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Vero Beach High School
Fighting Indian Football
Parent Meeting 4/11/13
Lenny Jankowski
Head Coach/Athletic Director
Vero Beach High School
• Email [email protected]
• School 772-564-5415
• Cell
772-453-7507
• Address Vero Beach High School
1707 16th St.
Vero Beach, FL 32960
WELCOME
• Head Coach – Lenny Jankowski
• Asst. Coaches- Pete Deluke
Mickey Groody
Marc Harris
Teddy Floyd
Brian Krystoforski
Robert Leslie
Pete MacDonald
Bryan Rahal
Junior Varsity Coaches
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Bryan Debula
Tutti Jenkins
David Marshall
Doug MacKenzie
Gary Parris
Freshmen Coaches
• Milo Thornton
• Rod Smith
• LeRoy Smith
Vero Beach Football Website
www.verobeachfootball.com
SPRING FOOTBALL
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Spring Football is Mandatory
Spring Practice Begins Wednesday May 1st at VBHS Main Campus.
Varsity/JV Practice 2:30-4:45
Freshmen Practice 5:00-7:00
Spring Practice is 5-6 Days a week.
Spring Practice Concludes May 22nd
Varsity Spring Game vs. Dwyer High School Thursday May 23rd at Citrus Bowl 7:00pm
Incoming Freshmen need an EL2 and EL3 (athletic physical) on file before the start of practice
VNA Mobile Van offers free Athletic Physicals…Schedules are available.
Athletic physicals are good for 365 days.
Athletic packets are good for 1 school year.
Incoming Freshmen will not compete with current High School athletes in the Spring.
MAY
Sunday
Monday
Tuesday
Wednesday
Thursday Friday
Saturday
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Practice
2
Practice
4
Practice
3
Practice
Varsity
10:00am
5
6
Practice
7
Practice
8
Practice
9
Practice
10
Practice
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12
13
Practice
14
Practice
15
Practice
16
Practice
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Practice
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Practice
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Practice
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Practice
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Spring
Game vs.
Dwyer 7pm
No School
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Memorial Day
No School
Red/White
Game
11:00am
SUMMER CONDITIONING
VERO BEACH FOOTBALL SUMMER CONDITIONING 2013
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Summer Conditioning Begins on Monday, June 10th :
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Varsity- Monday thru Thursday 9:00am- 11:00am
JV/ Fresh- Monday, Tuesday, Thursday 5:00pm-7:00pm
Hard Work and Commitment are the key ingredients to being successful!
Football and athletic camps are great tools to develop your fundamentals and athletic ability. Camps
can also be a great way to get exposure by college scouts. .
Prior knowledge of camps or family vacations should be communicated to Coach J.
There will be NO summer workouts from June 30th – July 7th
JUNE
Sunday
Monday
Tuesday
Wednesday
Thursday
Friday
Saturday
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5
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Last Day of
Classes!
7
Last Day
for
Teachers
8
USSSA
State 7on7
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Summer
Workouts
Begin
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Car Wash
Waves
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Battle by
the Beach
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Battle by
the Beach
23/30
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27
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Nike 7on7
JULY
Sunday
Monday
Tuesday
Wednesday
Thursday
Friday
Saturday
1
No
Workouts
2
No
Workouts
3
No
Workouts
4
8
Summer
Workouts
Start Back
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14
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FCA Camp
Varsity
FCA Camp
Varsity
FCA Camp
Varsity
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7
6
No Workouts
4th of July
5
No
Workouts
11
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Lawnwood
7on7
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AUGUST
Sunday
Monday
Tuesday
Wednesday
Thursday
Friday
Saturday
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Pract #1
Helmets only
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Pract #2
Helmets
only
10
Pract #3
Helmets
11
12
Full Pads
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Golf
Tourney
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KO Classic
Vs. Palm Bay
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Vs.
Sebastian
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Academic Eligibility
Requirements For The NCAA
www.ncaa.org
Click on the
Eligibility Center
Athlete must register with the Eligibility Center before his senior year for NCAA Division I
or II.
NCAA Division I Academic
Eligibility Requirements
16 Core Courses Required
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4 years of English
3 years of mathematics (Algebra I or higher)
2 years of natural/physical science
1 year of additional English, mathematics, or natural/physical science
2 years of social science
4 years of additional courses (from any area above, foreign language,
or non-doctrinal religion/philosophy)
Division I Core Grade-Point
Core GPA
SAT
Average/Test-Score
SlidingACT
Scale
3.55 & up
400
37
3.500
420
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3.275
510
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3.000
620
52
2.800
700
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2.500
820
68
2.275
910
76
2.000
1010
86
NCAA Division II Academic
Eligibility Requirements
14 Core Courses Required
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3 years of English
2 years of mathematics (Algebra I or higher)
2 years of natural/physical science
2 years of additional English, mathematics, or natural/physical science
2 years of social science
3 years of additional courses (from any area above, foreign language,
or non-doctrinal religion/philosophy)
NCAA Division III Academic
Eligibility Requirements
• NCAA Division III conferences and colleges set their own
academic standards. Check with individual schools for
more details.
• NCAA Division III athletes do not have to register with the
Eligibility Center.
• In many cases NCAA Division III colleges standards are
actually higher than those of the NCAA Eligibility Center.
NAIA Academic Eligibility
Requirements
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An entering freshman student must be a graduate of an accredited high school or be
accepted as a regular student in good standing as defined by the enrolling
institution.
An entering freshman student must meet two of the three entry level requirements:
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A minimum score of 18 on the Enhanced ACT or 860 on the SAT.
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An overall high school grade point average of 2.000 or higher on a 4.000 scale.
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Graduate in the upper half of the student's high school graduating class.
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