Presentation on theme: "Co-Curricular Handbook – On-line District Web Site / HS Page / Student Life / Athletics Submit Paperwork Physical or Alternate Card / Signed Code of Conduct."— Presentation transcript:
Co-Curricular Handbook – On-line District Web Site / HS Page / Student Life / Athletics Submit Paperwork Physical or Alternate Card / Signed Code of Conduct Agreement / Concussion Waiver / Fees Mount Horeb Activities On-Line Code Presentation
Becoming Eligible-Athletic (All must be met before starting practice) Enrolled Student (No early graduates) Physical/Alternate Year Card Complete the Impact Testing (baseline concussion testing). This is done every other year. Signed Parent-Participant Code Agreement Both student and parent signatures are required. Signed Concussion Waiver Note: State Law requires a signed Concussion form for each athletic season Participation Fee When these requirements are met you will receive your Viking Eligibility Card from the office. You will not be allowed to begin practice without this Card.
Becoming Eligible-Activities Enrolled Student (No early graduates) Signed Parent-Student Agreement All School Fees/Fines Paid
Activities Department Fall Head Coaches / Advisors Instrumental Music (Mr. Janssen) Orchestra (Mr. Mesoloras) Vocal Music (Ms. Dangerfield) Boys Soccer (Mr. Newman) Cross Country (Mr. McIntyre) Football (Mr. Rohrer) Volleyball (Mr. Shay) Girls Golf (Mr. Pladziewicz) Girl’s Swimming (Ms. Johnson) Spirit Squad (Mrs. Skogen)
Co-Curricular Handbook Who must comply? Co-Curricular Handbook sanctioned activities Including: oStudent Interscholastic Athletics oStudent Performances oStudent Representatives oStudent Enrichment Clubs oStudent Service Clubs
Maintaining Eligibility Academic All participants, including managers, must be passing all courses to remain eligible. Attendance Students must attend an entire day of classes (a suspended student may not participate on suspension days). No parent excuses allowed on contest/activity days. If a students arrives at school more than 15 minutes late or is more that 15 minutes late for any class, she/he is ineligible that evening. If you are ill during the school day, you may not participate in an after school contest/activity. Unexcused/unverified absences must be cleared before participation, or a 1 game/event suspension will be enforced for each absence.
Academic Eligibility Student must be passing all classes to be eligible to participate in contests/activities. Weekly Progress Monitor Starting 4th Wednesday of each quarter. Failing grade (first week) = probation Failing grade (second week) = ineligible Note – Check your grades regularly in Infinite Campus
Quarter / Semester Grades One or Two Failing Grades No participation in contests/activities for two calendar weeks. Students should continue with practices. Grades posted on Wednesday go into effect for the next Monday though Saturday.
Quarter / Semester Grades Three or More Failing Grades Ineligible until next quarter/semester grades. No practices or contests/activities.
Conduct and Eligibility Conduct Rules are in effect for twelve months. Code of Conduct Violations Rule 1 Unlawful Conduct Rule 2 Illegal Substances Rule 3 Attendance at Gatherings Rule 4 Inappropriate Student Conduct
Consequences Tier 1 Consequences Rule 1 Unlawful Conduct Rule 2 Illegal Substances 25% of games/events suspension for athletes 30 day suspension for activities Ineligibility of all Homecoming/Prom Court (1 year from violation) Ineligible for Special Awards Other as determined by the Activities Principal
Consequences Tier 2 Consequences Rule 3 Gathering Attendance / Hosting Rule 4 Inappropriate Conduct Hosting a gathering where drugs or alcohol are present will result in loss of co-curricular privileges for One calendar year. Up to 25% of games/events suspension. Other as determined by the Activities Principal
Student Travel MHASD provides student travel. Emergency Travel – Appendix C Form must be given to advisor/coach Students will not be allowed to leave an away event with parents other than their own.
Sportsmanship Everyone is responsible for good sportsmanship Negative sportsmanship issues are made very public and reflect on a school districts overall reputation One person of character impacts a team, one team of character impacts a school, one school of character can change a community