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Stone Bank Athletic Department . Athletic Director: Dan Green 262-966-2900 d.green@stonebank.k12.wi.us For information on all programs listed in this pamphlet, please go to the athletic department web site for Stone Bank School http://www.stonebank.k12.wi.us/activities/ad/

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Stone bank athletic department

Stone Bank Athletic Department

Athletic Director: Dan Green

262-966-2900

d.green@stonebank.k12.wi.us

For information on all programs listed in this pamphlet, please go to the athletic department web site for Stone Bank School

http://www.stonebank.k12.wi.us/activities/ad/

The Stone Bank Athletic Department is dedicated to the establishment of a well rounded athletic program that supports the basic principles that are developed throughout the school day. Athletics are seen as a privilege. All programs are number dependent.

GO CHIEFS!


Amsac arrowhead middle school athletic conference
AMSAC(Arrowhead Middle School Athletic Conference)

  • All Stone Bank teams participate in the AMSAC conference which features the following schools: Erin (E), Friess Lake (FL), Lake Country (LC), Merton (M), North Lake (NL), North Shore (NS), Richmond (R), Stone Bank (SB), and Swallow (SW). Stone Bank will also participate in tournaments with teams from around the area. On your schedules, teams will be listed by their initials instead of names. If a team has multiple names, it will be listed with the school’s initials and its’ color (example SBR,Stone Bank Red).


Cooperative programs offered
Cooperative Programs Offered

AMSAC Cooperative Programs

The AMSAC conference provide cooperative programs in the following sports: cross country, golf, gymnastics, track, and wrestling. Cross country operates during the fall. Gymnastics and wrestling operate in the winter. Track and golf are offered in the spring. These programs are typically run through the high school and guided by the knowledge of the high school coaches. Information on these programs can be found at: http://www.stonebank.k12.wi.us/activities/ad/ or http://arrowhead schools.org

YMCA Connection

The Oconomowoc YMCA is a great place for students below the fifth grade to get involved in various athletic programs. For more information, please consult www.ymcaatpabstfarms.org


General athletic expectations
General Athletic Expectations

School Expectations

a) Grades

b) behavior

c) Athletic Code

d) School Comes first

Communication

a) Athlete / Coach

b) Coach / Parent / Athlete

c) Coach / parent / Athletic Director

d) Coach / parent / Athletic Director / Administrator

Sportsmanship

Please remember, you represent Stone Bank School. Please leave the playing to the kids, the coaching to the coaches, and the officiating to the referees. If you experience any incidents, please resolve them through the proper lines of communication.


Stone bank sports
Stone Bank Sports

Girls’ Basketball

Girls’ basketball is open to any Stone Bank students in Grades 5-8. Athletes participate against other AMSAC member schools. The season usually starts the first week of October and ends in the middle of December. There is a fee of $50 to play.

Boys’ Basketball

Boys’ basketball is open to any Stone Bank students in Grades 5-8. Athletes participate against other AMSAC member schools. The season usually starts the first day back from Christmas vacation and ends in early March. There is a fee of $50 to play.

Cheerleading

Cheerleading and dance will run at the same time as boys’ basketball. TBD is the coach and can advise you of any information that is related to cheerleading. General Information can be found on the school’s web site. There is a fee of $30 to play.

Spirit Squad / Middle School Cheerleading

Spirit Squad is an opportunity to engage Stone bank students in school activities. Students get to make locker signs for each sport throughout the year. Students also get to make banners that will be hung in the middle school hallway. This organization using runs in tandem with the cheerleading squad.

Girls’ Volleyball

Girls’ volleyball is open to any Stone Bank students in Grades 6-8. Athletes participate against other AMSAC member schools. The season usually starts the second week of March and ends in the middle of the month of May. There is a fee of $50 to play.


More stone bank sports
More Stone Bank Sports

Boys’ Volleyball

Boys’ volleyball is open to any Stone Bank students in Grades 6-8. Athletes participate against other AMSAC member schools. The season usually starts the second week of March and ends in the middle of the month of May. There is a fee of $50 to play.

Kickball

Kickball is open to any Stone Bank students in Grades 1-3. Athletes participate against other Stone Bank students in an intramural program that encourages fair play, sportsmanship, and a general understanding of the rules of kickball. The programs runs on Tuesdays and Thursdays after school until 3:30 during the month of May. There is no fee for this program.

Summer Open Gyms Basketball

Open gyms are offered in the sport of basketball on Monday and Wednesdays during the months of July and August. Participant Numbers determine whether or not this program is offered on a yearly basis. Coaches schedules also affect when and where these programs will be offered or if they will be offered at all.

