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Boys/Girls Cross Country
St. Mary’s High School
Athletics
Purpose: To glorify God by providing a
Christian environment where athletic
competition emphasizes sportsmanship and
Christian character.
TAPPS
Texas Association of Private and Parochial Schools
Update:
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While waiting for membership in the TAAPS
league, scrimmages with surrounding schools
have been scheduled.
(Mandatory drug test, strict regulations, and sports
fees and penalties)
Sports Offered
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Girls Volleyball – August through October Coach: Janet
Collard
Boys/Girls Cross Country – Must sign up today if
interested in running. Coach Knotts
Soccer – August through October Coach Viloria
Boys Basketball – November through February Coach Jon
Fontenot
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Girls Basketball – November through February Coach B
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Boys/Girls Track – February through April Coach Knotts
Athletic Fee
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$12.00 per month for ten months charged to
your account, or $120.00 fee at registration.
(Same price for one or all sports)
Gate fees $4.00 for adults and $2.00 for
students. (This price may be more at away
games.)
Optional: Booster Gold Club Member $200.00
for all middle school and high school home
games.
Optional: High School Booster Club Member
Athletic Period
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In season – zero period 7:15 (dressed and in
squad) Monday, Wednesday, Thursday, and
Friday
Off season – 1st period 8:00 (dressed and in
squad)
Late Policy for Zero Period
(per season)
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First and second offense
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Third and fourth offense
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10 minute workout during 7:50 – 8:00 break
30 minute workout after school
Five or more offenses
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Benched during the next game
Zero Period con’t.
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Not showing up for zero period:
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First offense: 45 minute workout after school
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Second offense: benched during the next game
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Third offense: removed from team
Rules, Policies, and Expectations
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If an athlete has a failing grade on their report card, they are ineligible and
will be removed from the in-season sport. Athletes cannot lose eligibility due
to a failing grade on progress reports. Athletes can regain eligibility for the
next in-season sport if they are passing all classes at the 4 ½ week monitoring
period or report card prior to that sport.
Athletes are expected to uphold the image of St. Mary's and the team by
having a good attitude and conduct towards coaches, fellow players, and
other teams.
If an athlete cannot be at a practice they must notify their coach in advance.
If an athlete becomes a discipline problem at a game or practice the coach
will decide if that athlete will play in the next game. Severe problems can
warrant suspension or expulsion from the team.
If an athlete misses a game, the coach will decide, whether that athlete will
play in the next game.
Rules, Policies, and Expectations
con’t.
Inappropriate behavior at school or during school activities may
result in suspension or expulsion from extra-curricular activities.
•All rules and policies in the Student Handbook apply to student
athletes.
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Parent Expectations
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See contract in packet.
Parents play a vital role in the development of
our athletes.
Be an agent of positive change.
Gain an understanding and appreciation for the
rules of the game.
Take time to talk with coaches: chain of
command.
Parent Expectations Con’t.
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Concession stand/gate/bookkeeper/clock/line
judge/gym clean-up after game/etc.
All parents will be assigned a duty. A handout will
go home before each season with assigned
duties. If you are unable to do your assigned
duty, it will be your responsibility to find a
replacement.
*We would prefer adults working these areas
instead of student athletes.
Bag and Travel Jersey
First round of orders due August 4th
Forms to be turned in prior to, or
on the first practice:
(Form) Athletic Physical if needed.
Proof of insurance (copy insurance card)
(Form) Parental Approval for Athletic Treatment
(Handout) Athletic Rules and Policies
(Form) Parent Contract
(Letter) After School Letter
(Handout) Athletic Power Point/List of Sports
Additional Paperwork
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Schedule for August
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Tentative Game Schedule
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Workouts: Volleyball, Soccer, Cross country
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Order Form for bag/travel shirts
College Recruiting
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Volleyball/Soccer: Reputable club team (as young as
possible)
Basketball: AAU Summer League/Elite camps (as young
as possible)
Track: Recruits from high school meets/times/distance
(jumps)
Golf/Tennis: Junior League Tournaments
Additional Information
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Booster Club President
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Responsible for getting supplies for concession stand
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Spirit shirt design and sales
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