals that love the sport of
volleyball and have a passion for teaching our young athletes, they are
not however infallible. Our coaches will make themselves available to
listen to parent or player comments and concerns to come to an amicable
solution. If after a private meeting with the coach, the problem
persists, the parent or player should contact the club director for a
meeting with the coach, club director and parent/player. Parents
should not contact a Board of Directors member without first attempting
to resolve the solution with the coach and the club director.

Parents are expected to support their daughter’s achievements, and help
them to learn to deal with any failures. Parents should be helping to
teach their daughter that good sportsmanship should be exhibited when a
team loses, and when a team wins. Parents are expected to help their
daughter to learn and understand that a volleyball team consists of
multiple players, and that no one player is any more or less important
than any other. Parents are expected to help enforce team rules and
regulations, and enforce consequences when they are not.

Parents are asked to visit the following website
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rWjBvcfhRX0 to view with their daughters
the Magic Hockey Helmet clip that is recognized by both RMR and USA
Volleyball. AVC believes that the player/parent/coach relationship can
be one of the most rewarding relationships a young person can ever
have. Parents are asked to help encourage that relationship in a
positive manner.

YEARLY EVALUATION
AVC believes that constructive comments will help to create a better
club experience for everyone. At the end of the season, coaches will
distribute an evaluation form for parents and players to provide
constructive feedback. The Board of Directors will evaluate the
feedback and determine if our current policies and procedures should be
changed for the next season.

BOARD OF DIRECTORS
AVC has a Board of Directors which acts as the legal entity for AVC
with regards to financial and business decisions. Board Members are
comprised of parents, coaches and community members. It is the
responsibility of the Board of Directors to hire quality coaches and
retain a club director. Board Members will participate in regular



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meetings to discuss the operation and direction of the club.   The
Board of Directors reserves the right to change the contents of this
handbook at any time.




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         2009-2010
AGGRESSIVE VOLLEYBALL CLUB
 GOLD CUP SERIES SCHEDULE

 ***ALL DATES ARE ON SUNDAY***

***ALL TOURNAMENTS WILL BE PLAYED
IN THE GRAND JUNCTION AREA, EXACT
  LOCATIONS TO BE DETERMINED ***

          JAN. 24, 2010

          FEB. 7, 2010

          FEB. 21, 2010

          MAR. 14, 2010

          MAR. 28, 2010




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   AGGRESSIVE
   VOLLEYBALL
      CLUB

REQUIRED FORMS
  **PLEASE FILL OUT THE ATTACHED
   FORMS AND BRING TO YOUR FIRST
PRACTICE ALONG WITH YOUR INITIAL
 $300 DEPOSIT, AND TWO COPIES OF
       YOUR BIRTH CERTIFICATE



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            2009-2010 Aggressive Volleyball Club
    U 14 & Under Player/Parent Financial Commitment Form

Player/Parent Financial Commitment

Aggressive Volleyball Club strives to provide quality training at an
affordable cost to all players and their parents. AVC must ensure that
all parents and players understand the financial commitment required
for their daughter to participate. The AVC Board of Directors has set
the required player fees to cover all operating expenses of the club.
Players and parents will be expected to participate in any organized
club fundraising efforts to help keep the operating expenses low.

The annual fee includes the following: paid professional coaching, 2
practices per week for 2 hour durations, 5 tournament entry fees, $40
Gold Cup Series entry fee, jersey use for the season, training aids and
gym rental. The player fee does not include any travel costs
associated with attending the five scheduled tournaments, nor any
additional tournaments., it also does not include black spandex or
similar shorts, knee pads, ankle braces, socks or shoes.

The 2009-2010 annual fee for 13’s and 14’s players will be $950.00.
Any payment postmarked more than five business days late, will be
subject to a $25 late fee and 1.5% interest per month for accounts that
are more than 30 days delinquent. A $25 NSF fee will be applied for
any non sufficient funds checks that are returned. Players who have
not paid their fees will not be permitted to practice or be eligible
for tournament play. The player fee is due in accordance with the
following schedule:
   4. $300.00 due prior to first practice along with team commitment
      and medical forms
   5. $300.00 due Monday, January 11th, 2010
   6. $350.00 due Monday, February 8th, 2010

AVC’s operating costs will be covered by the first payment, and is non
refundable. Player’s may elect to withdraw from the team prior to Dec.
7, 2009 and not be responsible for any future fees. If a player
withdraws from the team after Dec. 7, 2009, the player and parents will
be responsible for the remaining amounts.

If an athlete is injured during the season and a physician supplies
written notification that further participation in the club volleyball
program for the remainder of the season is prohibited, the athlete’s
fees will be pro-rated to the date of the injury, and no further fees
will be the incurred by the athlete or their family, for the duration
of the season.

In the event that AVC would be required to begin legal proceedings to
recover any amounts due under this agreement, I agree to pay all the
club costs of litigation incurred with such collections efforts as
allowed by law in the state of Colorado.

Payments may be made by cash, check or money order. Check or money
order payments may be mailed to: Aggressive Volleyball Club c/o Cappie
Green 600 Cottonwood Pass Rd Gypsum, CO 81637. The player’s name, team
name and coach’s name must appear on the payment. Cash, check or money


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order payments will also be accepted in person on the dates set above
at the regularly scheduled practices.

______________________________    ______
      _________________________________ ________
Player’s Signature                  Date Parent’s Signature
      Date


______________________________
Player’s Name (Please Print)



            2009-2010 Aggressive Volleyball Club
    U 15 & Older Player/Parent Financial Commitment Form

Player/Parent Financial Commitment

Aggressive Volleyball Club strives to provide quality training at an
affordable cost to all players and their parents. AVC must ensure that
all parents and players understand the financial commitment required
for their daughter to participate. The AVC Board of Directors has set
the required player fees to cover all operating expenses of the club.
Players and parents will be expected to participate in any organized
club fundraising efforts to help keep the operating expenses low.

