MISSION STATEMENT & EXPECTATIONS
The Peabody Veterans Memorial High School athletic program strives to
provide a comprehensive, safe, and effective interscholastic athletic
program based upon the needs of potential participants. With a focus on
team spirit and cooperation, the program affords athletes various
opportunities to improve upon the tenets of good citizenship, good
sportsmanship, and physical health.
PVMHS Athletics provides the opportunity for our student athletes to:
make a commitment to their school and community.
develop cooperative and caring relationships.
embrace the importance of academic achievement.
increase their sense of self-respect while gaining a greater
appreciation for human difference.
HISTORY OF PVMHS ATHLETICS
Peabody Veterans Memorial High School (PVMHS) athletic programs date back to early 1890 when Peabody
played and defeated Salem High School in football by the score of 6 – 4.
Prior to 1969, the school’s sports offerings for boys were limited to football, basketball, ice hockey, baseball, golf
and track. The girls’ sports offerings consisted of basketball and softball.
In 1969, the athletic program as we know it now began to offer more sports for both male and female athletes. Our
current program offers sixteen sport offerings to both males and females with over one thousand participants in fifty-
seven programs of competition at different levels - varsity, junior varsity and freshmen.
The athletic tradition at Peabody High School runs long and deep. Athletes and teams from Peabody High School
continue to have a great deal of success. Last year our athlete’s won three North Shore Student Athlete of the
Month awards, North Shore Female Student Athlete of the Year, the Wendy’s Heisman Trophy Award, three MIAA
Team Academic Awards and thirteen league titles.
CODE OF ETHICS FOR ATHLETES
Players will be aware of, understand, and honor the commitment that they and their parents have made to their
teammates, coaches and league.
I will respect and cooperate with my coaches, officials, teammates, opponents and parents.
I will respect school, team and MIAA rules regarding tobacco products, alcohol and drugs.
I will not “trash talk”, taunt, or treat opponents with disrespect.
I will respect equipment and playing facilities.
I will behave properly while in transit and while visiting opponents’ facilities.
I will behave in school as I would on the field in order to be a good ambassador for athletics.
CODE OF ETHICS FOR PARENTS/GUARDIANS
I will be a positive role model for my child and encourage sportsmanship by demonstrating positive support
for all players, officials and spectators.
I will not engage in any unsportsmanlike conduct with any official, coach or player.
I will demand that my son/daughter treat other players, coaches, officials and spectators with respect.
I will praise my child for competing hard and fairly.
I will support a sports environment for my son/daughter that is free from tobacco, alcohol and drugs.
I will refrain from coaching my child or other players during the games.
I will learn the rules of the game and policies of the school and league.
DESCRIPTION OF PROGRAMS & REQUIREMENTS FOR ATHLETIC PARTICIPATION
The material in this handbook is designed to explain Peabody High School’s Athletic Department’s policies and
procedures. The information is intended to provide you with a better understanding of the school’s and state
association’s philosophy, goals and procedures.
Participation on an athletic team can be a rewarding educational experience. It is important that students realize
the time demands, responsibility, dedication and sacrifices required when making this commitment. Student-
athletes should be aware that league mandated contests occur during all vacation periods each year. It is
expected that student-athletes will honor their commitment to their teammates, coaches and fans during vacation
Emphasis is on the development of basic skills, appropriate attitudes, values and team concepts.
Participation at the varsity level is generally limited to the highly skilled players and those with the ability to interact
with other players for team success. Assessment will be made by the coach relative to the level of play, (V, JV, Fr),
most beneficial to the development and progress of each player. It should be understood that playing time could be
limited by the strategy of the game and certain conditions.
To allow as many students as possible to participate and share the experience and benefits derived from
To compete successfully with Northeastern Conference and non-league opponents, and with teams or
individuals of a similar division in state competition.
Student athletes have made a commitment to be at all practice sessions, contests and team meetings. Any
team member who must be late, or miss practice, games or meetings must confer with their coach. Absences may
jeopardize retaining a position on the team. This includes extended trips during vacation.
Practices are held daily for approximately 2-1/2 hours, or as appropriate to the activity. Some practices
may be held on weekends. No official practice may be held without a PVMHS coaching staff member present.
