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2 WIAA Sports Registration Meeting WELCOME Parents & Student-Athletes

3 Good Stuff at MHS…… 7 Conference Team Championships 84 Conference Honorees 3 Teams Advanced to State 2 nd Place Team State-Wrestling 18 State Qualifers 3 rd, 3 rd, and Place State 3 rd Place Conference All Sports 175 GETFAST Athletes

4 Fall of 2013 A21 All- Conference Athletes Girls Cross Country Team to State – 10 th Place Finish Taylor Miller earns a 9 th place finish Adam Kramer finished 13 th at State Cross Country Meet CURRENTLY 2 ND PLACE FOR ALL SCC SPORTS AWARD

5 Handouts at the Door Optional Insurance Forms/ WIAA Banned Substances WIAA Eligibility Information - Green Code of Conduct – White Condensed version – Buff Physical Card – Green Alternate Year – Buff Sports Fees -White Free and Reduced Lunch Form – White Signature Form/ Medical Release - Yellow Concusion/Signature Form - Golden Rod

6 Mauston High School Administration PRINCIPAL Mr. Jim Dillin x 4424 ADMINISTRATIVE INTERNS Mr. Jack Hammer x 4425 Mr. Joel Heesch Ms. Cheryl Cyert ATHLETIC DIRECTOR Mr. Randy Fabian x 4442

7 Athletic Trainer Jason Nutall Hours: 3:00 to 5:30 pm Days Vary

8 How to Get Information District Web-Page MHS Sports Schedule

9 Ticket Prices /Event Passes South Central Conference Ticket Price is $3.00 for adults and students Student Pass purchased in each buildings front office $15 May not be Used for WIAA Tournament Events Where Can I Purchase a Pass? Randy Fabian at Mauston High School

10 GEABC INC GOLDEN EAGLE ATHLETIC BOOSTER CLUB $30.00 SUPPORTING MEMBER = 1 FREE PASS $55.00 WHITE CORPORATE MEMBER = 2 FREE PASSES $ BLUE CORPORATE MEMBER = 5 FREE PASSES PLEASE SEE BOOSTER CLUB REPRESENTATIVE TO SIGN UP!!

11 TRANSPORTATION Travel to a Contest Players will ride the bus together to all contests unless previously arranged. Travel After Contest Students are encouraged to ride the bus with the team. You may transport your own child by completing a TRANSPORTATION PERMIT FORM and talking to the coach. Give form to HEAD COACH prior to date of contest

12 Extra-Curricular Code of Conduct

13 IV. ELIGIBILITY RULES D. Academic Rules A student must meet the School District of Mauston, Department of Public Instruction, and WIAA requirements defining a full- time student and have received no failing grade (including incompletes) in the most recent grade reporting period/term.

14 III. DEFINITION OF CO-CURRICULAR ACTIVITIES Co-curricular activities include any school related organized activity that is offered outside of academic class requirements. Co-curricular activities for grades 9-12 are divided into five distinct categories. School district policies and school rules govern all student activities. In addition, each category has unique rules and expectations which regulate participation. Category 1 - Athletics Category 2 – Competitive Activities (for example – Art Club/Show, Academic Decathlon, Forensics, Math Team, Powerlifting, Cheerleading, Dance Team) Category 3 – Leadership & Public Recognition Activities (for example – AFS, Badger Boys/Girls, Courts (Homecoming, Winterfest, Prom, etc.), Commencement Speakers, Class Officers, Drama Club, FACT, FBLA, FFA, Key Club, Link Crew, NHS, Student Council, and School Musical) Category 4 – Music/Class Related Activities (for example – Band, Choir, Dramatic Lit., Pep Band, Show Choir, Yearbook) Category 5 - Intramural and Interest Clubs (for example – French Club, Newspaper, Spanish Club, Literary Magazine)

15 5f.A student who receives an F in the fourth term is academically ineligible for 10% (rounded up) of the scheduled competitions during the fall season. The student will remain on academic probation. A student who becomes academically ineligible with two (2) or more F’s may regain eligibility by meeting the academic standard following a period of fifteen (15) scheduled school days and nights of ineligibility.

16 6f.A student who receives 2 or more F’s during the fourth term is academically ineligible for 21 days in the fall season from the first day of competition or fifteen scheduled school days, whichever is less. The student will remain on academic probation.

