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All Sports Night 2016
Perry Central School District
Commitment
• No athlete may quit one sport and try out for
another after the season has started without
the mutual consent of both coaches.
• Completion of a sports season is required in
order for the student to be eligible for either
team or individual awards.
Commitment (cont.)
• Violations of standards for daily activities such
as attendance at practice, effort displayed at
practice, sportsmanship, team loyalty,
cooperation with coaches, etc. will be dealt
with at the coach’s discretion.
• Punishment could range from a verbal
reprimand to dismissal from the team
dependent on the severity of the infraction.
Commitment (cont.)
• Conduct determined to be detrimental to the
welfare of the team and/or Perry Central will
result in disciplinary action as deemed
appropriate by the coach and/or Athletic
Director.
• Depending on the severity of the conduct,
punishment could range from a verbal
reprimand to suspension from the athletic
program.
Commitment (cont.)
• In order to practice or participate with an
organization on a particular day, the student
must be in school for that entire day. The
school day begins at the start of homeroom.
Any student who is tardy is ineligible for either
practice or participation on that day unless
he/she provides a written legal excuse before
the end of school.
Legal Excuses
• As stated in the Perry Central School District Parent/Student Handbook
– Personal illness
– Illness or death in the family
– Impassable roads or weather
– Religious observance
– Quarantine
– Required court appearance
– Attendance at health clinics
– Approved college visits
– Approved cooperative work programs
– Military obligations
– Appointment for learner’s permit
– Road test
– Such other reasons as may be approved by the building principal
Sportsmanship
• Students
– Demonstrate self-control and respect for others at all
times.
– Remember that participation in athletics is a privilege
that is not to be abused by unsportsmanlike conduct.
– Treat opponents with respect.
– Respect the integrity and judgment of the officials.
– Remember that improper behavior while in uniform
reflects poorly upon yourself, your family, your school
and your community.
Sportsmanship (cont.)
• Parents
– Keep cheering positive.
– Avoid actions which offend visiting teams or individual
players.
– Show appreciation of good play by both teams.
– Learn the rules of the game in order to be a better-
informed spectator.
– Treat all visiting teams in a manner in which you
would expect to be treated.
– Accept the judgment of coaches and officials.
– Encourage other spectators to participate in the spirit
of good sportsmanship.
Student’s Responsibilities
• Be a good teammate.
• Listen to and communicate with your coaches.
• Be early for everything.
• Be prepared.
• Lead by example.
• Maintain the district’s property.
• Give your absolute best every day.
• Please come out and support all of our teams.
Parent’s Responsibilities
• Be the model of sportsmanship.
• Please observe the 24-hour rule when
communicating with coaches.
• Help your child be early for everything.
• Let the coaches coach and let the players play.
– Do not try to coach your student-athlete from the
spectator area during a contest at any time.
• Please come out and support all of our teams.
High School Sports Standards
• Football
– Individuals must have 11 practices prior to the first
scrimmage and 15 practices prior to the first contest.
• Volleyball
– Individuals must have 4 practices prior to the first
scrimmage and 6 practices prior to the first contest.
• Soccer
– Individuals must have 6 practices prior to the first
scrimmage and 8 practices prior to the first contest.
• Cheerleading
– Individuals must have 8practices prior to the first contest.
Modified Sports Standards
• Football
– Individuals must have 13 practices prior to the first
scrimmage and 17 practices prior to the first contest.
• Soccer
– Individuals must have 9 practices prior to the first
scrimmage and 11practices prior to the first contest.
• Volleyball
– Individual must have 8 practices prior to the first
scrimmage and 10 practices prior to the first contest.
Concussion Management
• The Board of Education recognizes the
seriousness of concussions and the potentially
progressive nature of an impact to the head
especially during the first week following
injury where re-injury can result in second
impact syndrome and more severe injury.
Return to Play Protocol
• When a student shows signs or symptoms of a
concussion or is suspected to have sustained a
brain injury after an evaluation by medical
personnel:
– The student will not be allowed to return to
play/activity in the current game or practice.
– Following the injury, the student must follow up with
his/her primary care physician or by an emergency
department within the first 24 hours.
– Return to play must follow a medical clearance and
successful completion of the “Return to Play
Protocol.”
Return to Play Protocol (cont.)
• The program is broken down into seven steps in which only one
step is covered per one 24 hour period.
– 1. No exertion activities until asymptomatic.
– 2. Light aerobic exercise such as walking or stationary bike, etc. No
resistance training.
– 3. Sport/activity specific exercise such as skating, running, etc.
Progressive addition of resistance training may begin.
– 4. Non-contact training/skill drills.
– 5. Neuropsychological testing (i.e. ImPACT).