PROGRAM OF ACTIVITIES
Fall Season Winter Season Spring Season
Cross Country Basketball (B/G)(V,JV,Fr) Baseball (V,JV,Fr)
Field Hockey (V,JV,Fr) Gymnastics (V,JV) Outdoor Track (B/G)(V,JV,Fr)
Football (V,JV,Fr) Ice Hockey (B-V, JV)(G-V) Lacrosse (B/G) (V,JV,Fr)
Soccer (B/G) (V,JV,Fr) Indoor Track (B/G) (V,JV,Fr) Softball (V,JV,Fr)
Volleyball (V,JV,Fr) Swimming (Co-ed) Tennis (B/G) (V)
Golf (Coed) (V) Cheerleading (basketball/hockey)
Fall Season: August 23, 2007 (exception: football, August 20, 2007)
Winter Season: Monday after Thanksgiving
Spring Season: Third Monday in March
Conclusion of the season is defined to include participation through the last MIAA sponsored tournament or event.
During the tryout period, each coach will provide an explanation of his/her expectations. It is the duty of the student to
demonstrate to the coach that he/she can fulfill these expectations.
If a student is not selected for a team, they may contact the coach personally for an explanation. Students not selected
are encouraged to explore other sport opportunities.
The coaching staff of each sport has the sole responsibility to selecting the members of the team, determining the level
of play most beneficial to the development of each player and the amount of playing time. Player concerns should be
addressed first between the player and coach. IF a significant resolution is not resolved, parents should plan a meeting
with the coach. If a resolution is not reached between athlete, parent and coach, the matter may be presented to the
ATHLETIC PARTICIPATION WARNING
Although most athletic injuries are usually minor, serious injury, including permanent paralysis or death may occur.
The school provides secondary health insurance coverage for all student/athletes injured during the season. The
insurance plan takes up where family insurance leaves off. ALL CLAIM FORMS MUST BE FILED WITH THE
ATHLETIC DIRECTOR WITHIN 90 DAYS OF INJURY. This is a policy provision. DO NOT FORFEIT BY
INCOMPLETE INFORMATION OR DELAY. Be aware, as with most insurance policies there are limits to the coverage.
Claim forms are available through the athletic trainer and the athletic office.
RULES AND REGULATIONS FOR ALL ATHLETES
All candidates must meet the following five requirements prior to attending any tryout or practice session.
1. Rule 56: Student Eligibility: Physical Examinations
56.1 All students must pass a physical examination within 13 months of the start of the season. Students who meet this
criteria at the start of the season will remain eligible for that season registered. A sports Physical terminates 395 days
subsequent to administering and must be renewed immediately (should an athlete be “in season”) to maintain
eligibility. Physical examinations must be performed by a duly registered Physician, Physician’s Assistant or Nurse
Practitioner. (Physical exams are offered prior to each season, date, time and location to be announced.) A written
copy must be provided.
PENALTY: A student in violation shall be suspended for the number of contests in which he/she
participated without a proper physical.
2. Parental Permission:
An athlete must submit a complete, signed parent’s permission form prior to his/her first practice session. This form
must be completed for each season (Fall, Winter, Spring) of participation.
3. Rule 58: Academic Eligibility:
A student must secure, during the last marking period preceding the contest, a passing grade in the equivalent of four
major subjects. To satisfy this requirement, a student must have passed sufficient courses so as to be earning for that
marking period credits totaling the equivalent of four one year major English courses. To be eligible for the fall
marking period, students are required to have earned credits for the previous academic year equivalent to four one year
major English courses. The academic eligibility of all students shall be considered as official and determining only on
the date when report cards for that marking period have been issued to the parents of all students. Incomplete grades
may not be counted toward eligibility. (Second quarter marks and not semester grades determine third quarter
eligibility.) In addition, students who fail or receive a medical excuse in Physical Education will be declared ineligible
for that marking period (local policy).
4. Rule 60: Student Eligibility: Age
A student shall be under 19 years of age, but may compete during the remainder of the school year, provided that
his/her 19th birthday occurs on or after September 1st of that year. For freshmen competition, a student shall be under
16 years of age but may compete during the remainder of the school year provided that the sixteenth birthday occurs on
or after September 1st of that year.
5. Athletic Participation Fee:
The Peabody School Committee has established a participation fee for students participating in the
high school athletic program. Participation fees will provide the supplementary funds required to maintain the athletic
programs currently provided and will assist in avoiding the necessity of eliminating any sport programs. The fee
established is $150.00 per student per sport with a family cap of $300.00 per year. Check or money order should be
made payable to the Peabody High School Athletic Revolving Account. Cash cannot be accepted. All fees will be
collected prior to the first contest of each season at the Parent/Athlete/Coaches Meeting.
