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  • McAllen ISD High School CoachesUIL ORIENTATION2012-2013

  • Purpose and Philosophy of the UILTo assist and advise schoolsTo establish and enforce eligibility rulesTo regulate competitionTo promote good sportsmanshipTo forward the concept of accepting decisions and respecting sports officials

  • Coordinated Communications with UIL Always find answer to UIL question to avoid violation of a ruleOur job to know rules and their interpretationUIL website/Constitution and Contest Rules book/Side by Side Manual are great resourcesRefer to sport specific manualSpeak to your Athletic Coordinator or Athletic Director before you call UIL

  • UIL OrientationCoaches must annually attend a UIL Orientation.

    Discuss UIL Rules and Regulations

    Athlete Eligibility and Athlete Requirements

    Coaches Expectations/Requirements

    This Power Point will be made available to all coaches through campus Athletic Coordinator.

  • Rules Compliance Program (RCP)Required for all coaches from grades 7 12. Must take course every year prior to 1st contact with athletes.

    Training available only via the UIL website

    Must have UT ID and password to access system. Fill out coaching assignment.

    Certificate must be printed and on file.

  • 1st Aid, CPR, AED TrainingSenate Bill 7

    All coaches, cheerleader coaches, PE teachers, athletic trainers, and student trainers must maintain current certification in CPR, 1st Aid and AED training.Must have a current certification before coach may begin coaching duties

  • New Coaches Education ProgramFundamentals of Coaching Course for 1st year coachesCost $35 Paid for by the Coach Register through UIL Website and take course online.Print your certificate and turn it in to the Campus Athletic Coordinator.All first year after school and volunteer (full time professional employee for high school) coaches must also take this course.

  • HS Volunteer CoachMust be a full time MISD professional employeeNo hourly wage employees allowed to be volunteer coachesMust fulfill all coaches requirements which include RCP training, CPR training, and 1st year, PAF, Concussion Training, & Fundamentals of Coaching Any one who assists in any other capacity and is not a MISD employee must have a background check and be cleared by Human Resources Dept.

  • Safety TrainingCoaches must conduct Safety Training for all their student athletes.Coach must document that the training was provided.Safety training will be available to parents through Athletic website.Must conduct and document a safety drill that incorporates safety training information.Multisport athletes must attend safety training provided by each coach of sport they join.

  • Random Steroid TestingSenate Bill 8UIL will still be conducting random steroid testing for high school athletes.Athletes must agree to submit to random steroid testing (Steroid Form).There is a penalty structure including ineligibility for any student with a positive test result or any student who refuses to be tested after being randomly selected.

  • COACHES PAPERWORKPROFESSIONAL ACKNOWLEDGEMENT FORM (PAF)MUST BE COMPLETED BY A COACH THEIR 1ST YEAR AT A CAMPUSFORM MUST BE NOTARIZED AND ON FILEANOTHER PAF FORM MUST BE FILLED WHEN A COACH CHANGES CAMPUSES. PAF FORM ACKNOWLEDGES THAT YOU ARE RESPONSIBLE FOR ACKNOWLEDGEMENT OF UIL RULES AND REGULATIONS.

  • MUST BE COMPLETED FOR ALL TEAM AND INDIVIDUAL SPORTS PRIOR TO COMPETINGFILL OUT PROPERLY AND COMPLETELYMUST BE SIGNED BY CAMPUS ATHLETIC COORDINATORFAX TO DEC CHAIRMAN (Weslaco HS) AND KEEP A COPY ON CAMPUS ADDITIONAL ATHLETES MUST BE ADDED ON TO SUPPLEMENTAL FORM AFTER 1ST FORM IS SUBMITTED BEFORE ATHLETES COMPETE AT THE VARSITY LEVELTEAMS ADVANCING TO PLAYOFFS MUST INCLUDE ATHLETES WHO ARE PROMOTED TO VARSITY

    UIL VARSITY ELIGIBILITY FORM

  • ATHLETES PAPERWORK

    PHYSICAL EXAMINATIONS MUST BE ON FILE BEFORE ANY ATHLETE CAN WORK OUT OR COMPETE. (MUST USE REVISED 1/6/2009 PHYSICAL FORM)STEROID FORMCONCUSSION ACKNOWLEDGEMENT FORM (NEW)4. PARENT OR GUARDIAN PERMISSION. (PARENT PERMISSION MAY NOT OVERRIDE DOCTORS EXCUSE).5. ACKNOWLEDGEMENT OF RULES6. PREVIOUS ATHLETIC PARTICIPATION FORM (UPDATED 6/12/12)TRANSFER FROM ANOTHER SCHOOLDOES NOT LIVE IN YOUR ATTENDANCE ZONE PARTICIPATED AT ANOTHER SCHOOL IN GRADES 8TH-12TH REQUIRES DEC APPROVAL BEFORE VARSITY COMPETITION

    PREVIOUS FORMS INVALID!!!

