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1 LSN SOCCER PARENT MEETING

2 WELCOME PARENTS TO THE 2013 LSN GIRLS SOCCER SEASON.WELCOME PARENTS TO THE 2013 LSN GIRLS SOCCER SEASON.

3 OUR AGENDA 1. INTRODUCTIONS 2. GUIDELINES 3. HANDBOOK/PAMPHLETS 4. THREE LEVELS IN THE PROGRAM 5. PLAYING TIME 6. VARSITY PRACTICE SQUAD 7. POSTPONEMENTS/CANCELLATIONS 8. VIDEO TAPING 9. HEALTH/WELLNESS 10. NEWSPAPERS 11. PLAYER PICK UPS

4 LSN COACHING STAFF Ryan Kelley- Head Coach Bill Arrandale- JV Head Coach Mike Johnson- C Team Coach A.J. Shinabarger- Varsity Assistant

5 RYAN KELLEY Playing Experience- Lees Summit High School 1992-1995, Varsity 1993-1995, Co-Captain 1995, Co-MVP 1995, All-Conference 1994&95, All-Area 1995 William Jewell College 1996-1997, Co-MVP 1996 Coaching Experience- Lees Summit North High School- Boys C team 2002-2003, JV 2004- 2009, Varsity Assistant 2010-Present Lees Summit North High School- Girls JV 2004-2008, Girls Varsity Assistant 2009-2012, Girls Head Coach 2013 Renegades 96/97 Girls youth team- 2003-Present Education B.S. in Physical Education from University of Central Missouri, 2004 Certified in Health, 2004 Masters in Sports and Business Administration from University of Central Missouri, 2009 USSF D license, 2006 World Class Coaching Clinic-2007, 2006, 2005 NSCAA National Diploma – June 2007 NSCAA Advanced National Diploma- July 2011

6 BILL ARRANDALE Education –BS, Chemical Engineering, UMC –Masters, Business Administration, UMKC –USSF Coaching Courses thru the B License –Various soccer weeks and seminars with high level coach-instructors from the U.S., Europe and Brazil Coaching Experience –83-90: Competitive teams - U12 boys thru near-professional men –92: UMKC Assistant Mens Coach –93: Fort Osage Boys Varsity Coach - First district championship in years –94-96: Pembroke Hill Boys and Girls Varsity Coach - A third place in the boys Missouri 2A championships –97-09: Lees Summit North Boys and Girls Assistant Varsity Coach - Girls 2000 Missouri Champions and other high finishes –20010-Present: LSN Boys and Girls JV coach –Various girls club teams and youth summer soccer camps Work Experience –Engineering Career - Military aerospace-related products –Computing Manager Career - Large scale computer networks –Teaching Lecturer, Computer Programming, UMKC Teacher, Education-Related Computer Skills, Pembroke Hill Short Course Leader, Computer Applications, MacSource, Inc –Magazine Design and Desk Top Publishing –Database Management and Computer Graphics Projects

7 MIKE JOHNSON LSN GRADUATE – 2000 ALL CONFERENCE, ALL STATE AS A PLAYER FORMER RECORD HOLDER FOR MOST GOALS SCORED IN 1 SEASON – 31 C TEAM COACH BOYS AND GIRLS- 2005-PRESENT

8 A.J. Shinabargar Playing Experience Kansas City Legends Soccer Club –Team Captain –2006 and 2007 State Cup Runners-Up Lees Summit North High School – Class of 2007 –Team Captain – 2005 and 2006 –All-Conference 1 st Team – 2005 and 2006 –All-Area 1 st Team – 2005 and 2006 William Jewell College – Class of 2011 –ESPN Academic All-District Team (2010) –NAIA Academic All-American (2009 and 2010) –2010: Conference Champions and National Championship Final Four Appearance (Season Record: 20-3) Coaching Experience Soccer Instructor at Camp Starlight Summer Camp – Summer 2008 Soccer Instructor at William Jewell Soccer Camps – Summer 2009 and 2010 Coach for Metro East Soccer Club: U8 Boys, U8 Girls, U14 Girls – 2012-Present USSF National C Coaching License – 2012 Education William Jewell College –B.A. in International Relations, History, Political Science, and Critical Thought & Inquiry. Missouri State University (Washington, D.C. Campus) –M.A. in Defense and Strategic Studies (In progress) University of Missouri – Kansas City –Teaching Certification (In progress) –M.A. in Curriculum & Instruction (In progress)

9 LSN Core Values Excellence Hunger Unselfish Commitment Persistence Passion

10 GUIDELINES 1. Attendance1. Attendance BE ON TIME TO ALL PRACTICES, GAMES, AND TEAM EVENTS. PARENTS/PLAYERS ARE REQUESTED TO CONTACT COACHES BY EMAIL OR PHONE BEFORE PRACTICE OR A GAME MISSED.