No student will be denied the opportunity to play due to financial hardship. Families may apply for a waiver of the
athletic fees by filing a Federal Free and Reduced Lunch Form, which is provided in all student-athlete Participation
Fee packets. Federal guidelines will be used to determine eligibility for waiver of athletic fees.
Established practice and procedures regarding an athlete’s participation in a sport remain unchanged. Playing
time of each participant is prerogative of the coaching staff. There is no assurance that each squad member will
receive equal playing time.
6. Rule 57: Student Eligibility: Transfer Students
57.1 A student who transfers from any school to an MIAA member high school is ineligible to
participate any interscholastic athletic contest at any level for a period of one year in all
sports in which that student participated at the varsity level or its equivalent during the one-
year period immediately preceding the transfer. For the purpose of this rule, no transfer will be deemed to have
taken place if a student returns to his/her former school on or before the eleventh day from the date of last
57.2 “Varsity participation” is defined as any appearance, as a competitor, in a varsity inter-school contest
other than a scrimmage. The “equivalent” will be judged by the MIAA executive staff on the basis of
the quality of non-school sport program participation.
57.3 Before a transfer student can be certified as eligible in a specific sport within the year of his/her
transfer, the sending school principal, athletic director must certify on Form 100 or Form 200 by
signature that the student did not participate at the varsity level or on a non-school team (see rule
57.2) during the year prior to the actual transfer.
57.3.1 If it is later determined that the sending school falsely or erroneously certified eligibility,
then the sending school will be subject to minimally a letter of censure, copies of which
will be mailed to the school committee, superintendent, principal, athletic director, and
reported on the MIAA website.
57.3.2 The MIAA certification Form 100 must be dated and filed at the receiving school before
the student is declared eligible (as to the transfer rule only) by the receiving school
All transfer students wishing to participate at any level are required to meet with the Athletic
Director prior to any activity.
57.4 The receiving High School Principal may utilize Form 200 to declare a transfer
Student eligible, providing it is prior to the start of the season and the student did not participate on a
non-school team (see Rule 57.2), if the sending school Principal certifies the following:
a. Recruitment was not involved in any way.
b. At the time of transfer, the student was in good standing.
c. The student would be academically eligible at the sending school.
d. The transfer was in no way motivated by athletics.
e. The student would have been eligible by MIAA and local rules at the sending
57.5 A student who transfers after the start of the practice season is ineligible in all sports during that
57.6 Foreign Students
57.6.1 A student who transfers from a foreign country without parental change of residence
accompanying the transfer, will be ineligible unless such transfer is sponsored by a
CSIET (Council on Standards for International Education Travel) approved foreign
All newly arrived foreign-born students must meet with the Athletic Director prior to any activity.
6. Rule 45: Loyalty to the High School Team: Bona Fide Team Members
A bona fide member of the school team is a student who is consistently present for, and actively
participates in, all high school team sessions (e.g. practices, tryouts, competitions). Bona fide members of
a school team are precluded from missing a high school practice or competitions in order to participate in a
non-school athletic activity/event in any sport recognized by the MIAA. Any student who violates this
standard is ineligible for the next two contests or two weeks (whichever is greater) immediately upon
confirmation of the violation. See rule 95 for additional tournament restriction.
7. Rule 45: Loyalty to the High School Team: Bona Fide Team Members
A bona fide member of the school team is a student who is consistently present for, and actively
participates in, all high school team sessions (e.g. practices, tryouts, competitions). Bona fide members of
a school team are precluded from missing a high school practice or competition in order to participate in a
non-school athletic activity/event in any sport recognized by the MIAA. First Offense: Student athlete is
suspended for an additional 25% of the season, and is ineligible for tournament play immediately upon
confirmation of the violation. See Rule 96 for additional tournament restriction and Rule 86 for waiver
During the school year, a student shall not, regardless of the quantity, use or consume, possess, buy/sell or give
away any beverage containing alcohol: any tobacco product, marijuana, steroids; or any controlled substance. It is
not a violation for a student to be in possession of a legally defined drug specifically prescribed for the student’s
own use by his/her doctor.
