REAGAN FOOTBALL - Edl

REAGAN FOOTBALL - Edl

FLORESVILLE FOOTBALL PARENT MEETING AUGUST 3, 2016 QUICK FACTS 2 FRESHMEN TEAMS 1 JV TEAM 1 VARSITY TEAM ALL PLAYERS 1ST PERIOD MULTIPLE SPORTS ARE ENCOURAGED ACADEMICS, ATTENDANCE, WORK ETHIC CHARACTER AND CREDIBILITY SPORTS MEDICINE Trainer: Billy Marshall 830-743-6839 cell [email protected] Ortho: Dr. Wade Krause 830-393-0235 office Communication, communication, communication First job is safety of student-athlete Training room hours & procedures Concussions

School assisted insurance Saturday clinic & help with dr. appointments Rehab assistance REMIND 101 / SOCIAL MEDIA REMIND 101 MIDDLE SCHOOL PARENTS @FHSMSPAREN to 81010 REMIND 101 FRESHMEN PARENTS @FROPAREN to 81010 REMIND 101 FRESHMEN PLAYERS @FROPLAY to 81010 REMIND 101 VARSITY/JV PARENTS @VARPAREN to 81010 REMIND 101 VARSITY/JV PLAYERS

@VJVPLAY to 81010 TWITTER: @FLORESVILLEFB COACHS COMMUNICATION ANDREW ROHRS HEAD COACH/ATHLETIC DIRECTOR [email protected] BRANDON LARSON OFFENSIVE COORDINATOR [email protected] CHRIS MARTINEZ DEFENSIVE COORDINATOR [email protected] DREW TACKITT SPECIAL TEAMS COORDINATOR [email protected]

GARY SMITH JV HEAD COACH CLAY KASPRZYK FRESHMEN HEAD COACH [email protected] [email protected] BOBBY SCHROLLER MIDDLE SCHOOL COORDINATOR [email protected] PICTURES ORDER FORM INDIVIDUAL AND TEAM PICS AUGUST 6TH FROSH @ 7am VARSITY/JV @ 8am FABC President - Josie Trevino VP - Gearis Herndon

[email protected] [email protected] 1st Vice - Stephanie Pierce [email protected] 3rd Vice - Danielle Bauer [email protected] Treasurer - Carol Pollok [email protected] Secretary - Bonnie [email protected] Reporter - Anita Hopkins FEED THE BOYS ALLISON CLEMENTS

1. Varsity helmets for fence inside stadium - $25 2. Yard signs for the front of school or yards - $20; Cow Bells $20. Proceeds go to help paying for meals 3. Snacks for boys for 2-a-days. 4. Feeding boys game days. 5. Varsity meals Thursday nights, Polish and pray. 6. Spirit Line very important support system Will have tables set up for parents to sign up and purchase signs and cowbells. RECRUITING TOUGH, SOMETIMES UGLY BUSINESS DO NOT PLAY HS BALL TO GET A COLLEGE SCHOLARSHIP DOES YOUR SON REALLY WANT TO PLAY IN COLLEGE? AGENTS/AGENCIES DI, DII, DIII, NAIA, JC http://www.freerecruitingwebinar.org/ Select Texas & follow instructions. TIGER FOOTBALL VISION ONE LINKSTRONG LINK MISSION BUILD AND MAINTAIN AN ELETE ATHLETIC PROGRAM KNOWN NOT ONLY FOR WINNING, BUT FOR PRODUCING YOUNG MEN AND WOMEN OF GREAT CHARACTER.

CORE VALUES: COMMUNITY THE STRENGTH OF THE TIGER COMES FROM ALL THOSE WHO SURROUND HIM. CHARACTER A TIGERS CHARACTER WILL BE HIGH IN STANDARD AND WILL REPRESENT THE PROGRAM, HIS FAMILY, AND SCHOOL WITH HONOR. COACHING EVERY TIGER MUST BE DEVELOPED AT A HIGH LEVEL. A TEAM IS ONLY AS GOOD AS GOOD AS ITS WEAKEST LINK. COMPETITION A TIGER WILL ALWAYS BE READY TO COMPETE AND WILL EMBRACE THE COMPETITION. COMMITMENT A TIGER MUST BE FULLY COMMITED TO THE PROGRAM. ACADEMIC PLAN I. STUDY HALL/TUTORIALS Athletes will attend Study Hall and tutorials as needed in the mornings and afternoons. Times and dates will be determined. II. GRADE CHECKS Starting the 4th week of athletes will complete a grade check weekly. TYPICAL WEEK PRACTICE MONDAY

