ATHLETIC HANDBOOK – [approved July 29, 2005] - John Paul II HS

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ATHLETIC HANDBOOK – [approved July 29, 2005] - John Paul II HS

JPIIHS

Athletic Department

Handbook

Approved by: Adopted: 7/27/11

Mr. Thomas W. Poore, M. Ed

President, John Paul II HS

Signed:

Mr. Richard B. Gaffney

Athletic Director, John Paul II HS

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Table of Contents

Absences ……………………………………………………………………..11

Amateur Athletic Status……………………………………………………...12

Athletic Awards……….………………………………………………………11

Athletic Treatment Center Rules………. ………………………………….14-15

Banquets ……………………………………………………………………..13

Behavioral Expectations ……………………………………………………5

Beliefs ……………….………………………………………………………..4

Coaching Objectives ……..………………………………………………….3

Concussions …………………………………………………………………15-16

Consequences of Behavior Expectations Violations ……………………6

Criteria for Letter Jackets …………………………………………………..12

Drug/Alcohol Policy ………………………………………………………….6

Facilities ………………………………………………………………………13

Locker Rooms


Gym

Introduction …………………………………………………………………...3

Lost/Damaged/Stolen Items ………………………………………………..14

Medical Forms ……………………………………………………………….14

Mission Statement …………………………………………………………...3

Philosophy …………………………………………………………………….4

Procedures when a violation occurs ……………………………………….7

First Offense



Second Offense

Third Offense

TAPPS Membership …………………………………………………………3

TAPPS Rules/Reminders …………………………………………………...8-11

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ATHLETIC HANDBOOK – [approved July 29, 2005]

Mission Statement:

All JPIIHS student athletes will successfully address their emotional, physical, and

spiritual needs through an athletic program which develops an appreciation for integrity,

teamwork, respect and responsibility, self-discipline, competitiveness, work ethic, and

sportsmanship. With an unyielding commitment to excellence, John Paul II High School

Athletic Department will ultimately be developing student athletes for leadership in a

global society.

Introduction:

JPIIHS believes that athletics play a vital role in the educational experience of young

people. Athletics offer the opportunity for a variety of learning experiences. The total

development of the individual student athlete through spiritual formation, intellectual

growth, service to others, and building of community is greatly enhanced through a wellfocused

athletic department. Our athletic program will always strive to be a world class

organization built on solid fundamentals.

Texas Association of Private and Parochial Schools (TAPPS)

JPIIHS is a member in good standing of the Texas Association of Private and Parochial

Schools.

The purpose and goal of TAPPS is and shall be to organize, to stimulate, to encourage

and to promote the academic, athletic and fine arts programs in an effort to foster a

spirit of fair play, good fellowship, true sportsmanship and wholesome competition for

boys and girls. In order to achieve this goal, all athletes must compete with honor. As a

result, the TAPPS motto is – competition with honor.

Coaching Objectives:

To provide instruction required by student athletes to develop the skills and abilities to

excel in the sport assigned. Each coach will be responsible to the educational program

as a whole and to the growth of each student athlete.

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Beliefs:












All students can learn.

Learning is a life-long process.

A rigorous well-rounded athletic program is a cornerstone to a successful life.

Learning is enhanced by passionate coaches/leaders that pursue expertise in

their athletic arena and are highly valued by the entire community.

Coaching must include the ability to relate effectively amidst diverse cultures

within a global society.

Success occurs in environments where high standards of character and ethics

are expected.

The combination of academics and athletics can be a tremendous experience in

a young person’s life. A broad and sound athletic program available to all

students will provide invaluable experiences for the participants.

A sound and wholesome athletic program will contribute to and offer involvement

to all students as participants, support groups, or as spectators. It will serve the

community by providing entertainment and establishing a common ground of

interest, which will draw people together in support of the various sports and

activities.

It is important to see athletics as a part of the total educational program. It

should complement and contribute to the overall educational process.

Participating in the JPIIHS athletic program is considered a privilege and not

a right. Students who participate are accepting the responsibility of representing

the high standards of conduct and values for which John Paul II High School

stands. Failure to comply with those standards may result in losing the privilege

to participate.

