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Lakeview middle school 7 th and 8th grade football Parent Guide

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Parents open this power point for all the information you need to know for this football season.

Parents open this power point for all the information you need to know for this football season.

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  • 1. Each parent should have received a parent packet with: 1) Practice schedule 2) Game schedule 3) Game day schedule 4) Contact information 5) Lakeview web site to order shirt and shorts
  • 2. 9-17 LAKEVIEW VS. GRIFFIN @TCHS 9-23 LAKEVIEW VS. DELAY @TCHS 9-30 LAKEVIEW VS. DURHAM @ TCHS 10-7 LAKEVIEW VS. KILLIAN @ HEBRON 10-15 LAKEVIEW VS. FRISCO COBB @ FRISCO WAKELAND 10-21 LAKEVIEW VS. ARBOR CREEK @ TCHS 10-28 PLAYOFFS 11-4 PLAYOFFS/CHAMPIONSHIP DIVISION II 5:30 PM DIVISION I 7:00 PM
  • 3. 9-16 LAKEVIEW VS. GRIFFIN @ TCHS 9-24 LAKEVIEW VS. DELAY @ TCHS 10-1 LAKEVIEW VS. DURHAM @ TCHS 10-8 LAKEVIEW VS. KILLIAN @ HEBRON 10-16 LAKEVIEW VS. FRISCO COBB @ TCHS 10-22 LAKEVIEW VS. ARBOR CREEK @ TCHS 10-29 LAKEVIEW VS. CREEK VALLEY @ TCHS 11-5 PLAYOFFS 11-11 PLAYOFFS 11-12 8TH GRADE DISTRICT CHAMPIONSHIP DIVISON II 5:30 DIVISON I 7:00
  • 4. GAME DAY 7Th and 8TH GRADE BUS LEAVES @ 4:45 pm. B-TEAM 5:30 pm. A-TEAM BUS RETURNS LAKEVIEW 6:30 pm. B-TEAM 7:45 pm. A-TEAM PARENTS CAN BRING FOOD FOR YOUR SON BEFORE THE GAME @ 2:30 pm. DROP OFF AT FRONT DESK.
  • 5. EQUIPMENT NEEDED FOR FOOTBALL * LAKEVIEW SHIRT AND SHORTS $26 can be ordered at www.teamddesigns.com * FOOTBALL CLEATS (WE DO HAVE SOME CLEATS BUT MAY NOT HAVE YOUR SONS SIZE). * PHYSICAL EQUIPMENT LAKEVIEW SUPPLIES FOR FOOTBALL * HELMET * SHOULDER PADS * PRACTICE JERSEY AND PANTS * GAME JERSEY * ALL PANT PADS * 1 MOUTH PIECE *SOME ATHLETES LIKE TO USE THEIR OWN HELMET AND PADS. THIS MUST BE APPROVED BY A COACH.
  • 6. CONTACT INFORMATION 469-713-5974 EXT. 3107 FRIEND US ON FACEBOOK LAKEVIEW LEOPARDS WHIT CROSS- ATHLETIC COORDINATOR A-TEAM HEAD FOOTBALL COACH CROSSW@LISD.NET SHAWN HUDSON- A-TEAM OFFENSIVE COORDINATOR HUDSONST@LISD.NET CHANCE OLIVER- B-TEAM HEAD FOOTBALL COACH OLIVERCM@LISD.NET STEPHEN ANGUS- B-TEAM OFFENSIVE COORDINATOR ANGUSS@LISD.NET ANY QUESTIONS OR CONCERNS WILL NOT BE ADDRESED AFTER GAMES. Questions, concerns, comments can be addressed by email, phone calls or conference.
  • 7. There will be a Division I team and a Division II team.The Division I team is the top team. The coaching staff will continue to evaluate our athletes on a weekly basis to determine if they should be on the DI or DII team. There may be an opportunity to move an athlete up or down based on an individuals needs, grades and improvement level. We give our athletes opportunity to try out at the position they want. Coaches then determine if that position is best for the athlete and the team. If the staff feels that the move could help the team at another position then the athlete will be moved accordingly. According to the LISD Athletic Handbook each athlete will play in every game. However playing time will be determined in practice, games and to the coaches discretion. It is preferred that the athlete contact the coaching staff in regards to needed improvement or more playing time.
  • 8. If an athlete gets sick or hurt the coaching staff ask that you send a note or email about his condition. A doctor’s note is required if the athlete is to miss for an extended period of time.
  • 9. An athlete that fails a class at the end of each six weeks grading period will become ineligible to play in game competition for three weeks. During this time he is expected to participate in all practices. If at the end of the three week period all grades are passing, he will be allowed to compete on the date specified by theTEA/UIL EligibilityCalendar.
  • 10. Heat- 100 degrees or a heat index of 110 degrees Football team in full pads will have water breaks every 20 minutes. Each break will be 5 minutes of total rest time with helmets off. Open water policy during entire practice. Heat- 107 degrees or a heat index of 117 degrees Football team in shorts, shirt and helmets only. Each break will occur every 20 minutes . Open water policy during entire workout. Thor Guard- A lightning Prediction andWarning System. This system is designed to give 8 to 18 minutes advance warning of potential lightning strikes in your immediate area. When the alarm goes off athletes are brought inside. Athletes may return when alarm gives 3 horns . ColdWeather- Wind Chill Factor less than 32 degrees. No outside exposure.
  • 11. Any student that is injured as the result of participating in middle school sports is covered on a secondary basis by the policy purchased by LISD. Parents must first file on their own insurance. The District ‘s accident policy will only pay after the parent(s) has filed on their own policy and submits proof. If you have any questions please call the District’s Insurance Office at 469-948-8104.
  • 12. Team travel will be accomplished in school buses. Parents are allowed to take their son home from a sporting event only if they sign out with a coach. Parents will not be allowed to take home athletes that are not their child. Athletes should maintain proper levels of conduct on the bus.
  • 13. DEFINITON A person who exhibits qualities highly regarded in sport, such as fairness, generosity, observance of the rules, and good humor when losing. We ask that our athletes and parents exhibit this on the field and in the stands.