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2 Parent Orientation GLEN BURNIE HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETIC DEPARTMENT WEBSITE: GBHSAthletics.digitalsports.com

3 Athletic Administration Administrative Athletic Liaison –Mr. Clayton Main Office (Ext. 260) Athletic Director –Mr. Bruce Sider (Ext. 281)- Assistant Athletic Director –Mr. Doug Schreiber (Ext.281) Academic Advisor –Mr. Ryan Woods ( M215 )

4 Gopher Nation - Online Store

5 Due Process *INHERENT RISK OF INJURY –Serious injuries and even death can occur despite the best reasoned efforts of our coaches to teach proper techniques. –Accidents will happen. –Anytime a Student/Athlete visits a doctor due to injury, a written release from a doctor must be presented, in order for that student/athlete to return to participation *INHERENT RISK OF INJURY –Serious injuries and even death can occur despite the best reasoned efforts of our coaches to teach proper techniques. –Accidents will happen. –Anytime a Student/Athlete visits a doctor due to injury, a written release from a doctor must be presented, in order for that student/athlete to return to participation

6 $5.00 Admission Fee ALL STADIUM EVENTS ANYONE OVER THE AGE OF 6 YEARS

7 $5.00 Admission Fee To ensure student and participant safety, AACPS has a strict “NO RE-ENTRY” policy Once you enter the event – if you leave you must pay to re-enter

8 Injuries No athlete returns to participation after visiting a physician for an injury until the Athletic Director and the Athletic Trainer receive a release in writing from the doctor.

9 Any player showing signs of concussion MUST be removed from all activity and parents must be advised to visit an emergency facility or be transported by ambulance to the hospital without delay. Parents should receive Notification of Head Injury Form

10 No player returns to play from a concussion without the Athletic Director receiving the Return to Play Form signed by a Concussion Specialist AND the Athletic Trainer’s approval.

11 Social Media Guidelines for Student / Athletes HAND-OUT Everything you post is public information What you post may affect your future Similar to comments made in person, we will not tolerate disrespectful comments and behavior online

12 Social Media Guidelines for Student / Athletes In short, do not have a false sense of security about your rights to freedom of speech. Understand that freedom of speech is not unlimited. The on-line social network sites are NOT a place where you can say and do whatever you want without repercussions. Any of the above actions, but not limited to, may be considered conduct detrimental to the team.

13  HAZING: Hazing as defined by State Law will not be tolerated at Glen Burnie High School. Violations will result in administrative action and possible prosecution.  Maryland Hazing Law :§ 268H. Hazing students prohibited  (a) Haze defined. -- In this section "haze" means doing any act or causing any situation which recklessly or intentionally subjects a student to the risk of serious bodily injury for the purpose of initiation into a student organization of a school, college, or university.  (b) Violation constitutes misdemeanor; penalty. -- A person who hazes a student so as to cause serious bodily injury to the student at any school, college, or university is guilty of a misdemeanor and, on conviction, is subject to a fine of not more than $500, or imprisonment for not more than 6 months, or both.  (c) Consent of student not defense. -- The implied or expressed consent of a student to hazing may not be a defense under this section. Hazing:

14 *CONCERNS SHOULD BE ADDRESSED TO THE COACH FIRST, BY ARRANGING A MEETING. *We request that you use this *CHAIN OF COMMAND : 1.WITH THE COACH 2.WITH THE ATHLETIC DIRECTOR (ext.281) 3.WITH THE ADMINISTRATOR IN CHARGE OF ATHLETICS (Mr. Culp - ext.260) 4.WITH THE PRINCIPAL (Ms. Plitt) 5.WITH THE COORDINATOR OF ATHLETICS *CONCERNS SHOULD BE ADDRESSED TO THE COACH FIRST, BY ARRANGING A MEETING. *We request that you use this *CHAIN OF COMMAND : 1.WITH THE COACH 2.WITH THE ATHLETIC DIRECTOR (ext.281) 3.WITH THE ADMINISTRATOR IN CHARGE OF ATHLETICS (Mr. Culp - ext.260) 4.WITH THE PRINCIPAL (Ms. Plitt) 5.WITH THE COORDINATOR OF ATHLETICS

15 Scholastic Eligibility Code Academic Eligibility

16 ACADEMIC PROBATION *A GBHS student on academic probation: 1. Must attend 12 academic assistance sessions monitored by the academic advisor. 2. May participate in interscholastic athletic practices 3. Must attend a conference with the academic advisor to review their eligibility status on the 16 th day of probation. *Students who are still not academically eligible at the conclusion of the 16-day academic probation period are ineligible to practice or play for the remainder of that sport season.