The JPIIHS athletic program is an extension of the regular curricular program at

John Paul II High School. Therefore, the Student Code of Conduct applies at

events, contests, practices, and in transit just as it applies at school.

Philosophy of our Athletic Program:

JPIIHS Athletics is designed to effectively meet the needs of its student athletes.

Competition and cooperation have long been prized by our American culture, when

fostered by well conducted and competently directed athletic programs. Intensive, wellbalanced

programs of interscholastic sports are offered to all JPIIHS students.

Interscholastic athletics for the physically gifted represents an area of great potential for

the pursuit of excellence.

It is therefore, the goal of the athletic department to offer this opportunity of participation

to every student who has the ability or desire to do so. Athletics is not a not

requirement for graduation. Participation in athletics is a privilege, not a right.

Since it is a privilege, the coach has the authority to revoke the privilege when

necessary.

Each athletic program will clearly identify their expectations in an individual sports

handbook, approved by the athletic director.

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Athletes Behavioral Expectations:

Being a JPIIHS student athlete is a privilege, one that along with being a great honor,

carries with it responsibilities. The following are expected of a John Paul II student

athlete:

1. Will be intense competitors on the field or court, but are expected to conduct

themselves as solid Christian role models at all times.

2. Are to display positive leadership at all times on our campus and in the

community.

3. Are to strive for the highest moral and spiritual values.

4. Will represent themselves and their teams in a manner that reflects the John

Paul II values and ideals when traveling to compete against other schools.

5. Will recognize that they must demonstrate intellectual competence, and fulfill all

other areas of the JPIIHS profile, as a pre-requisite to athletic competition.

6. Will be held accountable for all the Behavioral Guidelines in Section 12 of the

JPIIHS Student handbook.

JPIIHS student athletes have an image to reflect: one of positive Christian leadership,

outstanding character, respectful and responsible people, excellent role model,

competitive spirit, and integrity. All rules and expectations are to be distributed in

writing by the head coaches with prior approval by the Athletic Director.

It is imperative that all student athletes understand all responsibilities and rules. All

student athletes must also obey the rules and responsibilities given to them by his/her

coach in a particular sport. The coaches of each sport/program and/or athletic director

have the right to discipline and/or remove the student athlete from the program.

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Consequences of Violations of the Athletes Behavioral Expectations

A student athlete’s choice to disregard a school policy or code of conduct reflects on the

athlete, the team and the JPIIHS athletic department. Thus, student athletes will be

subject to disciplinary sanctions by the JPIIHS athletic department.

Violation

Consequences Disciplinary Action

Athletic Consequences

Type 1 After School Detention Left to the individual coach

Type 2 Saturday School Left to the individual coach

Type 3

Type 4

1 Day Suspension

Multi Day

Suspension/Disciplinary

Probation

10% of your season. Meeting with

athletic director, head coach, athlete and

parent (guardian) to implement discipline

10% of your season for each suspension

issued and a required meeting with

athletic director, head coach, athlete and

parent (guardian)

Type 5 Dismissal from School Dismissal from athletic program

If re-admitted must have meeting.

Meeting determines if allowed back into

program.

Type 6 Drug/Alcohol Violations See below

Drug/Alcohol Policy

This policy includes but is not limited to the following areas:

The possession, use, or sale of alcohol, marijuana, or any illegal narcotic

substance, or any paraphernalia or equipment associated with the use of these

substances on school grounds at any time, or at off-campus events sponsored by

the school.

Under the influence of intoxicating beverages or illegal drugs (or what is

represented as “fake”) on the premises, school vehicles, school sponsored

functions or at an off-site school sponsored activity.

The abuse/misuse of any legal substance with the intent of altering behavior or

intoxication.

Engaging in any behavior/activity off campus which is in contradiction to stated

school policies and philosophies that leads to the detriment of the good name of

the school and the Diocese of Dallas – including but not limited to the following

examples:

a) Attending a party where alcohol or illegal drugs are present

b) Receiving an M.I.P or D.U.I. or other related citations

c) Arrested for alcohol or drug/drug paraphernalia related

activity

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Procedures

When a drug/alcohol violation is suspected, alleged or confirmed, the following

procedures will be followed:

A meeting will be held with the athletic director, head coach, athlete, and

parent/guardian.

