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Presentation on theme: "FALL PARENT MEETING 2013-14 HANOVER CENTRAL ATHLETIC DEPARTMENT."— Presentation transcript:


2 Kevin Bachinski Athletic Director 219-374-3866 Jo Ann Heldt Assistant AD 219-374-3838 ATHLETIC DEPARTMENT STAFF

3 FootballRobert Harrison Volleyball - GirlsErin Zeller Volleyball - BoysTravis Lechien Cross Country – CoedSteve Foulds Golf – GirlsJerry Kienzle Soccer – GirlsJim Pattison Soccer – BoysDan Grunewald CheerleadingDebbie James Poms/Dance TeamColeen Darnell FALL VARSITY/HEAD COACHING STAFF

4 SuperintendentMr. Thomas Taylor PrincipalMr. Justin Biggs Assistant PrincipalMs. Mary Ann West HANOVER CENTRAL HS ADMINISTRATION

5 1.To provide information about the athletic department for the Fall athletic season and the 2013-14 school year 2.Communicate expectations for our student athletes – both the school and team level 3.Provide information that may help avoid conflicts, problems, or questions that may arise during the upcoming season PURPOSE OF MEETING

6 SchoolEnrollment Bishop Noll Warriors496 – 2A Calumet Warriors599 – 3A Hanover Central Wildcats636 – 3A Lake Station Eagles394 – 2A Marquette Catholic Blazers217 – 1A North Newton Spartans464 – 2A River Forest Ingots420 – 2A Wheeler Bearcats555 – 3A Whiting Oilers408 – 2A South Central Satellites (Football Only)304 – 1A Boone Grove Wolves (Football Only)536 – 2A GREATER SOUTH SHORE CONFERENCE

7 The primary mission of the Hanover Community School Corporation Athletic Department is to provide an opportunity of involvement and/or participation for every student athletically, whether it is a competitive sport, recreational activity, or management/support opportunity. In doing this, serious attention will be devoted individually to the physical, mental, social, and emotional dimensions with outcomes including student growth in all dimensions and their preparation to make a serious contribution to his/her family and community. Athletics are a part of the total educational program and should emphasize the student first philosophy We are not a win at all cost program but realize the importance that the expectation of success can play in creating a competitive environment Being an athlete at Hanover Central athletes is a privilege and not a right Held to high academic standards Behavior on and off the field/court should be exemplary Athletes will face adversity, but that is OK We encourage multi-sport participation among our student athletes and will emphasize working together to better the entire athletic program ATHLETIC DEPARTMENT MISSION

8 HANOVER CENTRAL ATHLETIC BOOSTER CLUB President: Heather Frost Vice President: Missy Martinez Secretary: Lynn Schweitzer Treasurer: Cynthia Singleton Email: MONTHLY MEETINGS Meetings are held on the 2nd Monday of each month in the hospitality room in the Athletic Center. Please check the "Wildcat Athletic Calendar" for upcoming Athletic Booster Club EventsWildcat Athletic Calendar BOOSTER CLUB

9 We WILL help with the recruiting of student athletes, however, the initial process must begin with the athletes and parents Identify schools Be realistic as to college level NCAA Clearinghouse: Division 1 & 2 NAIA Eligibility Center: Academics are important starting freshman year for those that want to participate in college – DO NOT WAIT!!! RECRUITING

10 Athlete Athlete should approach the coach 1 st regarding an issue Parent Start with the coach by setting up an appointment Please do not confront a coach prior to, during, or after a practice or contest If not satisfied, set up an appointment with the Director of Athletics Will not discuss playing time Misinformation and rumors one of the biggest challenges we face PLEASE CONTACT THE ATHLETIC OFFICE WITH CONCERNS OR QUESTIONS PARENT/COACH COMMUNICATION

11 Athletic Physical Packet 2013/14 - Must be completed before the student athlete is allowed to participate. (April 1 st ) IHSAA physical signed by a doctor (all pages) Concussion Acknowledgement Insurance Acknowledgement Student & Parent Code of Conduct Emergency Medical Treatment Waiver Student Accident Insurance Student Athletic Protection: Travel Release Form Athletic Patch Order Forms ALL FORMS ARE AVAILABLE IN THE PARENT/ATHLETE FORMS SECTION OF THE ATHLETIC WEBSITE! FORMS AND DOCUMENTS

12 Students must pass 70% or 5 solid classes during a grading period (IHSAA Rule) to remain academically eligible for the next 9 weeks Physical education counts Workforce does not count as a solid Hanover Central conducts a grade check approximately every 3 weeks (typically on a Monday morning) Students must be passing all classes at that time to remain eligible for the next 3 weeks Any student in violation will be notified and will be come ineligible for competition immediately Grade check dates are posted on-line on the athletic page ELIGIBILITY

13 Athletes must be in attendance all day to practice or compete Exceptions are excused absences which include: Medically documented appointments Funeral visitation Serving as a page Court appointment College visits – scheduled through the guidance department Military examinations Religious holidays with administrative approval School sponsored activities such as field trips, athletic participation, etc. Any student who receives a suspension of any type as a result of a violation of the HC Student Code of Conduct can not practice or play during the length of that suspension STUDENT ATTENDANCE

14 Lightning strike – 30 minutes from last strike; time will restart with each new occurrence Bleachers must also be exited and players/fans will be moved indoors to the field house area Severe weather– Coaches will keep athletes and will only release to parents We want to make sure that everyone is safe and accounted for School Cancelled –Contests may or may not be played Dependent on cooperation with the opposing school Early Dismissal – Everything cancelled EMERGENCY PROCEDURES

15 Samantha Hainline Barb Down Official can ask for an evaluation by trainer or physician Symptoms of concussion – the athlete will be removed from contest/practice. Must get a release from a physician on the official release form. This is an Indiana State Law. ImPACT Testing ATHLETIC TRAINER

16 Hanover Central High School Adult and HS Students=$6.00 Students K-8=$3.00 Hanover Central Middle School Adult and HS Student=$3.00 Students K-8=$2.00 The Wildcat Pass All home none tournament or IHSAA events Student= $40Adult= $75Family=$200 ADMISSION AND SEASON PASSES

17 Visit Hanover Central Athletics on-line at Schools – HCHS or HCMS Athletics tab Schedules Special Events Directions to Schools (in the near future) Cancellations / Postponements / Alerts Twitter: @hanoverathletics WEBSITE

18 Social Media (Facebook, Twitter, etc…) A great tool when used correctly Please be aware of the possible dangers and consequences as a student and athlete Sportsmanship / Behavior A class level of behavior and sportsmanship should be displayed towards officials, workers, athletes, fans, and opponents at all times Expected of both our student athletes and their support group Guests at away contests Your reputation proceeds you! Perception is reality! GENERAL INFORMATION

19 FootballAuditorium Girls VolleyballCafeteria Girls SoccerRoom 620 Boys SoccerRoom 638 Cross CountryRoom 633 Boys VolleyballRoom 639 Girls GolfRoom 634 CheerleadingRoom 637 BREAKOUT SESSIONS


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