TUESDAY WEDENSDAY THURSDAY FRIDAY SATURDAY AM Lift/Film Film Lift/Film Kick the Field Equip. Check, Helmet

check, Special Teams Meeting. Lift, Run, Film, Treatment. PM Practice (24) Practice (24) Practice (18-20) Meetings & Team Meal Gameday Off AM

Lift/Film Practice - Team Lift/Film Equip. Check, Helmet check, Special Teams Meeting. Lift, Run, Film, Treatment. Off PM Practice (24) Practice (24) Practice (18-20)

Gameday Off Off AM Practice (18) Practice (18) Lift, Practice (12), Special Teams Equip. Check, Helmet check, Special Teams Meeting. Lift, Run, Film, Treatment.

Off PM Off Off Off Gameday Off Off VAR JV

FROS H PLAYER EXPECTATIONS PRIORITIES WIN THE DAY!!! (COMPETE) ATHLETE A.) CHARACTER (Be the best person you can be) B.) ACADEMIC (Priority for student-athletes at FHS Manage your time) C.) GOOD TEAMMATE (Selfless) TEAM A.) DISCIPLINE (Do it the right way everyday) B.) TOUGHNESS (Mental & Physical) C.) CONDITIONED (Outwork everybody everyday) PLAYER EXPECTATIONS CONTD I. GENERAL POLICIES FOR PLAYERS 1.) FOLLOW ALL TEAM, FHS, AND FISD RULES AND GUIDELINES 2.) HAZING WILL NOT BE ALLOWED 3.) ALL FACIAL HAIR KEPT WILL BE KEPTNEAT AND CLEAN

4.) ALL JEWLERY IS PROHIBITED WHEN REPRESENTING FHS ATHLETICS. 5.) PLAYER WILL LET COACH KNOW IF HE MUST MISS A PRACTICE OR ATHLETIC PERIOD PLAYER EXPECTATIONS CONTD II. PRACTICE/WORK OUT POLICIES FOR PLAYERS 1.) ATTENDANCE AT PRACTICE IS REQUIRED EVERY DAY BOTH DURING THE ATHLETIC PERIOD OUTSIDE THE SCHOOLDAY. AND 2.) IF PRACTICE MUST BE MISSED. MAKE POSITION COACH AWARE BEFORE PRACTICE. (EXCUSED ABSENCE) 3.) MUST BE PROPERLY DRESSED ACCORDING TO THE RULES 4.) HUSTLE FROM DRILL TO DRILL NO WALKING ON THE STRIPES 5.) HIT THE GRASS RUNNING! 6.) WORK HARD AND BE COACHABLE AT ALL TIMES 7.) HAVE A POSITIVE WINNING ATTITUDE 8.) SHIRTS WILL BE WORN AT ALL TIMES DURING WORKOUTS AT FHS ATHLETIC FACILITIES 9.) INJURED PLAYERS WILL DRESS OUT AND ATTEND ALL PRACTICES UNLESS APPROVED BY TRAINER AND COACH

PLAYER EXPECTATIONS CONTD III. LOCKER ROOM POLICIES FOR PLAYERS 1.) LOCKER ROOM WILL BE KEPT NEAT AND ORDERLY 2.) INDIVIDUAL LOCKERS WILL BE KEPT ORGANIZED 3.) KEEP LOCKER LOCKED AT ALL TIMES 4.) NO HORESPLAY OR WRESTLING IN LOCKER ROOM. 5.) STAY IN ASSIGNED LOCKER ROOMS 6.) PLAYERS WILL BE RESPONSIBLE FOR FHS ISSUED EQUIPMENT NOT RETURNED 7.) CLEATS WILL BE REMOVED BEFORE ENTERING THE BUILDING 8.) PLAYERS MUST KNOCK BEFORE ENTERING COACHES OFFICES THAT IS TEAM RULES Please remember that athletics is a privilege, not a right. We expect our athletes to show team before self attitude, adhere to the programs guidelines and expectations, be in attendance everyday, work hard and have the desire to improve every day. Coaches have the right to suspend or dismiss an athlete from the UIL period and team. 1.) FHS Rules and Policies. Athletes are expected to follow all rules and guidelines of FHS. Failure to do so may result in disciplinary actions. (ex. dress code and behavior)

