Sports help children develop physical skills, get exercise, make friends, have fun, learn teamwork, learn to play fair, and improve self-esteem.
The highly stressful, competitive, “win at all costs” attitude prevalent in the world of children’s sports and athletics contributes to an unhealthy environment. However, it is essential to remember that the attitudes and behavior taught to children in sports carry over to adult life. Therefore, WWSA culture takes an active role in helping children develop good sportsmanship and help the child get the most out of sports.
WWSA helps influence and aid positive mental health for the next generation.
We instill the love of competition, and at WWSA, we either win or learn there is no losing.
Coaches always follow the WWSA Brand of Curriculum Standards set by the Corporate Advisory Committee.
Providing emotional support and positive feedback
Having realistic expectations
Learning about the sport and supporting involvement
Praising their efforts to compete and improve athletic skills
Modeling respectful behavior