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Fall 2014 Belgrade Parent / Participant Information Meeting. Welcome. Rick Phillips Director of Student Activities firstname.lastname@example.org 924-2551 Stacy Konkol Activities Secretary email@example.com 924-2551. Presentation Agenda. NCAA/SAT/ACT Booster Club Trainers
Welcome • Rick Phillips • Director of Student Activities • firstname.lastname@example.org • 924-2551 • Stacy Konkol • Activities Secretary • email@example.com • 924-2551
Presentation Agenda • NCAA/SAT/ACT • Booster Club • Trainers • Coaches Introductions • Role of Parents • Presentation • Prizes • Team Meetings
College Bound Athlete Information • This information is provided by: • Camie Bechtold • Sr. Associate Athletic Director • Student and Compliance Services • Phone: 406-994-3947 • Fax: 406-994-7280 • www.msubobcats.com • Copy this link onto your search bar : • https://camtasia.msu.montana.edu/Relay/Files/v34g127/ATH%20HS%20EC%20Presentation%204%208-8-2013/ATH_HS_EC_Presentation_4_8-8-2013_-_MP4_with_Smart_Player_(Small)_-_20130808_10.13.41AM.html
2014-2015 SAT TEST DATES • SAT Test DateRegistrationDeadline • SAT & Subject Tests October 11, 2014 September12, 2014 • SAT & Subject Tests November 8, 2014 October 9, 2014 • SAT & Subject Tests December 6, 2014 November 6, 2014 • SAT & Subject Tests January 24, 2015 December 29, 2014 • SAT Only March 4, 2015 February 13, 2015 • SAT & Subject Tests May 2, 2015 April 6, 2015 • SAT & Subject Tests June 6, 2015 May 8, 2015 • Website: www.collegeboard.org
2014-2015 ACT TEST DATES • ACT Test DateRegistration Deadline(Late Fee Required) • September 14, 2013 August 8, 2014 August 9- 22, 2014 • October 25, 2014 September 19, 2014 September 20-October 3, 2014 • December 13, 2014 November 7, 2013 November 8-21, 2014 • February 7, 2015 January 9, 2015 January 10-16, 2015 • April 18, 2015 March 13, 2015 March 14-27, 2015 • June 13, 2015 May 8, 2015 May 9-22, 2015 • Website: www.actstudent.org
Belgrade Booster Club President – Don Marks Vice-president – Kevin Bethke Treasurer – Chanelle Sanders Secretary – Denise Linton Membership - Lisa Carter Meetings – 1st Monday each month Location to be announced Next meeting Monday, September 8, 2014
Belgrade Booster Club Members wanted! Private Membership - $35 Green Membership – $100 plaque/year tag/ booster sticker Gold Membership - $200 green membership items + 2 T-shirts Platinum Membership - $500 all above membership items + 2 adult passes or 1 family pass
Spirit Night WHEN: AUGUST 22th FROM 5:00-9:00PM WHERE: BELGRADE HIGH SCHOOL-SPECIAL EVENT CENTER 5:00-6:00 VOLLEYBALL Intro & Scrimmage (Special Events Center) 5:45 DINNER (Special Events Center Lobby) • MEAT, DRINKS, PLATES, UTENSILS WILL BE PROVIDED • Please bring the following to share: Boys: Salads / Girls: Desserts • Sign up for Booster Club Memberships at Spirit Night. 6:00 FRESHMAN FOOTBALL Intro & Scrimmage (Football Field) 6:30-7:15 GOLF Intro & Chipping Contest (Football Field) CROSS COUNTRY Special Introduction (Football Field) GIRLS SOCCER Intro and Skills Demonstration (Football Field) BOYS SOCCER Intro and Skills Demonstration (Football Field) 7:15-7:20 CHEERLEADERS Dance performance 7:30 FOOTBALL SCRIMMAGE (Football Field) 9:00-11:30 DANCE - COURTYARD Come check out our new Panther clothing and accessories in the Special Events Center Lobby.
Booster Club / Volunteering • Belgrade has a reputation for hosting outstanding sporting events and programs. • This cannot be accomplished without the help of many volunteers. • If you desire to help in anyway, • complete the booster sign-up sheet or • contact the Activities office: • 924-2551 firstname.lastname@example.org • we are in need of help all the time, • especially in our PRO SHOP!… • please call to volunteer!
Belgrade Cross Country Invitational – Bohart Ranch • Help needed: • Parking -6 • Course -10 • Finish line – 6 • Scoring Tent – 4 • Please contact Rachel White or Stacy Konkol
Central A Divisional Golf • Volunteers needed • Group Markers - 10 • Scorers – 2 • Medals – 2 • Lunch - 5
Panther Blitz • ALL SPORTS PROGRAMS Panther Card “BLITZ” • Tuesday, August 19, 2014 • 5:00 – 8:00 PM • Meet in the auditorium @ 4:30 • Let’s pull this off! • One large fundraiser for all programs!