  • Eligibility for 1st 6 Weeks9th grade athletes must be academically promoted and not placed.

    Sophomores must have earned 5 credits which count toward state graduation requirements; Juniors 10; Seniors 15.

    Exceptions: -5 credits during the preceding 12 months.-Criteria above also applies to migrant students -Out of state students may be eligible if they meet same criteria or are determined eligible by school officials.

    Please make sure that athletes are not enrolled concurrently in an athletic class and a physical education class.

  • NO PASS, NO PLAY

    A student who receives a grade below 70 at the end of any grading period may not compete until all classes are passed and grace period is fulfilled. Pre-AP: Grade may be a 65 or above.An ineligible student may practice, but may not compete or travel with the team (This includes team managers). All schools must check grades for all athletes at the end of the 1st six weeks of the school year. Students who pass all classes remain eligible until the end of the next grading period.

  • NO PASS, NO PLAY

    In regards to eligibility, school work may not be completed after a Grading Period has ended, unless an incomplete has been recorded.A 6 week incomplete grade must be made up before an athlete may compete.Teacher error, mechanical error, or not following district grading policy may allow an athlete to regain eligibility.All students are eligible during a school holiday of a full calendar week or more (Thanksgiving Break, Christmas Break, Spring Break).

  • Athletes Eligibility Rules Eligible to represent school in UIL activitiesFull time student- must attend school a minimum of 4 hours a dayMust not have graduated from high schoolRegular attendance before the sixth day of class or enrolled for 15 or more calendar daysRequired number of credits for first six weeks eligibiityFour year rule Was not recruited and did not change schools for athletic purposesNot in violation of awards ruleHas amateur statusResident of the member school attendance zone or continuously enrolled for at least the previous calendar year.Less than 19 years old before September 1

  • Attendance Zone EligibilityPlease speak to your Freshmen about the residence rule.A PAPF must be filled out for all Freshmen and new athletes who do not live in your attendance zone before they compete at the Varsity level. New athletes entering your school will need a PAPF if they have participated in another school even though they live in your attendance zone.DEC approval must be received before an athlete can participate at the Varsity level. New PAPF form (Revised 6-12-12) must be used.

  • 8 hour rule (outside school day)Practice Regulations Maximum length of any single practice session is 3 hoursWhen more than one practice is held, there shall be at least one hour of rest in between. (Different rule for football rest should be at least two hours).Athletes shall not engage in more than 5 hours of practice a day.Sunday prohibition nothing is allowed on SundaysAthletic period 60 min per day (dressing out time included) / 300 minutes per week.Athlete may only participate in one contest during school week. School week begins at 12:01 AM the 1st day of instruction and ends after school on the last day of instruction, excluding holidays.Calendar week means 12:01 am on Sunday through midnight on Saturday.

    Practice & Game Restrictions

  • Practice TimeWhat counts: Actual practice, skill instruction, mandatory conditioningWhat doesnt count: Meetings, film study, water breaks, injury treatment, voluntary conditioning and weight trainingOne hour rest/recovery time: This time is exclusively for student rest for the next practice sessionPlease read rules regarding 4 day acclimatization period for football

  • Non-School ParticipationCoaches may not require athletes to participate in non-school activities (example: joining a club team)Coaches may not instruct non-school coaches in what offense or defense to useIt is a violation for the school coach to handle the money for a non-school team involving students in their attendance zoneAthletes may not help during a camp or club team activity.

  • Athletic Amateur RuleStudent athletes in grades 9-12 shall not: Accept any valuable consideration in reward for winning or placing in a contest (Achievement)May receive valuable consideration for participation when it is received by all participants (Participation)Accept valuable consideration for teaching or coaching except in swimmingAccept valuable consideration for allowing their name to be used for advertisement

  • Charitable Cause GuidelinesSchools may host a contest for a charitable cause under the following conditions;Contest may be held during any 1 week.Team members may be allowed to wear headbands/wristbands of non-school colors.No uniforms will be allowed that do not represent the school colors.Colored game balls will not be allowed for competition, but may be used for warm-up.Please inform opposing team and officials.

  • Team MealsWith campus administrative approval, athletes may receive meals from booster club, parents, fund raising account, etc.Team meals may be provided regardless of whether team is playing home or awayGoodie bags may be given to athletes as long as only food items are included

  • Sportsmanship As coaches we are responsible for the behavior of their athletes.Positive behavior is expected from our fans- paying to get into a game does not give them a right to be negative.A positive relationship between coaches and officials is always important. Any coach who is ejected for unsportsmanlike conduct, or a football coach who is given 2 or more 15-yard unsportsmanlike penalties during a contest, is required to appear before the State Executive Committee at the coaches expense. Schools must notify UIL within 3 school days if a coach has been ejected or received two 15 yard unsportsmanlike penalties. Campus Coordinator, Administration, and Athletic Director must be notified.

