August 20, 2010, Newsletter Issue #298: Being an Involved Parent

Tip of the Week

Participating in your child’s after school activities creates a bond that lasts far beyond the end of a season. Making time to coach a baseball team or participate in your little girls dance recital makes lasting impression on your child. This persona you create as being an “involved parent” will most likely be adopted by your children as well; regular involvement becomes the norm and your kids will pass this trait to their children and on and on. This gift can change a family for the better and you can be the reason. What a great thing to do for someone.
At first try to make their practices, get to know the other parents and see if the team needs any help. Most youth sports organizations always need volunteers. After getting to know the kids, parents, and other volunteers you’ll see its community that keeps these organizations running and you can be part of the engine.    

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