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Table of Contents,Westfall Local Schools Administration 2. Mission Statement 2,OHSAA District and League Information 3. Sports Offerings 4,Athletic Council 5,Role and Responsibilities of Coaches 6. Coaching and Advisor Regulations and requirements 7 8. Job Description of the Coach 9 11,Hiring of Assistant Coaches Volunteers 12. Final Forms 12,Squad Selection Procedures 13,Practice Guidelines 14.
Scheduling Contests Officials and Practices 15,Coaches Supervision Responsibilities 16 17. Use of Facilities 17,Coach Parent Relationships 24 Hour Rule 18. Parent Complaints Conflicts 19,Athletic Conflict Resolution Form 20. Athletic Trainer 21,Treatment of Injuries 21,Concussion Protocol 22. Overnight Trips 23,Summer Activities 23,Off Season 23.
Purchases Budgets Fundraising Procedures 24 25,Awards Banquets 26. Public Relations 27,Athletic Website 28,Media Relations 29. Media Contacts 29,Coaching Clinics and Coaching Associations 30. Board of Education,Superintendent of Schools,Cara Riddel. High School Principal Middle School Principal,Billy Dennis Jason Fife.
High School Dean of Students Middle School Dean of Students. Ashley Kelly Ruth Ann Sowers,District Athletic Director. Trevor Thomas,Middle School Athletic Director,Sherrie Wippel. HS Head Coaches MS Head Coaches,HS Assistant Coaches MS Assistant Coaches. District Mission Statement, The mission of the Westfall Local School District as the educational hub of the. community is to produce responsible emotionally and physically healthy students who. excel in academics technology the arts and graduate career or college ready This. will be accomplished in a safe secure and nurturing environment by creatively using all. resources developing effective community partnerships and providing every student. with appropriate high quality relevant education,Athletic Mission Statement.
The mission of the Westfall Local School District Athletic Department is to. produce responsible emotionally and physically healthy student athletes who excel in. the educational athletics environment This will be accomplished by providing them with. coaches who teach integrity honor and character through interscholastic athletics and. providing our student athletes with opportunities to be successful. Westfall High School is a member of the Ohio High School Athletic Association. The rules and regulations developed by the OHSAA are designed to protect fair. play and promote sportsmanship while ensuring the safety and welfare of all. student athletes Westfall High School and Middle School agrees to abide by and. cooperate with all rules and regulations set forth by the OHSAA. Nickname Mustangs,School Colors Scarlet and Grey,District Southeast. Boys Enrollment 158 AA Girls Enrollment 171 AA,League Scioto Valley Conference. Member Schools,Huntington,Paint Valley,Southeastern. Zane Trace,Sports at Westfall High School,Fall Sports. Boys Girls,Football Volleyball,Soccer Soccer,Cross Country Cross Country.
Cheerleading,Winter Sports,Boys Girls,Basketball Basketball. Wrestling Wrestling,Swimming Swimming,Bowling Bowling. Cheerleading,Spring Sports,Boys Girls,Baseball Softball. Track and Field Track and Field,Westfall High School Athletic Council. Sport Head Coach email Phone Number, Cross Country Billy Dennis billyd westfallschools com 740 497 1666.
Football Trent Olds trent olds gmail com 937 728 9451. Volleyball, Girls Golf Kevin Shoults kidsplaygolftoo yahoo com 740 703 3827. Boys Golf Matthew Greenlee mgreenlee westfallschools com 614 753 7056. Girls Soccer Devin Schoonover dschoonover westfallschools com 740 407 3142. Boys Soccer Blaine Bullock bbullock westfallschools com 740 601 3680. Cheerleading Lynn Huffer lhuffer westfallschools com 614 725 6020. Shannon Nunemaker snunemaker westfallschools com 740 542 2703. Girls Basketball Jennifer Blue bluej2121 yahoo com 614 774 8577. Boys Basketball Josh Rodich coachrodich yahoo com 614 270 5204. Wrestling Will Breyer wbreyer westfallschools com 248 321 4979. Bowling Alethea Heuer, Baseball Trevor Thomas tthomas westfallschools com 740 412 7039. Softball Fred Redman frrdm aol com 740 571 1589, Girls Track Theresa Butts tbutts westfallschools com 614 348 1653. Boys Track Brad Smith bsmith westfallschools com 740 497 1005. The Athletic Council will meet throughout the school year and summer. months to discuss upcoming seasons the Code of Conduct and Substance. Abuse Policy and other information as deemed necessary by the athletic. director The Council will also meet to hear student athlete appeals for denial of. participation These meetings are necessary for the operation of the athletic. department and should be attended by all coaches,THE ROLE OF COACHES. Coaches must demonstrate and apply leadership integrity responsibility. self control knowledge of sports rules and regulations honesty and. sportsmanship at all times on and off the field court It is necessary that the. coach acts in a responsible and professional manner at all times and represents. the school faculty student body and community in a positive manner The. coach must set the example for all participants and fans The coach must. remember athletics is an extension of the classroom and interscholastic athletics. are an educational opportunity to all those involved. RESPONSIBILITIES OF THE COACH, Exemplify the highest moral character behavior and leadership adhering.
