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1 1 McAllen ISD Middle School Coaches Middle School Coaches UIL Orientation

2 Benefits of Extracurricular Activities Support the Academic Mission of School 1.An extension of a good educational program 2.Students who participate tend to: Have a higher GPA Better attendance records Lower dropout rates Fewer discipline problems 3. Provides lessons for practical situations: Teamwork Sportsmanship Winning & Losing Hard work 2

3 UIL Orientation Coaches must annually attend a UIL Orientation. Discuss UIL Rules and Regulations Athlete Eligibility Athlete Requirements Coaches Expectations/Requirements Power Point will be made available to all Coaches through Athletic Coordinators. 3

4 Purpose and Philosophy of the UIL To assist, advise, and aid schools To devise and prepare eligibility rules To regulate competition To promote good sportsmanship To forward the concept of accepting decisions of sports officials 4

5 Coordinated Communication with UIL Always find an answer to UIL question to avoid violation of a rule Our job is to know rules & their interpretation Refer to UIL website or manuals Refer to sport specific manual Speak to Athletic Coordinator or Athletic Director before you call UIL office

6 UIL Web site The purpose of the UIL web site is to provide school employees, parents, students and other interested parties access to information regarding extracurricular activities. Below is a partial list of documents/information that may be found on the web site: TEA-UIL Side by Side Constitution and Contest Rules (C & CR) Athletic Manuals Guidelines for Non-School Participation UIL Sportsmanship Manual 6

7 Rules Compliance Program (RCP) Required for all coaches 7 th -12 th grade PRIOR to their 1 st contact with athletes. Training available only via the UIL website. Must have UT ID and password to access system. Fill out coaching assignment (s). Print your certificate and turn it in to the Campus Athletic Coordinator who will then turn in a copy to the Athletic Department. 7

8 1 st Aid, CPR, AED Training Senate Bill 7 1.School Districts shall annually provide CPR and AED training to employees. 2.All coaches, PE teachers, and cheerleader coaches must maintain current certification in CPR and AED training. 3.Coaches must have a current certification before first contact with student athletes. ***New requirement – Concussion Training 8

9 COACHES PAPERWORK 9 PROFESSIONAL ACKNOWLEDGEMENT FORM Must be completed by a coach their 1 st year at a campus. Form must be notarized.Must be completed by a coach their 1 st year at a campus. Form must be notarized. Another form must be completed if a coach changes campuses.Another form must be completed if a coach changes campuses. PAF Form acknowledges that coach is responsible for acknowledgement of UIL rules and regulations.PAF Form acknowledges that coach is responsible for acknowledgement of UIL rules and regulations.

10 New Coaches Education Program Fundamentals of Coaching Course. 1.Cost $35 – Paid for by the Coach 2.Register through UIL Website and take course online. 3.Print your certificate and turn it in to the Campus Athletic Coordinator. 4.All 1 st year coaches must take course. 10

11 After School Coach Must fulfill all coaches requirements which include RCP training, CPR certification, Fundamentals of Coaching, PAF, & Concussion Training May not exceed a certified coaches stipend Any one who assists in any other capacity and is not a MISD employee must have a background check and be cleared by HR

12 Non-School Participation Coaches may not require athletes to participate in non-school activities. Coaches may not instruct non-school coaches on skills,team strategies, or line-up. It is a violation for a school coach to handle money for a non-school team involving students in their attendance zone. Athletes may not help during a camp or club activity.

13 ATHLETIC PAPERWORK 1.PHYSICAL EXAMINATIONS MUST BE ON FILE BEFORE ANY ATHLETE CAN WORK OUT OR COMPETE. (MUST USE REVISED 1/6/2009 PHYSICAL FORM) 2.CONCUSSION ACKNOWLEDGEMENT FORM (NEW) 3.PARENT OR GUARDIAN PERMISSION. 4.ACKNOWLEDGEMENT OF RULES *PREVIOUS FORMS INVALID **PARENTS CANNOT OVERIDE A DOCTORS EXCUSE. 13

