Spring 2014 Parent Information PPT

Spring Coaches
• Baseball
Head Coach
Roc Murray
– Assistants (Steven Moller, Tom Eakes, Bob Townsend, Mike Pappas,
Randy May)
– JV Jon Murray (Scott Alexander)
– Frosh Greg Marjama (Scott Clemmer & Daniel Clemmer)
• Golf
Head Coach
Tim Hurrianko
– Assistant (Chris Carolan )
– JV Mike Wagner
• Soccer
Head Coach
Paul Morrison
– Assistants (Chris Starr, Stacy Starr)
– JV Grant Depue
– Frosh Paul Werner & Geoffrey Clarion
• Softball
Head Coach
– Assistants (Tom Hardy, Jerry Wallace)
– JV Darla Sommerville (Jason Tillery)
Marissa Hardy
• Swimming
Head Coach (Boys)
- JV Kayla Marcello
• Swimming
Head Coach (Girls)
- JV Jaimie Brown & Rachel Robertson
• Tennis
Head Coach
- Assistant Jeff Safin
• Track (Boys)
Head Coach
• Track (Girls)
Head Coach
Kristin Hamm
April Kenitzer
Dale Eckenburg
Matt Eckman
Kent Roosevelt
– Assistants ( Chris Knorzer, Nick Vogt, George Patterson & Kimberly Bayer)
• Volleyball
Head Coach
– JV Brooke McFerren
Ray deLeon
Rocklin High School
Athletic Vision
• What’s the main thing?
– The Rocklin High School Athletic program is and integral part of
the Rocklin High School learning experience. The RHS student
athlete experience is a result of the “six Pillars of Success” as
outlined in the Rocklin High School handbook; a lifelong learner
and continually improving. (Character, Communication ,
Commitment, Curriculum, Challenge and Community)
– The best learning comes when coach and teacher work together
• Connections
– It has been proven that when an adult on campus connects with a
HS student their chance for success increases exponentially.
– You have that opportunity to connect with athletes
Connect on Many Different Levels
You are a role model for all
these attributes.
Actions both on and off
the athletic arena.
Rocklin High School and
community have high
“Success is peace of mind
which is a direct result of selfsatisfaction in knowing you did
your best to become the best
that you are capable of
becoming”. -John Wooden
Philosophy at Work
• Tryouts
– Transparent & tangible
– “Why didn’t my student athlete make the team?”
• Playing Time
– Communicate clearly and how to discuss
– Establish Protocol
• Sharing Athletes- Club Sports Factors
Athletic Clearances
• Athletic Clearance
– Physical, Proof of Insurance, Athletic Handbook Acknowledgment,
Concussion certification, Social Media contract
– Yellow Slip (Clearance slip) Feb. 10th or on the Tryout roster
• Academics
– RHS Grading System
– Harder to Fail than to Succeed @ RHS
– 2.0 only 1 No Mark (NM) Essence of our School
• Residential- see me if Q’s
– If you have an unfamiliar face at practice we need to know about it.
– Entire family moves, split families, follow coach
– Part of Athletic Clearance- Voluntary, it is tax deductable. Do their part
• Rosters to Kelly Petrilla– After each cut – must have final roster ASAP after final cuts, Update
Supervision & Responsibilities
• Locker Rooms
– Coach must accompany team and the last to leave
– Pick up after yourself when you leave! Bench, bleachers, etc….
– Fight Song with Cheer and Dance
• Travel-Transportation
– “On your own”
– Overnight trip expectations forms completed prior to leaving
• Game Day Attendance
– 2:00 pm on game day
– Please confirm with email
• Incident Reports
– Must report all injuries on Incident Report Form
• Pictures- RHS Athletics Fundraiser!!!
– Contact Frank Shields with date and time [email protected]
• Try to never be alone with a student athlete .
• Don’t pick up students in a car and be alone
with them.
• Keep yourself out of situations where you
could be accused of improper behavior with
students or other staff.
Social Media and the Student Athlete
• Any social media contact must be professional not
• Remind 101- Professional way to communicate
with students- designed for teachers.
• Social Media Contract……….
– Review with Student Athletes
– Review with Parents
Athletic Handbooks and
• Umbrella Affect
– Must fall under
– Submit copy of Team policies/rules – Parent Meeting Dates
to Kelly / Stewart
• Athletic Code of Conduct
– On and Off Field of Play
– Reflection of self, team, school, parents, community
– Class III Infractions
Form emotional conclusions
about rational situations
• Communication
– Protocol
• Player –Coach
• Player- Program Head
• Player -Parent- Coach- Program Head
• Player-Parent- Coach-Program Head- Athletic Director
– Critical Piece- Bring on board as much as possible
• Transparency
– Proactive approach
• Coaches Clearance
– Contract, CPR, FA, NHS,BBP, TB,SS#,I-9,DEA, W4, Concussion Cert,
Pull Notice……………… and your 1st born!
– Janet McAlexander – list
• Sports Med- DeVinna
– Hours 2:45-4:00
– Report Injuries- Email and Incident Report
– Ice and 1st Aide Kits
• Media
– Know the audience, motives- 30 sec headlines, Quotes
• Dead Periods
– 2 times- before and after season
Mandatory Concussion Training
AB 25 & AB1451
“A student-athlete who is suspected of sustaining a concussion or head
injury in a practice or game shall be removed from competition at that time
and for the remainder of the day.”
“A student-athlete who has been removed may not return to play until the
athlete is evaluated by a licensed health care provider trained in the
evaluation and management of concussion, and received written clearance
to return to play from that health care provider”.
Free online training requirement available at
www.NFHSLearn.com or
Have FUN!!!!!!!!!!
Why play High School Sports………?
Sometimes the hardest thing to do with most talented teams…….
Team building activities
Thank you for Attending
Go Thunder!

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