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2019-2020 Season Info

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WELCOME TO ANOTHER EXCITING YEAR! 

RVC believes in partnering with parents to achieve your player's maximum potential and as with any partnership there needs to be a commitment from both parties.

 

RVC's Commitment:

All of our coaches decisions will be made in the best interest of the team, not the individual.  RVC will use all of our resources to give your daughter the opportunity to develop into an outstanding volleyball player, student, member of the community and empowered young woman.

We will not physically or mentally abuse her.  We will not "run her off" when we have the opportunity to recruit a player with more talent.  We will treat her the same way that we would like our own child to be treated, which means that there will be times when she will be challenged, encouraged, held accountable and pushed to do things beyond what she believes she is capable of doing.  This is RVC's commitment to you.

 

Player's Challenges:

There will be times in your daughter's volleyball career where she will become frustrated, anxious or even angry for a number of reasons, including but not limited to:  Expectations placed on her more than she anticipated, she may be asked to play a role on the team that is not the one she hoped or dreamed of.  She may not enjoy competing everyday against other athletes as skilled or talented as she is or against those that might even be more skilled and talented.

She may not yet have developed the appreciation for delayed gratification.  She may interpret correction and information as judgement.  She may long for something else that appears easier or more comfortable.  She may be overwhelmed by any combination of all these factors.

If she does experience these thoughts and emotions, she is having a normal competitive athletic experience that is typical for someone who is moving through adolescence to adulthood.  When this happens, there may come a moment when she wants to give up and quit.

 

Parent's Commitment:

When your daughter calls you will listen, you will communicate your love and support for her, then you will tell her to get back to the tough business of growing up and becoming accountable for the challenges that she is fortunate enough to have set before her.  RVC encourages you to fasten your seatbelt and welcome the challenge this season will bring and one that your daughter will benefit greatly from.

Support RVC

RVC is a 501c3 organization, you can support RVC through Donations, King Soopers Loyalty Program and Amazon Smile.  Your support and donations will go towards purchasing and maintaing equipment ie. balls, training aids, etc. while also making improvements at RVC's Facility.

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