USA Football
HEALTH & SAFETY

Coaches Conduct Statement
Posted Jan 2, 2018

Coaches please check out the 2018 Coaches Conduct Statement. MYFA requires all coaches to sign this statements before being approved to coach!


 
2011 Inductee

Jerry Huggins - For more than twenty years, Jerry has been a selfless volunteer to the young athletes participating in Metro Youth Football in addition to serving as a mentor and role model to the next generation of coaches and league volunteers. During those 20 years Jerry has served as a coach, board member, Vice-President, President and Executive Board member. As President he oversaw the largest Capital building project in MYFA history. The project included the installation of an irrigation system, re-crowning and sodding of all three fields. It also included the installation of new goal posts and lights on the center field.
Currently Jerry interviews every new coaching applicant and reviews every first year coach in Metro Youth Football. He offers supervision, tips and guidance to these coaches as they undertake the sometimes daunting task of coaching a team of rowdy young football players!
Jerry also sits on the Executive Board, this oversight board assists the board with major policy and safety decisions. Many of the E-Board meetings can involve intense and very passionate discussions; the one voice that is always heard belongs to Jerry. He has a unique ability to unite the board and assist in making a wise and proper decision that is in the best ineptest of Metro Youth Football and the youngsters we serve.
The Honor Roll is characterized as honoring those who have a priority selfless dedication to youth. Jerry Huggins embodies these qualities through his service to Metro Youth Football, even though he has never had a child play in the league. Jerry’s vision, leadership and dedication have helped the league grow into the organization that it is today. We are proud to welcome Jerry to the Honor Roll.

 
Parents Conduct Statement
Posted Jan 2, 2018

Parents please review the 2018 Parent Conduct Statement. All parents are expected to read and agree to the statement.