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Ashwaubenon High School Student-Athlete Survey/Evaluation of Coach
Coach: ______________________ Sport: _____________________ Level:_F JV V
Date: __________
This form is used as one phase of improving the specific sport program. Please take the time to circle the number that corresponds to
your opinion in assessing the head coach. Only circle one number per statement. This questionnaire will assist the athletic department
in making the program stronger than before. Thank you in advance for your insights.
4 – Strongly Agree
3 – Somewhat Agree
2 – Somewhat Disagree
1 – Strongly Disagree
Character
1 2 3 4
Coach doesn’t tell athletes one thing and then does another.
1 2 3 4
Coach doesn’t promise things she/he can’t deliver.
1 2 3 4
Coach follows rules as they are written and doesn’t look for ways around those rules to have a better
chance to win.
Consistency
1 2 3 4
Coach is consistent in the way she/he administers consequences. The coach doesn’t show favoritism
toward specific athletes or grade levels.
1 2 3 4
Coach is consistent in her/his mood and the way she/he approaches the athletes on an everyday basis.
1 2 3 4
Coach doesn’t express frustrations from personal life with athletes.
1 2 3 4
Coach creates an environment where athletes know what to expect from her/him.
Communication
1 2 3 4
Coach makes sure positive and constructive comments outweigh the negative comments.
1 2 3 4
Coach has an open-door policy. Athletes feel like they can talk to her/him about anything at any time.
1 2 3 4
Coach clearly communicates with athletes about expectations, roles, and standards for team/program.
Caring
1 2 3 4
Coach makes athletes feel she/he would do anything for them, regardless of their talent or grade level.
1 2 3 4
Coach relates to athletes as people and not just as players on a team.
1 2 3 4
Coach goes out of her/his way to help players if they aware of a problem or concern outside of athletics.
1 2 3 4
Coach acknowledges and talks with athletes outside of the playing arena.
Competency
1 2 3 4
Coach knows the sport inside and out. Coach is confident in teaching skills and developing strategy.
1 2 3 4
Coach has athletes who improve from the time they enter the season to when they finish, no matter how
good they are when they begin.
1 2 3 4
Coach runs practices that are organized with enthusiasm.
Commitment
1 2 3 4
Coach is passionate and invested in the program. She/He is committed to putting in the time necessary.
1 2 3 4
Coach comes in early for practice and stays late after practice.
1 2 3 4
Coach is a highly competitive individual. Coach tries to get athletes to perform at their best.
Confidence Building
1 2 3 4
Coach is inspiring. She/He creates and maintains hope and optimism.
1 2 3 4
Coach realizes athletes want to feel appreciated, valued, competent, and important.
1 2 3 4
Coach realizes that confidence is fragile and doesn’t embarrass athletes with an over amount of negative
feedback or does not praise when praise is not necessary.
1 2 3 4
Coach has the mindset that athletes are the ones who really win games/competitions, not the coach.
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The opinions of the signed student-athlete, below, will remain confidential. The only person that will view the evaluation document is the
associate principal/activities director at the school. The signature indicates that these opinions are of the signed individual.
THE PERSON’S NAME, BELOW, WILL BE CUT OFF BEFORE THE COACH VIEWS THE EVALUATION FORM
Print Name
Signed Name
Date
/
/
Ashwaubenon High School Student-Athlete Survey/Evaluation of Coach
Coach: ______________________ Sport: _____________________ Level:_F JV V
Date: __________
This form is used as one phase of improving the specific sport program. Please take the time to circle the number that corresponds to
your opinion in assessing the head coach. Only circle one number per statement. This questionnaire will assist the athletic department
in making the program stronger than before. Thank you in advance for your insights.
4 – Strongly Agree
3 – Somewhat Agree
2 – Somewhat Disagree
1 – Strongly Disagree
Character
1 2 3 4
Coach doesn’t tell athletes one thing and then does another.
1 2 3 4
Coach doesn’t promise things she/he can’t deliver.
1 2 3 4
Coach follows rules as they are written and doesn’t look for ways around those rules to have a better
chance to win.
Consistency
1 2 3 4
Coach is consistent in the way she/he administers consequences. The coach doesn’t show favoritism
toward specific athletes or grade levels.
1 2 3 4
Coach is consistent in her/his mood and the way she/he approaches the athletes on an everyday basis.
1 2 3 4
Coach doesn’t express frustrations from personal life with athletes.
1 2 3 4
Coach creates an environment where athletes know what to expect from her/him.
Communication
1 2 3 4
Coach makes sure positive and constructive comments outweigh the negative comments.
1 2 3 4
Coach has an open-door policy. Athletes feel like they can talk to her/him about anything at any time.
1 2 3 4
Coach clearly communicates with athletes about expectations, roles, and standards for team/program.
Caring
1 2 3 4
Coach makes athletes feel she/he would do anything for them, regardless of their talent or grade level.
1 2 3 4
Coach relates to athletes as people and not just as players on a team.
1 2 3 4
Coach goes out of her/his way to help players if they aware of a problem or concern outside of athletics.
1 2 3 4
Coach acknowledges and talks with athletes outside of the playing arena.
Competency
1 2 3 4
Coach knows the sport inside and out. Coach is confident in teaching skills and developing strategy.
1 2 3 4
Coach has athletes who improve from the time they enter the season to when they finish, no matter how
good they are when they begin.
1 2 3 4
Coach runs practices that are organized with enthusiasm.
Commitment
1 2 3 4
Coach is passionate and invested in the program. She/He is committed to putting in the time necessary.
1 2 3 4
Coach comes in early for practice and stays late after practice.
1 2 3 4
Coach is a highly competitive individual. Coach tries to get athletes to perform at their best.
Confidence Building
1 2 3 4
Coach is inspiring. She/He creates and maintains hope and optimism.
1 2 3 4
Coach realizes athletes want to feel appreciated, valued, competent, and important.
1 2 3 4
Coach realizes that confidence is fragile and doesn’t embarrass athletes with an over amount of negative
feedback or does not praise when praise is not necessary.
1 2 3 4
Coach has the mindset that athletes are the ones who really win games/competitions, not the coach.
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
The opinions of the signed student-athlete, below, will remain confidential. The only person that will view the evaluation document is the
associate principal/activities director at the school. The signature indicates that these opinions are of the signed individual.
THE PERSON’S NAME, BELOW, WILL BE CUT OFF BEFORE THE COACH VIEWS THE EVALUATION FORM
Print Name
Signed Name
Date
/
/