In order to participate, you must complete your online clearance and turn in a physical (this can also be submitted online). You cannot participate in any contests (games or scrimmages) if you are not eligible from the previous grading period (summer school grades can be used for spring classes and must be the same class otherwise it will be added to the overall computation of the GPA). All freshmen are exempt from this rule until 1st quarter grades are finalized if they started their freshman year at Sequoia. New students who are coming from another high school must complete special CIF Transfer papers and make an appointment with Melissa Schmidt-- the Athletic Director. Please contact her at 367.9780 ext. 63703 or email@example.com.
Boys Water Polo - Francisco Andaluz, firstname.lastname@example.org
Girls Water Polo - Rob Griffin, email@example.com
Freshmen Football - Jim Stubblefield, firstname.lastname@example.org
JV Football- Mike Doyle, email@example.com
Boys Tennis - Phil McKenney, firstname.lastname@example.org
Varsity Volleyball - Felipe Gonzalez, email@example.com
Cross Country - Bruce Wernick, firstname.lastname@example.org
Varsity Girls Basketball - Nicholas McCullar, email@example.com
Wrestling - John Peavler, firstname.lastname@example.org
Varsity Softball -Mike Davis, email@example.com
Boys & Girls Golf - Gary Sowers, firstname.lastname@example.org
Girls Lacrosse - Kate Tarr, email@example.com
Boys Lacrosse - Nathan Board , NATHAN9696@aol.com
Badminton - Samir Bisteni, firstname.lastname@example.org
Boys Soccer - Kevin Huber, email@example.com
Before the Game
Tell your child you are proud of him or her, regardless of how well he or she plays.
Tell your child to play hard and have fun. Remind him or her that it's okay to be nervouse ("nervous is normal")
Make a commitment to yourself to Honor the Game no matter what others may do.
During the Game
Let the coaches coach. Avoid giving your child (or other players) advice during the game.
Fill your child's (and teammates') Emotional Tank.
Cheer good plays and good efforts by both teams.
Mention good calls by the officials to others.
Remember to have fun! Enjoy the day.
After the Game
Thank the officials for doing a difficult job.
Thank the coaches for their effort.
Let your child tell you about the game (avoid giving your post-game analysis unless asked).
Ask open-ended questions: "What was the most/least enjoyable part of the game?" "What did you learn from the game?"
Tell your child again that you are proud of him or her! (especially if the game didn't go well)
|Athletic Participation Data|
|Number of Sports Teams Offered|
|Frosh/Soph or JV||5||5||3||13|