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Welcome Bronco Parents and Student Athletes!. Lee’s Summit North Activity Department Vision We all need to be in the same boat rowing in the same direction.

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1 Welcome Bronco Parents and Student Athletes!

2 Lee’s Summit North Activity Department Vision We all need to be in the same boat rowing in the same direction. We all need to be in the same boat rowing in the same direction.

3 Mission and Vision Statement  We will be working on a Mission/Vision Statement for the Activities Department during the school year  We will be looking to have parents, coaches and athletes involved in the process  JCHS example JCHS example JCHS example

4 Parent Video Reminders Parent PSA Parent PSA Parent PSA #2 Parent PSA #2

5 LSN Athletic Trainers Steve Taylor - 21st year, 20th at LSNHS Jessica DeWitt - 12th year, 1st at LSNHS * Certified Athletic Trainers NOT Personal Trainers * Health Care Providers trained in the Recognition, Evaluation, Prevention and Treatment of Injuries * State Licensed w/ the Board of Healing Arts, similar to Nurses, PT’s, Dr’s, etc *Here to PROTECT the Safety of all of our athletes

6 Doctor Notes -We prefer to see the athletes before going to a doctor if possible -Once you go to a doctor: -Must have a written document stating limitations and status stating limitations and status -All notes will be followed as written -NO note- NO practice or play

7 Concussions - ALL CONCUSSIONS MUST GO THROUGH THE ATR, PRIOR TO PLAY. -All Contact / Collision athletes will take Impact Neurocognitive Test- ImPACT -Gives us data to compare if/when an athlete sustains a concussion -We must follow State Concussion policy for return to play for all concussions. - - We have a physician that comes to the school every Tuesday to evaluate our athletes.

8 Preferred Healthcare Providers (if possible) -Rockhill Orthopedics *Larry Frevert *Jay Rapley *Gary Go -Boost PT and Sports Performance -Truman Med Center Lakewood

9 Sports Physicals MSHSAA Physical Forms have changed to include a more comprehensive exam that includes signing a waiver that states that you and your parents have read the new concussion packet regarding the dangers of concussions. The concussion packets are linked to our school website. *Completed physicals include all four pages (this can be accessed on the LSN web site): medical check-up, health record, insurance, concussion review, parent and student signatures. Physical must be current for year.

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11 WHAT YOU AS A STUDENT-ATHLETE NEED TO KNOW… NCAA and NAIA Clearinghouse Eligibility

12 Estimated Probability of Competing in Athletics Beyond the High School Interscholastic Level Note

13 1. LET YOUR HIGH SCHOOL COUNSELOR KNOW, BY MAKING CONTACT WITH THEM AT THE BEGINNING OF EACH SCHOOL YEAR. 2. LET YOUR HIGH SCHOOL COACH AND/OR CLUB COACH KNOW 3. VISIT THE NCAA AND/OR NAIA CLEARINGHOUSE WEBSITES FOR INFORMATION 4. COMPLETE THE REQUIRED ELIGIBILITY FORM ON- LINE AND FOLLOW THE STEPS OF THE CLEARINGHOUSE AT THE BEGINNING OF THE JUNIOR YEAR IF POSSIBLE. If you are thinking about playing sports at the college level, then you should…

14 VISIT THE FOLLOWING WEBSITE: NCAA Division I and II

15 Meeting NCAA Eligibility Requirements Student/Parent should review their high school courses to be sure they are approved by the NCAA Clearinghouse Approved courses can be found on the NCAA Clearinghouse website High School Counselors will help with this, if you ask them to. Student/Parent should review the ACT/SAT score requirements and take the ACT/SAT exams Send scores directly to NCAA Clearinghouse Student/Parent should review the “core” GPA requirements for eligibility Only NCAA approved courses count towards “core” GPA Student/Parent should request that their high school transcript be sent to the NCAA Clearinghouse as soon as they register with the Clearinghouse. Student/Parent monitors eligibility status on the NCAA Clearinghouse website on a regular basis.

