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  • 1. Oak Ridge Pioneer’sHead Coaches Meeting
    August 16th 2011
  • 2. Go Pioneers!
  • 3. Oak Ridge Athletics
    Welcome: Janet Rasmussen (Athletic Director)
    Oak Ridge High School:
    • Established in 1956
    6A Football
    7A Basketball, Softball, Volleyball
    3A Cross Country
    2A Golf, Swimming
    • Orlando Metro Conference 19 schools
    • 4. OR is in the East Division (10 schools East of I-4)
    • 5. 28 Athletic Teams -Boys/Girls/Freshman/JV/Varsity
  • Mission statement
    Oak Ridge strives to offer as many sports as possible to both male and female students. All Athletic programs will stress academic success, physical fitness, character development, discipline, and good sportsmanship. Our student athletes represent our school and community and are expected to be student leaders with positive behavior.
  • 6. Philosophy
    The Athletic Department strives to achieve the same standards of excellence in its athletic program as exists within the school’s academic programs. The Athletic Department recognizes a commitment to serve the school, student-athletes, alumni, and friends. Further, it embraces the concept that the student-athlete is first and foremost a student possessing individual rights, academic abilities, personal interests, and ambitions comparable to those of other members of the general student body.
  • 7. Philosophy con’t
    Oak Ridge is committed to the Orange County School District and its interscholastic athletic policies and procedures. It acknowledges and upholds the concept of institutional control, requiring appropriate participation in the development and review of athletic policies by the principal, athletic staff and county athletic director.
  • 8. Athletic Department
    Janet Rasmussen Athletic Director
    Shelton Lewis Administrator
    Linda Hernandez Asst. Athletic Dir
    Zach Tullis Business Manager
    Stephanie Lennon Head Athletic Trainer
    James Masters Asst. Athletic Trainer
    Evan Emeran Bookeeper/purchase orders
    Wanda Anderson Bookeeper/transportation
    Dr. Leigh Ann Bradshaw Principal
  • 9. Fall Sports
    Steve Pearson
    Leonie Chandersingh B /G Bowling
    Leah Williams Cheerleading
    Adolph Morris/
    Carol Mayes B/G Cross Country
    Elijah Williams Football
    Colleen Bennett Girls Volleyball
    Tia Miceli Swimming
    Mike Carbenia
    Brian Fronczek Golf
  • 10. Winter Sports
    Alex Jackson Boys Basketball
    Mike Carbenia Girls Basketball
    Kenny Coutain Boys Soccer
    William Rodriguez Girls Soccer
    Nikki Nash Girls Weightlifting
    TBA Wrestling
  • 11. Spring sports
    Robbie Meleney
    Fred Johnson Baseball
    Mark Noel Tennis
    Gena Austin-Gibson Softball
    Dustin Adkins Flag Football
    Matt Colman Boys Weight Lifting
    Alex Jackson Boys Volleyball
    Elijah Williams Boys/Girls Track
  • 12. Athletic Dept. Policies
    All ORHS athletic dept. personnel are expected to follow the policies and regulations contained in the handbook (
    They are intended to supplement FHSAA by-laws and regulations, OCPS requirements, as well as other documents pertaining to athletic activities at OR.
  • 13. Head Coach General Responsibilities
    Adheres to ORHS athletic department policy
    Adheres to FHSAA and NFHS (bookmark FHSAA)
  • 14. Sportsmanship
    Promote sportsmanship at every opportunity
    Starts with the coaching staff
    Interscholastic athletics are integral part of our school
    Athletic program is a model for school
    Review National Code of Ethics for High School Coaches:
  • 15. Coaching clearance
    All Assistant coaches must be cleared before allowed on field or court
  • 16. Online rules presentation
    Due at the beginning of each season on C2C
    Please check FHSAA/C2C for deadlines
  • 17. Schedules
    AD needs current copy at all times
    If changes are made, notify AD, front office, parents and team
    Check FHSAA calendar or handbook for sport begin/end dates
    Check OCPS calendar or handbook for breaks, testing (no games during FCAT)
  • 18. Roster
    Input all names in C2C
    Email copy to AD
    Prepare State Entry List (SEL) well in advance
  • 19. Reporting Scores
    It is your responsibility to update C2C
    Fines for scores not inputted by midnight
  • 20. C2C rundown
    Zach Tullis (C2C guru)
  • 21. Meetings
    Conduct preseason parent meetings
    Distribute expectations, code of conduct; awarding of varsity letters protocol; copy to AD
    Turn in all signed code of conducts and expectations to AD
    Attend all district/metro meetings
    1st metro coaches meeting August 24th
  • 22. Inventory
    Counts of all equipment and uniforms need to be performed before and after season (copy to AD 3 days after season ends)
  • 23. Uniforms
    Students are not allowed to take any school purchased uniforms / warm-ups home
    Utilize team managers to help with laundry
    Ensure no student athlete with obligation to ORHS participates in athletics
  • 24. Eligibility
    Check on C2C
    GPA (Cumulative Unweighted; must be 2.0 or higher).