14 Athlete Safety Training Coaches must conduct Safety Training for all their student athletes. School must download Safety Training Power Point presentation and show to athletes. Athletes must sign to prove that training that has occurred. Safety training will be available to parents through Athletic Website. Multisport athletes must attend the safety training session provided by each coach of sports they join. 14

15 Eligibility for the 1 st 6 Weeks STUDENTS BEGINNING 7 TH GRADE MUST HAVE BEEN ACADEMICALLY PROMOTED. STUDENTS BEGINNING 8 TH GRADE MUST HAVE BEEN PROMOTED FROM THE 7 TH GRADE. STUDENTS MAY PRACTICE BUT MAY NOT COMPETE WHEN NOT ACADEMICALLY ELIGILIBLE. 15

16 Section 1478 AGE REQUIREMENTS For 7 th Grade athletic competition an athlete may not be 14 on or before September 1 st. For 8 th Grade competition an athlete may not be 15 on or before Sept. 1 st. There are other guidelines for overage athletes-please refer specific questions to Athletic Department. 6 th Grade students may not practice with or compete against junior high students. 16

17 General Regulations for Athletic Practice and Competition No game, scrimmage, or tournament shall begin prior to the end of the academic school day for all participants. A team may not practice for more than 8 hours outside the school day. Maximum length of any single practice session is 3 hours When more than one practice is held, there shall be at least one hour of rest in between. (Football requires a 2 hour rest). Athletes shall not engage in more than 5 hours of practice a day. School week begins at 12:01 AM on first day of instruction and ends at the end of school on last day of instruction. No Sunday practice or participation. 17

18 No Pass, No Play – A student who receives a a grade below 70 at the end of any grading period in any class may not compete until all classes are passed the next grading period and grace period is fulfilled. – There is no point credit for advanced courses (Pre-AP) at MS. – All schools must check grades for all participants at the end of the 1 st six weeks of the school year. – Students who pass all classes remain eligible until the end of the next grading period. 18

19 No Pass, No Play (con’t)  In regards to eligibility: make up work can not be completed after a grading period has ended, unless the student has received an incomplete.  An incomplete grade must be made up before an athlete may compete.  An athlete may regain eligibility if ineligibility was caused by a teacher error, mechanical error, or teacher not following district grading policy.  All students are eligible during a school holiday of a full calendar week or more. 19

20 Soccer, Baseball, Volleyball, Softball, Basketball & Football One game or scrimmage may be played per calendar week. Football: There must be a minimum of 5 days between contests. Practices shall not begin prior to the first day of school. Please download a copy of the UIL Junior High Coaches’ Manual. All coaches must read and refer to the NFHS Rule Books for rules and regulations for each sport. 20

21 Cross Country & Track No team or student shall compete in more that 6 meets including the District meet. Meets are limited to one per calendar week. Practice shall not begin prior to the first day of school. Please download a copy of the UIL Junior High Coaches’ Manual and refer to the NFHS Track & Field and Cross Country Rule Book for any rules and regulations. 21

22 Inclement Weather Campus Administration and Athletic Department will make decision in regard to cancellation of games due to weather. Contests which have to be canceled due to weather or other circumstances shall not be rescheduled unless there is an open week within the season. 22

23 Sportsmanship and Behavior As coaches, we are responsible for the behavior of our athletes. Positive behavior is expected from our fans- paying to get into a game does not give them a right to be negative. A positive relationship between coaches and officials is always important. Please think twice before you react in a negative manner. Any coach who is ejected for unsportsmanlike conduct, or a Football coach who is given 2 or more 15-yard unsportsmanlike penalties during a contest, is required to appear before the State Executive Committee at the coaches expense. Schools must notify UIL within 3 school days if a coach has been ejected or received two 15 yard unsportsmanlike penalties. Please follow chain of command. 23

24 Game Procedures Cannot protest the results of a game after the officials have declared a winner. Officials decisions must be honored. Make sure that you speak to officials before they leave game site if there is an item of discussion (not if it involves a judgment call). A game cannot be terminated by a coach. Each contest must be played in full. Administrator in charge must introduce themselves to the officials and be present during the contest. 24

