Home games/Contests/Meets = dress up! Slack with button up shirt with collar. Extra additions might be a tie or sport jacket. Appropriate length Skirt or dress with a collar, pencil skirt, dress slacks, button up shirt with collar.
Away Games= Jersey, Team shirts and dress code Pants.
*If a home game falls on a Saturday, Students will still be expected to dress up that Friday.
PRA way 100% of the time & follow MS School Policies
Add value and leadership within the classroom
Be a positive role model for those around you and on your team
Always be uplifting
Be trustworthy, have Integrity & selflessness and show perseverance
Take accountability when not following the above.
Be accountable for your missed work if you leave early for a game.
Use study hall to complete work and get ahead
Eligibility is a CHSAA policy
If you have 2 or more Failing grades you cannot participate from Tuesday to Tuesday.
The eligibility report is run at Tuesday 10am.
As a family, Please Check Infinite Campus (IC) together Weekly
If you're interested in playing a college sport, at the 8th grade level is the perfect time to start having those discussions with your parents and discussing what division you'd like to play for? There is a lot of research that you can do to find out exactly what is needed and when if you're looking to be a collegiate athlete.
One common myth is that you need to go to a big school to be recognized. There are many things that college recruiters look at. Listed below are a few of the things they are looking for:
-Leadership/Interviews with teachers/Coaches. An athlete that can help build a sustainable winning culture. A student athlete that can be a great classmate.
-Character Development. More and more they aren't just looking for someone who can put up points, but someone who's a good person and well rounded.
-Multi Sport athlete- building of alternative skill sets, often more athletic avoids injury and burn out.
NCAA Eligibility Center: Here you can create a profile. It's a great time to start collecting information, video and building authentic accolades.
NCAA Sport Specific Recruiting Information