Presentation on theme: "White Bear Lake Football 2014 Commitment 2014 White Football “Show class, have pride, and display character. If you do, winning takes care of itself.”"— Presentation transcript:
White Bear Lake Football 2014 Commitment 2014 White Football “Show class, have pride, and display character. If you do, winning takes care of itself.” -Bear Bryant
Mission Statement I will give full commitment to all my players on and off the field. My mission is to install in them that service to others and concern for others is what is most important in our program and in life.
BMFO: Building Men For Others Learn life lessons Form meaningful relationships Putting action into words Learn the importance of serving others Teach boys what it means to be a real man There is much more to life than football Each coach has word of the week Staff member of the week The staff member is captain and invited to to pre game meal Friday reading program
BMFO “ If you could speak to every boy in the world-let’s just pretend you could wipe out anything they’ve already seen or heard from their fathers or anybody else-how would you explain your own definition of what it means to be a man?” It’s about relationships and a cause,” Joe said. “Simple as that. What’s a man created to do? He’s created to be a son, a father, a husband, a brother, and so on. So I’m going to measure my masculinity- and it’s really about my humanity- based on how successful I am as a husband. If I blow it there, or if I blow it as a dad, nothing else really matters. All the power and prestige and possessions in the world will never make up for failed relationships. -From the book “Season of Life” which will be read to all players who come through the White Bear Lake football program.
Advice for Parents 1)Make sure your son gets off to a good academic start – Skyward, Coaching Staff Support. 2)Encourage your son to be a multi sport athlete as long as possible. 3)Encourage your son to “hang in there” with football – understand the process – “A”, “B”, JV Team. 4)Prepare your son for the path, not the path for your son. 5)Love your son, don’t fall in love with him. 6)Release your son to athletics. 7)Enjoy the current sport!
Tradition 101 years of football 798 games 464 wins 12 all star game representatives 15 all state players Longest standing game (Stillwater 92 meetings) 7 alumni currently playing college football 49 players completed college football since 1993 1 state championship
Lettering Requirements 100pts= Letter 75 points awarded for 4 years of playing White Bear Lake Football 5 points awarded for each quarter played in varsity football games, special teams included. 1play = 1 quarter 30 points awarded for meeting community service standard 30 points awarded for no unexcused absences from practices, games, scrimmages, etc. 20 points awarded for being a team captain or special teams captain of the week 30 points awarded for maintaining a 3.0 or higher GPA during the season. 20 points for Act(s) of sportsmanship or character witnessed by coaching staff or brought to the attention of coaching staff by an external witness (teacher, staff member, administrator, parent, official, etc.) in which an athlete has demonstrated the above mentioned character or integrity 40 points awarded for selling 10 bear cards and completing 10 letters for letter writing fundraiser Minus 20 points Act(s) witnessed by coaching staff or brought to the attention of coaching staff by external witness (teacher, staff member, administrator, parent, official, etc.) in which an athlete has demonstrated the lack of character or integrity Minus 50 points MSHSL violation during season
Practice All players must be at all practices A unexcused absence to practice is an automatic 1/2 game suspension, NO EXCEPTIONS An unexcused absence is no call, no note and no communication with a coach If you are not at school, it is considered a excused absence If injured, you still fully suit up for practice this is a 9-12 policy Only exception is a head injury Sophomore pride
Communication #1 will be the website: www.whitebearlakefootball.com Summer calendar up now Apparel available on online store soon! Twitter: @bear_football Winter newsletter Varsity Coach: Ryan.Bartlett@isd624.org 10 th grade coach: Jeremy.Post@isd624.org 9 th grade coach: Craig.Nasvik@isd624.org
Community Service 2012 MSHSCA community service team award winner! Coach for Varsity is coach Determan, coach Fitzpatrick for Sophomores You have to meet your standard to earn your bear claw Fundraisers do NOT count towards community service. 12 th graders- 12 hours 11 th graders- 10 hours 10 th graders- 8 hours 9 th graders- 0 hours
Academics and Behavior Priority #1 The HIGHEST standard all the time We will abide to the White Bear Lake athletic policy on academic standards Our goal is to win the Academic Conference Championship Our players come to White Bear Lake to go to school, football is a PRIVILEGE Captain school policy WBLAHS Athletic Eligibility Recommendation
Player Pack Dry fit shirt, shorts, mouth guard, practice jersey, game socks Cost is $50. Available to purchase first week of June at equipment hand out, checks made out to WBL Football Equipment handout will be June 3 rd -5 th after school at South campus. Available online Apparel website up shortly
Midnight Madness By law we cannot begin until 12:00AM August 11 th VARSITY ONLY (9th/10 th /youth players come watch with supervision) We want to start the very first second we can Cretin will be sleeping while we practice! Players will be home by 1:30 Fans are strongly encouraged Players will report to South at 9:15PM for a movie
Two A Days August 11 th 9AM-3:15PM 10 th and Varsity 3:30PM-6:00PM 9 th grade (check schedule for changes) You will need a lunch, tennis shoes, t-shirt, football gear at all of two a days You are not allowed to leave for lunch or leave campus without a parent during practice times We have practice, meetings, weight lifting, film study, conditioning, etc. Varsity scrimmage is August 23rd at Centennial High School at 10:00AM. 10 th grade scrimmage at Centennial High School August 23rd at 8:00AM
Football Preview Night August 20th Each family will be responsible to bring a dish Introduce teams Introduce coaches Pictures will be before the preview night starting at 4:00PM, picture order forms will be given to players
Labor Day and MEA 9 th and10 th no practice Labor Day, Varsity afternoon practice 3PM MEA October 18 th and 19 th 9 th and 10 th No practice Thursday or Friday of MEA Practice for Varsity Thursday morning of MEA No practice for varsity Friday or Saturday Schedule college visits for Friday-Sunday of MEA!!!!!!!
Players Fundraising You need to do your part You will all sell your bear cards and turn them in (Our biggest fundraiser) 9-12 August 13 th you will receive the cards You sell 20 cards, you get free hoodie from our team website Letter writing