2 MISSION STATEMENTThe NR Football Booster Club is a group of parents/supporters, dedicated to improving the football experience for all players in the New Richmond Football Program. We will support the needs of the coaches and players to the best of our ability through forward planning, volunteerism, fund raising, and support.
3 2015 SEASON MEETINGS HELD MONTHLY @ NRHS COMMONS Cool refreshments after fall camp practicesChocolate milk after summer lifting sessionsTeam meals Thursday nights before varsity gamesPizza after every gameSnacks before game film Saturday morningPersonalized homecoming treat bagsCancer awareness game night eventTeam camp registrationFamily picnicEnd of season banquetCommunication with parentsCommunity football nightSources of RevenueCorporate sponsorsFamily sponsorsFootball apparel salesYouth football concessionsMeat raffles at Bobcat’s Bar and GrillTiger Football Golf TournamentMEETINGS HELD NRHS COMMONSSECOND WEDNESDAY OF THE 5:15ALL Club Members ARE WELCOME
4 2nd Annual NR Football Golf Tournament When: Friday, July 31, pm Shotgun Start (Rain date Saturday, August pm Shotgun Start)Where: The Links Golf Course, New Richmond, WICost: Only $75.00 per player ($65.00 for club member) registered and paid before July 1, (After July 1, 2015-$85.00 per player)Includes 18 holes, cart, dinner, and gift. If signing up individually NRFBC will assign to a foursome.Check-in and registration starting at 11 am.Not a golfer? Register and come for a fabulous dinner only $ Serving starts between 5:00 - 5:30 pmSilent auction, raffles, hole contests, and much more!!All proceeds go to benefit New Richmond Tiger Football!!REGISTRATION FORMS CAN BE FOUND ONLINE AT:NEW RICHMOND HIGH SCHOOL FOOTBALL ATHLETICSNEW RICHMOND CHAMBER OFOR YOU CAN THE TIGER BOOSTER AND WE CAN YOU THE REGISTRATION FORMMail form and payment to (checks payable to NRFBC): NRFBC, PO Box 331, New Richmond, WI 54017Note: Registration is only complete when the NRFBC receives the completed form and full payment. If you withdrawal after July 1, 2015, money isNON-REFUNDABLE. You will receive an verifying registration. Any questions, please
5 TEAM RULESBE EARLYBE A CLASS ACTBE FORWARD THINKERS –“FIND A WAY”
6 WHAT WE EXPECT TO BE GOOD STUDENTS. TO BE EARLY. TO BE A “CLASS ACT”. TO BE FORWARD THINKERS. “FIND A WAY”TO COMMIT – BE A MAN OF YOUR WORD.NOT TO BE PROFANE.COMMUNICATE EFFECTIVELY AND IMMEDIATELY WITH COACHES.NO WHINING, COMPLAINING, EXCUSES.
7 WHAT YOU CAN EXPECT TO BE EARLY. TO BE A “CLASS ACT”. TO BE FORWARD THINKERS. “FIND A WAY”TO PLACE CONCERN FOR YOUR CHILD ABOVE ALL OTHER CONCERNS – IT WILL ALWAYS BE ABOUT THEM FIRST.CONSISTENT STRUCTURE – DEFINED PERAMETERS.ABSURDLY HIGH EXPECTATIONS.TO NOT TREAT THEM EQUALLY; TO TREAT THEM FAIRLY.NOT TO BE PROFANE.COMMUNICATE WITH YOU.