16 Important NCAA Core Course Info ► Technical English is DENIED (won’t count as core) ► College Prep Math is DENIED (won’t count as core) ► Intermediate Algebra II is DENIED (won’t count as core) ► Intro to Algebra II is DENIED (won’t count as core) ► Reading Lab is DENIED (won’t count as core) ► Pre-Calculus or College Algebra (1 unit max awarded) ► Algebra/Geometry I, II, III (each count as.67) ► Debate and Advanced Debate (together count as 1.0 core) ► Please be aware of how your courses will or will NOT meet the 16 core requirement! Please speak with your counselor if you have questions.

17 VISIT THE FOLLOWING WEBSITE: NAIA

18 MEETING NCAA OR NAIA CLEARINGHOUSE REQUIREMENTS DOES NOT MAKE A STUDENT AUTOMATICALLY ELIGIBLE FOR A COLLEGE. THE STUDENT MUST ALSO MEET THE COLLEGE ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS! IT IS ULTIMATELY THE STUDENT AND PARENT’S RESPONSIBILITY TO MAKE SURE THE STUDENT MEETS NCAA/NAIA REQUIREMENTS! THE HIGH SCHOOL COUNSELORS AND COACHES ARE AVAILABLE FOR SUPPORT! CAUTION…

19 Partnership with our SRO MSHSAA By-Law & self-reporting MSHSAA By-Law & self-reporting Citizenship & legal choices Citizenship & legal choices Security & Theft Security & Theft School Resource Officer—Rodger Bowers School Resource Officer—Rodger Bowers

20 Partnership in Supervision Students are required to be under the direct supervision of a coach at all times. Students are required to be under the direct supervision of a coach at all times. Coaches take their responsibility for the safety of your athletes seriously and will not leave until all students have departed the campus. Coaches take their responsibility for the safety of your athletes seriously and will not leave until all students have departed the campus. Please pick up students no later than 15 minutes past the ending of practices or games. Please pick up students no later than 15 minutes past the ending of practices or games.

21 Partnership in Security Please remind your student-athletes to lock up all valuables. Please remind your student-athletes to lock up all valuables. These can be secured by: These can be secured by: 1. Locking them in their lockers 2. Keeping them with them by the bench 3. Giving them to coaches to lock in the coaches offices. DO NOT LEAVE THEM UNATTENDED IN LOCKER ROOMS OR HALLWAYS!

22 Citizenship & ATOD Student Accountability R-7 Policies and Expectations

23  Alcohol, Tobacco and Drugs  Attending Parties where illegal activities are taking place  Instagram, Twitter, Facebook & other internet pictures/issues  Hazing  Violations with the Law  Public use of Profanity, Disrespect or Vandalism. Bottom Line: You represent yourself, your parents, coaches & your Teams in all you do. Act with Pride and Dignity!

24  Credible citizens are:  Students who are not under school suspension as a result of disciplinary consequences  Students who adhere to the R-7 chemical use and possession policy  Students who do not attend parties where minors possess or use alcohol and/or possess or use non-prescriptive drugs  Students who choose not to be present where illegal activities are occurring  Students who are in good standing with the judicial and/or legal system

25 Chemical Abuse Consequences Summary In force during school year, summer—365 days In force during school year, summer—365 days Number of the violation can result from missing 40% of the season through the severity of 365 days suspension or removal from the team Number of the violation can result from missing 40% of the season through the severity of 365 days suspension or removal from the team 10 hours of counseling must be fulfilled prior to reinstatement to athletic programs 10 hours of counseling must be fulfilled prior to reinstatement to athletic programs Violation percentages carry over from season to season. Violation percentages carry over from season to season. Please read the R-7 District policy in the Athletic and Activities Handbook. Please read the R-7 District policy in the Athletic and Activities Handbook.

