Clubs activitiesx051611

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Revised Activities Information Presented by Mel Dow.

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Clubs activitiesx051611

  1. 1. Why be aVIKING?
  2. 2. Benefits of SHSExtra/Co-Curricular Activities Activities support the academic mission of schools. They are not a diversion but rather an extension of a good educational program.
  3. 3. Students who participate inactivity programs tend to have: • Higher GPA • Better attendance records • Lower dropout rates • Fewer discipline problems
  4. 4. If Extra/Co-Curricular Activities do all that….Our goal at Stoughton High School is to have: 100% of all our students involved in anActivity… Group… Team… Club… Organization…
  5. 5. Where can you get involved?Art Club Book clubChamber Strings Ensemble ChoraleClass Officers ComputersConcert Band Concert ChoirDivine Fine Arts WeekendForensics Freshmen MadrigalsFuture Business Leaders of America (FBLA) German ClubGLBA History ClubHomecoming Jazz EnsembleJazzKor Knowledge MasterLink Crew Literary MagazineMadrigal Singers Marching BandMath Team National Honor SocietyNorse Star Newspaper Norwegian DancersRoe Wetland Site Science ClubScience Team Spanish ClubSpanish National Honor Society Stoughton FFA ChapterString Choir Student CouncilSymphonic Band Symphony OrchestraTAG TheaterTrees for Tomorrow Viking SingersYearbook Athletics
  6. 6. Interscholastic AthleticsMel Dow, Athletic AdministratorAmy Lemoine, Athletic Administrative Asst.
  7. 7. Stoughton Interscholastic Sports Fall SportsFemale MaleCross Country FootballVolleyball Cross CountryTennis SoccerSwimmingGolf
  8. 8. Winter SportsFemale MaleBasketball BasketballHockey Hockey Wrestling Swimming
  9. 9. Spring SportsFemale MaleTrack TrackSoftball BaseballSoccer Tennis Golf
  10. 10. Interscholastic Rules of Eligibility1. Academic Requirement.2. Attend classes the entire day of a contest or practice.3. Signed physical by physician and parent permit card.4. Stoughton Area School District’s Code of Conduct for Athletics/WIAA Athletic Eligibility Sheet.5. Pay a user fee of $50 for the first sport & $25 for every sport thereafter.6. Have a Medical Emergency Card on file.
  11. 11. Important Start DatesAugust 3rd, 2011 FootballAugust 8th, 2011 Girls Golf Boys SoccerAugust 9th, 2011 Girls Tennis Girls SwimmingAugust 15th, 2011 Girls Volleyball Boys & Girls Cross Country
  12. 12. For a Fall Sport If you don’t hear from the followingcoaches by the end of the school year, youshould contact them at the athletic office: 877-5622 Football – Coach Sean Stokes Volleyball - Coach Kelly Sorenson Girls Swimming – Coach Elise McLaury Girls Cross Country – Coach Pat SchneiderBoys Cross Country – Coach Susan Zaemisch Girls Tennis – Coach Heidi Knapp Boys Soccer - Coach Dave Wermuth Girls Golf – Coach Dave Taebel

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