1 Extra-Curricular and Activities Meeting Rankin Community School Dist
2 EXTRACURRICULAR ACTIVITIES TO WHICH THIS APPLIES: Baseball, cheerleading, basketball (girls & boys), volleyball, softball, track (girls & boys), student council, speech team, scholastic bowl, chess club(3 rd - 8 th ), school specific clubs, and any additional activities added by the District #98 School Board or Administration. These activities are open to students in 5 th -8 th grade. Students must have no failing grades in any classes to be eligible to participate. Students must be in attendance ALL DAY in order to participate unless otherwise approved by administration.
3 IESA We are a member of Illinois Elementary School Association. We must follow the IESA rules, guidelines, and policies.
4 Sports Physicals No student shall be permitted to compete in a try-out, practice, or game unless such student has filed with the school principal a certificate of physical fitness issued by a licensed physician, physician s assistant, or nurse practitioner as set forth in the Illinois State Statutes not more than 395 days preceding such tryout, practice, or contest in any athletic activity. Any student who is not allowed to participate in interscholastic activities as the result of a physician's directive may not return to play until they have received written clearance from a physician.
5 ACADEMIC, PHYSICAL AND FINANCIAL ELIGIBILITY: Rankin will follow the IESA by-laws for academic eligibility. Participants must not have a grade of F in any subject. In compliance to IESA guidelines, we will conduct weekly eligibility.
6 ACADEMIC, PHYSICAL AND FINANCIAL ELIGIBILITY: Eligibility runs from Monday through Saturday. An ineligible student cannot participate in games, practices, or performances until the Monday after they become eligible. During the first week of ineligibility, and with approval of both the coach and parent, a student may attend but not participate in practices, games or performances. During a second week of ineligibility, a student may not attend any activity, practice, game or performance.
7 ACADEMIC, PHYSICAL AND FINANCIAL ELIGIBILITY: A participant will lose membership in the activity if they are declared academically ineligible 3 different times within the length of the activity s season. The season begins at tryouts and extends through the last game/match. Any student exempted from Physical Education for illness or injury will not be eligible to participate in any extracurricular activity (games or practices) that involves physical activity (sports, cheerleading, etc.)
8 ACADEMIC, PHYSICAL AND FINANCIAL ELIGIBILITY: Students are expected to be in school all day to participate in extra-curricular activities after school or in the evening. If a student misses part of the day due to illness, injury, or other unexcused reason, they will not be allowed to dress or participate that evening. Students who miss less than three hours of school for medical/dental appoints or other pre-arranged excused reason (except illness) may participate. Students absent on Friday may participate in weekend activities.
9 ACADEMIC, PHYSICAL AND FINANCIAL ELIGIBILITY: Students must ride the team bus to all away games in order to participate. If the student cannot ride the bus due to a family conflict, they must have prior approval from the administration to have alternate transportation. Students serving a bus suspension may not ride the bus to or participate in the away game/activity. Students must be signed out by a parent to leave the event.
10 CODE OF CONDUCT The Code of Conduct describes the expectations and goals of the student activity program. The Code does not contain a complete list of inappropriate behaviors for students in extracurricular activities. Violations will be treated cumulatively, with disciplinary penalties increasing with subsequent violation.
11 CODE OF CONDUCT Students are expected to follow the School Dress Code and be well groomed at all extra-curricular events, award programs and while traveling to and from activities. Students are expected to follow all District policies and procedures on student discipline as described in the Student Handbook or as explained by any staff member. Students must follow the rules of the activity as explained by the coach or sponsor.
12 CODE OF CONDUCT Students must not use cell phones on the bus without specific prior approval of coach/sponsor. This includes text messaging, photos or any other use of the phone. Students must behave in a manner that is NOT detrimental to the good of the group or school. Students must conduct themselves at all times, including after school and on days when school is not in session, as good citizens and exemplars of their school they must behave in ways that are consistent with good sportsmanship, leadership, and appropriate moral conduct.
13 CODE OF CONDUCT Students are expected to demonstrate good citizenship and exemplary conduct in the classroom, in the community, and during all facets of the activity. Students will not be insubordinate or disrespectful towards the sponsor, coach or any official. Students will not falsify any information contained on the permissions and forms required to participate in the activity.
14 CODE OF CONDUCT Students will not possess, buy, sell, barter, use, distribute, or be under the influence of drugs, controlled substances, alcohol, tobacco, or any illegal substance, look alike drugs (or any substance represented to be one of the above) or paraphernalia, which alters mind, body, or performance. Students will not commit any act which is a felony or misdemeanor. Students will not be knowingly present in a location where any of the previous two code violations is occurring.