to strong ethical and integrity standards, Respect the integrity and personality of the individual athlete. Set the example for players and fans to follow Refrain from arguments in. front of players and fans do not make inappropriate gestures or comments. to officials or opponents Never throw items in disgust Shake hands with. officials and opposing coaches before and after contests in full public. Respect the integrity and judgement of the contest officials The officials. are doing their best to promote athletics and the student athlete Treating. them with respect even when you disagree will only make a positive. impression of you and your team in the eyes of those in attendance Never. berate an official to the media, Display modesty in victory and graciousness in defeat when meeting with. the public or the media, Teach sportsmanship and reward players that are good sports. Do not use profanity obscene language or inappropriate gestures or. Describe and define respectful and disrespectful behaviors Make a point. that disrespect taunting trash talk hazing and intimidation will not be. Treat opposing coaches administrators participants and fans with the. utmost respect, Require your team to treat opponents opposing coaches fans schools. and officials with respect,Coaching and Advisor Regulations and Requirements.
The following are regulations for any coach or cheerleading advisor. involved in extracurricular activities at Westfall High School All paid and unpaid. coaches and advisors must meet these standards Until all requirements are met. your pay may be withheld, 1 Each coach advisor must have a current CPR and Sports Medicine certificate on file with. the Athletic Director, 2 Each coach advisor must have a FBI BCI background check. 3 Each coach advisor is responsible for turning in the Preseason packet to the Athletic. Director prior to the first official practice Includes all potential participants. 4 Each coach advisor will turn in a list of players into the Athletic Director of any player. not making the team squad as soon as the team squad is determined. 5 Each coach advisor will complete the end of season packet including written inventory. of all equipment and uniforms at the completion of their season This will also include any. equipment to be ordered for the next year, 6 Each coach advisor is responsible to get awards information to the Athletic Director in a. timely manner, 7 Each coach advisor will attend the season ending reception banquet. 8 Each Head coach advisor will be on the bus to and from all games and or scrimmages. or have arrangements made with assistant coaches to be on the bus unless prior approval is. made with the Athletic Director, 9 Each coach advisor will remain at the school until all students have a ride or make.
arrangements for them to be supervised until they are picked up. 10 Each coach advisor is responsible for the inventorying issuing collection and storage. of uniforms and equipment for their activity, 11 Each coach advisor is responsible for the care and upkeep of equipment involved in. your activity, 12 Each coach advisor shall attend all league district state associations or coaching related. 13 Each coach advisor will attend Athletic Council Meetings as called by Athletic Director or. have prior permission from AD to be absent, 14 Each coach advisor will work with the Westfall Booster Organization. 15 Each head coach advisor will try and attend Westfall Booster meetings on a regular. 16 Each head coach is responsible for the reporting of scores results to the local media. 17 Each head coach advisor is responsible for the evaluations of their assistant coaches. 18 Head coaches advisors are responsible to meet with the Athletic Director for season. ending evaluation,Requirements to Coach, In order to be approved by the Westfall Local School District Board of Education. all coaches including volunteer coaches must complete the following. 1 Current Pupil Activity Permit PAP, 2 Complete Pupil Activity Permit Application on Ohio Department of.
