2018 Volunteer Application
As required by Little League International, volunteers (head coaches, assistant coaches, on the field helpers, etc.) must complete an ANNUAL volunteer application. (This is essentially the same as the CORI process you go through to volunteer in school, but you need to go through one specific to Hopkinton Little League too.)
You cannot be on the field at practice or in a game IN ANY CAPACITY (keeping scorebook, managing the bench, etc.) unless you fill out the volunteer application. Even if you have been cleared in previous years or for different sports, you still need to be cleared by HLL in 2018.
A copy of your driver's license (or other government ID), Social Security Number and 3 references are REQUIRED to process the application. References can include friends, co-workers, etc.; basically anyone that is willing and able to vouch for you. (One must be familiar with you in interacting/volunteering with kids.)
If you’d like to help, please submit the attached volunteer application to:
Hopkinton Little League
PO Box 32
Hopkinton, MA 01748
ATTN: Jason Mahon
All applications are handled only by me and information is kept confidential.
Player Injury Report
The Head Coach must immediately report any injury of a player, coach or fan to the league president and league safety officer.
League President - Jason Mahon
Safety Officer – Jeff Striek: email@example.com
Click here for the Injury Report.
All head coaches and assistant coaches should watch this short video on concussions:
Medical Release Form
Please give each parent a medical release form for their player. Before practice or games begin, each player must give you a medical release form. Keep these forms in your medical kit or equipment bag. They should be brought to every game and practice. Only coaches should have access to this information.
Click here to download the medical release form.
Recording Final Score & Thrown Pitches
See the 2015 Website User’s Guide here
Head Coaches are responsible for the following items:
- Follow the HLL Code of Conduct
- Attend Coach's Clinic
- Attend Safety Meeting
- Pick up team uniforms & equipment
- Following through with code of conduct for players & parents
- Provide a positive and fun environment while coaching
- Fill out and turn in player evaluation forms at the end of the season
- Communicate issues with the League Director / Player Agent
- Attend draft for your league (AA/10U and above)
- Attend player evaluation meeting (usually in June) (AA/10U and above)
- Assign Team Information Officer - home team must enter game scores on website within 24 hours of game (AA/10U and above)