Presentation on theme: "H onorable & XX O utstanding XX W ork XX E thics XX L ast a XX L i fetime! Winter Parent Meeting Howell High School Athletic Office 1200 W. Grand River."— Presentation transcript:
H onorable & XX O utstanding XX W ork XX E thics XX L ast a XX L i fetime! Winter Parent Meeting Howell High School Athletic Office 1200 W. Grand River Avenue - Howell, Michigan 48843 Office (517) 540-8335 fax (517) 548-6339 www.howellschools.com Howell High School Athletic Office 1200 W. Grand River Avenue - Howell, Michigan 48843 Office (517) 540-8335 fax (517) 548-6339 www.howellschools.com H onorable & XX O utstanding XX W ork XX E thics XX L ast a XX L i fetime! Howell High School
Tentative Itinerary www.highschoolsports.net 517-548-6335 www.howellschools.com 6:30-7:00PM (approximately): AD’s Presentation Main Auditorium 7:00-8:00PM (approximately): Individual Program Presentation Each sport will be assigned a space for their meeting. 8:00-8:20PM (approximately): Seasonal Coaches Meeting Auditorium - Lecture #1
I N T R O D U C T I O N S SuperintendentRonald Wilson Principal Jason Schrock Athletic DirectorDan Hutcheson Athletic SecretaryCathy VanOflen Boosters Lisa McQueen CoachesWINTER TrainerJoe Ewald Staff Mary Benear SuperintendentRonald Wilson Principal Jason Schrock Athletic DirectorDan Hutcheson Athletic SecretaryCathy VanOflen Boosters Lisa McQueen CoachesWINTER TrainerJoe Ewald Staff Mary Benear I N T R O D U C T I O N S
HOWELL HISTORY “Central Six” Howell’s First League 1927 1927“Central Michigan” League 1933 1933“Little Seven” East Lansing, Eaton Rapids, Charlotte, Grand Ledge, Hastings, Howell, Mason (later Hastings was dropped as it was too far away…) 1948 1948Howell joins the newly formed “Capital Circuit” league “Highlanders” officially becomes the mascot (Paul Bennett decided both) Howell’s original colors were Green and Gold. (Gold was more like Notre Dame). Howell began using more Yellow in the early 1960’s (probably because of the popularity of the Green Bay Packers…) 1979 1979Howell joins the “Kensington Valley Conference” Brighton, Hartland, Howell, Lakeland, Milford, Novi, Pinckney, South Lyon2008
www.highschoolsports.net 517-548-6335 www.howellschools.com Physicals MUST be dated on or after APRIL 15 of the previous school year OCTOBER FRIOctober 31Quarter I Ends NOVEMBER SUNNovember 2Day Light Savings MONNovember 3Quarter II Begins November 26-28NO SCHOOL – Thanksgiving Break DECEMBER MONDecember 1Classes Resume DEC 22 - JAN 2NO SCHOOL – Holiday Break JANUARY MONJanuary 5Classes Resume MONJanuary 19NO SCHOOL – MLK WEDJanuary 21 Semester 1 Ends THRJanuary 22Quarter III Begins IMPORTANT WINTER DATES BOOSTERS MEET THE 2ND WEDNESDAY OF EACH MONTH
tentative 14-15 CALENDAR MEETING1st PRACTICE FALL PARENT MEETING: AUG 4, 2014 AUG 11, 2014 AUG 13, 2014 “Heart Screening”: “Kenzie Classic”AUG 22-23, 2014 FALL PHOTO DATE: AUG 18, 2014 WINTER PARENT MEETING: OCT 27, 2014OCT 27, 2014 NOV 3, 2014 Jack Renkens “Recruiting Realities NOV 4, 2014 NOV 10, 2014 NOV 17, 2014 NOV 24, 2014 WINTER PHOTO DATE: DEC 1, 2014 SPRING PARENT MEETING: MAR 2, 2015 MAR 9, 2015 SPRING PHOTO DATE: MAR 25, 2015 PHYSICAL DAY: MAY 28, 2015 CHAMPIONSHIP SUMMIT: JUN 8, 2015 HALL OF FAME:June 18, 2015 MHSAA Summer “Dead Period”JULY 1 – JULY 8, 2014 HANDOUT PROVIDED MARK YOUR CALENDARS TODAY!
