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Title: 2009 Football Freshman


1
Marian Catholic High School700 Ashland
AvenueChicago Heights, Illinois 60411(708)
755-8286
  • 2009 Football Freshman
  • Organizational Meeting

2
Class of 2013
  • The Marian Catholic High School Class of 2013
    (freshman-2009) will have their first Football
    organizational meeting on Saturday, August 08,
    2009 at 0930 am in the West Gymnasium.
  • Incoming Freshman must attend this organizational
    meeting. It will set the stage for your
    participation during the Fall of 2009 as a member
    of the Class of 2013.

3
Class of 2013
  • Parent (s) are encouraged to attend this
    organizational meeting. It will set the stage
    for your involvement as a parent during the Fall
    of 2009 as a parent of student in the Class of
    2013.
  • This meeting will conclude by 1100 am on
    Saturday, August 08, 2009.

4
Class of 2013
  • Practice will start for the Class of 2013
    freshman at Marian Catholic High School during
    the 2009 09 school year on Wednesday, August
    12, 2009.
  • Practices on that day will be as follows
  • 0300 pm 0500 pm
  • 0600 pm 0730 pm

5
Class of 2013
  • A composite practice schedule for the Class of
    2013 will be supplied at the organizational
    meeting for incoming freshman on Saturday, August
    08, 2009 at 0930 am.

6
Football Information Sheets
  • Upon your arrival for the organizational
    Freshman Football meeting, you will be introduced
    to a member of the sophomore and/or varsity squad
    who will take care of the following
  • Heights
  • Weights
  • Necessary Paperwork For Registration
  • Tour of the facilities and the campus

7
Introductions and Welcome
  • On behalf of the Marian Catholic High School
    Athletic Department and most importantly, the
    Marian Catholic High School Football program, a
    hearty and sincere welcome is extended to the
    parents and students of the freshman class of
    2009 and the graduating class of 2013.

8
Varsity Football Coaching Staff
9
Varsity Defensive Coaching Staff
10
Varsity Offensive Coaching Staff
11
Sophomore Coaching Staff
12
Freshman Coaching Staff
13
2009 Freshman Football Schedule
  • 2009 Freshman Football Schedule
  • Day-Date Opponent Site Time
  • Wed, Aug 12, 2009 IHSA Season Starts Marian
    1200 am
  • Fri, Aug 28, 2009 IHSA First Contest --
    --
  • Sat, Aug 29, 2009 Homewood Flossmoor Flossmoor
    0900 am
  • Thu, Sep 03, 2009 Bloom Chgo Hgts 0430
    pm
  • Sat, Sep 12, 2009 Notre Dame Marian
    0930 am
  • Sat, Sep 19, 2009 St Joseph Westchester
    0930 am
  • Sat, Sep 26, 2009 Carmel Marian 0930 am
  • Sat, Oct 03, 2009 Nazareth LaGrange Pk
    0930 am
  • Sat, Oct 10, 2009 St Viator Marian 0930
    am
  • Sat, Oct 17, 2009 Joliet Catholic Joliet
    0930 am
  • Sat, Oct 24, 2009 Marist Marian 0930 am

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2009 Freshman B Football Schedule
  • 2009 Freshman B Football Schedule
  • Day-Date Opponent Site Time
  • Wed, Aug 12, 2009 IHSA Season
    Starts Marian 1200 am
  • Fri, Aug 28, 2009 IHSA First Contest -- --
  • Sat, Aug 29, 2009 Homewood Flossmoor Flossmoor
    1030 am
  • Tues, Sep 08, 2009 Bloom Marian 0430 pm

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Football Schedule
  • It is customary for the Marian Catholic Football
    squad members to be present in a timely manner
    prior to the start of a home Football contest or
    prior to the departure time for an away Football
    contest. These times will be designated by the
    coaching staff of the Freshman Football squad.
    There will be a squad meeting, special team
    meetings, a period to dress, and either a field
    set-up responsibility for home contests or a bus
    trip for away contests.