Summer Open Gyms Volleyball

Open gyms are offered in the sport of volleyball on Tuesday and Thursdays during the months of July and August. Participant Numbers determine whether or not this program is offered on a yearly basis. Coaches schedules also affect when and where these programs will be offered or if they will be offered at all.


Programs offered at stone bank back middle
Programs Offered at Stone Bank(back middle)

• 5th Grade Boys’ Basketball

• 5th Grade Girls’ Basketball

• 6th Grade Boys’ Basketball

• 6th Grade Girls’ Basketball

• 7th Grade Boys’ Basketball

• 7th Grade Girls’ Basketball

• 8th Grade Boys’ Basketball

• 8th Grade Girls’ Basketball

• Cheerleading Grades 5-8

• Spirit Squad / Cheerleading Grades 5-8

• 2-3-4 Basketball Program (Numbers dependent; if short on #’s or coaches, use the YMCA)

• Kickball Program Grades 1-3

• 6th Grade Girls’ Volleyball

• 7th Grade Girls’ Volleyball

• 8th Grade Girls’ Volleyball

• 6th Grade Boys’ Volleyball

• 7th Grade Boys’ Volleyball

• 8th Grade Boys’ Volleyball

• Summer Open Gyms (Volleyball and Basketball)

(numbers dependent)

• Banquets for all teams and grade levels 5th Grade or

higher

For information on these programs, please go to the athletic

department web site for Stone Bank School

http://www.stonebank.k12.wi.us/activities/ad/


Stone bank booster club
Stone Bank Booster Club

Members:

Dan Green, (Athletic Director,/President), Robin Kennedy (Secretary), Sandy Dupies, (Volunteers) ,Denise Dechristopher, Mary Jo Dambeck, (Advertisment , Products/Supplies)

Spirit Sales:

Michelle Libesch/ Pete Salamone

Other Members:

  • •Stone Bank Booster Club

  • Members:

  • Dave Dean Dandy Weber

  • Melinda Gintert Kim Peterson

  • Brian Hospel Sandy Dupies

  • Mary Hospel Lynn Korom

  • Tom Korom Renee Toussaint

  • Phil Meissen Claudia Moen

  • Candice Miller Stephanie Race

  • Kari Sagal Pete Salamone

  • Lisa Ingwell Jenny Seonbuchner

  • Perry Seonbuchner Dave Smith

  • Maria Sowinski Ron Sowinski

  • Barb McShane Rochelle Witter

  • Jenny Holton Jacki Leyden

  • Adam Holton John Beth

  • Karrie Beth Mary Jo Dambeck

  • Beth Schaul Terry Schaul

  • Jessica McLimans Michael Mann


Booster club meeting dates
Booster Club Meeting Dates

  • 2013-2014 Booster Club Meeting Dates (All meetings start at 7:00)

  • 9-12 School Library Opening meeting

    2013-2014 Planning (Thursday

  • 9-26 School Commons Girls BB Registration Evening (Thursday)

  • 10-17 School Library General Girls BB update /(Thursday)

  • 11- 21 School Library Girls Tournament Update/ Boys BB

  • 12-19 Commons Girls BB Banquet (Thursday)

  • 1-9 Commons Boys BB Registration Evening(Thursday)

  • 1-16 School Library 7th Grade Boys Tourney Planning (Thursday)

  • 2-6 School Library 7th Grade tourney Planning/Updates(Thursday)

  • 2-27 School Library BB Update and VB registration

  • 3-3-3-8 Gymnasium 7th Grade Boys BB Tourney@Stone Bank

  • 3-11 Commons VB Registration Evening (Tuesday)

  • 3-13 Commons Boys BB Banquet

  • 4-10 School Library VB Banquet Prep (Thursday)

  • 5/15 Commons Volleyball Banquet (Thursday)

  • 6/23 Golf Outing Pagnica Golf Cousre (Friday)

  • All meetings are scheduled for 6:00 p.m. in the library.

    Faculty Advisor: Mr. Green

    Mission Statement

    Stone Bank Booster Club exists to enhance the current athletic and extra-curricular program funded by the school district for the activities including, but not limited to basketball, volleyball, cheerleading, and other sponsored activities providing additional funding for uniforms and equipment, tournaments, sports clinics, and other needs. SBBC also exists to increase and add to school spirit.


Banquets volunteer info and new member info
Banquets / Volunteer Info / And New Member Info

Banquet and Tournament Help

It is the expectation that every parent that has a child in athletics, no matter the sport, volunteers two hours of their time to help at tournaments and banquets so that the athletic department can continue to run successful events.

New members

The Stone Bank Booster Club is always looking for new members. If you are someone who wants to get involved, please contact the Booster Club President: Julie Kuhtz or the Athletic Director: Gavin Zastrow.