11 2. BE A GOOD SPORT X

12 3. NO PROFANITY WOW! IM A REALLY @##*&&^*%$ GREAT PLAYER!!! X

13 4. BE AN EXEMPLARY STUDENT ATHLETE X

14 5. WEAR PROPER PRACTICE ATTIRE X

15 6. GAME DAY DRESS

16 7. RIDE THE BUS TO GAMES

17 8. LISTEN TO ANNOUNCEMENTS

18 9. LETTERING CRITERIA N

19 10. PARENT ATTENDANCE AT PRACTICE

20 11. SOCIAL MEDIA

21 12. Equipment Care Each student athlete will be held accountable for the abuse or loss of equipment. ANY EQUIPMENT LOST OR STOLEN MUST BE PAID FOR BY THE STUDENT IN WHOSE NAME IT WAS ISSUED. 1. Do not exchange or loan any of the equipment checked out to you to another teammate. 2. School and personal equipment and belongings should be locked up at all times. 3. Any loss of equipment should be reported immediately to the head coach, rather than waiting until the end of the season. 4. Any protective equipment that does not fit properly or that has any defective parts should be reported to a coach immediately. Do not wear the equipment until the necessary adjustments have been made. This is for your protection. 5. No equipment may be checked out to an athlete in any sport if the athlete owes equipment or fees to a previous sport. 6. Do not give any equipment or item to a student that has not paid for itif applicable. 7. Student participants/athletes may not compete interscholastically if equipment or fines are owed to another activity or sport.

22 13. APPOINTMENT WITH COACHES

23 GO TO TRAINERS WHEN INJURED

24 Handbook Information The handbook is now online for you to view Here are a couple of items of importance:

25 Philosophy We believe that student participation in any part of our activities is a privilege which carries with it responsibilities to the school, to the activity, to the student body, to the community and to the student himself/herself. This participation privilege represents a year round commitment and will help to develop the student physically, mentally, socially and emotionally.

26 Basic Policies A student who has gone out for a sport but quits of his own accord, will not be eligible to start practicing for another sport before the end of the competition in the sport that was dropped: unless the head coach (of the sport that was dropped) signs a release card and the head coach of the new sport involved accepts the athlete. EVERY ATHLETE SHOULD UNDERSTAND THIS POLICY. Any activity performance group member who quits cheer, dance, or flags before the season is completed could be ineligible for tryouts for another activity group for a period up to 365 days.

27 Basic Policies Students must be in attendance a minimum of the last four class periods of the day to participate in any activity scheduled for the day. Exceptions are granted with administrative approval only. If students come to school and leave during the day for health reasons, they may not return or participate that day in activities without administrative approval. Each individual coach/sponsor has the authority to set more restrictive attendance requirements.

28 Hazing Hazing is defined as, including, but not necessarily limited to, any action or situation created, whether on or off school premises, which might reasonably be expected to result in mental or physical discomfort, embarrassment, harassment or ridicule. This definition includes the following activities: Paddling, Creation of excessive fatigue, Physical and psychological shocks, Quests, treasure hunts, scavenger hunts, road trips, or related activities, Requiring or encouraging the wearing of apparel in public that is conspicuous and normally not considered in good taste, Disciplinary consequences will occur to anyone or any team found to be guilty of hazing. According to Missouri state statutes consent to hazing is not a defense.

29 Chemical Abuse Regardless of quantity, a student shall not use or possess tobacco; have in possession or use a beverage containing alcohol; use or consume, have in possession, buy, sell or give away illegal drugs or chemicals, or any substance defined by law as a drug specifically prescribed for the students own use by his/her doctor; or use or be in possession of drug paraphernalia.

30 Chemical Abuse Consequences First Violation Penalty: Following confirmation of the violation, the student would lose eligibility to participate in the next match/contest(s) that occur in a consecutive chronological sequence. The student/athlete shall be ineligible for interscholastic competition and may not participate for a minimum of 40% of his/her competitive season. Second Violation Penalty: The student shall be ineligible for 365 days, beginning with the date of the violation.