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Football Schedule - Home
  • Marian Catholic High School will play all
    regularly scheduled freshman home games in the
    Football complex located on the West campus area.
    All home Marian Catholic freshman Football games
    will start at 0930 am. The Homewood Flossmoor
    contest will begin at 0900 am and the Bloom
    contest at 0430 pm.

17
Football Schedule - Away
  • Marian Catholic High School will play all
    regularly scheduled freshman away games in
    Football complexes as designated by the schedule.
    All away Marian Catholic freshman Football games
    will start at 0930 am. Maps and locations for
    all away contests follow.

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Football Schedule - Away
  • Marian Catholic High School will supply bus
    transportation to all regularly scheduled
    freshman away games in Football. All away Marian
    Catholic freshman Football games will start at
    0930 am. Buses will be scheduled to depart in a
    timely fashion according to the schedule.
    Departure times will vary based on the length of
    the trip and the location of the opponent.
    Schedules will be provided.

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Homewood Floss 08/29/09
  • HOMEWOOD FLOSSMOOR HIGH SCHOOL
  • 999 Kedzie Avenue
  • Flossmoor, Illinois 60422
  • 708-799-3000
  • Homewood Flossmoor High School is located on
    Kedzie Avenue and Flossmoor Road in Flossmoor,
    Illinois.
  • Travel West on Joe Orr Road to Western Avenue
    North.
  • Travel North Western Avenue to Vollmer Road West.
  • Travel West on Vollmer Road to Kedzie Avenue
    North..
  • Travel North on Kedzie Avenue (past Governors
    Highway - Route 50 and Flossmoor Road to Homewood
    Flossmoor High School.
  • Drive Carefully and Enjoy The Contest

20
Bloom 09/03/09
  • Bloom Trail High School
  • Sauk Trail and Cottage Grove
  • Chicago Heights, Illinois 60411
  • (708) 755-1122
  • (Directions from Marian Catholic High School)
  • Bloom Trail High School is located on the corners
    of Sauk Trail and Cottage Grove in Chicago
    Heights, Illinois.
  • Travel East on Joe Orr Road to Cottage Grove
    South.
  • Travel South On Cottage Grove to Bloom Trail High
    School.
  • Travel past Sauk Trail to the large parking lot.
    Football complex is located southeast of the
    school building.
  • Bloom Trail High School is located on the corners
    of Sauk Trail and Cottage Grove in Chicago
    Heights, Illinois.
  • Drive Carefully and Enjoy The Contest!

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St Joseph 09/19/09
  • ST JOSEPH HIGH SCHOOL - WESTCHESTER
  • 1840 South Mayfair
  • Westchester, Illinois 60153
  • (708) 562-4433
  • Travel North and West on Interstate 294 to Ogden
    Avenue Exit East (Route 34).
  • Travel East on Ogden Avenue (Route 34) to Wolf
    Road North.
  • Travel North (Left) on Wolf Road to Cermak Road
    (22nd Street) East.
  • Travel East (Right) on Cermak Road to Mayfair
    North.
  • Travel North (Left) on Mayfair to Westchester St
    Joseph.
  • Drive Carefully And Enjoy The Contest!

22
Nazareth 10/03/09
  • NAZARETH ACADEMY
  • 1209 West Ogden Avenue
  • LaGrange Park, Illinois 60525
  • (708) 482-6470
  • Nazareth Academy is located on the North side of
    Ogden Avenue in LaGrange Park, Illinois.
  • Travel North and West on Interstate-294 to Ogden
    Avenue East.
  • Travel East on Ogden Avenue approximately four
    blocks East of Wolf Road to Nazareth Academy,
    located on the north side of Ogden Avenue.
  • Drive Carefully and Enjoy the Contest!