2.) Social media. All social media sites operated by athletes will be under scrutiny of athletic coaches. Any unethical, immoral, illegal or conduct unbecoming of a FHS athlete could result in suspension or dismissal from the program. 3.) No Stealing. Thieves will not be tolerated. If caught, you will be subjected to suspension or dismissal. 4.) No Surprises! Immediately communicate ALL actions in which you are involved that may be detrimental to our school or athletic department. TEAM RULES 5.) Dress Code. Follow school policy. No jewelry will be worn at practice, workouts, or in games. (Safety Reasons) Jewelry includes watches, necklaces, earrings, rings, tongue rings, and bracelets. Facial hair must be kept neat. (Job interview)

6.) Showering Policy. 7.) No Cleats. Everyone is required to shower after every athletic period workout. This is a safety issue. Cleats will not be worn inside of the building. 8.) Attendance. Athletes are expected to be present and on time to all required team functions. Failure to do so will result in disciplinary actions. Multiple offenses may result in suspension or dismissal. 9.) Gifts. Student athletes are prohibited from accepting valuable consideration for participation in school athletics anything that is not given or offered to the entire student body on the same basis that it is given or offered to an athlete. 10.) Alcohol and illicit drug use. The use of alcohol or drugs will not be tolerated. Violators will be subject to suspension or dismissal. (FISD Athlete Handbook). TEAM RULES

11.) Hazing/Bullying. Hazing and bullying, initiation or any harassment will not be tolerated in any way, shape or form. Any athlete involved in such actions may be removed from the program. 12.) Travel. All athletes will ride to and from competition on the bus to aid in team building, a team concept and to provide maximum safety while on a school trip. Parents desiring their children to ride home must provide written notification 24 hours prior to competition. Emergency situations may develop which require some flexibility 13.) Lettering. Varsity players who finish the season in good standing may purchase a lettermans jacket. 14.) Locker room. The locker room is for athletes only. Your locker is for your athletic clothes and equipment. Make sure you lock your locker when you leave. Please keep the locker room clean. NO horseplay will be allowed in the locker room. No Cell phones are to be out in the locker room. Make sure all valuables are locked up at all times. FHS is not responsible for loss or stolen property. 15.) Workout gear. All athletes will be provided work out gear by FHS and will dress out every day. This gear is to be turned in every day to be washed. Athletes will be responsible for any lost gear. 16.) Injuries/sickness. Please report all injuries or sickness to the coach and trainer ASAP. Once the trainer is notified, we will follow our training policies. ATTENDANCE POLICY An OPPORTUNITY FOR IMPROVEMENT (OFI) will consist of 25 yards of the following: Up/Down every 5 steps Bear Crawl Crab Crawl Rollover and back

TARDY = 1 OFI EXCUSED ABSENCE = 1 OFI & MAKE UP CONDITIONING 2 EXCUSED ABSENCES = 1 UNEXCUSED ABSENCE UNEXCUSED ABSENCE = 2 OFI & MAKE UP CONDITIONING 1 UNEXCUSED = HALF BENCH, POSITION COACH VISIT, PARENT CONTACT 2 UNEXCUSED = 1 GAME BENCH & HC VISIT W/ PARENT 3 UNEXCUSED = SUSPENSION AND/OR DISMISSAL FORCED ABSENCE = CONDITIONING MEDICAL (NO PARENT NOTES), FUNERAL/DEATH, OR ADS DISCRETION IMPORTANT PARENT INFO 1.) Holiday Practices. We will practice on certain holidays that may fall during the season. The athletes attendance is mandatory. Failure to do so will result in an unexcused absence. Your support will be greatly appreciated. Labor Day Monday September 5TH (Morning practice) Student Holiday for teacher in-service. Monday October 10th (Times TBD) Thanksgiving (Times TBD) 2.) Parent/Coach Communication. We welcome communication between parents and coaches. If a problem does arise, we ask that the following chain of command be followed. 1.) Student/Position coach 2.) Student/Parent/Position coach 3.) Student/Parent Head Coach.

