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HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETIC SCHEDULE
OF SPORT (09-10)
Girls Cross Country
Girls Swimming & Diving
Boys Cross Country
Start of School
Try outs Early June
Boys Swimming & Diving
Cuts - JV/Var.
Girls Track & Field
Boys Track & Field
the sports require: Physical card and Athletic Code turned into High
School office before athlete can practice.
Physical Cards & Athletic Codes can be picked up High School Office.
Sports season Athletes – Please look about 3/4 weeks before season in the
Plymouth Review, Sheboygan Press or Channel 14 for season start information.
COACHING STAFF ENCOURAGES INDIVIDUALS TO BE HIS/HER VERY BEST.
questions regarding PHS athletics please contact Mike Slagle (Athletic Director)
**All the sports require: Physical card, insurance waiver, and Athletic Code turned into High School office before athlete can practice.
PLYMOUTH COACHING STAFF ENCOURAGES INDIVIDUALS TO BE HIS/HER VERY BEST.
Any questions regarding PHS athletics please contact Mike Slagle (Athletic Director) 892-5004.
educators have shown that the interscholastic athletic program can play an
important part in the complete high school curriculum.
Through self-discipline and regular mental and physical conditioning
participants may enhance their development on an extracurricular and voluntary
OF ATHLETIC RESPONSIBILITIES
participation in the athletic program does not guarantee that all aims will be
met or that all opportunities will be realized.
The coaching staff and administration shall make every effort to teach
participants the goals for which the program was established.
Privileges always carry responsibilities.
The participant's greatest responsibility is to be a credit to parents,
school community and self.
order to represent
participant must be doing passing work in a minimum of four (4) full credit
courses. (Comparable to W.I.A.A.
(see academic policy for PHS)
2. The participant should
report any failures to the coach of the sport in which he/she is involved.
3. The participant must be
a legal resident of
4. The participant must turn in a physical examination card, an Athletic Insurance Information Card and a signed Athletic Code. All of this information must be signed by legal guardian.
5. A student cannot be over
the age of 19 by August 1 of that school year.
1. Using alcohol, tobacco
and/or detrimental drugs at any time
2. Being involved in the
purchase, sale, and/or transportation of alcohol and/or illegal drugs.
3. Knowingly loiter in the
presence of illegal consumption of alcohol or illegal drugs.
4. Stealing of any kind.
7. Hazing- defined as
intentionally or recklessly engaging in acts which endangers the physical
safety of a student for the purpose of initiation or admission into or
affiliation with any organization
operating in the school. Under
those circumstances, prohibited acts may include any brutality of a
physical nature, such as whipping, beating, branding, forced
consumption of any food, liquor, drug
any other substance, forced confinement or any other forced activity which
endangers the physical
or safety of a student. [S.948.52 (2), Wisconsin Statutes]
8. Any other unacceptable
conduct contrary to the ideas, principles, standards and morals of the school
POLICY FOR ATHLETES
student's grades will be checked at the end of each quarter, semester, and
throughout the school year. A
student who earns an incomplete or an "F" at any of these time
periods will be placed on academic probation.
Academic probation will be a period of 5 weeks.
A student will be able to continue participating in his/her activity
during this time. If at the end of
the 5-week probation the student is not passing all classes, that student will
become ineligible for the remainder of that quarter.
If at the end of that quarter the student is still not earning all
passing grades, the suspension will continue.
(Mid quarter grades will be used to determine 5-week grades.)
a student is earning more than 1 "F", that student will be placed on
an automatic suspension for 1 quarter without probationary period.
In the case of one time events such as trips, performances, or other
activities, the student will be ineligible to participate
with more than 1 “F”, incomplete, or combination of “F’s” or
incompletes. The incomplete(s)
must be resolved before that event or the student remains ineligible.
Students will be allowed to practice while on probation at the
discretion of the coach/advisor.
athlete once placed on suspension must break the string of “F’s” at a
quarter or semester grading period to regain eligibility.
is our belief that a student must be on line for graduation.
If a student fails a required course, he/she must reschedule that class
at the earliest time possible to earn credit.
is expected that Plymouth High School students will practice good
sportsmanship by showing proper respect and courtesy to all visitors, whether
they be player, coach, official or spectator.
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