25 Coaches Expectations Emphasize that a student’s first responsibility is to be a student. Coaches must focus on instilling good values and building character through sports opportunities Cut as few kids as possible. (Maximum Participation) All athletes that suit out must play. Structure practices so that they are a positive experience for athletes. Always treat players with respect. Always offer assistance for improvement and words of encouragement. 25

26 Emphasize that all athletes, regardless of playing ability, follow all regulations. Emphasize improvement (not just winning) as a sign of success. Remember that you are part of the teaching faculty and coaching staff – please follow all rules and regulations. 26

27 Player Participation Participation: A player suited out will participate in game. The amount of playing time is at the discretion of the coach. All reports, concerns and problems must go through your Campus Athletic Coordinator and Principal and then Athletic Department. Team managers must be eligible and must fill out paperwork. 27

28 Hazing: Hazing is any act that causes or is likely to cause bodily danger, physical harm, or personal degradation resulting in physical or mental harm for the purposes of pledging, initiation into, holding office in, or maintaining membership in an organization. 28

29 Hazing Components Humiliating, degrading, emotionally and / or physical harmful activities. Behavior expected to join or maintain full status in a group. Hazing can occur regardless of a person’s willingness to participate 29

30 Typical Arguments Asserted for Hazing Traditions /Rituals: Team building and character building Create unity, loyalty, discipline, and team spirit Reassure senior group members that newcomers value membership 30

31 Most Common Defenses To Allegations Of Hazing Victims gave “consent” It was just “horseplay” It is tradition – Something that has “always” had been done Peer Pressure 31

32 (a) A person commits an offense if the person: 1)Engages in hazing; 2)Solicits, encourages, directs, aids, or attempts to aid another in engaging in hazing; 3)Recklessly permits hazing to occur; or 4)Has firsthand knowledge of the planning of a specific hazing incident involving a student in an educational institution, or has first hand knowledge that a specific hazing incident has occurred, and knowing fails to report that knowledge in writing to the dean of students of other appropriate official of the institution. (b) The offense of failing to report is a Class B misdemeanor. (c) Any other offense under this section that does not cause serious bodily injury to another is a Class B misdemeanor. (d) any other offense under this section that causes serious bodily injury to another is a Class A misdemeanor. (e) Any other offense under this section that causes death of another is a state jail felony. 32 Texas Education Code Personal Hazing Offense

33 ( a) An organization commits an offense if the organization condones or encourages hazing or if an officer or any combination of members, pledges, or alumni of the organization commits or assists in the commission of hazing. (b) An offense under this section is a misdemeanor punishable by: 1.A fine of not less than $5,000 nor more than $10,000; or 2.If the court finds that the offense caused personal injury, property damage, or other loss, a fine of not less than $5000 not more than double the amount lost or expenses incurred because of the injury, damage, or loss. 33 Texas Education Code Organization Hazing Offense

34 Texas Education Code Consent Not a Defense It is not a defense to prosecution of an offense under this subchapter that the person against whom the hazing was directed consented to or acquiesced in the hazing activity. Texas Education Code Offenses in Addition to Other Penal Provisions This subchapter does not affect or repeal any law of this state. This subchapter does not limit or affect the right of an educational institution to enforce it’s own penalties against hazing. 34

35 Coaches Responsibility Address It Supervise Put a STOP to it Report it 35

36 Contact Information – DISTRICT ATHLETIC DIRECTOR PAULA GONZALEZ: – ATHLETIC DEPARTMENT SECRETARIES Vanessa Castaneda – Secretary Norma Mancha – Bookkeeper OFFICE FAX:

37 MS CAMPUS ATHLETIC COORDINATORS – Brown: Christopher Loya/Olympia Luna – Cathey : Luis Vela – De Leon : Juan Garza – Fossum: Rene Saenz – Lincoln : Rick Romero – Morris : Bill Cameron – Travis: Ralph Rodriguez 37

38 THANK YOU! BEST OF LUCK! Have a Great Season and A Great Year!!! 38


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