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Unexcused Absences

Athletes are expected to attend ALL scheduled practices unless they were absent from school that day. More than 3 unexcused absences can be grounds for removal from the team. You must be in school at least 1/2 the day in order to participate in after school activities.


Uniforms are provided by the school. If you lose your uniform, you must pay for it. Uniforms are only to be worn at games or per coaches request.


Any damage done to equipment or facilities, at home or away, will be paid for by the athlete and possible disciplinary action will be taken.

Banned Substances

ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGES, MARIJUANA, TOBACCO, CHEW, and CONTROLLED SUBSTANCES are prohibited by any student on or off school grounds. Abusive language or personal confrontations will not be tolerated. Athletes in violation of these rules will be subject to review by the Principal or Athletic Director.

Activities / Athletic Specific Rules (“Mere Presence Rule”)

Educators know a great deal more about the dangers of adolescent experimentation or “dabbling” with alcohol and drugs than we did twenty-five years ago. We know more about addiction, and we know more about the unhealthy impact on growing bodies that alcohol and drugs have, even in moderate amounts. This country now has a serious problem with drug and alcohol use by teenagers and even younger children.

The message of approval that is “sent” when a student attends a party where drugs and alcohol are being used illegally by minors is one of approval, even if the student does not participate him/herself. This is even true for the so-called responsible activity of declaring a “designated driver” who will abstain from use while his/her peers engage in consumption of the chemicals.

Activity participants shall not possess the following:

  • Alcoholic beverages
  • Marijuana
  • Cigarettes
  • Chewing tobacco
  • Controlled substances

EXAMPLE: In the event the activities participant has consumed or is in possession of alcohol or drugs, he/she will be issued penalties stated below. Possession relates to being in the presence where alcohol/drugs are found; whether consumed or not is irrelevant.

Activities participants must go to the event they are suspended from, but cannot be in uniform. They must sit on the sidelines.

STUDENTS CONVICTED OF VIOLATIONS of the law may be excluded from interscholastic activities. Decisions will be made by the Principal or Associate Principal.