26 Partnership in Communication New school activity website- New school activity website- LSN Website— LSN Website— Text: “Follow LSNActivities” to Text: “Follow LSNActivities” to 40404

27 Best Communication Practices If you have a concern to discuss with a coach/staff advisor, the following procedure should be followed: If you have a concern to discuss with a coach/staff advisor, the following procedure should be followed: –Call the coach/staff advisor to set up an appointment –Please do not attempt to confront a coach/staff advisor before, during, or after a contest or practice. These can be highly emotional times for both the parent and the coach/staff advisor. Meetings of this nature usually do not promote positive resolution

28 Parent Communication to Coaches Communication that Coaches/Staff Advisors Expect from Parents: Communication that Coaches/Staff Advisors Expect from Parents: –Concerns should be expressed directly to the coach/staff advisor –Notification of any schedule conflicts should be shared well in advance –An appointment should be scheduled to discuss any specific concern in regard to a coach’s/staff advisor’s philosophy and/or expectations if there is ever a question

29 LSNHS & R-7 DISTRICT INFORMATION, EXPECTATIONS AND POLICIES

30 Sportsmanship Guidelines All players, coaches, parents, and other fans attending any interscholastic event are expected to: All players, coaches, parents, and other fans attending any interscholastic event are expected to: –Maintain pride for self and our school –Maintain high standards of conduct at all times –Not engage in disrespectful chants, including personal remarks directed at players and officials –No use of profanity or implied profanity –Not sit on the front row of the bleachers. –No standing is allowed on the field house floor –Cheer for the Broncos– not against the other team

31 Activity Attendance Guidelines Students must be in attendance a minimum of the last four class periods of the day to participate in any activity scheduled for the day. Students must be in attendance a minimum of the last four class periods of the day to participate in any activity scheduled for the day. Exceptions are granted with administrative approval only. Exceptions are granted with administrative approval only. If students come to school and leave during the day for health reasons, they may not return or participate that day in activities without administrative approval. If students come to school and leave during the day for health reasons, they may not return or participate that day in activities without administrative approval. Each individual coach/sponsor has the authority to set more restrictive attendance requirements and most already do. Each individual coach/sponsor has the authority to set more restrictive attendance requirements and most already do.

32 There is a $50 pay to play fee for LSN students competing in MSHSAA sponsored activities and athletes. MSHSAA Activity/Athletic Participation Fees Information

33 When Do I Pay? You may pay at Registration in August for all the Activities and/or Athletics you’ll be participating in throughout the school year. You may pay at Registration in August for all the Activities and/or Athletics you’ll be participating in throughout the school year. Pay at the beginning of the season in Activities/Athletics when the teams are selected. (Payment will be made in the Activities Office with Ms. Wissler) Pay at the beginning of the season in Activities/Athletics when the teams are selected. (Payment will be made in the Activities Office with Ms. Wissler) A student will not be able to participate interscholastically for LSN until pay to play is cleared. A student will not be able to participate interscholastically for LSN until pay to play is cleared.

34 How to Protect An Athlete’s Eligibility MSHSAA Eligibility Requirements

35 Academic Eligibility A student must earn a minimum of 3 credits. A student must earn a minimum of 3 credits. Note: Each student must pass a minimum of 3.0 credits or 6 classes during the previous semester of participation in order to be eligible. A student must be enrolled in a minimum of 3 credits during his/her semester of participation. A student must be enrolled in a minimum of 3 credits during his/her semester of participation. During the sports season, the student may not participate as a member of a non-school team in the same sport (check with your LSN coach or AD for any MSHSAA sports’ exceptions and other eligibility scenarios). During the sports season, the student may not participate as a member of a non-school team in the same sport (check with your LSN coach or AD for any MSHSAA sports’ exceptions and other eligibility scenarios).

36 Privilege or Right? Eligibility is a PRIVILEGE to be granted by the school to a student. Eligibility is a PRIVILEGE to be granted by the school to a student. Eligibility is NOT A STUDENT’S RIGHT BY LAW. Eligibility is NOT A STUDENT’S RIGHT BY LAW. Precedent-setting legal cases have determined that eligibility is a privilege to be granted only if the student meets all standards adopted by the schools. Precedent-setting legal cases have determined that eligibility is a privilege to be granted only if the student meets all standards adopted by the schools. Be sure and protect your privilege to participate as a Bronco. Be sure and protect your privilege to participate as a Bronco.

37  Student leadership group that meets once a month  Students from all grade levels and all activities  Collecting commitment forms tonight SAAC Student Activity Advisory Council


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