A. First Violation:
When the administration confirms, following an opportunity for the athlete to be heard that a violation
occurred, the athlete shall lose 1/3 of the season (for example: an 18 game, season, 6 games would be the
penalty, if 10 games, 3 games would be penalty. The 1/3 will always be the lower number in a season with
an odd number of games). This penalty shall carry over to additional seasons if the violation occurs late in
the season. An athlete shall not be allowed to serve the penalty in a sport they have not already participated
in. IF no other sport is played the penalty will be served the following year. In the case of a freshman, the
penalty will be served the next season the athlete participates in. An athlete committing a violation
during an out-of-season period will have the same penalties enforced as if the athlete was in season.
This rule will begin the first day of practice for fall sports and go through the last day of school.
B. Second Violation:
When the administration confirms, following an opportunity for the athlete to be heard that a second
violation has occurred, the athlete shall lose eligibility for one calendar year from the date of offense. The
athlete shall be allowed to return to athletics after 12 weeks if the student of his/her volition becomes a
participant and completes as approved out of school chemical dependency program. The athlete attending
will pay any costs of attending the program.
C. Subsequent Violation:
When the administration confirms, following an opportunity for the athlete to be heard that a third violation
has occurred, the athlete shall not be eligible to participate in athletics for the remainder of the school year
with no exceptions (minimum of six months of school calendar. It will carry over to the next school year if
there is less than six months left in the year of the offense). This penalty may carry over to the next school
year. The athlete must participate and complete an approved out of school chemical dependency program
or treatment program in order to participate in athletics in the future at Peabody Veterans Memorial High
D. Team Captain Privileges:
Any athlete who violates the Chemical Health Rule at any time during his/her high school career (in or out
of season) shall forfeit the privilege of being captain of a high school team. This rule will begin the first
day of practice for fall sports and go through the last day of school.
63. Good Citizen Rule
63.1 Student athletes may not represent their school if they are on in-house or out-of-house disciplinary
suspension. A suspended student is ineligible for practice3 or competition for at least the number of days
(or Partial days) equal to the number of days of the suspension. Local policies will determine the actual
days of ineligibility. The Board of Directors suggests that policies be included in local students handbooks.
ATHLETE’S ACADEMIC RESPONSIBILITY
Peabody High School athletes are expected and encouraged to maintain the highest level of academic achievement
and behavior. Athletes are encouraged to stay after for extra help or to make up missed work whenever necessary.
Athletes are expected to inform their coaches in advance when practice time will be missed due to academic
obligations. Students arriving late due to make-up work or extra help will not suffer a penalty. Teachers are
encouraged to contact a coach should a student-athlete’s work or behavior become a problem.
A student-athlete is expected to fulfill school discipline/detention obligations before reporting for practice or games,
students cannot expect, and should not request discipline action to be postponed or cancelled for any athletic reason.
Student-athlete’s suspended (in or out) from school may not practice, play or be with the team on the day(s) in
which he/she is serving the suspension.
CLASS ATTENDANCE POLICY
Any student-athlete who is absent from school on the day of a scheduled game or practice session will not be
allowed to participate in that game or practice. A student-athlete must be in attendance at school prior to 9:58 am or
the start of 4th period. Students dismissed before 10:45 am or the end of 4th period will not be considered to be in
attendance that day and will be ineligible to participate in any event scheduled for the same day. Students dismissed
after 10:45 due to illness will be ineligible to participate in any event that day. Student-athletes who display a
pattern of excessive or inappropriate dismissals, regardless of length, will similarly be withheld from practice and/or
SCHOOL EQUIPMENT RESPONSIBILITIES
Students are responsible for, and are expected to maintain proper care of all equipment issued to them. Students
are responsible for payment of any items lost, stolen or damaged. Each item not returned will be assessed at a
rate comparable to the current replacement cost. All equipment is to be returned at the completion of the season.
Student-athletes are not to wear uniforms (practice or game) at any time other than those allowed by the specified
The coach for each sport will hold an informational meeting prior to the start of the season.
Candidates are expected to attend. A parent/athlete meeting is held prior to each season. The
student/athlete and one parent or guardian must attend.
