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Jefferson High School PAC Meeting Welcome Parents, Athletes and Coaches! Go Jaguars! Boys Basketball Jeff Evens Girls Basketball Andy Meinhardt Boys Hockey Jeff Lindquist Boys Swimming Nate Linscheid Gymnastics Paul and Leslee Wright JHS HEAD COACHES Athletic Administrators

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Jefferson High School PAC Meeting

  • Welcome Parents, Athletes and Coaches!

  • Go Jaguars!


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Boys Basketball

Jeff Evens

Girls Basketball

Andy Meinhardt

Boys Hockey

Jeff Lindquist

Boys Swimming

Nate Linscheid

GymnasticsPaul and Leslee Wright

JHS HEAD COACHES


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Athletic Administrators

  • Ted Schultz Head Athletic Director Bloomington Public Schools

  • Dan Storlien Boys Athletic Coordinator

  • Teri Roder Girls

    Athletic Coordinator

  • Terri McCarthy Chemical Counselor

  • LINDA MIELKE

    ATHLETIC SEC.


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Bloomington Athletics

Bloomington Safe House Program

Effect change

Make a difference

www.bloomingtonsafehouse.com


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Bloomington Athletics

- Online resource for parents to foster

communication and prevent underage drinking

- Parents simply commit not to provide, allow, or enable

underage drinking in their homes for their children

or friends of their children

www.bloomingtonsafehouse.com


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Bloomington Athletics

Parent volunteers needed

www.bloomingtonsafehouse.com


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Bloomington Athletics

Effect change

Make a difference

Thank you!

www.bloomingtonsafehouse.com


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2004 MINNESOTA STUDENT SURVEY – CHEMICAL USE – SENIORS

STATEWIDE JEFFERSON ALCOHOL ALCOHOL Boys/Girls Boys/Girls

64% 65% 63% 62%

MARIJUANA MARIJUANA

Boys/Girls Boys/Girls

31% 25% 41% 29%


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Noteworthy info

  • JUNIORS typically have the highest use at Jefferson, surpassing seniors by 8 – 10%.

  • Highest to lowest:

    • 1. Juniors

    • 2. Seniors

    • 3. Sophomores

    • 4. Freshman

  • BOYS use surpass GIRLS at Jefferson:

  • Alcohol by 1%

  • Marijuana by 12%


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    www.lakeconference.org

    • Schedules

    • Game times

    • Game changes

    • Directions

    • All lake conference schedules

    • Notify me


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    District Websites

    • www.bloomington.k12.mn.us

    • “programs” to “athletics”

    • Parent survey


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    District Websites

    www.bloomington.k12.mn.us/indschool/TJ/index.htm

    • Click “Athletics”

      Many teams have

      individual websites

      listed…

      check them out!


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    Communication process

    • 3 step process:

    • 1st-communicate with HEAD COACH

    • 2nd- A) request to meet/talk with athletic coordinator + head coach *Forms available online

      B) appeal to the District AD

    • 3rd-request to meet/talk with the Principal


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    Academic Eligibility

    • Read the academic eligibility in the mustard information bulletin~must be “making progress towards graduation”


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    Middle School Participation

    • If no program exists in the middle school, 7-8th graders can compete on the high school teams.

    • If a program does exist, 7-8th graders can compete on the varsity(if they make the varsity team)


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    Transfer rule**New from the MSHSL

    • Students in 9-12 grade, who disenrolls from one high school and enrolls in another high school shall be ineligible to compete in any varsity sport for 1 calendar year


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    Physical forms

    • Doctor must use the High School League Form

    • Physical must be updated every 3 years

    • Must be on file at Jefferson…athletic secretary.


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    Summer Waiver

    • Coaches may coach the high school players from the 4th Friday in May through July 31st.


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    NCAA ELIGIBILITY

    • 16 core class requirement for NCAA eligibility class of 2008

    • Please see your counselor for more information AND the back page of the athlete information packet.


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    Chemical + Harassment + Hazing

    • Committing an act, or coercing a student into committing an act, that creates a risk of harm to a person (physical, mental, intimidating) Intended or unintended.

    • Harassment, hazing, chemical, drug abuse all carry the same violation penalties.

    • “Possession” interpretation…ex. Same room with alcohol-in possession of it


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    When a violation occurs:

    • 1st offense: 2 weeks, 2 contest (longest)

    • 2nd offense: 3 weeks, 6 games

    • 3rd offense: 4 weeks, 12 games

    • Student Code of Responsibilities bylaw206.2

      (penalty determined by High School Principal)

    • Loss of Captainship for 1 calendar year

    • Loss of leadership roles in school

    • Contact AC’s as soon as the violation occurs

    • You must practice and finish the season for the violation to be considered “served”.


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    MY SPACE/FACEBOOK

    • Parent monitoring

    • Student responsibility of appropriateness

    • Ex. Northwestern University- Spring 2006


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    BUDGET INFORMATION

    • TICKET PRICES:

      $5 student $7 adult

    • Max $ per school year:

      $325-student

      $605-family


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    Liability Insurance

    • Family’s must assume responsibility for potential expenses of under $50,000.


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    Transportation

    • Varsity and JV: no busing to Bloomington contests

      (Except football team)

    • 10-9 teams will bus TO contests in Bloomington, but NO RETURNING bus…parents must pick up athletes.

    • Off site practice is the responsibility of the athlete only


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    Booster Club Roles

    • Invitation to join

    • Description of activities (fundraisers, banquet set up, pasta dinners etc.)

    • Positive support to the team, coaches, school

    • $15 registration fee per school year…building reservations.

    • Bulletin for booster club roles/each booster club should have one.



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    Institute For Athletic Medicine

    • On-Site certified athletic trainer

    • Professional coverage at all home athletic events and daily athletic training room hours

    • Phone Numbers:

    • JHS training room:(952) 806-7772

    • [email protected]


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    Institute's 24 hour hotline pager #

    • 24 hour Professional and Free advice on athletic injuries

    • (952) 920-8850


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    MSHSL

    • Requires an MD note for returning to participation


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    Girls Basketball: North Lunchroom

    Boys Hockey: Back pod Aud.

    Boys Basketball: Front pod Aud.

    Boys Swimming:Media center

    Gymnastics: Back Pod Aud

    Room Assignments:


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