  • 2012-2013 Rule ChangesFootball: 1. During the 4 day acclimatization period schools are not allowed to have more than one practice per day.2. After the 4 day acclimatization periods, schools may not have more than one practice on consecutive days.3. Please read rule changes on UIL website. (especially on helmet issues)

    Cross Country: Increase girls cross country distance from 2 miles to 3.1 for conferences 4A and 5A,

    Golf: Increase the golf qualifiers from Regionals to State to 3 teams and 3 individuals.

    Soccer: Change the end of game tie-breaking procedure from 35-yard shootout to penalty kicks.

    Swimming/Diving: Remove requirement to submit entry forms to the regional and state meets 10 days prior.

  • Rule Changes (cont)Tennis: Allow the school coach to coach between points in tennis and team tennis.

    Track and Field:1. Add area meets to post-district competition.2. Remove restriction for coaches being allowed on field for regional and state meets. An area will be designated by meet administration.

    Rules become effective August 1, 2012.

  • HOUSE BILL 2038AN ACT RELATING TO PREVENTION, TREATMENT, AND OVERSITE OF CONCUSSIONS AFFECTING STUDENTS PARTICIPATING IN INTERSCHOLASTIC ACTIVITIES.CONCUSSION OVERSITE TEAM SHALL ESTABLISH A RETURN TO PLAY PROTICAL FOLLOWING THE FORCE OR IMPACT BELIEVED TO HAVE CAUSED A CONCUSSION.ANY ATHLETE SUSPECTED OF HAVING A CONCUSSION MUST BE IMMEDIATELY REMOVED FROM PLAY. WHEN IN DOUBT - SIT THEM OUT

  • Hazing:Hazing is any act that causes or is likely to cause bodily danger, physical harm, or personal degradting for the purposes of pledging, initiation into, holding office in, or maintaining membership in an organization.

  • Hazing ComponentsIt involves humiliating, degrading, emotionally and/or physical harmful activities.Behavior expected to join or maintain full status in a group.Hazing can occur regardless of a persons willingness to participate

  • Typical Arguments Asserted for Hazing Traditions /Rituals:Team building and character buildingCreate unity, loyalty, discipline, and team spiritReassure senior group members that newcomers value membership

  • Texas Education Code 37.152 Personal Hazing Offense(a) A person commits an offense if the person:Engages in hazing;Solicits, encourages, directs, aids, or attempts to aid another in engaging in hazing;Recklessly permits hazing to occur; orHas firsthand knowledge of the planning of a specific hazing incident involving a student in an educational institution, or has first hand knowledge that a specific hazing incident has occurred, and knowing fails to report that knowledge in writing to the dean of students of other appropriate official of the institution.(b) The offense of failing to report is a Class B misdemeanor.(c) Any other offense under this section that does not cause serious bodily injury to another is a Class B misdemeanor.(d) any other offense under this section that causes serious bodily injury to another is a Class A misdemeanor.(e) Any other offense under this section that causes death of another is a state jail felony.

  • Texas Education Code 37.153 Organization Hazing Offense(a) An organization commits an offense if the organization condones or encourages hazing or if an officer or any combination of members, pledges, or alumni of the organization commits or assists in the commission of hazing.(b) An offense under this section is a misdemeanor punishable by:

    A fine of not less than $5,000 no more than $10,000 orIf the court finds that the offense caused personal injury, property damage, or other loss, a fine of not less than $5000 not more than double the amount lost or expenses incurred because of the injury, damage, or loss.

  • Texas Education Code 37.154 Consent Not a DefenseIt is not a defense to prosecution of an offense under this subchapter that the person against whom the hazing was directed consented to or acquiesced in the hazing activity.

    Texas Education Code 37.156Offenses in Addition to Other Penal Provisions

    This subchapter does not affect or repeal any law of this state. This subchapter does not limit or affect the right of an educational institution to enforce its own penalties against hazing.

  • Coaches ResponsibilityAddress ItSupervise Put a STOP to it Report it

  • CONTACT INFORMATIONATHLETIC DIRECTOR

    PAULA GONZALEZ: (956)618-6089

    ATHLETIC DEPARTMENT PERSONNEL

    VANESSA CASTANEDA SECRETARY (956) 618-6089NORMA MANCHA BOOKKEEPER (956)618-6091OFFICE FAX: (956) 972-5840

    CAMPUS ATHLETIC COORDINATORS:

    MCHI: TONY HARRIS (956) 632-3150MEMORIAL: BILL LITTLETON (956) 632-5283NIKKI ROWE: PAUL REYES (956) 632-5147

  • THANK YOU!BEST OF LUCK! Have a Great Season and A Great Year!

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