3.) Spectator Expectations. We ask parents to represent us well. Its a privilege to be part of the Floresville family. You only have one chance to make a first impression. 4.) Fundraisers. Parent involvement in all fundraisers will be greatly appreciated. 5.) Booster Club. We ask all parents to join and get involved in our FABC. PARENT/COACH COMMUNICATION PLAN Both parenting and coaching are extremely difficult jobs. By establishing an understanding of each position, we are better able to accept the actions of the other and provide greater benefits to children. As parents of children that have become involved in our programs, you have a right to understand what expectations are placed on your child. This begins with clear communication from the coach of your childs program. I. Communication that you should expect from your childs coach: 1.) Expectations the coach has for your child as well as all the players on the squad 2.) Locations and times of all practices and contests. 3.) Team Requirements- i.e., practices, special equipment, out-of-season conditioning, etc. 4.) Discipline that may result in the denial of your childs participation. II. Communication coaches expect from parents: 1.) Concerns expressed directly to the coach. 2.) Notification of any schedule conflicts well in advance. 3.) As your child becomes involved in the program at Floresville, they will experience some of the most rewarding moments of their

lives. It is important to understand that there also may be times when things do not go the way your child wishes. At these times, discussion with the coach is encouraged. III. Appropriate concerns to discuss with coaches: 1.) The treatment of your child 2.) Ways to help your child improve 3.) Concerns about your childs behavior 4.) It is very difficult to accept your child not playing as much as you may hope. Coaches are professionals. They make judgment decisions based on what they believe to be the best for all students involved. As you have seen from the list above, certain things can and should be discussed with your childs coach. Other things, such as the following, must be left to the discretion of the coach. PARENT/COACH IV. Issues not appropriate to discuss with coaches: COMMUNICATION PLAN 1.) Playing time 2.) Team Strategy 3.) Other student-athletes 4.) There are situations that may require a conference between the coach and the parent. Conferences in these situations are to be encouraged. It is important that both parties involved have a clear understanding of the

others position. When these conferences are necessary, the following procedures should be followed to help promote a resolution to the issue or concern. V. If there is a concern to discuss with a coach, the following procedure should be followed: 1.) Please encourage your child to speak directly with coach. Many times this can take care of the problem. 2.) Call to set up an appointment 3.) Please do not attempt to confront a coach before or after a contest or practice. These can be emotional times for both parent and coach. Meetings of this nature do not promote resolution. In addition, coaches have other responsibilities at these times. 4.) If the meeting with the coach did not provide a satisfactory resolution, call and set up an appointment with the Athletic Director to discuss the situation. SPECTATOR EXPECTATIONS

OVERALL ACCEPTABLE BEHAVIOR Applaud all participants during team introductions, regardless of team affiliation. Show respect to officials and accept their judgments as part of the contest. Cheerleaders should lead fans in positive cheers that promote sportsmanship and fair competition. Participants should shake hands before and after each contest, regardless of outcome. Treat competition as a game, keeping the value of education paramount. Coaches and players search out opposing participants to recognize them for outstanding performance or coaching. Applause at the end of a contest for performances of all participants. Everyone show concern for an injured player regardless of team affiliation.

OVERALL UNACCEPTABLE BEHAVIOR Attempts to distract opponent during contests such as yelling or waving arms during opponents free throw attempt, serve, etc. Antagonizing, disrespectful or derogatory yells, chants, songs or gestures. Booing or heckling an officials decision. Criticizing officials in any way; displays of temper with an officials call. Refusing to shake hands or give recognition for good performances following a game. Blaming loss of game on officials, coaches or

participants. Laughing or name-calling to distract an opponent. Use of profanity or displays of anger that draw attention away from the game. SIGNATURES IF YOU WOULD LIKE TO MEET WITH A COACH OR THE ATHLETIC DIRECTOR, YOU WILL BE ASKED TO SIGN OFF THAT YOU HAVE READ THROUGH THE PARENT GUIDELINES AND EXPECTATIONS BEFORE A MEETING WILL BE HELD. Ice Cream Social: August 12th @ 7:00pm Eschenburg Field We are excited to kick off the 2016 season. We look forward to seeing everyone at the games! Have a great night!

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