Presentation on theme: "Granville Exempted Village Schools winter 2012-2013 Athletic All-Sports Meeting Athletic Director Kevin Jarrett Laura Whittington, Secretary."— Presentation transcript:
Granville Exempted Village Schools winter Athletic All-Sports Meeting Athletic Director Kevin Jarrett Laura Whittington, Secretary
Granville Exempted Village Schools Administration Jeff Brown–Superintendent Ryan Bernath – Principal GHS MatT Durst – Asst Prin GHS Lisa Ormond – Principal GMS Middle School AD/Dean of Students – Dustin Grime
winter High School Head Coaches Bowling – Sue Bishop Cheerleading – ashley vogelmeier Girls’ Basketball – Sue Borchers Boys’ Basketball – adam teeters Strength/Cond – Clint Cox Wrestling – Marvin Bright Competetion Cheerleading – stephanie longo Boys’ Swimming – Kevin Yates Girls’ Swimming – Kevin Yates
middle School winter Head Coaches 7 th BOYS’ basketball – Paul Drake 8 th Boys’ Basketball – Sean Rainey Wrestling – Steve Mendicino and bill sanders 7 th girls' basketball – Jerry aleshire 8 th girls’ Basketball – Tiera cramer Cheerleading – Ashley Peck & Melissa Adams
Granville Athletic Training Brei Miller Office located at NE corner of HS Gym Office: Cell
MRSA PREVENTION!!! – –Wash hands – –Shower regularly – –Wash practice/game clothing when dirty – –Follow good hygiene practices If suspected, find ATC or make appointment with physician – –Beginning stages look like acne (swollen, red, painful, pus filled)
ImPACT Concussion management software A tool to aid in RTP decisions All athletes in contact/collision sports will take a baseline test If concussion sustained, a follow up test is taken for comparison Test consists of small units designed to test reaction speed, memory, attention span and non-verbal problem solving among others
OHSAA Video – “GO FOR THE GOLD” for concussion information
Paperwork Physical exams and Emergency Medical forms (available on Granville Athletic Website): –Must be completed prior to any participation –Expire at end of current school year
SUBSTANCE ABUSE POLICY This policy is NOW YEAR ROUND! –Outlined in Extracurricular handbook (available on-line) Granville Schools Website –Call with questions
ELIGBILITY HS AND ms Eligibility HS AND ms Eligibility –OHSAA Standard - Passing 5 one-credit classes or the equivalent the previous grading period –Granville standard or higher gpa –Do not drop any class without consulting Coach, AD, or guidance
Handbook Policy GRANVILLE EXEMPTED VILLAGE SCHOOL DISTRICT EXTRACURRICULAR SUBSTANCE ABUSE/TOBACCO POLICY Consequences for Violations At all violation levels the student/athlete must enroll in and be working toward completion of: 1) an assessment conducted or supervised by a licensed chemical dependency counselor approved by the Ohio Department of Alcohol & Drug addiction Services and 2) any education or counseling recommended by the counselor to its completion.
First Offense during the student's school career 1. Loss of any leadership position activities for the remainder of the year and may not receive MVP or other post- activity school honors. 2. Suspension from 10% of the scheduled regular season athletic contests. Any partial game suspensions shall round to the next whole game (Ex: 2.1 = 3). 2. Suspension from 10% of the scheduled regular season athletic contests. Any partial game suspensions shall round to the next whole game (Ex: 2.1 = 3). 3. The percentage of suspension not completed would carry over to the next season/activity
Second Offense during the student’s school career 1. Loss of any leadership position activities for the remainder of the year and may not receive MVP or other post-activity school honors. 2. Suspension from 25% of the scheduled regular season athletic contests. Any partial game suspensions shall round to the next whole game (Ex: 2.1 = 3). 2. Suspension from 25% of the scheduled regular season athletic contests. Any partial game suspensions shall round to the next whole game (Ex: 2.1 = 3). 3. The percentage of suspension not completed would carry over to the next season/activity.
Third Offense during the student's school career 1. The student is removed from all extracurricular activities for one calendar year of the date of the infraction meeting. 2. After one year of the suspension has been served, the student may apply to the Athletic Director for reinstatement. The final determination of reinstatement is at the sole discretion of the Athletic Director and Principal. The student may apply each year for reinstatement.
Fourth Offense during the student’s school career The student is removed from all extracurricular activities permanently from the date of the infraction meeting.
Tobacco, Alcohol and Other Drug Prevention We all must work together Parents must be partners to prevent use Show by parent networks and promoting alcohol free and other drug free events State your position openly and clearly and enforce rules Verify child's whereabouts Set appropriate examples
Tobacco, Alcohol and Other Drug Prevention Over the years there have been rumors and instances of parents providing alcohol at parties in their homes. This is ILLEGAL and a violation of the Athletic Policy and will be dealt with accordingly.
Athletic Department Philosophy Athletes are at a prime age to learn: Good sportsmanship True meaning of competition Develop personal qualities to become successful citizens Athletic Program Goal: Develop Total Individual Emotional Social Intellectual Physical
State and School Eligibility Standards OHSAA Athletic Eligibility Bulletin –Available on-line at ohsaa.org *Drop down under eligibility *Click on eligibility guide –Read and become familiar with it –School eligibility outlined in Student Athletic Handbook
Insurance You must have insurance to participate in athletics. If you need insurance see me or your coach for forms to purchase insurance. It can purchased for the season or for the full school year.
Booster Club Fred Wolf – President Invitation to join - Family Membership $25 *Business Membership $50 We need your involvement and help!!!! –We are asking everyone to sign up to work at least one event. You don’t have to work the event your son/daughter is playing. Meetings held in IT Room on the second Wednesday of the month at 7:00pm
Points of Emphasis Tardies & Appointments – –Outlined in school handbook – –Call with questions – –This will be enforced! HS Eligibility – –OHSAA Bulletin – –Passing 5 one-credit classes or the equivalent the previous grading period – –Do not drop any class without consulting with coach or AD first
QUESTIONS? Thank you for your attendance and attention.