Belgrade High SchoolSports Medicine Team • Sarah Lang, ATC/L • Head Athletic Trainer • Team Physicians • Alex LeGrand, M.D. • Bridger Orthopedic and Sports Medicine • Josh Flohr, D.C. • Spine and Sports Chiropractic Clinic
321 West Main Street Belgrade, MT 59714 (406)388-1446 • Josh Flohr, D.C. • Chiropractic physician • Certified in whiplash injury • Therapeutic skills • Graston • Kinesiotaping 1450 Ellis Street, Suite 201 Bozeman, MT 59715 (406)587-0122 Alex LeGrand, M.D. Orthopedic Surgeon Fellowship Trained in Sports Medicine Knee and Shoulder Surgery MSU and US Ski Team Physician
Hydration • Water and electrolyte replacement • Half Gatorade/Half Water • Approx. 1 Gallon of water/night • Electrolytes • Calcium • Potassium • Sodium
Nutrition • Breakfast!!! • Milk • Well balanced dinner • Milk • Slightly higher in salt • Food with calcium • Snacks • Pretzels • Yogurt • Oranges • Bananas • Bagels • Peanut butter and jelly
Physician Release • Please remember that your child could suffer a serious injury at anytime. • If your child does become injured and I deem it necessary for him to see a physician or you take him to see a physician, I cannot legally, or ethically, allow him to return to play without a licensed medical provider. • Communication is very important in your child’s health • Unfortunately, I cannot accept a letter from mom or dad stating it is okay for your child to play, unless of course you are a physician.
Concussion Must be cleared by a licensed medical provider Education Law, Chapter 7, and Protection of Youth Athletes, Part 13, Montana Code Annotates (MCA 20-7-1301 through 20-7-1304).
Concussion • NO ATHLETE SUSPECTED OF HAVING A CONCUSSION IS PERMITTED TO RETURN TO PLAY THE SAME DAY AND NO ATHLETE IS PERMITTED TO RETURN TO PLAY WHILE SYMPTOMATIC FOLLOWING A CONCUSSION. • This protocol allows for a gradual increase in the amount and intensity of activity during the return to play process following a concussion or head injury. The athlete is monitored for any concussion-like signs and symptoms during and after each exertional activity. IF AT ANY POINT DURING THIS PROCESS THE ATHLETE BECOMES SYMPTOMATIC, THE ATHLETE SHOULD STOP THE EXERTION AND BE RE-ASSESSED DAILY UNTIL ASYMPTOMATIC. ONCE ASYMPTOMATIC, THE ATHLETE SHOULD BEGIN THE RTP PROTOCOL FROM STEP 1 AGAIN. • The athlete should be monitored daily by the athletic trainer until asymptomatic and throughout the return to play process. There should be approximately 24 hours (or longer) allowed for each stage without return of any signs or symptoms prior to moving forward to the next stage.
Concussion RETURN TO PLAY STAGES: • Rest until asymptomatic (physical & mental rest) • Light aerobic exercise (e.g. stationary cycle, weight training without Olympic lifts) • Moderate aerobic exercise (i.e. jogging, weight training with Olympic lifts, etc.) • Sport-specific exercise • Non-contact training drills • Full contact training • Return to competition
Traumatic Brain Injury - Concussions • State Law :The Dylan Steigers Protection of Youth Athletes Act. • All supervisors working with K-12 students must complete NFHS Concussion course. • ImPACT test all HS athletes – • “When in doubt –sit them out!” • Must be symptom free and cleared by medical personnel. • Pass ImPACT post concussion test. • Ease back into participation.
Fall Coaches Cheer and Cross Country Coaches • Cheerleading • Brittany Martello • Ashlie Portnell • Cross Country • Rachel White • email@example.com • Frank Jacques • firstname.lastname@example.org
Football Coaches • Eric Kinnaman • email@example.com • Andy Damjanovich • firstname.lastname@example.org • Steven Hunter • Scott Palmer • email@example.com • Josh Lewis • Toby Robinson • Tucker Vezina
Golf Coaches • Golf • Joe Rossman • firstname.lastname@example.org • Mike Deming • email@example.com • (Volunteer)
Soccer Coaches • Soccer • Ric Plante Boys Coach • Ben Klein Asst. Boys Coach • Ashley Plummer Girls Coach • firstname.lastname@example.org • Daniel McDonald Asst. Girls Coach
Volleyball Coaches • Jade Schmidt • Jessica Peaslee • email@example.com • Sarah Fowler • firstname.lastname@example.org
Role of Parents -“Release Child to the Game” • A parent should realize that he/she is taking everything too seriously and has not released their child to the activity when: • They are trying to continue to coach their child when the athlete probably knows more about the activity than they do. • They are nervous before the child’s game • Have a difficult time bouncing back after their child’s team suffers a defeat. • Makes mental notes during a game so they can give their child advice at the conclusion of the game • Becomes verbally critical of an official or coach. • “Young people need models not critics!” • John Wooden
Role of Parents • Attend as many games as possible! • Do everything possible to make the athletic experience positive for your child and others! • View the game with team goals in mind. • Attempt to relieve competitive pressure, not increase it. • Encourage multiple sport participation. • Release your child to the coach and the team. • Look upon opponents as friends involved in the same experience. • Accept the judgment of the officials and coaches, remain in control. • Accept the results of each game, do not make excuses. • Demonstrate winning and losing with dignity. • Be an encourager. • Be a good listener. • Accept the goals, roles and achievements of your child.
