What you do in-season is largely determind on what you do out of season. This upcoming in-season will be vastly different due to Krypteia. So take that into account.
Also, you have to be fluid in your programming and have plenty of "outs" that allow you to make progress and not tire the kids out. And as I've said 1,000,000 times: do the absolute LEAST you need to do in order to make progress. This is kind of "training 101" for any athletic strength coach but it always bears repeating. Also, much has to do with actual practicing/coaching they go through and how that is approached. I have "indicators" to look at for when to cut shit out/lower volume/remove exercises so you should have those too.
But to answer your question directly - some things have changed greatly with Krypteia so It's hard to answer. The bottom line is don't overthink this stuff too much. Be smart, never, ever miss weights and understand that you want them to get stronger but...
IT DOESN'T MATTER HOW MUCH THEY SQUAT OR DEADLIFT
Once you get through your head, everything becomes easier.