23
Joliet Catholic 10/17/09
  • JOLIET CATHOLIC ACADEMY
  • 1200 Larkin Avenue
  • Joliet, Illinois 60435
  • 815-741-0500
  • Joliet Catholic Academy is located on the
    Northeast corner of Larkin Avenue and Ingalls
    Avenue in Joliet, Illinois.
  • Travel West on Interstate 80 to the Joliet area.
    The last Joliet exit will be LarkinAvenue. Exit
    North on Larkin Avenue.
  • Travel North on Larkin Avenue to Ingalls Avenue.
  • Turn East on Ingalls Avenue and into the large
    parking lot. Football field is northeast of
    school building.
  • DRIVE CAREFULLY AND ENJOY THE CONTEST!

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Practice Equipment
  • One Man Tackling Sled (02)
  • One Man Blocking Sled
  • Throwing Footballs
  • Kicking Footballs
  • Kickoff Tees-Blocks-Rings-Nets-Holder
  • Parts Kit
  • Field Cones and Layout
  • Hoses
  • Agility Bags

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School Issued Equipment
  • Helmet
  • Sanitize Weekly
  • Maintain Hardware
  • Repairs must be made during the day before
    practice or after practice
  • Chin Strap
  • Shoulder Pads
  • Maintain straps, buckles, laces, and hardware

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School Issued Equipment
  • Hip Pads
  • Must be worn. Do not cut or alter the protective
    hip pad material.
  • Thigh Pads
  • Knee Pads
  • Risers

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School Issued Equipment
  • Game Uniforms
  • White Pants
  • Black Jersey
  • White Jersey
  • Responsibility For Uniform
  • Responsibility For Repairs
  • 300.00 Replacement Cost

28
Practice Equipment
  • Horse-Hose-Coupler
  • Seven Man Sled and Pads
  • Stand Up Blocking Dummies
  • Hand Held Blocking Shields
  • Rope Channel
  • Jugs Football Machine
  • Jugs Machine Footballs
  • Extension Cords
  • Generator
  • Medical Kit
  • Ice-Bags-Cups
  • Scrimmage Vests

29
Athlete Equipment Responsibility
  • In order to budget for some expenses that will
    be incurred during August for participation in
    the Football program, the following items are
    brought to your attention at this time

30
Athlete Equipment Responsibility
  • 1. Each participant will be responsible for the
    purchase of football shoes. Football shoes
    should be black in color and must have the
    polyurethane removable cleats. METAL SPIKES ARE
    NOT LEGAL. Shoes can be purchased at a location
    chosen by each family.

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Athlete Equipment Responsibility
  • 2. Each participant will be responsible for the
    purchase of a pair of white practice Football
    pants. Practice Football pants can be purchased
    by prospective candidates through the school
    athletic department on Tuesday, August 12, 2009.

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Athlete Equipment Responsibility
  • 3. Each participant will be responsible and
    required to purchase a Football practice jersey.
    The practice Football jersey can be purchased by
    prospective candidates through the school
    athletic department on Tuesday, August 12, 2009.

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Athlete Equipment Responsibility
  • 4. Each participant will be responsible for the
    purchase of a webb belt. Webb belts will be used
    with the practice Football pants as well as with
    game Football pants. Webb belts can be purchased
    by prospective candidates through the school
    athletic department on Tuesday, August 12, 2009.

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Athlete Equipment Responsibility
  • 5. Each participant will be required to
    purchase a Marian Catholic High School security
    lock to secure their athletic lockers. Marian
    Catholic High School will only allow our school
    locks to be used in the athletic locker rooms.
    Security locks can be purchased by prospective
    candidates through the school athletic department
    on Tuesday, August 12, 2009.

35
Athlete Equipment Responsibility
  • Each participant will be responsible for the
    purchase of a spandex girdle for hip pad
    placement through school athletic department.
    This purchase will be made as the athletes begin
    to wear equipment.

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Athlete Equipment Responsibility
  • 7. Each participant will be presented with a
    mouth piece. Mouth pieces are to be worn at
    practice sessions as well as during contests.
    Mouth pieces will be equipment given out to each
    athlete.