    Grades are uploaded each semester, not 9 weeks
  • 25. Eligibility Con’t
    Attendance: The student athlete must live in the Oak Ridge attendance zone set forth by OCPS or have a County transfer with athletic appeals approved
    Opportunity Scholarship – check on summer participation
  • 26. Eligibility con’t
    All Physical paperwork must be approved by Athletic Trainer – check C2C
    Abide all recommendations by Athletic Trainer as far as when student athlete returns from injury
  • 27. Physicals
    Pine Castle Chiropractics; Walker Middle School
    All physical paperwork turned into Athletic Trainer by student athlete in person
    Complete injury report for away games; copy to AT
    Student managers must turn in emergency cards
  • 28. Advertise
    Sell, sell, sell
    Announcements, flyers; tables at open houses
    Get the word out!
  • 29. Academic Tracking
    Paper-based; weekly
    Turn these in to the AD each week
    Forms on ORHS athletics handbook website
    Focus on academic progress; NCAA eligibility
    Study hall
  • 30. Student Athletes’ Records
    Keep AD informed of college interest; share with media
    Record of all wins/losses/stats turned into AD within 10 days following season end
  • 31. Orlando Sentinel
    Report scores: 407-420-5474 or
    Varsity roll call:
    College signings:
    Channel 9 – Joe Kepner;
  • 32. Ejections, suspensions
    24 hour rule
    Report all game ejections to AD that night
  • 33. Officials
    Greet them upon arrival
    Communicate any issues with AD
  • 34. 21st Century
    Drop off / Pick up; provide rosters to 21st century
    Monitor athletes at all times
  • 35. Fundraising
    Please see AD to fill out forms and get approval
    Know what funds will be used for
    Car washes not allowed
    Participate in athletic dept fundraisers
    2 banners per team
    Sponsorship letter in handbook
  • 36. Pioneer Pride
    Exemplify in all facilities
    No chairs in gym
    Pick up trash
    Put away equipment properly
    Don’t leave items outside
    Keep locker rooms clean
    Report all safety hazards ASAP to AD
  • 37. No Profanity
    Music in the weight room
    Conducting practice and games
  • 38. Sharing Athletes
    Please encourage your athletes to join other sports in your offseason
    Encourage partnership (i.e. boys weightlifting/track/spring football)
  • 39. Certification/Endorsement
    Why not? You get paid more money for same job
    CPR; First Aid; Sport Skills; Approach to Athletics
    All non faculty coaches must obtain coaching certificate (3 or 5 year)
    All information in online handbook
  • 40. Bus Transportation
    Activity bus – get with Beth Hoover
    County – 10 days in advance; schedule to Wanda Anderson
    Inform AD of travel arrangements; delays; changes
    Private vehicle transportation (prior approval necessary; info in handbook online
  • 41. Purchase Orders
    Signed by AD first
    Work with selected vendors
    Turn into Evan Emeran – Book keeper
  • 42. End of year banquets
    AD will help with scheduling, recommendations
    Keep it reasonable
    Please complete within one month of end of season
    Recognize scholar athletes
  • 43. Teamwork
    Volunteer at other OR athletic events
    All head coaches work home football games
    All head coaches share ticket taking duties
    Communicate with other coaches regarding practice schedules
  • 44. Scheduling Evaluations
    AD will conduct head coaches
    Head coach will do assts
    Forms are provided by AD
  • 45. Team/Individual Pictures
    Yearbook (Ms. Walton)
  • 46. Community service
    Student athletes benefit from participating in activities helping others
    Plenty of activities which don’t take away from student athletes’ limited resources
    Working with younger students
    Homeless shelters
    Playground donation
  • 47. Last but not least…
    Delegate to your assistants
    Have fun! I appreciate all of your hard work and so do the student athletes
    Go Pioneers!