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TJ Stanford

Athletic Director

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The Athletic Director administers all competitive sports programs for TPHS. Students interested in participating in a sport should contact the Athletic Director or Coach before the season begins. Prior to his/her first practice, each student participating in any athletic program must complete the following forms:

  1. Parent permission to participate.
  2. Evidence of a cleared physical examination for the current school year.
  3. Evidence that adequate accident insurance coverage for the student is provided by the parent/guardian.
  • The school does not provide or sell accident coverage. However, please contact the athletic Director for Insurance through Meyers/Stevens.

Eligibility

  

MUSD Board Policy 6145
Eligibility Requirements
To be eligible to participate in extracurricular and cocurricular activities, students in grades 7-12 must demonstrate satisfactory educational progress in the previous grading period, including, but not limited to: (Education Code 35160.5)
1. Maintenance of a minimum of 2.0 grade point average on a 4.0 scale in all enrolled classes
2. Maintenance of minimum progress toward meeting high school graduation requirements
3. No more than one failing grade ("F") in the previous grading period
Any decision regarding the eligibility of any child in foster care or a child of an active duty military family for extracurricular or cocurricular activities shall be made by the Superintendent or designee in accordance with Education Code 48850 and 49701.
The Superintendent or designee may revoke a student's eligibility for participation in extracurricular and cocurricular activities when the student's poor citizenship is serious enough to warrant loss of this privilege.

MUSD Administrative Regulation 6145
For purposes of applying eligibility criteria for student participation, extracurricular and cocurricular activities shall be defined as follows: (Education Code 35160.5)
1. Extracurricular activities are not part of the regular school curriculum, are not graded, do not offer credit, do not take place during classroom time, and have all of the following characteristics:
a. The program is supervised or financed by the school district
b. Students participating in the program represent the school district
c. Students exercise some degree of freedom in the selection, planning or control of the program
d. The program includes both preparation for performance and performance before an audience or spectators
2. Cocurricular activities are programs that may be associated with the curriculum in a regular classroom
An activity is not an extracurricular or cocurricular activity if either of the following conditions applies: (Education Code 35160.5)
1. It is a teacher-graded or required program or activity for a course which satisfies the entrance requirements for admission to the California State University or the University of California
(cf. 6143 - Courses of Study)
2. It is a program that has as its primary goal the improvement of academic or educational achievement of students
Eligibility Requirements
The grade point average (GPA) used to determine eligibility for extracurricular and cocurricular activities shall be based on grades of the last previous grading period during which the student attended class at least a majority of the time. If a student was not in attendance for all, or a majority of, the grading period due to absences excused by the school for reasons such as serious illness or injury, approved travel, or work, the GPA used to determine eligibility shall be the grading period immediately prior to the excluded grading period(s). (Education Code 35160.5)
(cf. 5113 - Absences and Excuses)
When a student becomes ineligible to participate in extracurricular or cocurricular activities in the upcoming grading period, the principal or designee shall provide written notice to the student and his/her parent/guardian.
A student is fully eligible to participate in all co-curricular and extra-curricular activities if he/she has a minimum of a "C" (2.0) grade point average on a 4.0 grading scale with no more than one failing grade ("F") for classes attempted during the previous grading period and maintenance of minimum progress toward meeting high school graduation requirements.
In the event a student finds that he/she is academically ineligible to participate in co-curricular or extra-curricular activities in the first grading period of the upcoming school year, he/she may request that the total spring and summer school grades be used to determine eligibility for the first grading period of the upcoming school year. In such cases, grades earned through satisfactory completion of summer school classes will be averaged together with grades from spring semester in determining the minimum 2.0 grade point average to determine fall eligibility.
Students may also replace a fail "F" grade with a passing grade by successfully completing the same course through a summer school class. A passing grade in the same academic course taken in summer school may negate a previous semester failing "F" grade for eligibility purposes and for determining satisfactory progress toward graduation.
 
ELIGIBILITY PROBATION
A student who finds that he/she is academically ineligible to participate in co-curricular and extra-curricular activities is entitled to a one-time probationary period of nine (9) weeks. The student will be permitted to participate in extra-curricular and co-curricular activities during the probationary period. If, at the conclusion of the nine (9) week period he/she has maintained no less than a 2.0 total grade point average, he/she has no more than one (1) failing "F" grade, and he/she maintained at least the minimum progress toward meeting high school graduation requirements, he/she will be deemed fully eligible to participate in all co-curricular and extra-curricular activities. Every student who successfully completes his/her probationary period, as described in this paragraph, maintains full eligibility for the entire grading period. A student may use only one nine-week probation throughout his/her high school enrollment.
Until receiving grades in the Morongo Unified School District, incoming transfer students are eligible to participate in co-curricular and extra-curricular activities if, on the date the student transfers, he/she met the eligibility requirements of the school from which he/she transferred and has no more than one failing grade ("F") in the previous grading period, and has maintained the minimum progress toward meeting high school graduation requirements.

Informed Consent

INFORMED CONSENT

AWARENESS OF SPORTS INJURY RISK

WARNING AND AGREEMENT

 

By its very nature, competitive athletics can put students in situations in which SERIOUS, CATASTROPHIC, and perhaps FATAL accidents could occur.