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Athlete Equipment Responsibility
  • 8. Each participant can purchase a pair of
    black Marian gym shorts. Black Marian gym shorts
    will be used for Physical Education also. Black
    Marian gym shorts can be purchased by prospective
    candidates through the school athletic department
    on Tuesday, August 12, 2009.

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Athlete Equipment Responsibility
  • 9. Each participant will need to supply their
    own tee -shirts, supporters, and socks. These
    will be made available to prospective candidates
    for purchase through the Marian bookstore or can
    be supplied through personal purchase. Tee
    shirts should be plain and not suggestive in any
    way.

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Athlete Equipment Responsibility
  • 10. Each participant will need to supply a pair
    of sweat pants, a sweat shirt, and a pair of gym
    shoes for situations that arise for their use.

40
Athlete Equipment Responsibility
  • 11. Each participant will need to supply soap,
    shampoo, towels, and other personal toiletry
    items as required and desired.

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Athlete Equipment Responsibility
  • The Marian Catholic High School athletic
    department bookstore will be open on Tuesday -
    August 12, 2009 - for all freshmen Football
    tryout candidates to purchase clothing items from
    the bookstore.
  • 1000 am 1030 am Freshman
  • (Last Names A L)
  • 1030 am 1100 am Freshman
  • (Last Names M Z)

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Bookstore Items For Football
  • The following price list is being supplied at
    this time for your convenience in approximating a
    budget
  • Practice Football Pants
  • 20.00 Medium / Large / Extra Large
  • 20.00 Double Extra Large
  • 23.00 Triple Extra Large

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Bookstore Items For Football
  • The following price list is being supplied at
    this time for your convenience in approximating a
    budget
  • Practice Football Jersey
  • 22.00 Medium / Large / Extra Large
  • 22.00 Double Extra Large
  • 25.00 Triple Extra Large

44
Bookstore Items For Football
  • The following price list is being supplied at
    this time for your convenience in approximating a
    budget
  • Black Marian Gym Shorts
  • 12.00 Medium / Large / Extra Large
  • 12.00 Double Extra Large
  • 15.00 Triple Extra Large

45
Bookstore Items For Football
  • The following price list is being supplied at
    this time for
  • your convenience in approximating a budget
  • Miscellaneous
  • 06.50 Marian Security Lock
  • 25.00 Marian Black Duffel Bag
  • 10.00 Practice Gray Tee - Shirts
  • 04.00 Supporters
  • 02.50 Socks
  • 02.00 Webb Belt

46
Bookstore Items For Football
  • The listed prices are projected for the 2009
    season.
  • They may vary according to price adjustments
    from the supplier.

47
Bookstore Items For Football
  • It would be most convenient for the above items
    to be purchased with a blank and signed check -
    made payable to Lansing Sport Shop.

48
Administrative Policy
1. Football shoes are never to be worn in the
school building for any reason.
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Administrative Policy
  • 2. INJURY - Any and all injuries are to be
    reported immediately to the coaching staff.
    Accident reports may need to be filled out for
    insurance purposes. You, the student - athlete
    are just as responsible to see that this is done,
    as is the coaching staff.

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Administrative Policy
  • 3. INSURANCE - The major medical and
    hospitalization plan of each family is the sole
    carrier that is active. Supplemental insurance
    can be purchased and/or primary insurance
    purchased through Zevitz-Redfield Insurance
    (forms can be obtained from the Athletic Office).

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Administrative Policy
  • 4. The locker room is not a play area. There
    is to be no horseplay in the locker room. The
    locker room should be kept clean and neat.
    Athletes should get into the locker room quickly
    and exit the locker room as quickly as possible.

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Administrative Policy
  • 5. Driving a vehicle on Marian Catholic High
    School property is a privilege. Cars are to be
    parked on the East side of the large student
    parking lot. Reckless or irresponsible driving
    will not be tolerated.

53
Administrative Policy
6. Students are directed to stay away from the
maintenance area.
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Administrative Policy
  • 7. All garbage should be placed in the
    appropriate receptacles. Garbage cans are
    supplied throughout the locker room, school
    building and outside campus for your convenience
    in disposing of trash.

