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Athletic Standards

 SKYVIEW ATHLETICS 2014-15

 

Athletic Department – Eric Bonds, Athletic Director

Jared Wang, Athletic Director

 

Athletic Department Philosophy/Purpose

Develop student-athletes who compete and become successful people beyond athletics.

 

Communication when there is an issue…

  1. Player-Coach Meeting (Player talks to coach before or after practice.)
  2. Player-Parent-Coach Meeting (Parent calls or e-mails athlete’s coach to set up a time to meet.  Please do not do this immediately before or after a game.)
  3. (If Sub-Varsity Athlete) Player-Parent-Coach-Head Varsity Coach (Parent calls or e-mails Head Varsity Coach to set up a time to meet.  Please do not do this immediately before or after a game.)
  4. Player-Parent-Coach-Head Varsity Coach-Athletic Director (Parent calls or emails Athletic Director to set up a time to meet.  Please do not do this immediately before or after a game.)

Face-to-Face communication is always best.  Please do not use electronic media (Facebook, e-mail, blogs, sports boards, or text) to express your concerns… Only use e-mail or text to set up an appointment to discuss a situation that your son or daughter was not able to resolve with their coach first. (Playing time, strategy, and other athletes are not appropriate issues to discuss with coaches.)

 

Gate Costs/Family Passes/Punch Passes

  • Varsity Nights: $5 Adult, Students $3, Elementary/Seniors $2
  • Sub-Varsity Only Nights: Adults $4, Students $2, Elementary/Seniors $1

 

Schedules/Results/Information

 

District Transportation Fee

  • $50 per sport
  • Please make checks payable to Skyview High School.
  • Transportation Fees will be collected at 2:35 pm in the back hallway (between the weight room and the gym) on dates to be determined.
  • If necessary, before the date your sport’s Transportation Fees are due, please see your head coach for information on the financial hardship payment plan.
  • No refunds to students who quit, transfer, or are removed from the team.

     

    Athletic Trainer – Rusty Sullivan rsullivan@nsd131.org  

  • Concussions    www.cdc.gov/Concussion
  • Dr. Curran

 


 

 

SKYVIEW ATHLETE STANDARDS

 

Standards are lived.   This is what we do all the time.  These are the things for which we hold one another accountable.

 

  • ACHIEVE IN THE CLASSROOM – Minimum 2.0 and No F’s
  • BE A GOOD TEAMMATE – Make others around you better.
  • DO WHAT’S RIGHT – On campus and in the community
  • PREPARE TO SUCCEED - Giving your best at all times.
  • “THIS IS OUR HOUSE”  – Collective responsibility (Pride in our facilities, students, staff, and school.)

 

SKYVIEW ATHLETICS & ACTIVITIES

Academic Eligibility

 

Academic Eligibility Expectation:

 

·    Students must maintain a minimum unweighted 2.0 GPA and pass all classes during each grading period.

 

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Policy Breakdown:

  1. To Start a Season:

Student-Athlete must satisfy both criteria of the grade policy from the semester, quarter, or  progress report immediately prior to the season.

 

If a student passed the minimum required classes at the previous semester,  but scored below a 2.0 GPA AND/OR received one or more F grades in the most recent semester, quarter, or progress report grading period, that student will start the season on “Suspension 1” (Eligible to practice, but not play in games).

 

2.     During Season:        

        Student-Athlete must satisfy both criteria of the grade policy at the appropriate grading

        Periods (progress, quarter, semester) as defined by the Athletic Director.

        If the student does not maintain a 2.0 semester G.P.A. with no F grades the student will go to

        Suspension 1 until the student’s grade meets the minimum standard. (As entered in the Power

        School computer grade book.)

                               

 

Suspension 1:  Student may practice, but not play in games.  Student will spend time in study hall or with a tutor, as defined by the Head Coach.  If student achieves both criteria, as entered in the computer, then the student is eligible to play in games, but will remain on probation.  If student fails to achieve either criteria after ten (10) school days, that student will be moved to

“Suspension 2.”

 

Suspension 2:  Student may practice, but not play in games.  Student will spend time in study hall or with a tutor, as defined by the Head Coach.  Student will be given ten (10) school days to improve grades to the Eligibility Standards.  If student achieves both criteria, then the student is eligible to play in games, but will remain on probation.  Failure to achieve either criteria will result in removal from team for remainder of season.

 

*No Credit (NC), Drop F, Incomplete earned during a previous grading period is equivalent to a failing grade.

 

**Any extenuating circumstances may be appealed to the Athletic Director and the Athletic/Activities Committee on Eligibility (ACE).