17 Daily Attendance Student/Athletes MUST be in school ALL day in order to qualify to practice or play in a game. This includes legally coded late arrivals or early dismissals. Permission WILL be granted for extenuating circumstances ONLY when the request is received by Mr. Culp at least 24 hours in advance of the absence.

18 SECTION 6: ATTENDANCE C. As a result of administration verification of a class cutting or truancy, for any part of the school day, the student will be ineligible to compete in the next event. A second offense of a class cutting or truancy, or a combination of the two, during the same sport season, will result in the removal of the student from the team for the remainder of the sport season. Multiple days of class cutting or multiple days of truancy satisfy the rule for second offense and the student athlete will be removed from the team for the remainder of the sport season.

19 ATTENDANCE TO PRACTICE We expect Student/Athletes to ATTEND daily practices Absences WILL result in lost playing time ATTENDANCE TO PRACTICE We expect Student/Athletes to ATTEND daily practices Absences WILL result in lost playing time

20 WEATHER RELATED ITEMS: When schools are canceled for weather, or released early - there is NO practice and all games are canceled – [Canceled games are rescheduled to the NEXT AVAILABLE DAY] When there is a delayed opening – – [There Will Be Practice and Games Will Be Conducted] When there are extended days off due to weather, coaches will be informed when practice restrictions have been lifted.

21 ATHLETIC PARTICIPATION IN THE PUBLIC SCHOOL IS A PRIVILEGE NOT A RIGHT *Playing time will be lost when student/athletes are absent, show poor work ethics or commit acts that do not reflect that of a person of good character.

22 SECTION 7: CONDUCT OF ATHLETES D. A student athlete who has been suspended or expelled from school for violation of any Board of Education policy or regulation governing assaults by students, possession and use of weapons and dangerous implements by students, alcoholic beverages, controlled dangerous substances or other intoxicants, use of tobacco by students or expelled for any other reason, will be prohibited from participating in interscholastic sports programs for at least the remainder of the season in which the infraction occurred, and may be subject to such other athletic sanctions as the principal deems appropriate.

23 AACPS POLICY Any conduct deemed detrimental to the student athlete, team and/or overall good of the program, anytime, on and off campus, can result in penalties ranging from verbal reprimand to expulsion from the team

24 CONDUCT OF SPECTATORS: A.The supervising personnel at an athletic function are required to maintain and enforce appropriate conduct of the spectators. 1.Spectators represent their schools, as do athletes. 2. Spectators are expected to demonstrate the highest standards of sportsmanship. 3. Booing, taunting, inappropriate cheers, or attempts to intimidate athletes, coaching staffs, event personnel, administrators, officials and opponents are unacceptable behaviors. Spectators should support and cheer for their teams in a positive manner. CONDUCT OF SPECTATORS: A.The supervising personnel at an athletic function are required to maintain and enforce appropriate conduct of the spectators. 1.Spectators represent their schools, as do athletes. 2. Spectators are expected to demonstrate the highest standards of sportsmanship. 3. Booing, taunting, inappropriate cheers, or attempts to intimidate athletes, coaching staffs, event personnel, administrators, officials and opponents are unacceptable behaviors. Spectators should support and cheer for their teams in a positive manner.

25 CONDUCT OF SPECTATORS: 4. Spectators who exhibit unacceptable behavior will be asked to leave the contest without reimbursement of game fees and will not be permitted to re-enter that contest. Further disciplinary action may be imposed by the school principal. 5. Spectators will not be permitted to leave and reenter without paying a second admission. 6. Spectators must comply with the A.A. County Public Schools' alcohol, drug, and tobacco policies. 10. School dress code extends to athletic contests. 11. During contest, spectators may not play catch or pickup games inside the stadium or gymnasium. 12. Artificial Noisemakers are prohibited at athletic events. CONDUCT OF SPECTATORS: 4. Spectators who exhibit unacceptable behavior will be asked to leave the contest without reimbursement of game fees and will not be permitted to re-enter that contest. Further disciplinary action may be imposed by the school principal. 5. Spectators will not be permitted to leave and reenter without paying a second admission. 6. Spectators must comply with the A.A. County Public Schools' alcohol, drug, and tobacco policies. 10. School dress code extends to athletic contests. 11. During contest, spectators may not play catch or pickup games inside the stadium or gymnasium. 12. Artificial Noisemakers are prohibited at athletic events.


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