8 2015 SUMMER CHECKLIST Do NOT fail a class! Register for summer Tiger StrengthFootball session 7:30am-9:00amSkills T/Th 9:00-10:00amOrder and pay for football cleats – EastBay by May 22ndCamp Fee $165 – Grocery bagging June 9th/16thGet a physical! (if you need one)
9 2015 SUMMER STATE ONLY ALLOWS 5 CONTACT DAYS TEAM SOUTH DAKOTA STATE UNIVERSITYEMPHASIS ON GETTING IN FOOTBALL SHAPE AND INSTALLING OFFENSIVE AND DEFENSIVE SYSTEMS7 ON 7 – RIVER FALLS; JULY 16THTUESDAY/THURSDAY SKILL WORKIT IS THE COACHING STAFF’S EXPECTATION THAT ALL PLAYERS MAKE FOOTBALL A TOP PRIORITY AND ATTEND EVERY STRENGTH/CONDITIONING & PRACTICE SESSION. NO SPOT IS GUARANTEED.EVERY DAY COUNTS!
10 2015 SUMMER WIAA ACCLIMATIZATION State now requires 5 days. Days 1 & 2 – Helmets, mouth guardsDays 3-5 – Helmets, Shoulder pads, ShortsIf you do not meet these requirements prior to camp, you cannot participate in camp.Acclimatization guidelines met during summer conditioning drills & practice prior to camp.
11 TEAM CAMP From SDSU: Camp Objectives: Provide individuals and teams to improve their fundamentals in the game of football.Develop each team in a variety of situations as they compete in a safe and controlled environment.Building team camaraderie with a direct focus on disciplined work and positive feedback.
12 TEAM CAMP Camp Features: SEVEN scrimmages and FOUR 7-on-7 games. 3 hours of position drills. OL/DL players will get an additional 1 ½ hours from college coaches.Camp awards: Team awards, Hustle awards, Effort awards.SDSU trainers available before, during, and after each practice and scrimmage.Limit of 12 teams per session.INVALUABLE TEAM TIME
13 TEAM CAMP What to Bring: Towel, washcloth, soap, sunscreen, personal toiletries, toothbrush.Pillow, sleeping bag, sheets.Football cleats, tennis shoes, t-shirts, shorts, sweatpants, extra socks, NRHS issued spirit pack.Football supporters, full football gear.Athletes will check equipment out the week before camp. Fee must be paid or plan in place to check out gear.
14 Summer 2015VARSITY FOOTBALL LIFTING SESSION: 7:30AM-9:00AM M-T-W-TH *NOT JULY 3THIS IS NOT OPTIONALVARSITY FOOTBALL SKILLS SESSIONS: 9:00AM-10:00AM TUESDAY/THURSDAYIF YOU PLAN ON CONTRIBUTING, IMPROVE YOUR SKILLSVARSITY FOOTBALL 7-ON-7 UW-RIVER FALLS, JULY 16VARSITY FOOTBALL TEAM CAMP: SOUTH DAKOTA STATE UNIVERSITYJUNE 25-27$165 PER PLAYERTWO OFFICIAL PRE-CAMP PRACTICES, JUNE 22 & 23FUNDRAISING OPPORTUNITIES TO PAY FOR CAMP OVER THE SUMMERYOUTH FOOTBALL CAMP: JULY :30PM-8:30PMCOME MAKE A GREAT IMPRESSION ON A YOUTH PLAYER
15 TIGER FOOTBALL PLAYERS WILL: BE EARLY – IF YOU’RE ON TIME YOU’RE LATE!COMMUNICATE EFFECTIVELY WITH TEAMMATES AND COACHING STAFFDEMONSTRATE A POSITIVE ATTITUDE, RELENTLESS EFFORT, UNWAVERING CHARACTER, AND AN ENDURING COMMITMENT TOWARDS TIGER FOOTBALLDEMONSTRATE AN EAGERNESS TO BE COACHEDPLAY FOR AND RESPECT HIS TEAMMATES AND THEIR BELONGINGS AND NEVER PUT HIMSELF ABOVE THE TEAMNEVER DO ANYTHING TO EMBARRASS OUR SCHOOL, TEAM OR FAMILY!!PROMOTE, DEFEND, AND BE LOYAL TO TIGER FOOTBALL
16 New Richmond Football Booster Club CONTACT INFOKEITH BADGER(651)New Richmond Football Booster Club