If there is a question of guilt, an athletic department executive committee meeting

will be held to determine whether the student athlete is guilty or innocent.

The decision of the athletic department executive committee is final. There are

no appeals.

First Offense

The student athlete is suspended for 20 % of the scheduled games of the season. (Not

including tournaments).* If the suspension occurs during the playoffs, then the penalty is

20% of the playoff season. No additional disciplinary action may be taken by the head

coach. However, all other involvement in team activities will be left to his/her discretion.

If the suspension occurs during the season, the student athlete will be able to earn a

varsity letter. However, he/she will not be eligible to receive any recognition or awards

for that sport season. If the 20 % of the season cannot be fulfilled, it is effective into the

next sports season in which the athlete is participating. The student athlete must finish

that season in good standing.

Note: In order to remain in the JPIIHS Athletic Program, the student, with

parent(s)/legal guardian(s) must participate in a school-approved

Assessment/Counseling Plan at the expense of the parent or guardian. All

documentation will be sent (given) to the athletic director. Results of this program will

be evaluated by the JPIIHS Athletic Department and a decision made as to re-instate or

not re-instate the student athlete.

Second Offense

The student athlete is suspended for 50 % of the scheduled games of the season. (Not

including tournaments).* No additional disciplinary action may be taken by the head

coach. However, all other involvement in team activities will be left to his/her discretion.

If the suspension occurs during the season, the student athlete will be able to earn a

varsity letter. However, he/she will lose any recognition or awards for that sport season.

If the 50 % of the season cannot be fulfilled, it is effective into the next which he/she

may participate. The student athlete must finish that season in good standing.

Note: In order to remain in the JPIIHS Athletic Program, the student, with

parent(s)/legal guardian(s) must participate in a school-approved

Assessment/Counseling Plan at the expense of the parent or guardian. All

documentation will be sent (given) to the athletic director. Results of this program will

be evaluated by the JPIIHS Athletic Department and a decision made as to re-instate or

not re-instate the student athlete.

Third Offense

The student athlete is ineligible for further participation in the JPIIHS Athletic Program

for the remainder of his/her high school career.

* An athletic season begins with the first scheduled game of the season and ends with

the final game of the scheduled season. (Tournaments are not included).

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TAPPS Important Rules and Reminders

Prohibited Activities during Athletic Events

1. Live animal mascots, cannons, firearms, fireworks, etc. are prohibited at TAPPS

athletic contests.

2. No dogs or other animals are allowed at TAPPS contests.

3. Except in their normal course of business, emergency vehicles shall not flash lights or

sound sirens during the course of a game.

4. Noisemakers are prohibited at TAPPS events held at field houses and/ or

gymnasiums.

5. In events held in field houses/gyms, megaphones may be used only by cheerleaders,

in uniform. Megaphones must not be used to strike walls or playing surfaces.

6. Bands, when permitted, shall play only during time-outs and intermissions. Individual

instruments may not be used as noisemakers.

7. No sound systems, other than the one(s) provided by the host school are allowed at

TAPPS Secured sites or at neutral sites unless mutually agreed

8. Body paint and like decoration shall not be permitted by players or spectators.

(Exception: Small markings as sold by cheer or other school organization on the cheek

are permitted) This rule applies to all games held at neutral sites. If a TAPPS school is

not going to permit this activity at their facility, the opponent should be notified in

advance of the contest.

9. Air horns and bullhorns, handheld or otherwise, are not permitted at any TAPPS

contest.

10. The use of, or appearance of using, any controlled substance (alcohol, drugs, etc.)

before, during or after games at contest sites is prohibited by TAPPS.

11. Streamers, confetti or other such materials.

Removal from Contest

1. Conditions requiring the removal from a contest shall be determined by the governing

organization for each sport as specified in the TAPPS By-Laws and outlined in the

published rules for that sport.