All candidates for athletic teams must meet the following requirements prior to attending any
tryouts or practice sessions:
1. Have evidence of a passed physical examination that will be valid for the entire school year.
2. Have submitted a signed parental form.
3. Be under 19 years of age on or after September 1st of that year.
4. For grade 9: be 16 years of age on or before September 1st of that year.
5. Athletic user fee paid or waiver applied for.
6. Transfer students must meet with the A.D. prior to any athletic participation.
7. Foreign students who transfer to Peabody H.S. directly from their country of origin must
meet with the A.D. prior to athletic participation.
Must have fulfilled all financial obligations for equipment issued the previous season.
Good sportsmanship is the number one priority of the Peabody High School Athletic Department. It is expected that
our athletes, coaches, and fans will demonstrate the highest level of sportsmanship. Peabody High School players,
coaches and fans will treat our opponents, game officials and visiting spectators with respect.
1. Rule 48: Sportsmanship: Taunting
Taunting includes any actions or comments by coaches, players, or spectators, which are intended to bait,
anger, embarrass, ridicule, or demean others, whether or not the deeds or works are vulgar or racist.
Included is conduct that berates, needles, intimidates, or threatens based on race, gender, ethnic origin or
background, and conduct that attacks religious beliefs, size, economic status, speech, family, special needs,
or personal characteristics.
Examples of taunting include but are not limited to: “trash talk”, defined as verbal communication of a
personal nature directed by a competitor to an opponent by ridiculing his/her skills, efforts, sexual
orientation, or lack of success, which is likely to provoke an altercation or physical response; and physical
intimidation outside the spirit of the game, including “in the face” confrontation by one player to another,
standing over/straddling a tacked or fallen player, etc.
The term “hazing” means any assumption of authority by a student whereby another student suffers or is
exposed to any cruelty, intimidation, humiliation, embarrassment, hardship, or oppression, or is required to
perform exercises to excess, to become sleep deprived, to commit dangerous activities, to curry favor from
those in power, to submit to physical assaults, to consume offensive foods or alcohol, or the threat of bodily
harm or death, or the deprivation or abridgement of any right.
Peabody High School will not tolerate any form of hazing. In the event of an accusation of hazing an
immediate full investigation will take place. Hazing can result in removal from the team, suspension,
expulsion and referral to law enforcement for possible legal action.
RESPECT all your teammates and they will respect you!
Peabody High School provides transportation to away games. All team members are required to travel to and from
all away events on transportation provided by the Athletic Department. Exceptions to this policy must be requested
in writing to the Athletic Director by an athlete’s parent/guardian prior to the event. Under no circumstances will
students be allowed to transport themselves or ride with other students to or from away games. Athletes are
expected to conduct themselves in a proper manner on all bus trips. Yelling at passing cars, obscene gesturing,
unruly conduct, or other forms of inappropriate behavior will not be tolerated.
Each athletic program provides team and individual awards at the conclusion of their season. The athletic
department provides the opportunity for additional awards including”
Varsity Certificates Coach Decision
League All Star Certificates League Decision
*Moynihan Lumber Student-Athlete of the Month Coach nominates/chosen by newspaper committee
*North Shore Student –Athlete of the Year Coach nominates/chosen by newspaper committee
*Harry Agganis Scholar-Athlete Award Student Application/chosen by Agganis committee
*Johnny Pesky College Scholarship Student Application/chosen by outside committee
*Courtney Marie Corning Athletic Athletic Department Application
*Craig Steven Green Memorial Scholarship Athletic Department Application
(hockey) *Frederick C. Miller Memorial Scholarship Athletic Department Application
*George L. Smyrnios Scholarship Athletic Department Application
*James L. Smyrnios Memorial Scholarship Athletic Department Application
*Jeff Paul Memorial Scholarship (track) Athletic Department Application
*Kristin Petrone Memorial Scholarship Athletic Department Application
*Michael Martin Memorial Scholarship Athletic Department Application
*Vincent Rosa Scholarship (hockey) Coaches decision
Seasonal Awards (male & female)
“Nick Spiliotis Community Service Award” Chosen seasonally (by coaching staff)
“Tanner Award” Chosen seasonally (by coaching staff)
Yearly Awards (male & female)
“Student- Athlete of the Year” Chose by a committee (Principal, AD, Faculty Mgr. And
Guidance) A scoring rubric is used to choose winner
“Athlete of the Year” Chose by a committee (Principal, AD, Faculty Mgr. And
Guidance) A scoring rubric is used to choose winner
NCAA CLEARING HOUSE
Every year, schools across the country are required to submit a list of courses that are offered which qualify as
NCAA Core Courses. These courses are listed on the NCAA Clearinghouse Web Site for prospective college
students. Each division in college has different academic requirements.