31 Eligibility Nonschool competition- You may not participate with a nonschool team or in any organized nonschool athletic competition and your school team in the same season! You may participate in different sports in the same season after filling out a flier in the activities office.

32 Eligibility You may participate in a college tryout after your season is over You may participate in an all-star game after your eligibility is complete in each high school sport. See the AD before you sign up or agree to anything to make sure you do not lose any eligibility!

33 PLAYING LEVELS 1.VARSITY – PERFORMANCE ORIENTED 2.JUNIOR VARSITY- DEVELOPMENTAL 3. C TEAM - PARTICIPATION

34 CRITERIA FOR PLAYER SELECTION AND PLAYING TIME 1. SOCCER ABILITIES –1. SOCCER ABILITIES – TECHNIQUE – 1 ST TOUCH, PASSING, SHOOTING, DRIBBLING, HEADING, RUNNING W/BALL, DEFENDING.TECHNIQUE – 1 ST TOUCH, PASSING, SHOOTING, DRIBBLING, HEADING, RUNNING W/BALL, DEFENDING. TACTICS- MAKING THE RIGHT DECISIONSTACTICS- MAKING THE RIGHT DECISIONS

35 2. ATHLETISM- SPEED, STRENGTH, STAMINA, QUICKNESS. ALL WITHIN THE SOCCER ENVIRONMENT. IT COMES DOWN TO WHAT HAPPENS WITH THE BALL.

36 3. ABILITY TO PLAY WITHIN THE ROLE REQUESTED

37 4. ATTITUDE- WILLINGNESS TO DO THE RIGHT THING, POSITIVE IMPACT WITHIN THE TEAM, ACCEPTING COACHING.

38 5. FACTORS THAT DO NOT ULTIMATELY DETERMINE ROLE WITHIN THE TEAM: A) CLUB BACKGROUND B) YEAR IN SCHOOL C) ROLE ON THE TEAM LAST YEAR D) HONORS OUTSIDE OF HIGH SCHOOL SOCCER DECISIONS ARE MADE BASED ON WHAT WE SEE IN PRACTICES AND IN GAMES. WHAT WE ARE LOOKING FOR IS NOT ALWAYS WHAT THE PARENTS ARE NOTICING OR FOCUSING ON!!!

39 GENERAL APPROACH AT THE VARSITY LEVEL 1. WE TRY TO MAINTAIN A GOOD TEAM SHAPE REGARDLESS OF THE FORMATION WE PLAY ( 4-4-2, 3-5-2, 3-4-3, 4-3-3)1. WE TRY TO MAINTAIN A GOOD TEAM SHAPE REGARDLESS OF THE FORMATION WE PLAY ( 4-4-2, 3-5-2, 3-4-3, 4-3-3) 2. WE TRY TO BE READY TO DEFEND WHEN WE LOSE THE BALL.2. WE TRY TO BE READY TO DEFEND WHEN WE LOSE THE BALL. 3. WE TRY TO BE READY TO ATTACK WHEN WE WIN THE BALL.3. WE TRY TO BE READY TO ATTACK WHEN WE WIN THE BALL. 4. WE WILL PLAY A ZONE DEFENSE4. WE WILL PLAY A ZONE DEFENSE 5. WE PLACE A HIGH VALUE ON POSSESSION OF THE BALL.5. WE PLACE A HIGH VALUE ON POSSESSION OF THE BALL.

40 NEWPAPERS ALTHOUGH STATEMENTS FROM OUR COACHES AND PLAYERS COME OUT IN THE NEWSPAPERS WE CANNOT CONTROL WHAT IS PRINTED.ALTHOUGH STATEMENTS FROM OUR COACHES AND PLAYERS COME OUT IN THE NEWSPAPERS WE CANNOT CONTROL WHAT IS PRINTED. WE TRY TO PROMOTE OUR TEAM AND GIVE A REALISTIC VIEW OF HOW THINGS ARE.WE TRY TO PROMOTE OUR TEAM AND GIVE A REALISTIC VIEW OF HOW THINGS ARE.

41 PLAYER PICK UP PLEASE PICK PLAYERS UP AT THE PRESCRIBED TIME. COACHES HAVE OTHER RESPONSIBILITIES AND PLACES TO BE.PLEASE PICK PLAYERS UP AT THE PRESCRIBED TIME. COACHES HAVE OTHER RESPONSIBILITIES AND PLACES TO BE.

42 WE LOOK FORWARD TO A GREAT SEASON!

43 THANKS FOR YOUR ATTENTION AND ATTENDANCE.


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