COLLEGE BOUND ATHLETES Athletes, parents and coaches should attended the “Recruiting Realities” seminar by Jack Renkens www.gameplan.comwww.gameplan.com If your child wants to compete in college, this FREE seminar was a MUST! be sure to check these important references: www.eligibilitycenter.org www.collegecoachesonline.com www.ncsasports.org NOV 4, 2014 7PM HHS AUD
PARTICIPATION FEES Board approved rates as of July, 2012 High SchoolMiddle School 1st Sport $0$0 2nd Sport$0$0 3rd Sport $0$0 Please remember…Some programs have specific “program” fees. See coach for details.
EVENT PRICING High School :No Charge – (Staff with ID, Pre School & Senior Citizens) $5.00(K – 62) Middle School: No Charge - (Staff with ID, Pre School & Senior Citizens) $2.00(Adults - 62) $1.00 (Students) Please note, other districts may charge more to attend m.s. events.
ATHLETIC PASSES $040.00 Student Yearly Pass $115.00Adult Individual Yearly Pass $225.00Family Yearly Pass: two (2) adults and students living at home $110.00Family Seasonal Pass: (Fall or Winter) * two (2) adults and students living at home $080.00Family Seasonal Pass: (Spring) * two (2) adults and students living at home $040.00 Highlander “Punch Pass” * Attend ten (10) events for the price of eight (8)! *passes accepted for all HOME middle and high school events, EXCEPT home tournaments, league and state tournaments.
Athletics & Co-Curricular Eligibility 1. MUST maintain a 2.0 GPA * Student MUST have earned this 2.0 GPA in the quarter or semester immediately preceding the beginning of the sport or activity. * GPA MUST be maintained throughout the period of continuous involvement in the co-curricular program. 2. MUST have passed five (5) or more classes in the quarter or semester immediately preceding the beginning of the sport or activity. * The student must continue to pass five (or more) classes through the period of continuous involvement in the co-curricular program. Be sure to pay close attention to grades at the end of the year. Summer school may be required to assure fall eligibility. Check with the athletic department for more details. 1
BEHAVIOR We ALL represent Howell High School... Represent with PRIDE! Personal responsibility Respect Integrity Discipline Enthusiasm (24-7 / 365) – “Facebook”, etc… A. Guests at student’s events B. Respect 1. The site of the contest 2. Game officials 3. Participants 4. Coaches 2
Riding Home After a Contest To ride home after an event with a parent or guardian, the following guidelines MUST be met: Student-athlete MUST bring a note from a parent/guardian to ANY administrator the morning of the event. (This will be signed during the day.) Student may pick up signed note at the end of the day. Student may ONLY be released to their parent or guardian. We will NOT release student-athletes to ride with other parents, students, or to drive themselves. 3
SECURITY Lockers Securing personal items SECURITY & WEATHER WEATHER Check web sites, or listen to WHMI for cancellations
What is one of the most important things a team needs to be successful, but typically no amount of practice can help? This same item is also the one thing that parents can truly effect, and typically it is negative… DBTP
Be supportive of your child. Be supportive of the coaching staff. Be supportive of the program. Be supportive of Howell Public Schools. Metaphorically speaking… the two (2) most dangerous places in sports… DBTP
Basketball – B: Main Aud (Bottom Left) Basketball – G: Main Aud (Top Left) Bowling – B & G: Main Aud (Top Right) Cheer: Main Aud (Bottom Right) Figure Skating: Aud Lobby (South) Gymnastics: Aud Lobby (Center) Hockey: Commons Area Pom Pon: Lecture #2 (Bottom) SBX - B & G: Lecture #2 (Top) Skiing - B & G: Aud Lobby (North) Swim & Dive - B: Coaches Classroom Wrestling: Wrestling Room www.highschoolsports.net 517-540-8335 www.howellschools.com B R E A K O U T L O C A T I O N S (to be concluded no later than 8:00PM) Thank You! PLEASE PROCEED TO YOUR TEAMS’ BREAKOUT SESSION (to be concluded no later than 8:00PM)