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2013-2014 Mounds View Nordic Skiing. Mounds View High School Activities Office Bob Madison, Activities Director 651-621-7121 Chris Thielke, Activities.

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1 Mounds View Nordic Skiing

2 Mounds View High School Activities Office Bob Madison, Activities Director Chris Thielke, Activities Secretary Activities Fax Please visit the Mounds View website at for updates to the daily schedules.

3 Jake Morgan –(406) (text or call) Kate Babbitt –(651) Coachs Info

4 Volunteers Mike Smith –Wax Tech Laura Smith – Assistant

5 Athlete Intros

6 Captains Boys –Dalton Pauly, Jason Langlie Girls Rossy Natale, Sarah Wigfield

7 Registration Must be registered and cleared in order to practice. No exceptions. ONLINE REGISTRATION INSTRUCTIONS: Log-in to SchoolView https://asp. tiescloud.net/schoolview/sv_login_secure.asp? (You must use the Parent Portal)https://asp. tiescloud.net/schoolview/sv_login_secure.asp? Select your Student Click on Feepay at the top of the page Select Activities/Transportation Click View Activities Locate the activity Fill out Form if one is required Click Add to cart Proceed to Checkout Choose a payment method (credit card, checking or savings account) Process the Payment The Activities Office will be notified when registrations are complete.

8 Communication Website Facebook (MV Nordic Ski ) Phone (Text or Call)

9 Equipment Boots (Combi or Classic/Skate) Skis (Classic and Skate) – bindings match boots Poles (Classic and Skate) Hats and gloves (make sure theyre warm enough!) Jacket and Pants Underlayers (preferably not cotton if possible) Running Shoes Sunglasses Watch (w/HR monitor if possible) Water Bottle/Water Belt Helmet for Rollerskiing (no helmet = no rollerskiing) Brightly colored clothing for rollerskiing Buff/Neckwarmer of some kind Wind Briefs (Boys if you dont have them, invest…) Rollerskis (Team has some) Ski bag PUT YOUR NAME ON YOUR STUFF!

10 Equipment Retailers Hoigaards (St. Louis Park) – Jake works here Gear West (Long Lake) Finn Sisu (Lauderdale)

11 Schedule We will have busses to practice every day, leaving the school at 2:20 If you wont be at practice, PLEASE let us know as soon as possible Schedule is always subject to change Must be in school all day to practice

12 Morning Practice Tuesdays and Thursdays at 6:15 am for at least the first few weeks of the season Not mandatory

13 Meet Hosting December 3, :45– Sprint Relay at Trollhaugen Need parent help for timing

14 Varsity Team World Cup Points System –1 st – 100 points, 2 nd – 80 points, 3 rd – 60 points, 4 th – 50 points, 5 th – 45 points, 40, 36, 32,29,26,24,22,20,18,16,15,14,13,12,11,10,9, 8,7,6,5,4,3,2,1 –Total points from two most recent races will determine varsity for next race. –Removes as much subjectivity as possible.

15 Lettering Requirements Four year member of team Qualify for state (individual or as a team) Top 1/2 (~top 40) at section meet Coaches discretion

16 General Team Rules Be on time to practice and/or meets (ready to go at the scheduled time, dont show up when we are supposed to be leaving/starting practice) Always represent yourself, your team, and your school in the best way possible If you are not in school on a given day without an excuse, you cant practice/race that day. SCHOOL COMES FIRST

17 Booster Club Ruth Pauly/Sandra Dohls

18 Holiday Camp December Giants Ridge Family, food, team bonding, fun, good skiing, etc.

19 Parents We encourage parental participation –Booster Club –Make sure athletes are resting/hydrating/eating properly –Help at practices We are still the coaches Talk to Bob Madison about steps to become a legal volunteer assistant (background check, etc.)

20 Chemical Use, Harassment, and Hazing (District Policies) 1 st Violation – loss of eligibility for the next three meets or three weeks of season (whichever is greater), referred to school chemical education counselor, lose right to be captain1 st Violation – loss of eligibility for the next three meets or three weeks of season (whichever is greater), referred to school chemical education counselor, lose right to be captain 2 nd Violation – loss of eligibility for the next nine meets or nine weeks of season (whichever is greater, referred to school chemical education counselor, lose right to be captain2 nd Violation – loss of eligibility for the next nine meets or nine weeks of season (whichever is greater, referred to school chemical education counselor, lose right to be captain 3 rd Violation – loss of eligibility for next 12 months3 rd Violation – loss of eligibility for next 12 months

21 Chemical Use, Harassment, and Hazing (Team Policy) Zero tolerance –If youre caught, youre done for the year. Period. –Be careful what you post on Facebook. Everyone can see it and we will confront you about it if we see something questionable.

22 A Final Thought Why do you ski? Whats your ultimate goal in skiing? Skiing can take you wherever you want it to


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