– 6. Full contact training in practice setting (if a contact/collision sport).
– 7. Return to competition.
• If any concussion symptoms reoccur, the athlete should drop back
to the previous level and try to progress after 24 hours of rest.
ImPACT Testing
• ImPACT is a non-invasive test that is set up in a
video-game type format. It takes about 15-20
minutes to complete and tracks information
such as memory, reaction time, speed and
concentration.
• It is not an IQ test.
• The ImPACT testing procedures pose no risk to
your student-athlete.
ImPACT Testing (cont.)
• A baseline examination will be given to
students before the beginning of the sports
season.
• If an athlete is believed to have suffered a
head injury during participation in practice or
a competition, the ImPACT system will be used
to help determine the severity of the head
injury and the speed of recovery.
ImPACT Testing (cont.)
• Students who need to be tested this year
– If you are in grades 7, 9 or 11
– If you are new to the district (Every grade)
– If you are coming out for sports for the first time
(Every grade)
ImPACT Schedule
August 2 – Football : 9:00 – 9:30 , Soccer : 9: 30 –
10:00 , Cheerleading/ Volleyball : 10:00 -10:30
August 16 – Modified sports Grade 7
Football : 9:00 -9:30 , Soccer : 9:30 -10:00 ,
Cheerleading/ Volleyball : 10:00 – 10:30
ALL Sessions are in the High School Library
ATHLETIC PLACEMENT PROCESS
• Any 7th or 8th grade student interested in
trying out for a JV or Varsity sport must
complete APP Criteria.
• Athletes must be recommended by the Head
Coach and approved by the Athletic Director
in order to be considered for this
classification.
Interscholastic Athletics Physical
Education
• Students that do not complete a season for any reason (i.e.
Cut during tryouts or removed from a squad for violating
the Athletic Code) will receive NO credit toward their
physical education requirement.
• Students must complete the “Interscholastic Athletics
Physical Education Application” form prior to scheduling.
• Students will be responsible for recording their
participation on the “Interscholastic Athletics Physical
Education Time Sheet” and having their coaches initial the
time sheets.
• Students will be responsible for collecting the
“Interscholastic Athletics Physical Education Coach’s
Verification Form” at the end of the season.
Break-Out Sessions
• Boys’ Soccer – Gymnasium
• Girls’ Soccer - Gymnasium
• Volleyball – Room 120
• Cheerleading - Library
• Football - Cafeteria

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All Sports Night 2016

  • 1. All Sports Night 2016 Perry Central School District
  • 2. Commitment • No athlete may quit one sport and try out for another after the season has started without the mutual consent of both coaches. • Completion of a sports season is required in order for the student to be eligible for either team or individual awards.
  • 3. Commitment (cont.) • Violations of standards for daily activities such as attendance at practice, effort displayed at practice, sportsmanship, team loyalty, cooperation with coaches, etc. will be dealt with at the coach’s discretion. • Punishment could range from a verbal reprimand to dismissal from the team dependent on the severity of the infraction.
  • 4. Commitment (cont.) • Conduct determined to be detrimental to the welfare of the team and/or Perry Central will result in disciplinary action as deemed appropriate by the coach and/or Athletic Director. • Depending on the severity of the conduct, punishment could range from a verbal reprimand to suspension from the athletic program.
  • 5. Commitment (cont.) • In order to practice or participate with an organization on a particular day, the student must be in school for that entire day. The school day begins at the start of homeroom. Any student who is tardy is ineligible for either practice or participation on that day unless he/she provides a written legal excuse before the end of school.
  • 6. Legal Excuses • As stated in the Perry Central School District Parent/Student Handbook – Personal illness – Illness or death in the family – Impassable roads or weather – Religious observance – Quarantine – Required court appearance – Attendance at health clinics – Approved college visits – Approved cooperative work programs – Military obligations – Appointment for learner’s permit – Road test – Such other reasons as may be approved by the building principal
  • 7. Sportsmanship • Students – Demonstrate self-control and respect for others at all times. – Remember that participation in athletics is a privilege that is not to be abused by unsportsmanlike conduct. – Treat opponents with respect. – Respect the integrity and judgment of the officials. – Remember that improper behavior while in uniform reflects poorly upon yourself, your family, your school and your community.
  • 8. Sportsmanship (cont.) • Parents – Keep cheering positive. – Avoid actions which offend visiting teams or individual players. – Show appreciation of good play by both teams. – Learn the rules of the game in order to be a better- informed spectator. – Treat all visiting teams in a manner in which you would expect to be treated. – Accept the judgment of coaches and officials. – Encourage other spectators to participate in the spirit of good sportsmanship.