In order to participate in athletics at the college level, a student-athlete must file an NCAA Clearinghouse form
during their senior year. All seniors are encouraged to file with the clearinghouse whether they intend to participate
or not. Many colleges offer sports not offered at Peabody High School and motivate students to try something new
such as crew, rugby or fencing.
Application can be accessed by logging on to www.clearinghouse.com
LIST OF APPROVED CORE COURSES
Courses designated with a ‘=’ symbol are courses that may be used only by students with a diagnosed disability. In
order for a student to receive credit for a course designed for students with disabilities, the student must have
provided verification of his or her disability status by presenting to the NCAA Initial-Eligibility Clearinghouse
either: (1) a nonstandard ACT or SAT score; or (2) notice of disability designation by the NCAA Disability Services
NCAA legislation permits a student to receive credit for a core course only one time. As a result, if a student repeats
a core course, the student will only receive credit once for the core course and the highest grade earned in the course
will be included in the calculation of the student’s core-course grade-point average. Likewise, if a student completes
a course that is duplicative with another core course, the student will only receive credit once for the core course and
the highest grade earned in the course will be included in the calculation of the student’s core-course grade-point
HIGH SCHOOL COURSE INFORMATION
Weight Title Lab Weight Title Lab
English Social Science
=SPED English 10 =SPED US History
=SPED English 11 =SPED World History I
=SPED English 12 =SPED World History II
=SPED English 9 Contemporary Affairs
Creative Writing European History/AP
English 10 Government
English 11 History Essex County
English 12 Military History WWII
English 9 Museum Sciences
English/AP Presidents USA
Foundations in Writing Psychology
Modern Short Story Sem Sociology
Mystery Fiction US Government& Politics/AP
Seminar in Shakespeare US History 1865 to the present
Sports Writing [3.27.02] US History/AP
Advanced Techniques in Writing World Geography
World History I/500 AD to 1815
World History II/ 1800 to the present
Mathematics Natural/Physical Science
=SPED Algebra I =SPED Biology
=SPED Geometry =SPED Chemistry
Algebra 1 =SPED Science 10 (Env Sci)
Algebra 2 Action Physics Yes
Calculus Anat/Physio/Level 1 Yes
Calculus/AP Anat/Physio/Level 2 Yes
College Algebra & Trig Astronomy Yes
Geometry Biology 1 Yes
Precalculus Biology/AP Yes
Statistics/Data Analysis Biotechnology APP I Yes
Topics in Mathematics Biotechnology APP II Yes
Chemistry 1 Yes
Additional Core Courses Chemistry 2 Yes
French 1,2,3,4,5, I, AP Chemistry1/Level 2 Yes
German 1,2,3,4 Chemistry 1/Level 3 Yes
Latin 1,2,3 Chemistry /AP Yes
Modern Greek 1,2,3,4 Chemistry/Level 1 Yes
Portuguese 4, 1,2,3 Ecology Yes
Spanish 1,2,3,4,5, AP Environmental Science Yes
Italian 1 Fundamentals of Physics Yes
Italian Intro Organic Chemistry Yes
PEABODY VETERANS MEMORIAL
Department of Athletics
STUDENT-ATHLETE AND PARENT HANDBOOK
2007 – 2008 School Year
Dalton Award Winner
Highest Overall Winning Percentage in Athletics
TABLE OF CONTENTS
GREETINGS FROM THE PRINCIPAL & ATHLETIC DIRECTOR 1
MISSION STATEMENT & EXPECTATIONS 2
PVMHS ATHLETIC HISTORY 3
CODE OF ETHICS FOR ATHLETES 3
CODE OF ETHICS FOR PARENTS 3
DESCRIPTION OF PROGRAMS & REQUIREMENTS FOR ATHLETIC PARTICIPATION 3
RULES & REGULATIONS FOR ALL ATHLETES (PVMHS & MIAA) 5
ATHLETIC AWARDS/SCHOLARSHIPS 10
NCAA CLEARING HOUSE INFORMATION 11
ATHLETIC PARENTAL CONSENT FORM 13
FORM TO DENY PERMISSION FOR USE OF STUDENT NAME/IMAGE/WORK ON INTERNET 14