2. Any coach ejected from a contest, or football coach receiving three or more 15 yard

unsportsmanlike penalties during a contest, must

a. File a report with the TAPPS Office on the form located on the TAPPS Website

b. File the form is due the following school day.

c. Both TAPPS schools involved in the contest must report any ejection

occurring in the contest.

d. Fines for an ejection not reported to the TAPPS office by the deadline will

be doubled.

e. Schools who fail to report an ejection are subject to further sanctions.

3. Coach who has documented SCOPE Training shall receive a

a. Private Reprimand

b. Suspension from the next scheduled contest (single game or tournament

game) as shown on the schedule submitted prior to the season to the TAPPS

Office.

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c. Coach must complete the NFHS Teaching and Modeling Behavior or

similar course prior to the next scheduled contest as shown on the

schedule submitted prior to the season to the TAPPS Office.

d. The second and any subsequent ejections are subject to review by the

Athletic Executive Committee for further sanctions.

i. Minimum Penalty to include 2 game suspension

4. Coach who has no documented SCOPE Training shall receive a

a. Public Reprimand – Coach

b. Public Reprimand – Athletic Director

c. Suspension from the next scheduled contest (single game or tournament

game) as shown on the schedule submitted prior to the season to the TAPPS

Office.

d. Coach must complete the NFHS Teaching and Modeling Behavior or similar

course prior to the next scheduled contest as shown on the schedule submitted

prior to the season to the TAPPS Office.

e. The second and any subsequent ejections are subject to review by the Athletic

Executive Committee for further sanctions.

i. Minimum Penalty to include 2 game suspension

5. Any student ejected from a contest

a) Shall be suspended from the next scheduled contest (single game or

tournament game) as shown on the schedule submitted prior to the season to

the TAPPS Office.

b) The Ejection report is due the following school day

c) The second and any subsequent ejections are subject to review by the

Athletic Executive Committee for further sanctions. i. Minimum Penalty to

include 2 game suspension

6. In the event of an ejection, the School shall be responsible for the payment of a

fine as follows:

a) $50 for the first ejection, student or coach, in a sport.

b) The fee will increase by $50 for each subsequent ejection through the third

ejection in a sport.

c) If more than three ejections occur in a sport, the Athletic Executive

Committee will determine the amount of the fine

d) d. At least $150 if a player or coach is ejected from a playoff contest.

e) e. If three ejections, coaches and players combined, are received in a sport

during the season, the coaches and athletic director will be required to meet

with the TAPPS Office.

f) f. If five ejections, coaches and players combined, are received by a member

school during the school year, the athletic director and coaching staff of the

member school will be required to meet with the TAPPS Office.

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g) g. The FINE is due in the TAPPS office ten (10) days from the date of ejection.

Failure to submit the fine by this deadline will result in the fine being doubled

and all games occurring after the ten days being declared a forfeit. Once the

fine has been paid games will not be forfeited, however, any games which

were forfeited for nonpayment will not be reversed.

7. A coach or player deliberately coming into physical contact with, or

threatening to harm an official shall receive a minimum five (5) game

suspension.

8. If a player or coach is ejected in a playoff contest:

a. Play off contests after the district level of competition not scheduled by

TAPPS

i. Fine

1. School to be fined

2. $150

ii. Player/Coach Suspension

1. One (1) playoff game if first Ejection of the year

2. Minimum two (2) game suspension if not the first

suspension of the year.

3. If final contest of a season

a. Suspensions carry forward to the next year

b. Playoff Contests Scheduled by TAPPS

i. Regional Competition

1. Volleyball and Basketball

a. Fine

School to be Fined

$150

b. Player/Coach suspension

One (1) playoff game if first Ejection of the year.

Minimum two (2) game suspension if not the

first suspension of the year.

If final contest of a season

1. Suspensions carry forward to the next

year

ii. State Competition

1. All Sports

a. Fine

School to be Fined

$150

b. Player/Coach suspension

one (1) playoff game if first Ejection of the year.

Minimum two (2) game suspension if not

the first suspension of the year.

