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Oct, 2017

Board Nominations/Elections

2017 Board Nominations for 2018 Calendar Year

Lakewood Pop Warner will be holding elections for the LPW Board on Tuesday, October 17, 2017.  If you would like to run for a position and be considered on the ballot, please follow the instructions below.

Please Note: Serving on the board is a commitment to the entire organization. Board members commit a great amount of time to the organization throughout the entire year. Volunteering your time is required in season, in the offseason, and on game days. This includes offseason clinics, equipment issuing and turn-in, field preparation, registration days, board meetings, and general planning. It is the board's responsibility to ensure our league is fiscally responsible and a great place for youth athletics. Please consider your personal and work schedule prior to committing.

The following submissions are required to be considered for the ballot:

1. Position you’d like to run for.

2. Personal Bio and Qualifications.

3. Volunteer Application

* Submissions must be received by 5pm, Friday, October 13 for ballot consideration.  Please email your nominations to [email protected]

2017 Positions and Descriptions:

Vice President:
The Vice President shall, in the absence of the President, perform all the duties and have all the powers of the President. The Vice-President or the President must approve all scrimmages. He/she shall along with the Athletic Director preside over certification. The Vice President shall act as a liaison representing Lakewood Pop Warner in all Lakewood High School matters.

WEIGH MASTER: The Weigh Master shall be responsible for the following duties:
1. Ensure each football player who participates in a game under Lakewood’s jurisdiction conform to the Conference’s age and weight rules.
2. Ensure each player is wearing approved equipment to ensure that each player is properly protected.
3. Prevent any player who does not conform to from participation in that game.
4. Be responsible for field set-up and dismantlement after each home game.
5. Provide a scorekeeper for each home game.

 EQUIPMENT MANAGER: The Equipment Manager shall be responsible for the following duties:
1. Responsible for Corporation football equipment used by all teams authorized to participate.
2. He/she shall maintain an accurate inventory of the Corporation’s athletic equipment and property.
3. He/she shall submit an inventory report to the Board no later than January 15th of each year, with a statement of condition of such equipment.
4. He/she shall be responsible for procuring bids (at least three (3)) for new equipment as required. Any purchases in excess of one hundred dollars ($100) shall be presented to the Board for approval. Any purchase under $100 should be approved by the President or Vice President.
5. He/she shall maintain accurate financial records for all equipment purchases and submit to the Board at monthly meetings

ASSISTANT EQUIPMENT MANAGER: The Assistant Equipment Manager shall, in the absence of the Equipment Manager, perform all the duties and have all the powers of the Equipment Manager.

 PTY COORDINATOR: The PTY Coordinator shall be responsible for the following duties by him/her self or committee:
1. Responsible for procuring bids and providing samples (at least three (3)) for team pictures and trophies and yearbook for end of season distribution including postbowl trophies, plaques, or patches. The Coordinator will present bids to the Board for final selection by the 1st meeting in May.
2. The Coordinator will coordinate and establish a schedule for picture day with photographers. Picture day shall be scheduled before the end of September.
3. The Coordinator will present a plan to ensure that trophies and yearbooks will be completed before the end of the season to be distributed at individual team banquets.
4. He/she shall maintain accurate financial records of all monies disbursed and received on the form of a fundraising ledger, make weekly deposits to Treasurer, and submit to the Board at monthly meetings.

ASSISTANT CHEER DIRECTOR: The Assistant Cheer Director shall, in the absence of the Cheer Director, perform all the duties and have all the powers of the Cheer Director.

 PLAYER SAFETY COACH: The Player Safety Coach (PSC) is responsible for overseeing the organization’s implementation of Heads Up Football®. The PSC attends a one-day training clinic with USA Football or equivalent, selected by the conference, ensures all coaches are certified, holds in-person clinics for head coaches, attends practices and games and serves as the expert and point of contact for player health and safety. It is recommended this person does not have team coaching responsibility. This position’s profile melds the roles of coaching mentor and parent liaison, specifically for Heads Up Tackling℠, Heads Up Blocking and other player safety matters.

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