  • 9. Student’s Responsibilities • Be a good teammate. • Listen to and communicate with your coaches. • Be early for everything. • Be prepared. • Lead by example. • Maintain the district’s property. • Give your absolute best every day. • Please come out and support all of our teams.
  • 10. Parent’s Responsibilities • Be the model of sportsmanship. • Please observe the 24-hour rule when communicating with coaches. • Help your child be early for everything. • Let the coaches coach and let the players play. – Do not try to coach your student-athlete from the spectator area during a contest at any time. • Please come out and support all of our teams.
  • 11. High School Sports Standards • Football – Individuals must have 11 practices prior to the first scrimmage and 15 practices prior to the first contest. • Volleyball – Individuals must have 4 practices prior to the first scrimmage and 6 practices prior to the first contest. • Soccer – Individuals must have 6 practices prior to the first scrimmage and 8 practices prior to the first contest. • Cheerleading – Individuals must have 8practices prior to the first contest.
  • 12. Modified Sports Standards • Football – Individuals must have 13 practices prior to the first scrimmage and 17 practices prior to the first contest. • Soccer – Individuals must have 9 practices prior to the first scrimmage and 11practices prior to the first contest. • Volleyball – Individual must have 8 practices prior to the first scrimmage and 10 practices prior to the first contest.
  • 13. Concussion Management • The Board of Education recognizes the seriousness of concussions and the potentially progressive nature of an impact to the head especially during the first week following injury where re-injury can result in second impact syndrome and more severe injury.
  • 14. Return to Play Protocol • When a student shows signs or symptoms of a concussion or is suspected to have sustained a brain injury after an evaluation by medical personnel: – The student will not be allowed to return to play/activity in the current game or practice. – Following the injury, the student must follow up with his/her primary care physician or by an emergency department within the first 24 hours. – Return to play must follow a medical clearance and successful completion of the “Return to Play Protocol.”
  • 15. Return to Play Protocol (cont.) • The program is broken down into seven steps in which only one step is covered per one 24 hour period. – 1. No exertion activities until asymptomatic. – 2. Light aerobic exercise such as walking or stationary bike, etc. No resistance training. – 3. Sport/activity specific exercise such as skating, running, etc. Progressive addition of resistance training may begin. – 4. Non-contact training/skill drills. – 5. Neuropsychological testing (i.e. ImPACT). – 6. Full contact training in practice setting (if a contact/collision sport). – 7. Return to competition. • If any concussion symptoms reoccur, the athlete should drop back to the previous level and try to progress after 24 hours of rest.
  • 16. ImPACT Testing • ImPACT is a non-invasive test that is set up in a video-game type format. It takes about 15-20 minutes to complete and tracks information such as memory, reaction time, speed and concentration. • It is not an IQ test. • The ImPACT testing procedures pose no risk to your student-athlete.
  • 17. ImPACT Testing (cont.) • A baseline examination will be given to students before the beginning of the sports season. • If an athlete is believed to have suffered a head injury during participation in practice or a competition, the ImPACT system will be used to help determine the severity of the head injury and the speed of recovery.
  • 18. ImPACT Testing (cont.) • Students who need to be tested this year – If you are in grades 7, 9 or 11 – If you are new to the district (Every grade) – If you are coming out for sports for the first time (Every grade)
  • 19. ImPACT Schedule August 2 – Football : 9:00 – 9:30 , Soccer : 9: 30 – 10:00 , Cheerleading/ Volleyball : 10:00 -10:30 August 16 – Modified sports Grade 7 Football : 9:00 -9:30 , Soccer : 9:30 -10:00 , Cheerleading/ Volleyball : 10:00 – 10:30 ALL Sessions are in the High School Library
  • 20. ATHLETIC PLACEMENT PROCESS • Any 7th or 8th grade student interested in trying out for a JV or Varsity sport must complete APP Criteria. • Athletes must be recommended by the Head Coach and approved by the Athletic Director in order to be considered for this classification.
  • 21. Interscholastic Athletics Physical Education • Students that do not complete a season for any reason (i.e. Cut during tryouts or removed from a squad for violating the Athletic Code) will receive NO credit toward their physical education requirement. • Students must complete the “Interscholastic Athletics Physical Education Application” form prior to scheduling. • Students will be responsible for recording their participation on the “Interscholastic Athletics Physical Education Time Sheet” and having their coaches initial the time sheets. • Students will be responsible for collecting the “Interscholastic Athletics Physical Education Coach’s Verification Form” at the end of the season.
  • 22. Break-Out Sessions • Boys’ Soccer – Gymnasium • Girls’ Soccer - Gymnasium • Volleyball – Room 120 • Cheerleading - Library • Football - Cafeteria