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1 Preseason Parent Meeting March 10,7:30 p.m. KMS Auditorium Please pick up all Necessary papers From the table

2 Sean Clark– KMS Dean of Students and Athletic Director Bill Mosca – Worthingway Dean of Students and Athletic Director

3  Student Eligibility Requirements  Athletic Code of Conduct  Sportsmanship, Ethics, and Integrity  Concussions and Steroids

4  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 - 7th8thGradeAthletics.pdf 7th8thGradeAthletics.pdf

5  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

6  $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

7  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

8  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

9 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.

10  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

11  “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

12  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.

13  Anabolic-Androgenic Steroids: are a chemical modification of the male sex hormone, testosterone.

14  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.

15 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.

16 Statistically, if there’s 100 male athletes about 10-12 have used steroids

17  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.

18  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.

19  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.

20  “Concussions in Sports – What You Need to Know – v2.0” NFHS free online course ourseID=38000 ourseID=38000  Concussion Regulations oncussionRegulations.pdf oncussionRegulations.pdf  Return to Play (RTP) form oReenter.pdf oReenter.pdf

21  This presentation may be found on the Kilbourne Website /13

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