FALL SPORTS INFORMATION
JV AND VARSITY FOOTBALL
MS Field Hockey candidates are welcome to attend the JV/Varsity practices but it is not mandatory. MS Field hockey practice will start on Thursday, August 28th at 2:30 at Tahanto. Any questions contact Deb Draper at email@example.com
VARSITY FIELD HOCKEY AND JV FIELD HOCKEY
Practice daily Monday - Friday, weekends off, except pre-season Saturday. Regular weekday practices on release & PD days
Equipment players will need: Field Hockey stick, goggles, shinguards, mouthguard, cleats, water bottle.
Practices are at Tahanto.
Practice schedule for for all registered and cleared to participate
JV and Varsity candidates;
For questions concerning Field Hockey contact Deb Draper at firstname.lastname@example.org
MS Soccer will begin on Tuesday, Sept. 2 from 2:30 – 4 pm at Tahanto for all registered and cleared to participate students.
VARSITY GIRLS SOCCER AND JV GIRLS SOCCER
nformation from Coaches: (Varsity: John Ducat; JV: Chuck MacKinnon; MS: Francene Gleason)
JV and Varsity candidates should expect to practice on weekends.
Equipment players will need: Running shoes, cleats, size 5 soccer ball
Practices are at Tahanto.
Practice schedule for JV and Varsitycandidatesregistered and cleared to participate
Thursday, August 21: 5 – 7 pm
For questions concerning Girls Soccer contact John Ducat at email@example.com
Information from Coaches: (Varsity: Joel Goulet; JV: John Neusch MS: Nate Wheeler)
All students should come to the first practice in shape so that the team can work on getting better from day 1. There will be a timed 3 mile run the first week of practice. All students trying out for the varsity team should be able to complete the run in under 23 minutes. Students trying out should also be working on their foot skills this summer. juggling, passing, etc. The varsity team typically practices 6 days a week; 2:30-5 on the weekdays and late Sunday afternoon. There may be scrimmages on Saturdays in the preseason. This should be a very good season and I look forward to working with the team.
Equipment players will need: Shin guards, cleats, running sneakers, soccer socks, regular socks, and water.
Practices are at Tahanto.
Practice schedule for for all registered and cleared to participate JV and Varsity candidates;
Thursday, August 21: 7:30 -10 am
For questions concerning Boys Soccer contact Joel Goulet at firstname.lastname@example.org
Information from coaches: (Patrick Minihan and Liz Anderson)
All candidates are expected to have a hard-charging attitude.
Equipment players will need: Clothes to run in and running shoes
Practices are at Tahanto
Practices for for all registered and cleared to participate students in Grades 6 – 12:
Wednesday, August 27th: 2:30 – 4
MS Golf will begin after Labor Day. More information will be available the first week of school.
Information from coaches: (Varsity: Neil Greenwald; MS; Rich Eiremann)
There are no practices on Fridays or weekends.
Equipment players will need: Golf balls,clubs, balls and proper shorts and shirt
Practices are at Cyprian Keyes.
Wednesday, August 27th: 2:30 – 4:00
For questions regarding golf please contact Neil Greenwald at email@example.com
FALL ATHLETIC REGISTRATION
ALL FALL REGISTRATIONS WERE DUE
JUNE 20, 2014
1. PAY THE ATHLETIC USER FEE BY AUGUST 15, 2014. The best way is to do an online check which transfers money from your checking account without charging a fee. Available HERE.
(If you are applying for a waiver of the athletic fee click the "Loading...">Athletic Waiver Fee" form. Click on the form, fill it out and submit.
2. Read the information pertaining to "Concussions". Available HERE.
3. Read the Athletic Handbook. Available under files on the right side of web page
4. Complete and submit the REGISTRATION FORM
If you have any questions please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
Thanks for your cooperation.
Physical Exam requirement for participation in athletics
The Massachusetts Interscholastic Athletic Association Board of Directors voted on Thursday June 7, 2012 to adhere to the Department of Public Health’s policy regarding the physical exam required for participation in athletics. In order to be in compliance with the state regulation physical exams will be required every thirteen months to the day of the exam. For example if a student-athlete has a physical exam dated September 14, 2011 that exam will expire on October 14, 2012. Meaning as of October 15, 2012 the student-athlete becomes ineligible to practice or compete until they present proof of a current physical exam to the school nurse or athletic department and obtain an updated clearance card for participation in athletics. This is a change from the current requirement which enabled a student-athlete to remain eligible for the entire season if their physical was current on the first day of practice.
Please make certain that your child has a current physical exam that will last the duration of the season, or schedule a doctor’s appointment as soon as possible to have an updated physical exam. There will be no exceptions to this rule, nor will there be extensions granted based upon a doctor’s note. I realize this may cause some difficulties with the scheduling of doctor’s appointments and insurance coverage so I am providing advance notification, so that everyone can be in compliance with the Department of Public Health and MIAA regulations and not impact your child’s eligibility for participation.
The Massachusetts department of Public Health has enacted a law concerning concussions which applies to all Massachusetts Interscholastic Athletic Association member schools. The law reads, “ANY ATHLETE WHO EXHIBITS SIGNS, SYMPTOMS OR BEHAVIORS CONSISTENT WITH A CONCUSSION (SUCH AS LOSS OF CONSCIOUSNESS, HEADACHE, 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.”
All student-athletes competing in interscholastic programs, along with their coaches and parents, must follow this protocol. Marching band members, their parents, and parent volunteers participating in Athletic events and/or band events must also follow this protocol during an athletic event, including both games and practices.
Any student-athlete who exhibits ANY sign, symptom or behavior consistent with a concussion shall not return to play until cleared by an appropriate health-care professional. Signs and symptoms of concussion include the following:
· Nausea or vomiting
· Headache/pressure in the head
· Loss of consciousness
· Memory problems
· Confusion/Difficulty concentrating
Information and forms are available in the concussion folder on the right.
Tahanto Decals are available for a cost of $5.
The decals are static cling and are
being sold by the Booster Club.