Presentation on theme: "Athletic Office Location – 1 st Floor, Southwest Building Entrance; across from gym. Hours of Operation – 8:00AM – 4:30PM Athletic Secretary – Ms. Laurie."— Presentation transcript:
Athletic Office Location – 1 st Floor, Southwest Building Entrance; across from gym. Hours of Operation – 8:00AM – 4:30PM Athletic Secretary – Ms. Laurie Adams Athletic Director – Mr. Jeremy Barkey
SPORTS MEDICINE Physicals – Included With Online Registration – Submit to Athletic Office Training Staff – Ken Smoot – Kate McManus Training Room Hours – 2:30pm – Last Practice/Game
PRACTICE PROCEDURES Monthly Practice Schedules. Cancelling Practice or Changing the Time of Practice. Policy for Missing Practice Arrival Times, Pick-up Time *All Information Above to be distributed by Coaches in Team Specific Seasonal Parent Meetings.
CONTEST PROCEDURES Schedules – Click “Athletic Calendar” on top menu bar of A2skylineeagles.com (team specific/live) – SEC Away venues listed under “Maps & Directions” tab. Transportation Policy – AAPS provides Out-of-Washtenaw, Weekday Travel. Transportation Forms – Private Vehicle Trans Form (Other Links) – ONLY if District Transportation Provided
Pay to Participate $250 + $30 Insurance Fee – Paid through Rec & Ed office @ Pioneer High or Online. – “Team Fees” are separate – Waiver Opportunities Free & Reduced (Through Athletic Office) Medicare/Medicaid Food Stamps Rec & Ed Scholarship (Apply Online)
ADMISSION Passes Accepted – Family ($135.00) – Individual ($75.00) – *NEW* AA High School Students FREE with ID. – Gate Prices - $5.00 (Ypsi) Game Workers – Please Volunteer with your coaches. (tickets, PA, clock, stats, etc.)
APPROPRIATE COMMUNICATION 24-Hour Rule – Post Game Confrontations are not beneficial Maintain Perspective – High School Sports aren’t JUST about the Wins & Losses. Encourage Self-Advocacy with your Athlete – Valuable life skill building opportunity.
EXPECTATIONS STUDENT-athletes – Maintain term GPA of 2.0 or higher – Must pass a minimum of 4/5 classes prior term Sportsmanship – Fans & Athletes – Loud & Appropriate! – Proper Treatment of Officials Code of Conduct – Included in Online Registration Form – Hard Copy Distributed at Team Meetings
EQUIPMENT & SECURITY 100% responsible for equipment issued to you. Buy a lock, USE it, and keep your combination secure. Don’t trade/swap items issued to YOU. Take care of our facilities. Clean up after use.
Social Media Be a Role Model, Represent Well. Every Tweet, Pic, Post, or Like is a potential Headline – don’t embarrass yourself, your family, or your school. Keep your Team Spirit friendly and sportsmanlike. Be aware of implications for college recruitment and future employment.
NCAA Eligibility Center District NCAA Specialist: Lisa Vollmers
Skyline Athletic Booster Club Valued Partner of the Skyline Athletic Department. President – Sarah Clark Speak with your Head Coach to find out who your TEAM REP is – Sign-up to Volunteer (Fundraising & Concessions, etc.) GALA & GOLF OUTING Fundraiser Events
Skyline Athletic Booster Club (SABC) Members: Skyline athletes, their parents, their coaches, and community supporters Schoolwide booster club promoting ALL teams Overall financial management, separate accounts for each team
SABC funds go to… Strength & conditioning program Athlete recognition Fan activities (homecoming, fan bus) Video system Coaches retreat Return to teams
SABC Fundraisers Concession stands Gala Golf Outing Donations* * SABC is a 501(c)(3) organization; donations are tax- deductible & eligible for corporate matching programs.
SABC Needs You! Team reps Concession committee Gala & Golf Outing committee SABC Board Members for future Contact Sarah Clark at email@example.com@umich.edu or talk with Board Members
SABC Bylaws Written in 2008, need updating Parent members vote on Bylaws Key changes: – 9 board members (was 7) – Financial controls – Clarify voting procedures for board and for membership – Update committees
SABC Bylaws Do the Parent Members of the SABC approve these Bylaws?
Closing Success for our Student-Athletes: – "Success is peace of mind, which is a direct result of self-satisfaction in knowing you made the effort to do your best to become the best that you are capable of becoming.” John Wooden