Coaches will need to enlist and educate a number of stakeholders from the community in order for the LoA program to be successful. These include parents, teachers, the media, local organizations, area businesses and government representatives. With assistance of members of the community, the LoA program can grow and thrive; bettering the lives of children and teens who are our future leaders.
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I am the Student Assistance Prevention Counselor for our school and it is wonderful to have the Life of an Athlete program. I bring in any sort of drug prevention that makes sense for our students. I …
— Jamie Edge (Student Assistance Prevention Counselor, Inter-Lakes High School )