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Coaching Staff and Administration

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  1. Principal: Mr. Frerking • Secretary: Mrs. Dombrosky • Assistant AP: Mr. Barcelona • Secretary/ Discipline Clerk: Mrs. Tucker • 7th Grade Football • Coach Wiebusch (A) • RICE • Coach Cesari (A) • A&M • Coach Mac (B) • UNT • 8th Grade • Coach Garcia (A) • UH • Coach Reeder (A) • UHCL • Coach Popp (B) • UHCL Coaching Staff and Administration

  2. Incoming 7th Grade Parent MeetingMay 21, 2013PJH-SOUTH FOOTBALL Sport timeline Requirements to Play Academics Safety/ Security Parent Expectations Expectations Equipment Practice Schedule Game Schedule Hydration/ Fuel Camps

  3. FOOTBALL: • August 26 – November 6 • CROSS COUNTRY • NOVEMBER 18 –DECEMBER 16 • Begin practice after FB season • BASKETBALL • NOVEMBER 20 – FEBRUARY 8 • Tryouts will be held immediately following the football season Specific Dates and times for spring sports TBA. • TRACK/ TENNIS • FEBRUARY – MARCH • SOCCER • APRIL - MAY Sport timeline

  4. GET A PHYSICAL –Before August 26th! • You must have a physical   • Both Parent and Signature Required • Three different pages for both signatures • UIL Concussion Acknowledgement Form • Both Parent and Student Signature Required • FEES • Athletic Participation Fee - $40.00 • Family Rate: $60.00 • Insurance purposes • Uniform Fee - $20.00 • Football Fee- $5.00  • You must have a physical and have paid the participation fee to participate. Requirements to Participate

  5. UIL and ELIGIBILITY • Eligibility calendar for PISD • Need to study it • Lose/Gain Eligibility • Regain Eligibility • Athletics Web Page (not released just yet) • NO PASS… NO PLAY! • Nine week grading period • The first six weeks will act as the official grading period for UIL eligibility purposes.   • Technically a progress report grade • If you are failing, during the first six weeks of the first 9 week grading cycle, you will be ineligible. • This is only for the first grading period. • GRADES • Instill good work habits in the classroom • Early • Consistent • Skyward ACADEMICS

  6. Security • Label everything • Shoes, Mouth pieces, shirts, etc. • Two days worth of stuff… • Lock your locker • Keep valuables at home • Find an item, i.e., cell phone, wallet, etc. • Give item to a coach • THEFT • Inform a coach • File a report with the SRO • Safety • Let us know of a problem immediately • Issues with a teammate • Stolen Items • Do not be in the locker room unsupervised • No horseplay • Games • “Neck” • “freshcut” SAFETY & SECURITY

  7. 1) Coach’s philosophy. • 2) Expectations the coach has for your son or daughter, as well as other players on the team. • 3) Locations and times of practices and contests. • 4) Team requirements, i.e., fees, special equipment needed, school & team rules, off-season expectations. • 5) Procedures that will be followed if your child becomes injured during participation. What to expect from your coach

  8. Appropriate concerns to discuss with a coach: 1) The mental and physical treatment of your child. 2) What your child needs to do to improve. 3) Concerns about your child’s behavior. PLAYING TIME: It is very difficult to accept your child is not playing as much as you may hope. Coaches make decisions based on what they believe is in the best interests of all students participating. Issues NOT appropriate for discussion with your child’s coach: 1) How much playing time each athlete is getting. 2) Team strategy. 3) Play calling. 4) Any situation that deals with other student-athletes. PARENT EXPECTATIONS

  9. Be at practice everyday • Cannot learn if you are not at practice • Need a note should you not be at practice • Unexcused if you simply do not show up without an documentation • Dress out everyday • Injured or not • Must have athletic clothes everyday • “neck and abs” • Code of Conduct: Follow the school rules • Football is a privilege • Stay out of ISS, ALA, etc. • Hidden consequences • Tryouts • Practice and games • Consequences • If a player goes against the code of conduct and/or athletic handbook, consequences will be enforced • Playing time cut • Motivational Drills • Dismissal From the program • STAY FOCUSED • Each day that you are at school, in the classroom,  hallways, practice fields, locker room, etc., you must stay focused on what the expectations are for you as a student-athlete.  Simply act accordingly and with maturity so that you stay out of trouble.  Know and understand this... if you do something that is against the student code of conduct, there will be a consequence. To be in athletics is to be in football! PLAYER EXPECTATIONS

