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WELCOME TO PARMA SENIOR HIGH What Happens if the Levy fails in November? Spring Sports will be self-funded programs The total cost of each sport will be determined and each sport will have a pay-to-participate fee based on the total number of participants

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what happens if the levy fails in november
What Happens if the Levy fails in November?
  • Spring Sports will be self-funded programs
  • The total cost of each sport will be determined and each sport will have a pay-to-participate fee based on the total number of participants
  • Until a new money levy passes, each subsequent sport season will continue to be self-funded.
determining self funding cost
Determining Self-Funding Cost
  • Cost factors represent 90-95% of the actual board costs per sport.
  • Coaches Supplemental Contracts
  • Administrative costs
  • Benefits
  • Transportation
  • Athletic Trainer Services
  • Custodial Overtime
  • Operational costs (middle school)
self funded programs
Self-Funded Programs
  • Formula: Cost of self-funding divided by number of athletes on team=cost per athlete
  • Figures presented tonight are estimated/ must be board approved after Nov. 4th
  • There will be several checkpoint dates for booster club donations (1/9 and 2/6)
  • The final due date will be announced at a later date.
example of self funding high school
Example of Self-Funding: High School
  • Varsity Softball/Baseball=$8,000 (min. 12)
  • 12=$666 per athlete
  • 20=$400 per athlete
  • JV Softball/Baseball=$7,300 (min. 12)
  • 12=$608 per athlete
  • 20=$365 per athlete
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Example of Self-Funding: High School
  • Varsity/JV/9 Football=$64,000 (min. 65)
  • If only minimum #’s are met=$985 each
  • If same #’s as this year(100)= $640 each
  • If booster club donates $10,000
  • $64,000-$10,000=$54,000 owed to PCSD
  • $54,000 divided by 100 players=$540 each
high school self funded costs spring
High School Self-Funded Costs: Spring
  • B/G Track=$12,000 each (min. 12 each)
  • Var. Baseball=$8,000 (min.12 athletes)
  • JV Baseball=$7,300 (min. 12 athletes)
  • Var. Softball=$8,000 (min. 12 athletes)
  • JV Softball=$7,300 (min 12 athletes)
  • Boys Tennis=$7,300 (min 7 athletes)
high school self funded costs fall
High School Self-Funded Costs: Fall
  • Var. Football= $32,000 (min. 25 athletes)
  • JV Football= $16,000 (min.20 athletes)
  • 9 Football= $16,000 (min. 20 athletes)
  • Var. Volleyball= $8,000 (min. 9 athletes)
  • JV Volleyball= $7,300 (min. 9 athletes)
  • 9 Volleyball= $7,300 (min. 9 athletes)
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High School Self-Funded Costs: Fall
  • B/G Var. Soccer= $8,000 each (min.12 each)
  • B/G JV Soccer= $7,000 each (min. 12 each)
  • Var. Girls Tennis= $7,300 (min. 7 athletes)
  • Var. Golf= $7,000 (min. 6 athletes)
  • B/G Cross-Country= $7,000 each (min. 7 each)
  • Var. Fall Cheerleading= $6,500 (min. 7 athletes)
  • JV Fall Cheerleading= $6,000 (min. 7 athletes)
high school self funded costs winter
High School Self-Funded Costs:Winter
  • B/G Var. Basketball= $12,000 each (min. 10)
  • B/G JV Basketball= $10,500 each (min. 10)
  • B/G 9 Basketball= $10,000 each (min. 10)
  • B/G Swimming= $7,500 each (min. 10)
  • Hockey= $7,300 (min. 10)
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High School Self-Funded Costs:Winter
  • Var.Wrestling= $11,000 (min 14)
  • JV Wrestling= $9,500 (min 10)
  • 9 Wrestling= $9,500 (min 10)
  • Var. Winter Cheerleading= $6,500 (min. 7)
  • JV Winter Cheerleading= $6,000 (min. 7)
example of self funding middle school
Example of Self-Funding:Middle School
  • 8th Grade Boys Track
  • $5,500 divided by the number of participants
  • minimum 12= $458 per athlete
  • 15=$366 per athlete
  • 20=$275 per athlete
  • 25=$220 per athlete
  • 30=$183 per athlete
  • last year (22) = $250 per athlete
middle school self funded costs spring
Middle School Self-Funded costs: Spring
  • 7th B/G Track=$5,500 each (min. 12 each)
  • 8th B/G Track= $5,500 each (min. 12 each)
middle school self funded costs fall winter
Middle School Self-Funded costs:Fall/Winter
  • 7th Football = $9,500 (min 22 athletes)
  • 8th Football = $9,500 (min 22 athletes)
  • 7th Volleyball = $5,000 (min. 12 athletes)
  • 8th Volleyball = $5,000 (min. 12 athletes)
  • 7th/8th Drill team= $2,500 combined (min. 7)
  • 7th B/G Basketball= $5,500 each(min 12 each)
  • 8th B/G Basketball= $5,500 each (min 12 each)
  • 7th Wrestling = $5,000 (min. 12 athletes)
  • 8th Wrestling = $5,000 (min 12 athletes)
fund raising
Fund Raising
  • The parents of the athletes are responsible to pay fee. They can fund raise if they choose.
  • Booster Clubs may donate money to help offset the fees for the sport.
  • Money donated by booster clubs to PCSD is non-refundable.
  • All fundraisers for athletics must be approved by Athletic Director
  • Participating in fund raising efforts does not guarantee that a student will make the team.
title ix issues
Title IX Issues
  • Schools cannot discriminate based on gender and need to assure equal opportunity for fund raising for both boys/girls teams
  • Donations towards self-funding fee by P.S.H. All-Sports Booster club must be distributed equitably to all sports
  • Individual team booster clubs are OK to donate funds only to their team
what if my sport is cancelled
What if my sport is cancelled?
  • Incoming 9th graders can apply for open enrollment into any of the 3 PCSD high schools or attend a private school. (Must be submitted between November 15-January 15)
  • Once a student establishes attendance at a high school, he/she cannot transfer to another school without losing one year of athletic eligibility exceptions: a bona-fide change of residency or legal change of guardianship into a new district
  • Check www.OHSAA.org for all transfer bylaw exceptions
individual meetings
Individual Meetings
  • We will post the information presented tonight on our school’s web site ASAP
  • All Shiloh Middle School athletes and parents will stay in the Auditorium
individual sport team meetings psh sports
Individual Sport Team Meetings PSH Sports
  • PSH Football-Little Theatre
  • PSH Boys Soccer- Cafeteria (entry right)
  • PSH Girls Soccer- Cafeteria (entry left)
  • PSH Volleyball-Renaissance Lounge
  • PSH Golf- Room 100 (across fromAthletic Dept. )
  • PSH Boys/Girls Tennis- Room 102 (across from Athletic Dept.)
  • PSH Fall/Winter Cheerleading-B245
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Individual Sport Team Meetings PSH Sports
  • PSH Boys/Girls Swimming-Band Room
  • PSH Girls Basketball-will meet on 10/13 6:30 P.M. in room 102
  • PSH Boys Basketball-Cafeteria (Clock side left)
  • PSH Wrestling-Cafeteria (Clock side right)
  • PSH Ice Hockey-Cafeteria (middle left)
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Individual Sport Team Meetings PSH Sports
  • PSH Baseball- Choir Room
  • PSH Softball-Cafeteria (middle right)
  • PSH Boys/Girls Track/Cross-Country- Room 207
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