Presentation on theme: "MN Winter Sports Raise The Bar!. Six Pillars of Character Respect Responsibility Hard Work Citizenship Integrity Sportsmanship."— Presentation transcript:
MN Winter Sports Raise The Bar!
Six Pillars of Character Respect Responsibility Hard Work Citizenship Integrity Sportsmanship
Six Pillars of Character "The function of education is to teach one to think intensively and to think critically... Intelligence plus character - that is the goal of true education.“ – MARTIN LUTHER KING, JR. ( ) Civil Rights leader
Teamwork Teamwork isn’t a part time activity…each member represents the team at all times. Sacrificing individual gain for the team’s greater good is the price of admission members must pay and keep paying.. to be on the team.
Forms Forms – All forms must be turned in before Monday to participate. For the athletes that did not play a sport, they are required to turn in all of the forms in the “Athletic Forms First Season” document. This includes: – Marple Newtown Athletic Code of Conduct – Marple Newtown Emergency Medical/Consent Form – PIAA CIPPE Sect. 1-6 (Page 6 must be signed/dated by a Doctor after June 1, 2013 to be valid for this school year.) For the athletes that did play a Fall sport, they are only required to turn in the “CIPPE Sect. 7 Re-Certification by Parent/ Guardian” document.
Hard Work Fall Successes: 2 nd Smallest School in CAL, ahead of only LM Girls soccer and field hockey made district playoffs Golf - Sam Soeth, finished 5 th in the State. Boys soccer was nominated for the sportsmanship award.
Responsibility Points system – per semester (10 points) Eligibility - weekly Locker room – bring a lock Attendance/ Lateness guidelines – quarterly – Late to school – In school by 9:00 a.m. to participate – Saturday games, must be in school on Friday. Parking in the alley Cuts Trainer – Impact testing
Success Success is not solely defined by wins and losses. It will be also be defined by your effort, integrity, respect for teammates, and sportsmanship.