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Administrative Policy
  • 8. Students are encouraged to purchase a good
    pair of gym shoes and a good pair of Football
    shoes for participation. Football shoes are not
    to be worn inside the school building. Gym shoes
    should be kept in lockers in the event that
    classroom work, gymnasium activity, or blacktop
    area become practice sites.

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Administrative Policy
  • 09. All athletes are directed to leave the
    building through the East or West gymnasium foyer
    exit doors. Athletes are encouraged to leave the
    building immediately after practice. Attempts
    should be made for rides to pick you up without
    needing to gather in the school building.

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Administrative Policy
  • 10. Students are directed to stay out of the
    West gymnasium foyer and the West gymnasium.

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Administrative Policy
  • 11. Athletes are to strive for success in the
    area of academic excellence.

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Administrative Policy
12. Athletes will be checked on a weekly basis
for academic advancement. Deficiencies will be
met with a range to include tutorial through
ineligibility.
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Administrative Policy
  • 13. Students are expected to exhibit proper
    conduct and self control in the classroom.

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Administrative Policy
  • 14. Detention will not be tolerated and
    excessive problems in this area or other
    discipline situations could lead to dismissal
    from the program.

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Administrative Policy
  • 15. Hassling of individuals will not be
    tolerated. Ridicule of peers and abusive and/or
    offensive language are not to be practiced by
    athletes. Failure to cooperate with this policy
    could lead to dismissal from the program.

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Administrative Policy
  • 16. Athletes are expected to be on time for
    every scheduled practice and are to be present at
    every practice. Certain situations might dictate
    that a student be excused from practice. Such
    occurrences should be kept to a minimum, and when
    possible, they should be cleared in advance. If
    sickness occurs or other difficulties arise which
    affect attendance - information can be relayed
    through the following athletic phone number -
    (708) 755-8286. Failure to cooperate with this
    policy could lead to dismissal from the program.

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Administrative Policy
  • Marian Catholic High School will provide an
    athletic trainer throughout the school year.
    This service is provided through Flexeon
    Rehabilitation. The training service provided is
    the first line of intervention for injuries
    sustained at practice or at scheduled athletic
    contest. Parental contact may take place if the
    situation warrants that type of communication.

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Administrative Policy
  • The Football coaching staff Marian Catholic High
    School and the athletic trainer can provide
    physician contacts for injuries sustained
    throughout the school year. It should be
    understood that the physicians names and contacts
    will be supplied at the request of the parent (s)
    and/or guardian. It is also understood that
    family doctors, previous doctor relationships,
    and insurance will play a large part in the
    treatment.

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Administrative Policy
  • The Marian Catholic High School Football
    coaching staff will assign individual large
    lockers to each of our program participants.
    Lockers are to be kept neat and orderly.
    Student-athletes are reminded to secure their
    personal belongings at all times. This includes
    (but is not limited to) clothing, shoes, books,
    jewelry, equipment, money, and all personal or
    school issued items.

67
Administrative Policy
  • The Marian Catholic High School Football
    coaching staff encourages each of our program
    participants to use the locker room as home.
    Therefore, it is expected that they will treat
    the locker room as home. Security is a major
    issue and students are reminded to be observant
    of their own situations as well as those who
    might also be assigned lockers in the same area.

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Administrative Policy
  • It is important for program participant to be
    vigilant when it pertains to their locker room
    and their personal belongings. The locker room
    can be an area for thievery if our participants
    allow. The members of the Football program
    should take great pride in helping to eliminate
    the threat of thievery. More importantly, the
    members of the Football program should eliminate
    the threat of thievery by being totally
    accountable for their belongings, books, personal
    equipment, school issued equipment, and any other
    items that may need to be housed in their
    lockers. The best deterrent to the threat of
    thievery is ownership of the locker room by our
    program participants.

