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2022/23 Season

School of Soccer 2022/23 Season


School of Soccer Frequently Asked Questions

1) How do I make up a class? : You are welcome to make up any missed classes during the registered season in our fall, spring and summer sessions. Please check the schedule on our website to find a make up class to drop into (email [email protected] for any assistance or to verify there aren't any last minute changes to the schedule). Our winter sessions have limited space, so please contact our Office Manager to check for availability.

2) What should I bring to class? : Kids should come to practice in  play clothes, closed-toe shoes, hat/gloves/jackets if needed, and a water bottle. Our u6 and up Academy players will need to wear cleats & shin guards.

3) What happens if the weather is bad? We will play through the gentle rain but if it’s raining cats and dogs or if there’s a chance for lightning we will try to give at least an hours notice before canceling classes. All weather cancellations will be posted on our Facebook page (you don’t need to have a facebook account to view the page) 
our Instagram page and on our website. If you are still unsure if class is being held please email us at [email protected] or call/text us at 208-908-7317. 

4) What happens if my kid is too shy to play? : The most common thing we see every session for a new family is a shy child. Please be patient with your kids and don’t force them to play in the games if they are resisting. Have them sit down with you in an area that is close to the class and watch a couple of games. If your child thinks that you are forcing them to play and they aren’t comfortable they will break down and cry. I promise you that their shyness will fade, but it takes a little bit of time and patience. The coaches will wait for a game or two and eventually try to coax your child into a game. It’s perfectly OK for you to join in with them and play a few games while they are adjusting to the class. Eventually, they will become less dependent on you and will venture out on their own. 

5) What happens if my child is disruptive or too aggressive? : If your child is being aggressive or disruptive in the class we will give them a few warnings or offer a reward if they correct their behavior. About 95 percent of the time we can get them to calm down without any issue. The worst-case scenario is that we will ask your child to sit down for an activity with you and watch the class for 5 min. When the 5 min is up the coach will come back over and let your child join back in the games. We try our best to make it not look like a punishment and we will never raise our voices at your child. Our objective is to make the class experience as fun and wild as possible, but with certain boundaries that need to be respected. 

6) What happens if my child isn't participating? : If your child isn’t participating in the first day then please don’t leave early. Stay with them and watch the entire class and take a moment at the end of the evening to talk to the coach. Kids that are very shy need these types of programs more than any other child. We are happy to offer full refunds for a child that doesn’t participate after the first couple of weeks. Please contact us at any time during the session if you have concerns or questions regarding refunds- [email protected] 

7) How will get I get future communications and who do I contact with questions before or after practice?  Please add "[email protected]" and "[email protected]" to your address books. All communication will come from those email address during the season and we don't want any important announcements to be sent to your Junk Folders. You can reach us via email or send a text/leave a VM at 208-908-7317. Please also follow us on Facebook or Instagram "@Schoolofsoccerboise" and check our website for all updates. 

8) What are your current Covid Policies? We ask that staff, soccer players, and spectators stay home if they are showing any of the following symptoms: chills, new or unusual headache, nausea/vomiting/diarrhea/loss of appetite, cough, muscle aches, sore throat, shortness of breath, fatigue, congestion and/or runny nose OR if your child has been exposed to someone that has been diagnosed with or tested positive for Covid. Players are encouraged to bring their own hand sanitizer to classes and to wash hands before and after class.



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