Spring League 2018 Assessment Days and Season InformationUpdated Wednesday March 14, 2018 by FHB Staff.
The Spring League is for boys ages 6-17 and girls ages 6-15 (age on 9/1/18) and runs February into the first week of May.
Registration for our 2018 Spring League is currently closed. However, we have a few spaces left in some divisions, and short waiting list in other divisions. If you are placed on a waiting list, you will autmatically be notified when a spot opens up.
*Important Information regarding Spring 2018 practices: Most practices will be held weeknights after 5pm. However, during the month of April, some practices may be held on Sundays between 12:00-7:00 due to gym availability. These schedules are available at the Parents' Meeting on Sunday, March 4th. There are no practices on Easter Sunday, 4/1.
**Important Parent Meeting Information: Our Spring 2018 Parents' Meeting has been confirmed for Sunday, March 4th, 3:00pm at Rosemont Middle School.
Our mandatory Player Assessment Days are taking place on Saturday, 2/24, with the make-up assessment on Sunday, 2/25 at Rosemont Middle School (4725 Rosemont Ave, La Crescenta, 91214)
Pre-Season Meeting Information:
Sunday, 3/4 @ Rosemont Middle School
Parents' Meeting 3:00 - 4:00pm
Coaches' Meeting 4:30 - 5:30pm
Please see below for Assessment Day Frequently Asked Questions.
ASSESSMENT DAY FAQS:
Q: When and where is it?
A: (Please see the above announcement)
Q: Do I need to stay for the whole time? Can I pop in whenever?
A: Please bring your player at the beginning of the scheduled time and plan to stay for the duration as we will most likely need the whole time for all groups.
Q: Can I bring my player at a different time during the day?
A: Unfortunately, no. The evaluators, drills, and basket heights change for every group. We can only see your player at his or her scheduled time.
Q: Is there a make-up day/time?
A: Yes, Sunday, 2/25 is the make-up assessment. Attending either assessment day will be fine.
Q: I tried to rearrange our schedule, but I just can’t make it. What happens?
A: If you absolutely cannot attend the assessment, as long as the registration has already been completed online and the registration fee has been paid, your player will still be placed on a team. For any players that do not attend the assessment, Foothill Hoops has the right to change their team assignment after the season has started if we feel that the teams are not balanced. There is no need to contact us if your player cannot attend.
Q: My player has played in the past. Do I need to bring him or her?
A: Yes. The reason for this is, believe it or not, the kids grow and change from season to season! Also, the player pool fluctuates from season to season, and we must consider your son or daughter’s skills, experience, and height relative to all of the players in his or her current division and up against the player pool for that season.
Q: I have a player who may want to play up/down a division. Which assessment time do I bring him to?
A: Please bring your player to both assessment times. I.E., if you have a son who is considered 7 based on our age cut-off, but may want to be considered for the 8-9 year old group, please have him come to the 6-7 year old assessment time, and then re-check in for the 8-9 year old assessment time. After the second assessment time, please see a director inside the gym to discuss your player’s placement.
Q: I volunteered to coach. What do I do at the assessment?
A: First of all, thank you for volunteering! Our program could not operate without your volunteerism. At the Player Assessment Day, however, we ask you to simply sit back and relax and let our staff do the evaluating. Please plan to attend our Coaches' Meeting and Coaching Clinic on Sunday, 3/4 from 4:30-5:30pm at Rosemont. At the clinic you will get your roster, the league rules, and many helpful drills that you can use at practice.
Q: How are the teams made?
A: Our neutral Foothill Hoops staff does all of the evaluating at the Player Assessment Day. We don’t have parent volunteers evaluate, nor do they draft the teams. Instead, our League Directors create the teams as evenly as possible based on the skills assessment.
Q: Do you take requests?
A: The Foothill Hoops Recreational Leagues are intended for players to sign up as individuals. We do not allow full teams (or near full teams) to join into any league as a group, nor do we allow coaches to construct their own teams. We do, however, try our best to accommodate requests. A few notes on requests:
Q: When do I find out my player’s team assignment?
A: Team assignments will be published at our Parents’ Meeting on Sunday, 3/4, 3:00pm at Rosemont Middle School
Q: What is the practice and game schedule?
A: All schedules will be published at the Parents’ Meeting and won’t be known until after the assessment days (the schedule will be based on coaches’ availability and number of players registered). If there is a time you know you won’t be able to practice, please let us know on a request form at the assessment. Practices during the Spring season are typically on weeknights, with some practices on Sunday afternoons due to gym availability. Games during the Spring are Saturdays at various times throughout the day.
Q: I’ve read through all the FAQs, looked through the website (www.FoothillHoops.org), but I still have questions. Who do I contact?
A: Feel free to email us at firstname.lastname@example.org with any other questions you might have.
Thanks, everyone, in advance for a smooth Player Assessment Day. We’ll see you in the gym!
The Foothill Hoops Staff
|Parents' Packet - Spring 2018 - pdf.PDF|
|Coaches' Packet - Spring 2018 - pdf.PDF|