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8th Grade Orientation - Hunterdon Central Regional High School
Hunterdon Central
Incoming Freshmen
Orientation
Sports Offerings
Fall
Cheerleading
Cross-Country (B/G)
Field Hockey
Football
Gymnastics (G)
Soccer (B/G)
Tennis (G)
Volleyball (G)
Winter
Basketball (B/G)
Bowling (B/G)
Cheerleading
Fencing (B/G)
Ice Hockey
Swimming (B/G)
Winter Track (B/G)
Wrestling
Sports Offerings
Spring
Baseball
Golf (B/G)
Lacrosse (B/G)
Softball
Tennis (B)
Track (B/G)
Volleyball (B)
Blue Athletic Letter
• Athletic information mailing will take place in April/May.
• Health History/Parent Permission Form must be submitted no
earlier than 60 days prior to the first day of practice. (NJ Law)
• One physical is required per school year. For Fall sports, physicals
must take place between June 23rd and July 14th.
• Required forms include: Part A-Health History Update, Part BComprehensive Physical Card/Permission Card, Random Drug
Testing Consent Form (HC) and Steroid Testing (NJSIAA)
Consent Form (NJSIAA). Forms are posted on Athletic Webpage,
Health Services Webpage and in Nurses’ Offices.
• After initial sport participations, the Part A Health History
Update/Permission Card (Physical) must be submitted for each
subsequent sport, one month prior to start of season.
Athletic Forms
Athletic Form Submission Nights
June 24th and July 22nd
Location: Commons
Time (by alphabetical listing) : G-L 5:00 PM; M-R 5:45 PM; S-Z
6:30 PM; A-F 7:15 PM
Required Forms: All Athletic Physical Forms Part A/B, Random
Drug, NJSIAA Steroid Consent, Parent Permission will be
collected by HC Nursing Staff and Dr. Barr, Medical Examiner.
Please note: Submission dates are NOT physical dates. Physicals
must be completed by your doctor before forms are submitted.
Academic Eligibility
• First semester: freshmen are free of any
academic eligibility requirements.
• Second semester: freshmen must project 15
credits to be eligible to participate.
• Second year: sophomores must have accrued
30 credits during freshmen year to be eligible
for fall and winter sports.
2009 Fall Official Practice
• Girls Tennis: Friday, August 17th
• Cheerleading, Cross-Country, Field
Hockey, Gymnastics, Soccer, Volleyball:
Saturday, August 22nd
• Freshman Football: Monday, August
24th
Practice Schedule
• Practice takes place every day after school
starting at 3:00 PM. (Tutorials: Tuesday,
Wednesday, Thursday)
• The length of practice is up to the individual
coach. Practices usually run until 5:30 PM.
• Saturday practices and rare Sundays practices
are scheduled for Varsity only.
Red Devil Travel Release
• Travel Release Forms must be used whenever an
athlete is not riding the team bus.
• Forms must be submitted two days prior to event
and signed by House Office or Athletic Director.
• Athletes cannot drive to/from an event; parents
must drive.
• Forms are posted on Athletic Webpage.
2009/2010 Winter
& Spring Start Dates
• Bowling: November 15th
• All other Winter sports: the Friday after
Thanksgiving.
• Spring Sports: the first Friday in March.
• Please note: all sports forms are due one
month before the start date.
Athletic Training Program
• HC Trainers: Ms. Manfre & Mr. Riccardella
• Training Rooms are open everyday at 11:00 AM.
• Injuries must be reported to the coach/trainer when
they occur.
• Use of Rooms/Trust of the Parents.
• If an athlete sees a doctor for an injury prior to seeing a
trainer, a note is needed for return to sport
participation.
TREATMENT PATHWAYS
INITIAL INJURY
ATHLETIC TRAINER EVALUATION
(determine injury severity/need for further medical evaluation)
A.T. REHAB/TREATMENT
TEAM PHYSICAN
(Athletic Trainer works under standing orders from team
Orthopedist re: treatment protocol. Team Orthopedist
visits school once a week to evaluate injured athletes)
PHYSICAL THERAPY
Coach Sellmann
CALL 911
PARENT CONTACT
TREAT IN HOUSE
FAMILY PHYSICIAN
(If athlete is seen outside of
school, a note stating the
injury, treatment protocol,
limitations, and a follow-up or
“return to play” date MUST
be returned to the athletic
trainer before the athlete is
allowed to participate again.)
(strength and conditioning
coach works with athletic
ATHLETIC TRAINER
trainers during and after in
(Functional testing and medical
clearance dictate return to
house rehab, as well as with
Physical Therapists post rehab) participation.)
RETURN TO SPORT
(Taped or braced as needed.
Possible restrictions still
enforced.)
ImPACT and Concussion
• Athletes are tested whose sports place them at risk for concussion.
• Baseline score for “normal” brain function is established for each
athlete tested.
• Verbal memory, visual memory, speed of reaction time and
cognitive ability are tested.
• Scores are stored for comparison to “post trauma” scores, if
athletes sustain head injuries.
• Scores compare pre- and post-injury brain function of an
individual athlete only. Scores are not compared between athletes.
• Only the athletic trainers, Dr. Barr, athletes, parents and family
physicians/neurologists at the parents’ request have access to
scores.
Athletic Home page
Web Page Information
Go to: www.hcrhs.k12.nj.us
Click on: “Athletics”
Consent Forms
• Internet Consent: needed for photo/name to be
on internet (Check photo and identifiers Box 3)
and distributed in summer mailing.
• Videotape Consent: needed for games to be aired
on HCTV/Channel 14 and distributed in summer
mailing.
• Media Consent: needed for interviews/photos
with media and distributed as needed.
highschoolsports.net
• Link will be found on the Athletic
Webpage, June, 2009.
• Will include information for schedules,
directions, team information page and
scores.
Red Devil Coach
Contact Information
• Telephone extensions and email
addresses for all head coaches are
posted on the Athletic Webpage.
Red Devil Athletic Hotline
Hot-Line
908-284-7299
By 1:15 PM everyday
Athletic Office
908-284-7126
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