Make All Star fun for
Any extracurricular activity can be a big commitment for families and we ’ re delighted that your child has chosen All Star ! The benefits of All Star are many and as a parent you want to provide the best physical , mental and social environment for your child . In addition to skills training , All Star provides enrichment and growth opportunities on and off the floor .
Your child ’ s All Star experience will be influenced by many factors , but nothing will influence that experience more than you . As a parent , you are the most influential figure in your child ’ s development , both as an athlete and as a person . Embrace that opportunity .
Free athlete abuse prevention training for parents
Safe At All Star education explains the issues of misconduct in sports and helps parents ensure their children have a positive and safe experience .
The USASF also provides free Safe At All Star training to help parents gain the education and confidence to protect your child from sexual abuse .
If you ’ re a parent looking for resources on keeping your athlete safe , you can access this training at no cost . For more information , visit SAFE AT ALL STAR .
• Let kids be kids . Fun should be paramount .
• Be supportive . Be disciplined . Be respectful . Manage your emotions and set a good example that teaches your child to do the same .
• Don ’ t bully or harass . Speak out if you see bullying or harassing behavior from others .
• Focus on the process , not the outcome and teach your child to do the same .
• Praise your child ’ s effort more often than their performance .
• Keep All Star in perspective . Encourage your child to be well-rounded with interests both on and off the floor .
• Enjoy the All Star experience with your child . Life moves fast and time passes quickly . Soon your child will be grown and you ’ ll wish you could return to these days , if just for a moment .
• So savor these seasons , don ’ t rush them . Make the experience one that you ’ ll remember fondly together years from now .