Education website,3 NFHS Fundamentals of Coaching online course. a http www nfhslearn com,b Course Completed one time. 4 Approved Online Concussion Education Course,a http www nfhslearn com. b Course must be taken each time you apply for a new PAP. 5 Complete the First Aid for Coaches Training, a Adena Sports Medicine offers these trainings monthly check with. AD for upcoming dates,b Online course available at.
http www nfhslearn com, c Courses offered at most state coaching clinics as well. d Course must be completed each time you apply for a new PAP. 6 CPR Certification, a Current CPR Certification Card on file with district office. 7 BCI and FBI Fingerprinting Services, a The Pickaway Educational Service Center offers Webcheck. Fingerprinting to obtain BCI and or FBI Reports, b Webcheck Fingerprinting is by appointment only Call ESC 740. c Have Reports sent to ODE and Westfall Local Schools. Board Approval, Once all documentation has been turned into the AD a recommendation will be.
made to the board of education for your coaching position. Volunteer coaches must complete all the same courses for PAP and be board. ALL COURSES MUST BE COMPLETE BEFORE YOU BEGIN YOUR COACHING. COACHES JOB DESCRIPTION,BOARD APPROVED JOB DESCRIPTION 5 17 10 Res 10 170. Title Coach,Department Athletic,Building Facility Middle School High School. Reports to Athletic Director and Building Principal. Employment Status Regular Full Time, Description Encourage supervise and inspire the student athlete while instructing him her in. the fundamentals skills and sense of fair play necessary to become a successful team member Direct team. Note The below lists are not ranked in order of importance. Essential Functions,Ensure the safety of students, Work within the district policies and procedures in development and maintenance of interscholastic athletic. Assign duties and responsibilities to assistants, Responsible for issuance care and inventory of equipment supplies and uniforms.
Assist the athletic director in purchasing equipment and supplies. Assist the athletic director in scheduling non league games and officials. Ensure proper conduct and actions of team players at all times. Report the lineups scoring plays and other pertinent data of each game to the local newspaper and radio. Forward a list of all participants in the sport along with all information necessary for the eligibility report to. the principal s office, Issue equipment and keep accurate records of all equipment issued. Collect all equipment at the end of the season, Assign lockers and oversee the condition of the locker room. Assist players in care and prevention of injuries,Attend rules interpretation meetings. Schedule assistant coaches meetings, Instruct players in proper use of body building equipment training and nutrition. Prepare outside facilities for all practice sessions. Schedule plan and conduct all practice sessions and scrimmages. Develop and enforce training rules, Organize filming of all athletic competitions if applicable.
Present and discuss films from previous scrimmages if applicable. Review and evaluate all game films if applicable, Schedule and conduct meetings to discuss future opponents. Attend reserve and other inter district games,Assist in the selection of assistant coaches. Communicate with classroom teachers to determine the achievement level of each player. Participate in awards program by distributing awards to the players. Evaluate players after each game and at the end of the season. Schedule off season weight lifting and physical conditioning training. Attend clinics camps and seminars, Make contacts with the public with tact and diplomacy. Maintain respect at all times for confidential information e g student athlete grades for eligibility purposes. Interact in a positive manner with staff students and parents. Promote good public relations by personal appearance attitude and conversation. Attend meetings and in services as required, Serve as a role model for students in how to conduct themselves as citizens and as responsible intelligent. human beings, Instill in students the belief in and practice ethical principles and democratic values.
Interact with superintendent and or board of education and present information as requested. Other Duties and Responsibilities, Correspond with college and university personnel to assist players in acquiring athletic scholarships. Instruct and supervise managers in game and practice preparation. Attend and participate in Athletic Booster Club Meetings. Schedule Fundraising activities,Schedule coaching clinics. Procure and distribute all medical supplies and equipment. Schedule record and assist with physical examinations for all players. Respond to routine questions and requests in an appropriate manner. Perform other duties assigned by the athletic director and or high school principal. Qualifications,High School Diploma,One to two years related experience. Required Knowledge Skills and Abilities,Ability to work effectively with others. Ability to communicate ideas and directives clearly and effectively both orally and in writing. Effective active listening skills,Organizational and problem solving skills.
Ability to recognize and treat minor athletic injuries. Knowledge of specific sport, Prior supervision of athletic program budget inventory and transportation. CPR Certificate, Pupil Activity Supervision Certification issued by the ODE. Equipment Operated,Computer Printer,Calculator,Typewriter. Overhead projector,Head Phones,Motor Vehicle,Various Related SPorts Equipment. Cell Phone,Additional Working Conditions, Occasional exposure to blood bodily fluids and tissue.
