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Preseason Parent Meeting March 10,7:30 p.m. KMS Auditorium Please pick up all Necessary papers From the table
Sean Clark– KMS Dean of Students and Athletic Director Bill Mosca – Worthingway Dean of Students and Athletic Director
Student Eligibility Requirements Athletic Code of Conduct Sportsmanship, Ethics, and Integrity Concussions and Steroids
Pass 5 classes Younger than 15 by August 1 st Not competing for a non-school team during the same season Physical within the past year on file Valid one year from date of physical New physicals should be completed on the 2013-2014 physical form OHSAA Bulletin - http://www.ohsaa.org/members/GuideToParticipation- 7th8thGradeAthletics.pdf http://www.ohsaa.org/members/GuideToParticipation- 7th8thGradeAthletics.pdf
Physicals and pink cards Pink cards for athletes for coaches at the first open gym or practice Cautions and Considerations Form Sport specific Co-Curricular Drug and Alcohol Policy OHSAA Concussion Form
$125.00 $62.50 reduced lunch program $0.00 for free lunch program $95.00 for cheerleading Please include KMS or WW in the memo line of the check along with your child’s name
Let the players play, the officials officiate, the coaches coach, and let the spectators be positive. Emotional Reponses Let non-emergency issues wait until the next day to discuss. Board Policy requires a discussion with the coach prior to contacting the AD
If it is illegal for you to have or use, It will get you kicked off the team. 1 st offense – out for the season 2 nd offense – out for a calendar year 3 rd offense – permanent exclusion Our priority will be to get you help. Proximity is a problem unless you leave immediately. Use us (parents / coaches/ teachers) as an excuse. Selling, distribution of trafficking results in a ONE YEAR DENIAL OF PRIVILEGES
1 st offense – 20%season 2 nd offense – 50%season 3 rd offense – One Year Must complete student parent assistance program Must successfully test negative on 3 consecutive drug tests.
If you report yourself for a violation (One per career) you will have no DENIAL OF PRIVILEGE IF: You and a parent complete the student assistance program Test negative on two unannounced drug tests
“Other Drugs” does include prescribed medication if used improperly. Athletes are at an increased risk for this kind of drug use. Limiting access and amount, followed by proper disposal
A substance or method believed to aid or improve athletic performance. Includes, but is not limited to steroids. The short-term “gain” is not worth the potentially life-altering side effects.
Anabolic-Androgenic Steroids: are a chemical modification of the male sex hormone, testosterone.
Androgenic- Promotes the development of secondary male sexual characteristics such as development and pattern of pubic hair, deepening of the voice, facial and body hair, aggression, etc. Anabolic- Causes the growth of the muscles and bulking of the individual. It is impossible to separate these two actions.
Side Effects Cholestic Jaundice- A progressive reduction in liver function. One symptom of this is a yellow tinge to the skin caused by the presence of bile pigments in the blood. Hepatoma- Liver cancer Peliosis- Blood filled spaces/sacs in the liver. Decreased levels of HDL-C while LDL-C levels rise. These changes in cholesterol levels are major indicators of coronary heart disease risk and may significantly contribute to atherosclerosis (blockage of the arteries). Steroids cause high blood pressure due to fluid retention.
Statistically, if there’s 100 male athletes about 10-12 have used steroids
The National Institute of Health defines a concussion as a traumatic brain injury (TBI) that may result in a bad headache, altered levels of alertness, or unconsciousness. It temporarily interferes with the way your brain works, and it can affect memory, judgment, reflexes, speech, balance, coordination, and sleep patterns.
The force of a blow to the head can smash delicate neural tissue against the hard bone of the skull. As evidenced by recent NFL news, this can produce long- lasting, devastating effects.
Effective April 26 th, 2013 If a concussion or head injury is suspected by coaches or game officials: Athletes will not be allowed to return to practice or play on that day. Thereafter, a written Return to Play note from a medical professional will be required to resume participation. Medical professional is defined in this case a D.O. or an M.D. only.
“Concussions in Sports – What You Need to Know – v2.0” NFHS free online course http://www.nfhslearn.com/electiveDetail.aspx?c ourseID=38000 http://www.nfhslearn.com/electiveDetail.aspx?c ourseID=38000 Concussion Regulations http://www.ohsaa.org/medicine/Concussions/C oncussionRegulations.pdf http://www.ohsaa.org/medicine/Concussions/C oncussionRegulations.pdf Return to Play (RTP) form http://www.ohsaa.org/medicine/AuthorizationT oReenter.pdf http://www.ohsaa.org/medicine/AuthorizationT oReenter.pdf
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