Whitnall youth football and cheer resources
The Whitnall Youth Football & Cheerleading (WYF&C) program proudly represents the Whitnall community both at home and while visiting outside communities. We want to support our football and cheer athletes throughout their development in the sport. This is done through the enforcement of our code of conduct for football, cheer, parents, and coaches. We also provide a process for resolving conflicts that may arise during the season. Any questions can be directed to the WYFC board at email@example.com.
Football Code Of Conduct
The football code of conduct is electronically agreed on by each football player during the registration for each season. Enforcement of this code of conduct is done by the coaches and the WYFC board throughout the season.
Cheer Code Of Conduct
The cheer code of conduct is electronically agreed on by each cheerleader during the registration for each season. Enforcement of this code of conduct is done by the coaches and the WYFC board throughout the season.
Parent Code Of Conduct
The parent code of conduct is electronically agreed on by parents during the registration for each season. Enforcement of this code of conduct is done by the coaches and the WYFC board throughout the season. Parents are responsible for guests that they bring to games or competitions.
Conflict Resolution Process
Throughout the season there may be situations that come up that need to be addressed. It is important that players, parents, coaches, and board members have open communication. We encourage players and parents to first bring the situation to the coach's attention prior to approaching the board. Please wait 24 hours after games prior to approaching coaches. Should the situation not be resolved, please reference the doc below for reaching out to the board.
Football/Cheer Coach Background Check Policy
All coaches are required to go through annual background checks. The background checks are done through a third party provider at the direction of the WYFC Director of Coaching. A coach potentially could fail the background check either through actual events or occasionally events linked to a person with the same name. If a background check comes back as failed, the coaching candidate has the right to appeal the decision by the third party provider to the WYFC board.
WYFC participates in SEYFA (South Eastern Youth Football Alliance). The rules set forth by the SEYFA board apply to not only the football games being played but also to Cheerleaders and Fans.
Whtnall High School
5000 S 116th St
Greenfield, WI 53228