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Title: LOWELL ATHLETIC DEPARTMENT


1
LOWELL ATHLETIC DEPARTMENT
  • MEETING FOR 8TH GRADE ATHLETES AND PARENTS
  • May 7, 2015

2
MEET OUR COACHES
  • Volleyball Dana Jeffries
  • Girls Soccer Erin Gavelek
  • Boys Soccer Antonio Gomez
  • Girls Cross Country Scott Coil
  • Boys Cross Country Jake Rakoczy
  • Cheerleading Jennifer Del Real
  • Boys Tennis Dustin Hudak
  • Girls Golf John Harris
  • Football Keith Kilmer
  • Girls Basketball Mike McLindon
  • Boys Basketball Joe Delgado
  • Boys Swim Nick Schuyler
  • Girls Swim Sherry Hilbrich
  • Wrestling Bobby Howard
  • Gymnastics Joe Rodenbucher
  • Softball Pete Iussig
  • Baseball Bobby Wong
  • Boys Golf John Harris
  • Girls Tennis Dustin Hudak
  • Girls Track Scott Coil
  • Boys Track Jake Rakoczy
  • Athletic Trainer Baldo
  • Strength Coordinators
  • Steve Harker, Jeremy Bilka and
  • Derek Thompson

3
PARTICIPATION IN ATHLETICS
  • BETTER GRADES
  • LOWER RATES OF TRUANCY
  • STRONGER ATTACHMENT TO SCHOOL
  • BALANCE, DISCIPLINE, and COMMUNICATION
  • Studies show participation is a great way to
    connect with parents and peers on a daily basis

4
NORTHWEST CROSSROADS CONFERENCE
  • ANDREAN 59ERS
  • GRIFFITH PANTHERS
  • HOBART BRICKIES
  • HIGHLAND TROJANS
  • LOWELL RED DEVILS
  • KANKAKEE VALLEY KOUGARS
  • MUNSTER MUSTANGS

5
LHS SPORTS OFFERED
  • Fall Sports
  • Boys and Girls Cross Country (V/JV)
  • Boys and Girls Soccer (V/JV)
  • Boys Tennis (V/JV)
  • Girls Golf (V/JV)
  • Volleyball (V/JV/Frosh)
  • Cheerleading (V/JV/Frosh)
  • Football (V/JV/Frosh)
  • Student Trainers
  • Student Managers
  • Spring Sports
  • Softball (V/JV)
  • Baseball (V/JV/FR)
  • Girls Track (V/JV)
  • Boys Track (V/JV)
  • Girls Tennis (V/JV)
  • Boys Golf (V/JV)
  • Student Trainers
  • Student Managers
  • Winter Sports
  • Boys/Girls Swimming (V/JV)
  • Boys/Girls Basketball (V/JV/Frosh)
  • Wrestling (V/JV/Frosh)
  • Gymnastics (V/JV)
  • Cheerleading (V/JV/Frosh)
  • Student Trainers
  • Student Managers

6
OFFICIAL STARTING DATES
  • FALL
  • - Girls Golf 07/31/2015
  • - Boys/Girls Cross Country, Football,
    Boys/Girls Soccer,
  • Boys Tennis and Volleyball 08/03/2015
  • WINTER SPORTS
  • - Girls Basketball 10/19/2015
  • - Girls Swimming 10/26/2015
  • - Wrestling 11/02/2015
  • - Boys Basketball and Boys Swim 11/09/2015
  • - Gymnastics 11/23/2015
  • SPRING SPORTS
  • - Boys/Girls Track 2/15/2016
  • - Softball 3/07/2016
  • - Baseball, Boys Golf and Girls Tennis
    3/14/2016

7
MORATORIUM WEEK
  • NO ACTIVITIES SCHEDULED
  • COACHES HAVE NO CONTACT WITH ATHLETES
  • GREAT TIME FOR FAMILY VACATIONS
  • IHSAA MANDATES THE WEEK OF JULY 4TH FOR ALL
    ATHLETES (JUNE 28TH - JULY 5TH, 2015)
  • IHSAA MANDATES LAST FULL WEEK OF JULY FALL SPORTS
    MUST HAVE LIMITED ACTIVITY.
  • Conditioning only

8
The Difference Middle School/High School
Athletics
  • Extending yourself to new levels
  • Quicker decisions on the field/faster game/need
    for better skills
  • Saturdays/vacations/extended seasons
  • Practices competitive level
  • Mental/physical discipline

9
Practice Expectations
  • Mandatory attendance
  • Communicating absence
  • Length of practice
  • A.M. times/P.M. times
  • School vacation practice expectations
  • Summer strength, conditioning, open facilities
  • Tuesday/Thursday plyo program
  • Saturday practices

10
High School Cut Policy
  • Based on the coaches discretion
  • Summer commitments
  • Skill development
  • Placement often based on where they develop best

11
OUT OF SEASON CONDITIONING
  • Each program has identified strength, speed,
    agility, conditioning, sport specific program.
  • What is out of season program? Lets identify
    its purpose. (endurance, injury prevention,
    mental toughness, etc.)
  • Plyo program
  • Conflicts of corresponding activities and proper
    protocol.
  • Break out tonight talk to coach about out of
    season expectations
  • Must understand the NEXT step in athletic
    participation and the added responsibilities.
  • Competition opportunities
  • Be aware of Team Camps.