Occasional operation of a vehicle under inclement weather conditions i e Being prepared to come to school. on all scheduled days except calamity days,Occasional interactions among unruly children. Occasional requirement to travel,Frequent evening weekend summerwork. Frequent requirement to lift carry push and pull various items up to a maximum of 50 pounds i e weights. Occasional requirement to perform duties in inclement weather e g snow rain heat cold etc. Frequent requirement to stand walk talk hear use color vision see read speak stretch within arms. Occasional requirement to sit stoop kneel or crouch. This job description is subject to change and in no matter implies that these are the only duties and. responsibilities to be performed by the incumbent The incumbent will be required to follow the instructions. and perform the duties required by the incumbent s supervisor and or appointing authority. Hiring Assistant Coaches and Volunteer Coaches, All assistant coaches should be recommended by the Head Varsity Coach of the. sport Assistant coaches must complete supplemental application on file in the. district office, These recommendations should be submitted well in advance of the official. starting date of the season Assistant Coaches need board approval. Volunteer assistant coaches must be board approved and complete same. documentation as paid assistant coaches, The Westfall Athletic Department will use the internet company Final Forms for.
the collection and distribution of all student athlete forms All coaches are. required to login to Final Forms and keep track of their team forms and fees. through the site, Student athletes not registered or on Final Forms are not eligible. for participation until this takes place, Final Forms is available by logging onto the Westfall Local Schools Website and. clicking on the Final Forms Tab located on the Staff link. Coaches can use Final Forms for creating a roster checking eligibility and. tracking uniform inventory A yearly training session is available to all coaches. for Final Forms,SQUAD SELECTION AND TRYOUT PROCEDURES. THE FOLLOWING GUIDELINES AND PROCEDURES ARE TO BE USED WHEN. SELECTING A SQUAD OR TEAM FOR AN ACTIVITY, 1 It is appropriate for a coach advisor to determine the size of the team or. squad based on the criteria of talent and work ethic of those trying out. number of individuals trying out and optimum number determined by the. coach advisor to conduct productive practices and ensure adequate. substitutes, 2 Prior to conducting tryouts selection of a squad the coach advisor must.
communicate the following items to the participants. a The length of the tryout selection period, b The Procedure that will be used to determine the squad team. c The criteria used to determine the squad team, d The minimum and maximum number of participants who will be. e The commitments the participants are obligated to if they are. selected to the squad team, 3 Cut Lists should not be posted Coaches should have a private meeting. with each candidate during which the coach advisor explains the reasons. why the student did not make the squad team and suggest possible. alternatives for improvement and other possible activities. 4 If a player is cut from the squad team that player may join another. squad team during the same season if the opportunity is available within. the rules of the athletic policy If a player is kept on a squad team and. quits they are not permitted to join another team during the same season. PRACTICE GUIDELINES, Coaches should create and distribute practice schedules to all participants and. turn in a copy to the athletic director before the season begins Practices should. be planned and developed like a lesson plan for the development of individual. and team skills Additional guidelines are as follows. 1 NO PRACTICES OR COMPETITIONS ARE TO BE SCHEDULED ON. SUNDAYS OR ON THE FOLLOWING HOLIDAYS THANKSGIVING, CHRISTMAS EVE CHRISTMAS DAY EASTER OR GOOD FRIDAY Students.
may observe their own religious holidays without punishment Permission can be. granted for Sunday practice and events if approved by the administration in the. case of OHSAA tournament scheduled event only,2 All practices should be concluded by 9 00PM. 3 Once the school year begins morning practices for high school teams on days. when school is in session must be approved by the administration. 4 Middle school teams are not permitted to have morning practice at any time after. the school year has begun, 5 The following is a list of regulations for snow day early dismissal day or other. weather conditions or school closing situation, 6 Coaches advisors should have written practice plan and provide each participant. with a copy prior to the season, 7 Scheduling of gym and facility time should be worked out between the head. coaches and include the Athletic Director of any unusual circumstances. 8 Practice at off campus facilities must be approved by the Athletic Director and.


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