 

Students and parents/guardian must assess the risks involved in such participation and make their choice to participate in spite of those risks. No amount of instruction, precaution or supervision will totally eliminate all risk of injury. Just as driving an automobile involves choice of risk, participation in athletics is inherently dangerous. The obligation of parents and students in making this choice to participate cannot be over-stated.

 

By granting permission to your son/daughter to participate in athletic competition, a parent or guardian acknowledges that playing or practicing in any sport can be a dangerous activity involving MANY RISKS OF INJURY. Both the athlete and parent must understand that the dangers and risks of playing or practicing to play include but are not limited to, death, complete or partial paralysis, brain damage, serious injury to virtually all internal organs, bones, joints, ligaments muscles, tendons and other aspects of the skeletal system and potential impairment to other aspects of the body, general health and well being.

 

Because of the dangers of participating in sports, we (parent and player) recognize the importance of following coaches’ instructions regarding playing techniques, training, equipment and other team rules, etc. both in competition and practice and agree to obey such instructions.

 

If any of the foregoing is not completely understood and you have questions, please contact your school athletic director or school administrator for further information.

Wildcat Ticket Prices

The ticket prices below are subject to change at the door.
Playoff ticket prices are set by the CIFSS.

Football
(Regular Season Home Games)

$6 Adults

$3 (Children 12 under)

TPHS ASB card holders are free.

Season Passes $95 (Immediate Family Only)

Playoff ticket prices are set by the CIFSS.


Volleyball and Basketball
(Regular Season Home Games)

$5 Adults

$3 (Children 12 under)

TPHS ASB card holders are free.

Season Passes $75 (Immediate Family Only)

Playoff ticket prices are set by the CIFSS. $10 / $5 Students


Admission is FREE to the following Events:

Girls Tennis

Cross Country

Soccer

Spring Athletic Events

Interested in coaching for the Wildcats!

 

CIFSS Coaches Must Have The Following:

A California Clearance Credential is Required
(Teaching Certificate or a Activity Supervisor Clearance Certificate)

Verified TB TEST

CIF Certification(Course is required)

Concussion Certification

Sudden Cardiac Arrest Certification

A Valid First Aid Card

A Valid CPR Card

Coaches CIFSS Information

CIFSS Coaches Login - NEW

CIFSS Website - (Read All Event News for Your Sport)

CIFSS Bluebook

MaxPreps Login

Links

Questions and Answers

What will I need to do to tryout for a sport?
Prior to the first tryout, each student athlete must complete the following:


  1. Parent permission to participate. (In the Physical Packet)
  2. Evidence of a cleared physical examination for the current school year. (In the Physical Packet)
  3. Evidence of adequate accident insurance coverage for the student athlete. (In the Physical Packet)
  4. Signed concussion form. (In the Physical Packet)
  5. UPDATED - June 2014...Subject to Change... Athletes must have a 2.0 GPA, No more than one F, and be on track to graduate. (From the last grading period.)
To calculate your GPA do the following:
  • Next to each of your grades from your last report card, give them a point value. (A=4 B=3 C=2 D=1 F=0)
  • Add up the points earned and divide by the number of classes. (6 classes)
  • This is your GPA and must be a 2.0 or higher.
  • No more than one F.
For more information on Eligibility, click here.
  • The school does not provide or sell accident coverage. However, please see the Athletic Director to obtain Insurance through Meyers/Stevens & Toohey.
  • NOT INSURED? To purchase Insurance go to http://myers-stevens.com/ (Print the confirmation page) (Football Players must choose the Interscholastic Tackle Football Accident Plan)

IF ANY OF THE ABOVE ITEMS ARE MISSING OR ARE INCOMPLETE, THE ATHELETE WILL NOT BE ALLOWED TO PARTICIPATE.


Where can I download a Physical Form?

PHYSICAL FORMS -
Physical Packet - Click Here
(All forms must be signed and completed.)


What will I need to do to tryout for a sport? - CLICK HERE

WHAT IF I AM NOT INSURED? To purchase Insurance go to http://myers-stevens.com/ (Print the confirmation page.) (Football Players must choose the Interscholastic Tackle Football Accident Plan)

Where does the team meet for tryouts/practice?

Coaches may need to change the location from time to time.

Typically Practices are held at the following locations:


FALL
  • Cross Country - On Campus
  • Football - Field On Campus
  • Girls Tennis - Courts On Campus
  • Volleyball - Gym
WINTER
  • Basketball - Gym
  • Soccer - JR Field/Field On Campus
SPRING
  • Baseball - Field On Campus
  • Golf - Roadrunner Dunes
  • Softball - Luckie Park Fields
  • Swimming - Luckie Park Pool
  • Boys Tennis - Tennis Courts On Campus
  • Track - Track

How can I arrange to take my athlete home after an event?

Athletic Trip Waiver Form
- List all dates for the current season of sport.

What is new Concussion Rule?

Athletes must be cleared by a Doctor before returning to Athletics. Please Click Here for more information.

What is Informed Consent and the Athletic Risk Warning?

Please Click Here for information on Informed Consent.

Would my child be disqualified from playing sports if I do not sign a form?


YES, if any forms are missing the student will not be cleared for athletics.

What if I quit a team?


At TPHS, if a student athlete quits a team, they will not be allowed to participate in the next season of sport until the previous season of sport ends.
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