17 A student who becomes academically ineligible with two (2) or more F’s may regain A student who becomes academically ineligible with two (2) or more F’s may regain eligibility by meeting the academic standard following a period of fifteen (15) scheduled school days and nights of ineligibility. 6f.A student who receives 2 or more F’s during the fourth term is academically ineligible for 21 days in the fall season from the first day of competition or fifteen scheduled school days, whichever is less. The student will remain on academic probation. eligibility by meeting the academic standard following a period of fifteen (15) scheduled school days and nights of ineligibility. 6f.A student who receives 2 or more F’s during the fourth term is academically ineligible for 21 days in the fall season from the first day of competition or fifteen scheduled school days, whichever is less. The student will remain on academic probation. A student who becomes academically ineligible with two (2) or more F’s may regain eligibility by meeting the academic standard following a period of fifteen (15) scheduled school days and nights of ineligibility. 6f.A student who receives 2 or more F’s during the fourth term is academically ineligible for 21 days in the fall season from the first day of competition or fifteen scheduled school days, whichever is less. The student will remain on academic probation. 6E. A student who becomes academically ineligible with two (2) or more F’s may regain eligibility by meeting the academic standard following a period of fifteen (15) scheduled school days and nights of ineligibility. 6f.A student who receives 2 or more F’s during the fourth term is academically ineligible for 21 days in the fall season from the first day of competition or fifteen scheduled school days, whichever is less. The student will remain on academic probation.

18 Responsibilities All students may have the privilege to participate in extra curricular activities if he/she is willing to assume certain responsibilities. Participants are held to a higher standard. Participants must abide by the Code of Conduct year round and eligibility requirements of MHS and the WIAA in order to maintain the privilege to participate.

19 Code of Conduct Rules Violations Involves alcohol, tobacco, drugs or look-alikes, Criminal acts, violations of WIAA banned substances, theft, vandalism, harassment The Code of Conduct provides for due process and outlines an appeal process of all violations listed above. Effective Period The MHS Code of Conduct is in effect for 12 months of the year by WIAA RULE

20 Scholastic Requirements for Eligibility Attendance Students are expected to be in school the entire day in order to practice or participate. Exceptions: Professional pre-arranged appt., school trips, funerals, early dismissals, or family emergency Grading Students are EXPECTED to pass all coursework. See Code for further details on probation and ineligibility.

21 Athletic Obligations All students must have all necessary forms into the office before he/she is allowed to practice or compete. 1.WIAA Physical Exam OR Alternate Year Form 2.BLUE SIGNATURE FORM signed and turned in 3.Athletic Fees must be PAID before competition. PLEASE SUBMIT FEES TO CINDY GRUEN IN MAUSTON SCHOOL DISTRICT CENTRAL OFFICE. 4.Concussion Signature Form ( Parent AND Athlete )

22 WIAA Rules UPDATE The WIAA requires that both student-athletes and their parents receive verbal and/or written instructions related to the following rules and regulations developed by the WIAA and its member schools.

23 WIAA Rules Update (cont.) Determining residence A full time student’s athletic eligibility is only at the school within whose attendance boundaries they reside and/or where school tuition is paid in by the beginning of the school year or sports season. A student athlete’s eligibility can only transfer during a school year if it is caused be a full and complete transfer of residence. Transfers A student athlete that transfers after their fourth consecutive semester will be ineligible for practice or competition for one calendar year unless a waiver is granted. Physical /Parent Permission A student-athlete must have permission of parent, an emergency form, and physical signed by physician or advanced practice nurse every other year.

24 WIAA Rules Update (cont.) Amateur Status A student athlete may not accept rewards, compensation, gifts and/or gratuities in the form of cash or merchandise as a result of competing in any sanctioned sport(s) of the WIAA and national federation of high school athletics during their high school career. Conflict of interest & contact days A student-athlete may not compete in a same sport and/or related activity as a member of a team or individual entry during the same time he/she is participating school sponsored sport. This restriction exists only during the school year and limited to that specific sports season. During the summer, a student-athlete may assemble and/or participate with the schools team and/or be instructed by the person who will be their coach for the upcoming sports season in accordance with approved contact days. The sports of baseball, cross country, golf, soccer, softball, tennis, track and wrestling are exempt.

25 EEnergy drinks, powders, and supplements should be referred to the WIAA Banded Substances List on their webiste. DO NOT BELIEVE THAT IF IT IS BOUGHT LEGALLY, IT IS OK TO USE.

26 Represent MHS with “Class” at all home and away events. Be proud of your school and team for what they represent! Remove your hat and stand during the National Anthem. Don’t be afraid to set the example. CHEER LOUD!!!!! Treat officials, opponents and event personnel with dignity & respect. DON’T MAKE THEM ANGRY!!! COMMITTED TO EXCELLENCE

27 Welcome to MHS Athletics! We need to work hard, remain positive and support the efforts of everyone involved. Football – Auditorium Tennis – Choir Classroom CC – Next to Mr. Heesch’s room Soccer – Mr. Heesch’s room Volleyball – Band Room


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