The annual fee includes the following: paid professional coaching, 2
practices per week for 2 hour durations, 5 tournament entry fees,
jersey use for the season, training aids and gym rental. The player
fee does not include any travel costs associated with attending the
five scheduled tournaments, nor any additional tournaments., it also
does not include black spandex or similar shorts, knee pads, ankle
braces, socks or shoes.

The 2009-2010 annual fee for athletes 15 and older will be $1050.00.
Any payment postmarked more than five business days late, will be
subject to a $25 late fee and 1.5% interest per month for accounts that
are more than 30 days delinquent. A $25 NSF fee will be applied for
any non sufficient funds checks that are returned. Players who have
not paid their fees will not be permitted to practice or be eligible
for tournament play. The player fee is due in accordance with the
following schedule:
   7. $300.00 due prior to first practice along with team commitment
      and medical forms
   8. $300.00 due Monday, January 11th, 2010
   9. $450.00 due Monday, February 8th, 2010

AVC’s operating costs will be covered by the first payment, and is non
refundable. Player’s may elect to withdraw from the team prior to Dec.
7, 2009 and not be responsible for any future fees. If a player
withdraws from the team after Dec. 7, 2009, the player and parents will
be responsible for the remaining amounts.

If an athlete is injured during the season and a physician supplies
written notification that further participation in the club volleyball



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program for the remainder of the season is prohibited, the athlete’s
fees will be pro-rated to the date of the injury, and no further fees
will be the incurred by the athlete or their family, for the duration
of the season.

In the event that AVC would be required to begin legal proceedings to
recover any amounts due under this agreement, I agree to pay all the
club costs of litigation incurred with such collections efforts as
allowed by law in the state of Colorado.

Payments may be made by cash, check or money order. Check or money
order payments may be mailed to: Aggressive Volleyball Club c/o Cappie
Green 600 Cottonwood Pass Rd Gypsum, CO 81637. The player’s name, team
name and coach’s name must appear on the payment. Cash, check or money
order payments will also be accepted in person on the dates set above
at the regularly scheduled practices.

______________________________    ______
      _________________________________ ________
Player’s Signature                  Date Parent’s Signature
      Date


______________________________
Player’s Name (Please Print)




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              2009-2010 Aggressive Volleyball Club
          Player/Parent Participation Commitment Form



Player/Parent Participation Commitment

I understand that as a player for Aggressive Volleyball Club, I am
making a commitment to my coaches, teammates and club. This commitment
requires my attendance at practices, and tournaments as described in
the Player Handbook. My participation is imperative to the success of
my team. I understand that my commitment will require time and
financial commitments by both myself and my parents. I have reviewed
the 2009-2010 player handbook and I agree to abide by the contents
within it. I agree to always represent AVC with good sportsmanship,
dignity and pride.

________________________________                ___________________
Player’s Signature                                    Date


Parent’s Commitment

I have reviewed the Financial and Player Commitments with my child, and
discussed the significance of these agreements. I will work with the
club’s coaches and Board of Directors to ensure that my daughter meet
her obligations with regards to participating in practices and
tournaments, and her financial commitment. I also understand that my
role as a parent may require me to provide transportation to
tournaments, assistance with fundraising and enforcement of the rules
and regulations as described in the Player Handbook.


__________________________________              ____________________
Parent’s Signature                                    Date




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                 Aggressive Volleyball Club
                  Pre-Approved Absence Form

 THIS FORM MUST BE COMPLETED AT LEAST 2 WEEKS IN ADVANCE OF
                       THE TOURNAMENT



Date of Request: ___________________
Player’s Name: _____________________
Team: ______________________________            Coach:
_______________________

Dates of Requested Absence
First Date of Absence: ______________________
Last Date of Absence: ______________________

Reason for Absence:
___________________________________________________________
___________________________________________________________
___________________________________________________________
___________________________________________________________
___________________________________________________________
___________________________________________________________
______


Player Signature: _______________________________        Date:
________________
Parent Signature: _______________________________    Date:
________________


Approved/Disapproved: _______________________________
Coach’s Signature: ___________________________________
Date: ______________
Director’s Signature: __________________________________
Date: ______________




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 2009-2010 Aggressive Volleyball Player Sponsorship Request


Date


Name
Address
City, State, Zip


Dear         :

My name is                        and I am member of the
Aggressive Volleyball Club. I joined the club to help
develop my passion for the sport of volleyball. Through my
participation with the club, I am learning important life
skills such as honesty, integrity, commitment, team work
and dedication. By participating in organized activities
such as club volleyball, young women like me have the
opportunity to learn important tools that I will need to be
a successful and productive adult later in life.

I am writing to you in hopes that you will be able help me
gain sponsorship money to help pay my annual club
membership fee of $    . In addition to sponsorships, I
will also be participating in organized fundraisers
throughout the season. In return for your financial
assistance, I pledge to maintain a _____ grade point
average for the school year. I will also promise to
display the qualities of a good student, athlete and role
model at all times.

Aggressive Volleyball Club is a non-profit organization and
all donations are tax deductible. Should your donation be
greater than $500, your name and company logo will be
listed on all marketing items used during the 2009-2010
season. Any amount of sponsorship will be greatly
appreciated in helping me to reach my goal.

Thank you for your consideration. Any donations can be
sent to Aggressive Volleyball Club c/o Cappie Green 600
Cottonwood Pass Rd. Gypsum, CO 81637. Please include my
name, ______________ on the donation.


Sincerely,


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