  10. Coach’s Job environment • Right time and place for a conference • Confrontations Stay off the fields • Safety • Unless it’s an emergency Fall Parent Meeting • More details • Watch practice • Spectator expectations • Examples GAMES and PRACTICE

  11. Injuries during practice, athletic period, or game • Fill out the insurance claim form • Injuries outside of practice/games • Want to avoid self diagnosed injuries • Need a doctor’s note to clarify specific injuries • Broken bones • Pulled muscles • Etc.., • Need a doctor’s release to participate from the original doctor’s note • Parent Notes • Are acceptable • Not feeling well • Circumstances out of the player’s control • Athletic Trainers • Visit the trainer first (if possible) • Save money and time • Pain based • Visit us once a week at PJHS • Accessible during the week • AM treatment Injuries

  12. AM PRACTICE • Safety • Academics • Practice Times and Dates • Subject to change • During the week • 7:00 am thru first Period • Doors open at 6:45 Practice Dates: • August 27th – August 31st – 7:00 am • Saturday, *September 1st – 8:00am – 10:00am • September 3rd – September 7th – 7:00am • Saturday, *September 8th -8:00am – 10:00am • Game Week Practice Schedule • Monday – Normal Practice • Tuesday – GAME DAY • Wednesday – Normal Practice • Thursday – Normal Practice • *Friday – Normal Practice • IMPORTANT NOTE: • During the first four days, only shoes, socks, T-shirts, shorts and helmets may be worn. During the four-day acclimatization period, no contact activities shall be permitted. All student athletes who arrive after the first day of practice are required to undergo a four-day acclimatization period. No interschool scrimmages or games shall be allowed until after a period of at least seven days of contact football. Practice Schedule

  13. We will be conducting an equipment pick up day and helmet fitting prior to the first day of school. Typically happens a few weeks before school. • Helmet • Mouth Piece • Shoulder Pads • Pants • Belt • Thigh, hip, butt pads • Girdle recommended • Knee Pads • *Athletic Shorts/ T-shirts EQUIPMENT

  14. September 10 & 11 (scrimmage) Deer Park @ South September 17 & 18 Pearland South @ Deepwater September 24 & 25 Pearland South @ Fairmont ZONE PLAY  *October 1 & 2 South @ Friendswood *October 8 & 9  South @ Berry Miller *October 15 & 16 PJH-West @ South *October 22 & 23 PJH- East @ South *October 29 & 30 South @ McAdams November 5 & 6 #1 - #6 in each Zone Will Play South Zone Hosts B Teams North Zone Hosts A Teams B Teams Play at Opposite Sites 7th Grade Games on Tuesday 8th Grade Games on Wednesday  Games Begin at 4:30pm, Unless Otherwise Noted by Site GAME SCHEDULE

  15. PJH-South Summer Strength and Conditioning Camp – • June 10 - July 11 • Monday – Thursday • 5 weeks of instruction • $100 pre-registration • After June 7: $110 • Walk ups accepted • Eagle Mini-Camp:  • When: AUGUST 1 - 2 • WHO: • Dawson High School Coaching Staff • PJH-South and Berry Miller JH Coaching Staffs • TIME: 8:00 AM-12:00 PM • PLACE: DAWSON HIGH SCHOOL 2050 CULLEN BLVD. • COST: $50 PRE-REGISTRATION • Walk Ups:  $60 SUMMER CAMPS

  16. Second to none! • Off season • Begins immediately following football season • HS off-season experience • Philosophy • How to… • How much… • How fast… • Conduct tests • Combine type test • Fitness Gram • Prepare for next season • Compete early…and often! • Team building • Individual point system • Team point system Off-season program

  17. EAT BREAKFAST! • HYDRATE! • Consider that 40%-70% of your body weigth and 65%-75% of your muscles’ weight is water. • Don’t consume water and you die. • Lack of water is the #1 trigger to daytime fatigue. • USE SOUND NUTRITIONAL CONCEPTS • Breakfast • Lunch • Dinner • Post workout snack • EAT THE RAINBOW • Consume a multitude of the fruits and vegetables from a variety of colors. • VALUE SLEEP AND REST • SUPPLEMENTS • AVOID FOOD LIKE SUBSTANCES • EDUCATE YOURSELVES • MANAGE YOUR PEBBLES • ONE DEGREE SHIFT Nutrition and Hydration "YOU CAN'T OUT TRAIN A BAD DIET!"

  18. Contact coach Garcia @: garciav@pearlandisd.org • Visit my teacher page for the latest information • http://www.pearlandisd.org/webpages/vgarcia/index.cfm Any Questions?