Scarborough Athletics Program Information Night
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Program Information Night
Sports provide educational experiences which cannot be duplicated in the classroom. In any athletic activity we are thrown upon our resources to succeed in the face of a strong and immediate challenge. Sports resemble life in capsule form. Participants quickly learn that their performance depends on the development of strength, stamina, self-discipline, and a sure and steady judgment.” -Byron White United States Supreme Court Justice
Offers championship tournaments/meets in all interscholastic sports.
Is the governing body of high school sports in Maine.
Determines classification in the spring of each two year cycle : SHS is an “A” school in all sports.The Maine Principals’ Association
A student who transfers from one school to another Maine.without a change of address will be ineligible to participate until both principals sign a waiver.
Schools and their representatives are banned from enticing student-athletes to transfer from one school to another for the purpose of participating in interscholastic athletics.The Maine Principals’ Association Transfer and Recruitment
Physical Exam administered by a licensed physician within the past two calendar years.
Signed Emergency Card with Insurance Information and Parental Permission.
ONTO THE PLAYING SURFACE.The Athletic ContractGeneral Requirements
$25.00 Activity Fee per activity ($75.00 Individual maximum, $125. 00 family maximum.)
Signed Athletic Contract
Completed Physical Form
PRIOR TO PARTICIPATION IN THE FIRST REGULARLY SCHEDULED COMPETITION.The Athletic ContractGeneral Requirements
Students must be passing five classes at the end of the most recent quarterly grading period.
It is a privilege to play $125. 00 family maximum.)
Athletes represent their school, community, and family
Proper attire sets the tone.
Emotions must be controlled
Respect for all participants is an expectation
Playing to win within the rules is demanded
Be motivated to win, be willing to learn from losing.Sportsmanship
Athletes who receive technical fouls, yellow cards, misconduct penalties, or demonstrate other unsportsmanlike behaviors will meet with the Athletic Administrator to determine an appropriate course of corrective action.
730-5011 $125. 00 family maximum.)