LFFL Community

A special thank you to our volunteers who have stepped up to lead these kids on the field. Learning plays & choreography is challenging. We need leaders who are patient, kind and understand how to best connect with their athlete. 

To date, we have nearly 50 parents giving up between 2-4 hours of their time each week to help kids develop new skills, bigger friend networks and stronger competence in themselves. Thank you volunteers!

Midseason Parent Feedback

Over the past four weeks I have reached out to parents across all divisions. Generally they are very happy with the LFFL and the kids are having fun in flag and in cheer.

There are a few areas in which we can improve as coaches, mentors and parents.

1-Parent support. Some teams have assistant coaches, some have none. Parents, don't be afraid to help when you can! Be a football dummy at practice so kids can practice routes or zones, offer to help out on O or D or even run a practice now and again. 

2-Kindness and respect for our opponent. On occasion, we may let our bigger emotions out (good and bad!) and we should remember that we're the example to set. The LFFL prefers character development rather than who can do the gritty best after a score.

3-In Game behaviors. Our refs get better and better each week, but if there are issues (e.g., other opponent flags hidden, too physical) please bring to our attention respectfully and we'll give more attention to correct the behavior.


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