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  1. Granville Exempted VillageSchoolsFall2013-2014 AthleticAll-Sports Meeting Kevin Jarrett Athletic Director Laura Whittington Secretary

  2. Granville Exempted Village SchoolsAdministration Jeff Brown – Superintendent Ryan Bernath – Principal GHS MatT Durst – Asst Principal GHS Lisa Ormond – Principal GMS Dustin Grime – Middle School AD/Dean of Students

  3. 2013-2014 Fall High School Head Coaches Cheerleading – NICOLE LAUCK Cross country– Dave Agosta Football – J R Wait Field Hockey – Jerry Aleshire Strength/Con–Clint Cox Girls’ Tennis– Keith Mullins Boys’ Soccer – Shawn King Girls’ Soccer – Scott forster Boys’ Golf– MARVIN bRIGHT Girls’ Golf – Jim Greenwood Volleyball – Todd Parkison

  4. Granville Athletic TrainingBrei Miller–The Ohio State UniversityTeam Physician: Dr. Tim millerOsu sports medicine • Phone: Athletic Training • Office – 740-587-8105 xt:5066 • Trainer’s Cell – 330-507-7513

  5. MRSA • PREVENTION!!! • Wash hands • Shower regularly • Wash practice/game clothing when dirty • Follow good hygiene practices • If suspected, find ATC or make appointment with physician • Beginning stages look like acne (swollen, red, painful, pus filled)

  6. ImPACT Concussion management software A tool to aid in RTP decisions All athletes in contact/collision sports will take a baseline test If concussion sustained, a follow up test is taken for comparison Test consists of small units designed to test reaction speed, memory, attention span and non-verbal problem solving among others

  7. OHSAA / NFHSConcussion Information Website: www.ohsaa.org Click here to wath the OHSAA Video

  8. Athletic Department Philosophy • Athletes are at a prime age to learn: • Good sportsmanship • True meaning of competition • Develop personal qualities to become successful citizens • Athletic Program Goal: Develop Total Individual • Emotional • Social • Intellectual • Physical

  9. Paperwork • Physical exams and Emergency Medical forms: • Must be completedprior to any participation • Expire at end of current school year

  10. State and School Eligibility Standards • OHSAA 2013-2014 Athletic Eligibility Bulletin • Available on-line at ohsaa.org *Drop down under eligibility *Click on eligibility guide • Read and become familiar with it • School eligibility outlined in Student Athletic Handbook

  11. Tobacco, Alcohol and Other Drug Prevention We all must work together Parents must be partners to prevent use Show by parent networks and promoting alcohol free and other drug free events State your position openly and clearly and enforce rules Verify child's whereabouts Set appropriate examples

  12. Tobacco, Alcohol and Other Drug Prevention Over the years there have been rumors and instances of parents providing alcohol at parties in their homes. This is ILLEGALand a violation of the Athletic Policy and will be dealt with accordingly.

  13. Playing College Athletics • Many have questions about what to do to be able t to participate in college athletics • This can be confusing and hard to understand • The next slides give you a basic idea of what to look for if you are interested in possibly playing at the next level.

  14. The next steps for a Student-Athlete • If you are considering playing sports beyond high school, it will be critical that you do focus on being a student first and then an athlete. • Here’s some basic information about what to expect for college athletics…

  15. Registration with NCAA or NAIA • To participate in NCAA DI or DII or NAIA, you must register with that organization ideally starting in the junior year. • If you are considering this level of competition, please notify your high school counselor. • More information on this and links to these organizations’ websites at http://www.granvilleschools.org/PlayingaSportinCollege.aspx

  16. For NCAA DI (DII is very similar) • 16 core course GPA (Math, English, Science, Social Studies & Foreign Language) • On a sliding scale with ACT/SAT score • The higher your GPA, the lower your test score needs to be • NEW! For class of 2016, core-course progression: • Must complete 10 core courses before seventh semester of high school (e.g., senior year). • Of the 10 core courses completed, seven must be in the area of English, math, or science. • These 10 core courses become “locked in” for the purpose of GPA calculation. • A repeat of one of the “locked in” courses will not be used if taken after the seventh semester (senior year) begins. • Minimum core course GPA of 2.00 for scholarship and 2.30 for participation in first year of college

  17. Opportunities for Playing Sports in College • NCAA Division I & II—Scholarships available • NCAA Division III—No scholarships available specific to athletics • NAIA—Different association, scholarships available • NJCAA—Junior college association, scholarships available • Club sports—Competitive with travel, no scholarships • Intramural sports—Some sports more competitive than others, compete against other students on your campus only, no scholarships

  18. Insurance You must have insurance to participate in athletics. If you need insurance see me or your coach for forms to purchase insurance. It can purchased for the season or for the full school year.

  19. Booster Club • Fred Wolf – President • Invitation to join - Family Membership $25 *Business Membership $50 • We need your involvement and help!!!! • We are asking everyone to sign up to work at least one event. You don’t have to work the event your son/daughter is playing. • Meetings held in IT Room on the Second Wednesday of the month at 7:00pm

  20. Granville Athletic Booster ClubFundraiser Contact Booster President Fred Wolf 740-403-3442

  21. Coupon Book Information Each Athlete will receive 2 books to sell at $30.00 each. If you would rather make a $60.00 donation stead of selling the books, the Booster’s will accept that also. Books will be handed out at pictures tomorrow and money needs to be turned in no later than September 3rd to the Athletic Office.

  22. QUESTIONS? Thank you for your attendance and attention. Please call the High School Athletic Office at 587-8157 with questions.

  23. Click Here to access a copy of the Acknowledgement form. Parents must sign this and turn it in to athletics BEFOREyou child is eligible to play. Regulations require that parents sign and return this form each year for each sport your child participates in. We must have this on file our your child will be ineligible to play.