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 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 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