Role of Parents • Bus Decorating • Done only for divisional playoffs and state • -ALL PARENTS help • End of Season Awards Gathering • Senior Parents within each sport organize and set date with Activities office • Lockers • Parents decorate their own child’s locker, but know that there are parents willing to help if a parent can’t do it • Team Dinners • Schedule these within your own sport
Fall Locker Decorations • Monday Night, August 25 • 6-7:30! • If unavailable please contact the Activities Office to schedule another time! 924-2551 • Please pick up after yourselves. • No Balloons outside of lockers! • No Glitter! • Locker Sizes (approximate) • Upstairs 9.5” x 69” • Downstairs 9.5” x 34.5” (two sets - top/bottom)
rschooltoday online schedules www.bsd44.org (new web address) HIGH SCHOOL SPORTS AND ACTIVITIES SCHEDULE • Daily and weekly events • Ability to print your own schedule • Receive notifications of upcoming events • See handout for more information on how to get the full benefit of this website!
Bus Transportation • Robert Evans - 388-0572 • Transportation Supervisor email@example.com We give them the departure destination and leave times and they do all the rest!
Transportation • All participants must travel to and return from all out of town activities with the team, unless prior written permission is granted by their parents, and the coaches/advisors/directors have given their approval. • Participants may be released to travel with their parents/guardians only. • They must sign out, on a travel release form, with their coach/advisor/director • Teams are built when they have camaraderie that is developed after a victory as well as after a defeat.
Top 5 Educational Objectives of Interscholastic Athletics Outcomes • Promote Learning • Citizenship • Sportsmanship • Life Skills • Healthy Lifestyle
Top 5 Educational Objectives of Interscholastic Athletics Outcomes Promote Learning Students should acquire new knowledge of skills that will lead to long-term changes in behavior. This learning is not limited to the development of physical skills and should facilitate the social, personal and psychological development of each student.
Top 5 Educational Objectives of Interscholastic Athletics Outcomes Citizenship Students should acquire knowledge, attitudes, experience and skills that will prepare them to be a proud and responsible member of society.
Top 5 Educational Objectives of Interscholastic Athletics Outcomes Sportsmanship Students should learn respect and concern for rules, officials, opponents and the spirit and conventions of sport.
Top 5 Educational Objectives of Interscholastic Athletics Outcomes Life Skills Students should learn how to balance their life, emotional well-being, leadership, personal growth and decision-making skills
Top 5 Educational of Interscholastic Athletics Outcomes Healthy Lifestyle Students should become committed to an addiction free, physically active and long-term healthy lifestyle.
Academic Eligibility • Academics • Must have received 2.0 credits the previous semester • Must have a minimum GPA of 1.8 the previous quarter • May not be failing any class during their season
Semester Grades • John Doe Semester Credit • English D .5 • Physical Education F 0 • Art F 0 • History D .5 • Math D .5 • Science D .5 • Choir F 0 Credits Received 2.0
Nine Weeks GPA • John Doe 3rd Q 4th QSemester • English B D C • Physical Education A F C • Art D F F • History A D C • Math C D D • Science D D D • Choir BFC 3RD Q GPA 18/7=2.57 4TH Q GPA 4/7= .57 Credits earned 2.5
Weekly Grade Checks • Begin two weeks into the start of each grading period. • First week a student/ athletes is on the list they are placed on notice. • Second week in a row they appear ion the list they are ineligible for any activity/competition for the next week!
Weekly F List - Ineligibility • Lists are printed on Tuesday! • Eligibility runs from Wednesday – Tuesday • Weekly Ineligibility List 9/16 • John Doe (English) on Notice • Nazo Smart (English, History) on Notice • Weekly Ineligibility List 9/23 • John Doe (Art) ineligible • Jane Smith (History) on Notice • Nazo Smart (Math, Science, History) ineligible • Weekly Ineligibility List 9/30 • John Doe (English) ineligible • Nazo Smart (PE) ineligible
Hazing • Will not be tolerated! • Please bring any information regarding this to the attention of the administration. • Recognize it! • Stop it! • Prevent it!
Participation Booklets MUST BE COMPLETE IN ORDER TO COMPETE Deadline for Fall Booklets – Day before your activity is scheduled to begin… Thursday, August 14, 2014
Participation Signature Booklets • Parents and student signatures are required throughout the booklet. • Agreement of Policies • Consent and Insurance Verification • Concussion Statement • Medical Release Form • Pre-Participation Physical • Please do not forget the information box on the front of the physical and at the bottom on the back of the physical!
Physical Exam • Must be completed on this form or a copy of this form…no exceptions! • No form…No practice or tryout!
Participation Fee Required • All students participating in high school athletics will be required to pay an activities fee. The money raised from this fee helps with the financial support of the activity that the student benefits from, though it pays for only a small portion of the actual expense of the activity. • The amount is $65.00 per child per activity. • $35 for managers • Band/Choir - $45/year • (Fees for Activities with tryouts will be collected after tryouts!)