Contact Information [email protected] [email protected] [email protected] [email protected] [email protected] Mike Pezent: [email protected] Introduction of Coaches Jason Abner – Head Boys Coach - Sprints and Relays Kristi Rhine – Head Girls Coach - Hurdles and Sprints Bethany Mozley – Assistant Coach - Distance and High Jump Rob Blaszkiewicz – Assistant Coach - Distance and Long Jump Ron Hunt – Assistant Coach - Pole Vault, Triple Jump, JV/9th grade training Mike Pezent – Assistant Coach - Throws What you can expect from us? A positive influence Our goal is to provide a positive overall experience Quality and constant coaching Professional behavior around players, other teams, and parents Commitment to your daughters, sons, Grayson HS, and our program What we expect from our athletes? Commitment to our program A desire to be a part of something more important than a single person Be proud of Grayson Track and Field Always “wearing” and representing Grayson Track and Field Be on time and ready to work EVERYDAY Represent the attitude and behavior that reflects well on the program and school Expectations for Parents We must have 1 of 2 things from the parents 1 – Your effort and energy in helping with organization, volunteering, fundraising 2 – Your financial contributions If you cannot provide both, specializing in one is a must for a successful program Booster Club and Purpose Sherridon and Glenn Dobbs: Co-Presidents [email protected] Carlos Marshall – Vice President [email protected] Mark Braswell – Treasurer [email protected] Purpose: To provide financial and organizational support to the Grayson High School Track and Field Program. 2010 Booster Club Info $150 Booster Club Dues 10 for $10 Sponsorship = $100 per athlete What does this help with? -Helps pay for 2 extra coaches (GCPS only covers 4) -Budgeted equipment replacement and additions -Uniforms -Meet entry fees -Out-of-town Meets (helps with some expense) -Coaching clinics -End of year awards, helps with banquet expenses Season Organization Minimum Requirements by March 25th Minimum of 4 meets to reach the requirement. If the requirement is not reached, then season is over (2 full months versus 3 months – 3.5 months for those who do reach requirements). Event Boys Minimum Mark Girls Minimum Mark 100 12.6 15.0 200 25.5 30.0 400 57.0 66.0 800 2:20 2:50 1600 5:05 6:30 3200 11:00 13:45 100/110H 18.5 19.5 300H 48.0 58.0 Long Jump 16-6 14-0 Triple Jump 33-0 27-0 Pole Vault 8-6 7-0 Shot Put 35-0 25-0 Discus 100-0 70-0 High Jump 5-4 4-2 Upcoming Important Dates February 7th – last date for online orders to receive warm ups and spiritwear in time for first meet. There will be one other order (deadline TBA). February 24th – first meet @ Loganville for EVERYONE who has met practice requirements (no unexcused absence, finished workouts) Information Online www.graysontrackandfield.com -updated announcements http://www.trackcrosscountry.com/grayson.htm -orders for team clothing (warm ups, extra tshirts, long sleeves, collared shirts, etc.) Misc. Information Transportation Issues – happens many times in the season. March 9, 18, and 25th meets – no buses available to Brookwood, Mill Creek, and Parkview. Be prepared for more cancellations. In this event we need help! Athletes will need to find rides to the school, and their rides should plan to pick them up at the school hosting the meet. Misc. Info Continued… Schedule – in handbook Earning a Varsity Letter Award – standards in handbook Hosting Co-Ed Relay Meet and Youth Meet – need volunteers for many different things. Hoping these things can work well this year, so it can be our main source of fundraising in the future! Misc. Continued… Make sure your son or daughter has a good pair of running/training shoes Spikes Tights, underarmour, etc. for COLD meets – one solid color please (relay teams definitely need to be the same) Uniforms will be given out the week before the first meet.