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SPRING 2010. DHS VOLLEYBALL FRESHMAN PARENT / BOOSTER CLUB MEETING. Welcome to DHS Volleyball. Coaching Staff Introductions. Heather Stewart 8 years at DHS Sara Lowry (VB/BB) 5 years at DHS Zach Harms (VB) 1 year at DHS Amanda Byers (VB/TK) 2 year at DHS Jessica Bradley (VB/SB)

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Spring 2010

SPRING 2010

DHS VOLLEYBALL

FRESHMAN PARENT /

BOOSTER CLUB MEETING


Coaching staff introductions

Welcome to DHS Volleyball

Coaching Staff Introductions

Heather Stewart

8 years at DHS

Sara Lowry (VB/BB)

5 years at DHS

Zach Harms (VB)

1 year at DHS

Amanda Byers (VB/TK)

2 year at DHS

Jessica Bradley (VB/SB)

1 year at DHS


Program philosphy

Program Philosphy

Family atmosphere

Building young ladies of character, not just volleyball players 

Expectations go beyond the volleyball court

Sports do not build character, they reveal it.

- John Wooden


The dhs volleyabll player

The DHS Volleyabll Player

What we expect from the DHS Volleyball player:

Commitment

Discipline

Dedication

Respect

Pride

Integrity

Accountability

Loyalty

Coachable

Consistent

These traits go on and off the court


Parent expectations

Parent Expectations

What we expect of the DHS Volleyball Parent:

  • Support your daughter

  • Loyalty to the program

  • Communicate concerns with the coaches

  • Abide by UIL Booster Club guidelines

  • Follow DHS Volleyball policies (doctor visits, bus travel, missed practices, etc)


What can you expect from us

What can you expect from us?

Dedication

Player focused

Professional

Open communication

Organized


What should i do this summer

What should I do this summer?

The following items will better prepare your daughter for the transition to High School Volleyball:

DHS Skills Camp - June 14-17  9a-12p

 $55 for Monday - Thursday

 Summer PRIDE - June 14-July 22 (7-9:30a) 

 Monday - Thursday   Cost: $20

Open Gym - Immediately following PRIDE (9:30-11a)

Team Camp - July 19-21  9a-12p

ran by TWU Head Coach  Cost: $70

Frisco Summer League - $30 cash

June 22,24,29,July 1,6,8,19,20

at Frisco Wakeland High School

Failing to Prepare is Preparing to Fail!


Equipment

Equipment

Each player will receive the following equipment when they make the team:

1 pair spandex $17 (must keep at end of season)

5 practice t-shirts $7 each

Sweatshirt and pants $30 set

Knee pads $15 set (must keep at end of season)

White/Purple Uniform

Practice Bag

Extra items to order:

Asics shoes (same as JV team) $65

Extra spandex $17 each

If you would like to order shoes or extra spandex, please contact Coach Stewart by the end of May.


Fundraiser

Fundraiser

Next Fundraiser - August 2nd

Cookie Dough Sales

Each freshman athlete is trying to raise $75

Covers the cost of spandex ($17), kneepads ($15), and meals for away matches ($3.25 x 13=42.25)


Try outs august 2 nd 5 th

Try-Outs - August 2nd-5th

Players must attend try-outs to be considered for the team

Players need a physical turned in prior to first day of 2 a days

See tentative try-out schedule posted on the website

begin at 7a end by 1p with a one hour break

 bring snacks, lunch, gatorade, and water

Possibly 2 freshman teams (A and B)

JV spots possible for a freshman player

Team decisions will be made Tuesday

Equipment checked out Wednesday

Mandatory parent / booster club meeting will be Wednesday, 8/4 at 6:30p

First scrimmage Friday, 8/6 and Saturday, 8/7

Spike off celebration: Saturday 8/7 – 6p


Schedules

Schedules

Practice Schedule

Once school starts, Freshman will practice during 3rd block and after school until 5/5:30p on Monday, Wed, Thursday

Class Schedule

Freshman will be double blocked in volleyball both A and B days

Since athletics is during 3rd block players will change and eat after practice/study hall

Game Schedule

Freshman will play every Tuesday and Friday and in two tournaments (9/4-Argyle and 9/11-Irving)

If we have 2 freshman teams then we will tentatively play the A team at the JV time and the B team at the Varsity time (please see calendar and schedule for exact times)

Most games will be played in the second gym


Faq s

FAQ'S

Can I play soccer, basketball, softball, CC, golf, track and play volleyball?

Yes – playing more than one sport at the freshman level is very common at DHS.

Can I be involved in cheer or band and play volleyball

Possibly – very difficult for most students to juggle multiple extra-curricular activities and fulfill requirements of the 4x4

Can I be in IB classes and be a volleyball player?

Absolutely!!

Do I have to play club volleyball in order to make the team?

Not necessarily – More playing is a definite advantage at the high school level. All of my returning Varsity played club volleyball this spring

Do freshman get cut during try-outs?

Rarely, but possibly.


Questions

Questions??


Spring 2010

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