Coaches Concussion Training
Below are links regarding free online concussion training and information. The Center for Disease Control offers a free online concussion training course to help coaches and parents identify and respond to possible concussions of young athletes.
This training is mandatory for travel and intramural soccer coaches (head and assistant coaches)
All coaches (Travel and Intramural head and assistants) should print out the “Heads Up For Coaches Fact Sheet” and have on hand for all games and practices.
Information and Online training Link:
All coaches and assistants who have not done so already should complete the training and forward their certificate to Nick Genoese @ firstname.lastname@example.org
YOU WILL NOT BE PERMITTED TO COACH OR ASSIST A COACH WITHOUT A TRAINING CERTIFICATE.
Additional head injury information can also be found here: http://www.cdc.gov/concussion/HeadsUp/youth.html
Dog & Alcohol Ordinances
According to Ordinance #12-1, leashed dogs may be brought onto Florham Park playing fields and open recreational areas. Owners must curb, control, and clean-up after their dogs. Dogs may not run at large.
According to Ordinance #11-74, alcohol may not be consumed or distributed on Florham Park playing fields or open recreational areas. Locations include but are not limited to: the Municipal Complex, Emmett Park, Dale Anderson Jaycees Tot Lot, Stobaeus Park, and Beechcrest Park.
If you have any questions, please call the Recreation Department at (973) 410-5390. Thank you for your cooperation.