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2014-2015 Parent and athlete mandatory Meeting. Athletic Director: Courtney Martin Coyote Crew Coordinator: Justin Yoder Finance Advisor: Michelle Robles Athletic Recruiter: Percy Kincaid. Athletic Procedure Coordinator: Krissi Elliott Athletics Activities Advisor: Amanda Brownlow

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Athletic Director: Courtney Martin

Coyote Crew Coordinator: Justin Yoder

Finance Advisor: Michelle Robles

Athletic Recruiter: Percy Kincaid

Athletic Procedure Coordinator: Krissi Elliott

Athletics Activities Advisor: Amanda Brownlow

Apparel Inventory Advisor: Ashley Munson

Sponsorship Coordinator: Brenda Mendoza

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AGENDA ITEMS

HANDBOOK REVIEW

Athletic department values

Levels of Play

TRYOUT PROCESS

Participation fees

Tax credit & sponsorship opportunities

Fundraisers

academic eligibility

Game attire

Concussion video

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AGENDA ITEMS

Handbook Review (Cont’d)

Transportation

Practice and game pick up

Early release policy AND Heat advisory

Admissions

Parent/spectator policy and Grievance form

End of season survey

DHPA Athletic & Recruitment websites

Athletic budget

Q&A

Team session breakout

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Consistent with the vision of Desert Heights Preparatory Academy, the athletic department facilitates a wide range of athletic opportunities with the following core values:

  • We promote the highest standard of excellence in academics, athletics, and personal/social/emotional growth and development.
  • We promote sportsmanship by displaying the Six Pillars of Character in all activities.
  • We are committed to creating and sustaining an environment that promotes enthusiasm and positive experiences.
  • We will emphasize the team concept while fostering the development of individuals.
  • We support maximum participation.
  • We require all stakeholders to respect participants as competitors while honoring the traditions of sport.
  • We promote the development of healthy lifestyle choices.
  • Note: Six Pillars of Character: Trustworthiness, Respect, Responsibility, Fairness, Caring, Citizenship

Athletic Department Values

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Clinics (5th-8th Grade)

  • Scheduled based off participation and facility availability (No Fall Clinics)
  • At the entry level for athletics
  • Junior High (5th-8th Grade)
  • JH is a transitional level for clinics and Junior Varsity athletics
  • High competitive program
  • 5 day/week practices
  • Varsity
  • DHPA’s highest level of athletic competition.
  • High competitive program
  • 5 day/week practices
  • Junior Varsity
  • JV is a transitional level for junior high and high school athletics.
  • High competitive program
  • 5 day/week practices

ALL LEVELS ARE CLOSED PRACTICES

PLEASE TRUST YOUR COACHES

Levels of Play

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The student athlete and parent must attend the pre-season meeting in order to be eligible for tryouts.

  • Tryout dates will be provided by the coaches.
  • Athletes must turn in all enrollment paperwork prior to or on first day of tryouts. (Physical, insurance, enrollment paperwork, inherent risk and release form per sport)
  • Athletes will need to participate in an eligibility process each day until a green card has been issued.
  • Athletic participation fees are due according to the following schedule
    • Football & Volleyball (All Levels) – Payments are due Monday, August 4th
    • Cheer (All Levels) – Payments are due Monday, August 11th
    • Pom (All Levels) – Payments are due Monday, August 18th
  • A student athlete actively participating in a season will not be permitted to engage in another sport tryout until the current season’s schedule is complete.
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FEES

Note: Again this year, we will be using 50% of the participation fees to cover the athlete\'s SPIRIT PACK so teams can continue to build their unity. We are really excited about this year\'s designs and spirit pack details will be reviewed by the coaches at the meeting.  

PLEASE PICK UP THE APPROPRIATE TEAM FORM BEFORE YOU LEAVE AND FILL IN THE APPROPRIATE SIZES (TURN IN TODAY WITH ALL OTHER PAPERWORK)

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Tax credit can be used towards the payment of athletic participation fees. Tax Credit is a calendar year tax benefit so it applies January-December. Tax Credit Law allows taxpayers a tax credit of up to $400 for those filing personal taxes as "married filing jointly", or $200 for those filing "head of household" or "single".

  • Parents are responsible for tracking money paid towards tax credit.
  • Athletes who secure a silver or gold sponsorship will receive 20% of the sponsorship amount towards their individual fees.
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To participate in school athletic practices and games, the student must;

  • be in good standing regarding grades and not on suspension,
  • be present 4 out of 6 classes on the day of the activity,and if the activity is on a Saturday, be present in school on the preceding Friday 4 out of 6 classes.
  • Ineligible students are expected to attend all athletic activities in the non-uniform attire approved by the coach, but may NOT wear the team’s uniform or participate in the activity. Additionally, students ineligible will not be allowed to wear their team jersey on school spirit days.
  • The following eligibility protocol will be used throughout the season:
  • 1st Week (Yellow Card) = Athlete will be placed on “Academic Probation” and will need to complete the following:
    • Attend lunch study hall until the following week’s grade check on Tuesday. Teachers may provide email communication once the student is passing and the athlete will be removed from probation.
  • 2nd Week (Red Card) = Athlete will be “Ineligible” if after the first week the athlete has not raised the failing grade a minimum of one letter grade. Ineligible athletes will need to complete the following:
    • Attend lunch study hall until the following week’s grade check
    • Attend practices (don’t dress out) and games (coach approved dress attire), but not participate
    • Attend the weekly afterschool study hall on Wednesdays
  • 3rdWeek (Dismissal) = Athletes still ineligible on the 3rd consecutive week of grades checks will be removed from the team.
  • Note: Athletes that do not adhere to the required eligibility items (study hall, etc.) will be immediately removed from the team.
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Game/Practice Uniforms

  • DHPA Athletes must wear appropriate clothes and shoes for games and practices as specified by each team’s Coach.
  • Home Game
  • School Day Attire
  • Home dress attire will be determined by the coach, but will either be team spirit pack items or dress-up attire.
GAME ATTIRE
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**Away teams can optionally charge admission fees. Please be prepared to pay any necessary fees.

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Q & A

BREAKOUT SESSIONS

TACKLE FOOTBALL: ROOM 301

FLAG FOOTBALL: ROOM 304

VOLLEYBALL: ROOM 506

CHEER & POM: ROOM 503

Make sure to check in and out in the rooms you attend

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