MYSC 2017 Annual Activity Report
Milton Youth Soccer Club has released our 2017 Activity Report with an introduction from our club President. This year is the first year we’ve published an activity report highlighting our achievements and goals for the future. As always, if you have any questions, or would like to volunteer to help make our soccer club even better, please contact one of the board members.
Board Members Needed!
Two critical positions are in need of volunteers! Please contact the board with interest, or attend our next meeting!
- Recreation Coordinator oversees all aspects of our Spring and Fall Recreation Programs, which includes assisting with registration and team placement, enlisting volunteer coaches, scheduling practices and games, and working with other board members to handle field, equipment, referee, coach and player issues.
- Uniform Coordinator handles all issues related to uniforms, which in includes working with uniform vendors, arranging for bulk orders, sorting team kits, and monitoring pricing.
Milton Youth Soccer are always looking for additional board members and volunteers. Interested? Attend a board meeting, the first (non-holiday) Monday of every month.
Check our Schedule page for upcoming meeting dates and times, as well as information regarding other club events.
From I-89 take the US-2 E exit, EXIT 17, toward US-7. Turn left onto US-2. Turn left onto US-7 and drive approximately 3.9 miles. Turn right onto Bombardier Road. Bombardier Park is on the right.
New MYSC Policy on the Handling of Possible Head Injuries
All MYSC coaches – Travel and Recreational, head and assistant – and all MYSC referees must complete the online CDC “Heads Up!” concussion course at least once a year.
An MYSC player is restricted from play if
- VSA informs us that a referee reported a possible head injury for the player at a Travel game;
- one of the player’s MYSC coaches reports a possible head injury for the player at a Travel or Recreational game or practice; or
- an MYSC referee reports a possible head injury for the player at a Recreational game.
Reports of possible head injuries must go to the Travel Coordinator (for Travel players) or the Recreational Coordinator (for Recreational players).
When an MYSC player is restricted from play, he/she cannot participate in any Travel or Recreational practice or game until he/she provides written medical clearance to return to play. This written medical clearance to return to play must go to the Travel Coordinator (for Travel players) or the Recreational Coordinator (for Recreational players).
Only the Travel Coordinator (for Travel players) or the Recreational Coordinator (for Recreational players) decides whether and when an MYSC player is restricted from play, and whether and when the player can return to play.
All MYSC coaches and referees should report possible head injuries. Reports of possible head injuries should not be affected by whether a player is allowed by the coach to continue playing in the game. Also, reports of possible head injuries should not be withheld under assumptions that someone else will send them.
VSA offers secondary medical insurance covering anything that happens at an MYSC practice or game, with a $100 deductible. This includes Recreational, too, not just Travel. More information about this can be found online, at http://www.vermontsoccer.org/insurance2/.