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Practice Format
  • Attendance
  • Field Maintenance
  • Specialty
  • Segment Stretch
  • Segment Agility
  • Seven Man Sled
  • Segment Breakdown
  • Offensive Teamwork
  • Goal Line Offense
  • Defensive Teamwork
  • Goal Line Defense
  • Seven On Seven
  • Scripted Specialty
  • Kicking Specialty
  • Segment Sprints
  • Warm Down

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Practice Format
  • Lifting
  • Films
  • Meetings
  • Discs and the computer

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Visual Image Photography
Visual Image Photography Picture Day Friday -
August 22, 2009
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Visual Image Photography
Visual Image Photography, Inc will be at Marian
Catholic High School on Friday - August 22, 2009
to photograph all levels of all Fall sports
squads. Group/team photographs as well as
individual shots of each player/athlete will be
taken as desired. SQUAD MEMBERS WILL BE IN
COMPETITIVE UNIFORMS FOR THIS SESSION.
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Visual Image Photography
Packets and information for squad pictures will
be made available to the athletes on Wednesday -
August 13, 2009. The packets will contain prices
and directives for the picture session. Checks
must accompany the order form. These are to be
brought with the athletes on Friday - August 22,
2009.
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Visual Image Photography
Checks should be made payable to Visual Image
Photography. Checks should be brought with the
athletes on Friday - August 22, 2009.
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Visual Image Photography
Friday - August 22, 2009 Football Picture
Timetable 1230 pm Varsity Football 1250
pm Sophomore Football 0110 pm Freshman
Football
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Parent Awareness Meeting
Monday, August 25, 2009 The Marian Catholic High
School Athletic Department will host the Fall
Sports Parent Awareness Meeting on Monday, August
25, 2009. The initial meeting will be conducted
in the West Gymnasium and will begin promptly at
0700 pm. The specific Football meeting will be
held in the West Gymnasium following the all
sport discipline presentation.
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Parent Awareness Meeting
Football players, their parent (s) and / or
guardian (s) must be in attendance for the
specific session that will be held with all
Football participants and all Fall sport
discipline participants. The Fall sports Parent
Awareness Meeting will be held on Monday, August
24, 2009. The meeting will be held in the West
Gymnasium and will start at 0700 pm
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Parent Awareness Meeting
The Parent Awareness Meeting generally lasts
about forty five minutes. The Parent Awareness
Meeting will begin with a session in the West
Gymnasium with brief presentations made by the
Athletic Director, the Principal, the president
of the Athletic Booster club, and the trainer.
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Parent Awareness Meeting
The Parent Awareness Meeting will continue with
each sport discipline moving to a specific area
of the school building and meeting with the
respective head coach of each sport
discipline. Program expectations will be outlined
along with an explanation of the
Student-Parent-Coach Oath and the contents of the
handbook.
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Administrative Policy
  • No Smoking
  • No Drinking
  • No Tobacco Chew
  • No Drugs
  • No Substance Abuse
  • No Suggestive Clothing
  • No Suggestive Movements
  • No Cell Phones
  • No Head Wear
  • No Jewelry
  • Dare To Be Different
  • Just Say NO

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MCHS Student-Parent-Coach Oath
  • We recognize that extra-curricular and
    co-curricular activities are a privilege and not
    a right.
  • Students who participate set examples for other
    students and such participation requires students
    and parents to accept certain responsibilities,
    accordingly
  • I will always set a good example of
    sportsmanship/citizenship.
  • I will never use abusive language or engage in
    abusive behavior.
  • I will do my best in the classroom always working
    to improve myself as a person.
  • I will respect the rules and policies of Marian
    Catholic High School
  • I will not use drugs, alcohol, or tobacco.
  • I have read the handbook section outlining the
    impact of the use and/or possession of illegal
    substances.

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MCHS Student-Parent-Coach Oath
  • As a parent, I understand and support the
  • rules and policies regarding the
  • participation of my student in a Marian
  • extra-curricular and co-curricular program.
  • Print Student Name _________________
  • Student Signature ___________________
  • Parent Signature ____________________
  • Date _______________________________
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