12
REQUIRED FORMS
  • PHYSICALS
  • Must be completed on IHSAA physical form before
    athlete can practice (4 pages)
  • Must be done after April 1st to apply for
    following year
  • Physicals will be given at LHS May 26th.
    Appointments are scheduled online
    http//www.tricreek.k12.in.us/lhs/
  • Physicals must be signed by athlete and parent in
    two separate places. Doctor signature ONLY!
  • Physicals and all required paperwork - returned
    to the athletic officeNOT the coach

13
REQUIRED FORMS
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REQUIRED FORMS
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REQUIRED FORMS
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REQUIRED FORMS
  • Athletic Handbook Agreement
  • Emergency Assistance
  • Understanding Guidelines, Policies, and Rules
  • Emergency Medical Information submit online
  • Insurance Waiver
  • Student/Parent Certificate and Consent
  • Civility Clause
  • Guidelines of Social Networking
  • Pesticide Waiver
  • Drug testing policy

17
Athletic Fee
  • A fee per athlete per season cost is used to
    cover athletic expenses, (Booster Club/Corporate
    sponsor assistance has reduced this fee) through
    D4D program. Cost of driver and 1.50 per mile,
    supervision, and athletic trainer, and supplies
    are deferred through this fee.
  • Athletes must ride the school corporation
    transportation to and from athletic events.
  • Travel release document (timeline).
  • Fees can be made by credit card at preseason
    meeting

18
Athletic Department Costs
  • Expenses
  • - Officials, uniforms, warm ups, balls,
    transportation, security, contest workers,
    awards, special recognition programs,
    medical supplies, safety equipment, training
    equipment, variety of sports specific
    equipment, facility improvements
  • Incomes
  • - Booster Club,D4D, gate receipts,
    fundraisers, donations, fees.

19
Expected Expenses
  • Practice Packs
  • Camp Costs
  • Additional team spirit items
  • Sports specific gear (personal items)
  • Transportation fee
  • School locks
  • Replacement for lost or damaged equipment
  • Now accepting payments via credit card. Contact
    athletic office.

20
Scholar Athletes
  • GPA has an affect upon how colleges view your
    enrollment New NCAA rules!
  • IHSAA Scholastic Rule
  • 8 Semesters to complete eligibility
  • Five full credit courses
  • Grading periods
  • NCAA 2.3 OR TAKE A KNEE

21
Character / Citizenship
  • Who are you when things do not go well
  • Attitude determines your life resume
  • Respect what should it look like
  • Can you make the tough decisions under some
    difficult circumstances

22
Where to Drop off the Athletes
  • North Parking lot
  • Door 13 Main entry
  • Door 25 Bus parking
  • Door 17 Field house
  • Pick-up Door 13 Door 17

23
Medical Staff
  • Certified Athletic Trainer
  • Student Trainers
  • Accident Reports
  • Rehab Program
  • Team Doctor
  • Ambulance Service
  • Physical Therapy Service

24
The Realities of an Athletic Scholarship
  • Total number of NCAA schools
  • Division I
  • 306 maximum scholarships allowed over a four year
    period per school
  • 306 scholarships per year x 447 Division I
    colleges 137,026
  • (maximum possible scholarships offered to high
    school students per year)
  • Division II
  • 254 maximum scholarships allowed over a four year
    period per school
  • 254 scholarships per year x 343 division II
    colleges 87,325
  • (maximum possible scholarships offered to high
    school students 224,352)
  • Total number of high school athletic participants
    6,195,247
  • 224,352/6,195,247 .036
  • An athletes chance of earning a college athletic
    scholarship would be 3.8 out of 100 high school
    athletes in every college and university in
    Division 1 and 2 if issued the maximum number of
    scholarships in every sport for men and women.

25
General Information
  • Tickets
  • - Passes available
  • Pitchfork Passes
  • - Family Pass 165 prior to 8/21/2015 then
    180 (Immediate family only same
    residence. Parents and children high school age
    and under) ONLY.
  • - Adult 75 prior to 8/21/2015 then 90
  • - Student 60 prior to 8/21/2015 then 75
  • Senior Citizen Pass (Free to TCSC
    residents 65 and older. Must provide ID)
  • Event Ticket Prices
  • - All Varsity Event 6 (everyone is
  • - All J.V. and Frosh 5 adult / 4 student
  • Websites
  • www.schedulestar.com
  • - Contest schedules
  • - Able to sign up for either e-mail or text
    message alert if event is postponed or cancelled.
  • www.lowellatleticbooster.com
  • - Membership, purchases, good news, meeting
    minutes, ad report, board members,
    constitution.

26
JOBS
  • Communication with coach
  • Informing Employer
  • Managing Time

27
Student Resume
  • Maintaining record of high school involvement and
    successes.
  • Used for college application process.
  • NCAA Clearinghouse registration
  • How do you want to be viewed by a university at
    the end of your high school career?

28

Important Date for Athletic Physical Night
  • Physicals will be held on Tuesday, May 27th
    starting at 445PM.
  • The athletic office of Lowell High School is
    accepting appointments online by going to Lowell
    High Schools website
  • http//www.tricreek.k12.in.us/lhs/
  • Scroll down page to In the News Click on LHS
    Athletic Physicals
  • Then click here and complete appointment
    registration.
  • Physicals are 20 for booster members and 25 for
    non-booster members.

29
Booster Club/Booster President
  • Role
  • Parental Involvement- 2 big events
  • Successes
  • Activities- volunteer during your athletes
    assigned week
  • Memberships

30
CONCLUSION
  • Breakout to sport tables to pick up important
    summer and camp information
  • Color coded by season
  • FallPurple WinterTeal SpringOrange
    Multi-Season/BoostersRed
  • Location Little Theatre which is to the right
    when leaving auditorium
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