Competitive Coaches Survey Results, News (London Devilettes)

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Competitive Coaches Survey Results
Submitted By Steve Milne on Thursday, January 23, 2020
The London Devilettes would like to thank all competitive parents who submitted their coaches survey.  This year we had 63% of our members return responses.  This information helps us to continue to move forward as an organization. 

The results of the survey showed an overall satisfaction rating of 82.8% 

While we thank our coaches and applaud this score, as an organization we will continue to push this number forward. 

The following is how the associations coaches ranked by category:

Communication - 83%
Sportsmanship - 84.6%
Hockey Knowledge - 84.7%

All the coaches have been presented their individual ratings and appreciate the comments and sentiments sent by their players' parents.  This information will help them to develop as coaches and mentors of our players.   

On behalf of our organization; Thank-You to our coaches for your time and efforts so far this season!

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