15 CODE OF CONDUCT CONSEQUENCES A student, who receives a second administrative detention and/or second classroom suspension, will lose the privilege to participate in the next scheduled day of games. This includes all games scheduled for that day. A student who receives an in-school suspension will lose eligibility for a period ranging from the length of the suspension to the end of the season depending upon the seriousness of the infraction and discipline history, as determined by the Administration. At a minimum the student will be ineligible for one game/match for every day (or half day) suspended. They will not be able to participate in or attend any practices or activity during the term of the suspension.
16 CODE OF CONDUCT CONSEQUENCES A student who receives an out-of-school suspension will lose eligibility for a period ranging from the length of the suspension to the end of the season depending upon the seriousness of the infraction and discipline history, as determined by the Administration. At a minimum the student will be ineligible for one game/match for every day (or half day) suspended. They will not be able to participate in or attend any practice or activity during the term of the suspension. A second suspension will result in the loss of membership in all current activities for the remainder of the season. A third suspension will result in loss of eligibility to participate in any Extracurricular Activities for one calendar year.
17 CODE OF CONDUCT CONSEQUENCES A student receiving a bus suspension will not be allowed to ride the bus to or participate in any away events during the period of the suspension. A student whose infractions occur away from school or school activities will be subject to any of the listed consequences depending on the nature of the violation. A student who is disciplined two times within a season for violating the Code of Conduct will forfeit all awards for current activities and will not participate in award ceremonies.
18 Concussions August, 2014 The National Federation of State High School Associations (NFHS) implemented a new national playing rule regarding potential head injuries. The rule requires any player who exhibits signs, symptoms, or behaviors consistent with a concussion (such as loss of consciousness, headache, dizziness, confusion, or balance problems) shall be immediately removed from the contest and shall not return to play until cleared by an appropriate health care professional. Definition of a Concussion A concussion is a traumatic brain injury that interferes with normal brain function. An athlete does not have to lose consciousness (be knocked out ) to have suffered a concussion. Behavior or signs observed indicative of a possible concussion Loss of consciousness Appears dazed or stunned Appears confused Forgets plays Unsure of game, score, or opponent Moves clumsily Answers questions slowly Shows behavior or personality changes Can t recall events prior to or after the injury Symptoms reported by a player indicative of a possible concussion: Headache Nausea Balance problems or dizziness Double or fuzzy vision Sensitivity to light or noise Feeling sluggish Feeling foggy or groggy Concentration or memory problems Confusion
19 Concussions CONCUSSIONS AND HEAD INJURIES: A student athlete who exhibits signs, symptoms, or behaviors consistent with a concussion in a practice or game will be removed from participation or competition at that time. A student athlete who has been removed from an interscholastic contest for a possible concussion or head injury may not return to that contest unless cleared to do so by a physician licensed to practice medicine in all its branches in Illinois or a certified athletic trainer. If not cleared to return to that contest, a student athlete may not return to play or practice until the student athlete has provided his or her school with written clearance from a physician licensed to practice medicine in all its branches in Illinois or a certified athletic trainer working in conjunction with a physician licensed to practice medicine in all its branches in Illinois.
20 ACCIDENT INSURANCE Student accident insurance is available through the school without charge. The policy covers accidents incurred during supervised school activities. This insurance provides secondary coverage, and is meant to cover out of pocket expenses that are NOT covered by the primary insurance plan. An accident report will be filled out for all accidents that occur. This report will be mailed home to parents.
21 Admission Gate admission is $3.00 for adults, $2.00 for students Senior citizens are free We will be offering a family athletic pass this year. The cost is $75 per family. You must present your card each time you come to a game to get in.
22 Parent Volunteers We need parents to help out at our games. Coaches need parents to help keep score book, run the score board, and to work as ticket takers. We are asking that all parents get involved to help out. Signing up tonight takes pressure off of the coach to find help during the season.
23 Parent Volunteers Sign up sheets are available tonight and we would like to get all slots filled up as soon as possible. Volunteers are paid $10 per night for each activity. We need one parent per night per event please. The coaching staff and I have also discussed the possibility of starting an Athletic Boosters Organization. If you would be interested in being part of this, there will be a sign up sheet on the table.
24 Consent and Agreement Form My student(s) and I have read the entire power point and understand the content. We agree to abide by all of the policies and protocol set forth by the school. I have received information about concussions. Please send this form to the school office. Parent Signature Student Signature Date
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