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If final contest of a season

1. Suspensions carry forward to the next

year

c. Awards

Players are not eligible for All Tournament

Team

9. If a student or coach is ejected from a regular season tournament, the

game suspension will be enforced the next game played by the team.

.

Absences

A student who is absent on the day of a game or an athletic event in which he/she is

scheduled to perform, will not be allowed to compete in that event. Doctor

appointments and school authorized activities do not constitute an absence from school.

A student is considered “absent” if he/she is not in class by 10:00 a.m. or if a student

misses more than one class. Any exceptions to the above stated policies concerning

absences and the subsequent athletic participation must be arranged through the

Athletic Director and Dean of Educational Operations.

Athletic Awards:

Athletic awards at John Paul II High School shall be presented on the basis of the

Texas Association of Private and Parochial Schools (T.A.P.P.S.) rules and the John

Paul II Athletic Department’s guidelines. Varsity lettermen shall receive one letter jacket

during their high school career at the same school for participation in TAPPS

interscholastic competition. This athletic award shall not exceed $80.00 in value. Each

year a student athlete may receive one additional award per extracurricular activity not

to exceed $15.00.

Note: A student athlete may receive the $15.00 award for an activity during the same

school year the $80.00 major award is given for that activity.

Varsity lettermen can receive multiple letters but only one letter jacket will be awarded

during their high school career.

Note: No cash awards may ever be given to any athlete.

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Amateur Athletic Status

An amateur participates in athletics for the aesthetic, physical, mental, and social

benefits derived there from. Therefore, the purpose of such participation is playing for

the intrinsic rewards rather than for valuable consideration. The amateur rule is a

safeguard against exploitation and commercialization of high school students. It poses a

responsibility on the student at all times (whether in school or outside school) to abide

by the letter and intent of amateurism. Schools are charged with the responsibility of

informing students of all applicable subsections of this rule and enforcing this rule.

Administrators and coaches must insure that athletes receive only services specifically

permitted by written rule. Any breach of the rule under minds the educational goals of

interscholastic athletics.

A. NOT AN AMATEUR. For purposes of competing in an athletic contest, a student in

grades 9-12 is not an amateur if that individual, within the preceding 12 months received

money or other valuable consideration for participating in a TAPPS sponsored school

sport or received valuable consideration for allowing his or her name to be used in promooting

a product, plan, or service related to a TAPPS contest or accepted money or

other valuable consideration from school booster club funds for any non-school

purpose.

B. EXCEPTIONS:

1. Seniors may sign a letter of intent or scholarship agreement which contains the

conditions of a scholarship with a post-secondary institution.

2. For purposes of competing in an athletic contest, the participant school, school

district or a student’s parent(s) may provide medical examination and services, athletic

insurance, transportation and other travel expenses incurred in competing away from

home, or supplies and services during and in connection with a game or practice period.

3. Participant schools may permit student athletes to attend contests by permit

admission through a pass gate.

C. STATUS REGAINED. If a student did not realize that accepting the valuable

consideration was a violation of the amateur rule, and returns the valuable consideration

within 30 days after being informed of the violation, that student may regain athletic

eligibility as of the date the valuable consideration is returned. If a student fails to return

it within 30 days, that student remains ineligible for one year from when he or she

accepted it. During the period of time a student is in possession of valuable

consideration, he or she is ineligible for all varsity athletic competition. Any games or

contests in which the student participated during that time may be forfeited as the

minimum penalty.

D. TEAM VIOLATION. If the team violates this section, the penalty shall be assessed

against the team and not against each individual.

Criteria for Letter Jackets

1. Requirements for lettering are specific to each sport.

2. An athlete must stay academically eligible throughout the season.

Note: All the above criteria should apply to any additional awards.

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Banquets

All banquets must be set at the beginning of each school year. Each sport should set

the banquet date within two (2) weeks of the conclusion of the TAPPS season.

Facilities:

Athletes who wear cleats or spikes must remove these items before entering any

building. All shoes must be clean before entering the building. Athletes are responsible

for keeping the facilities in order and they should report any damages or problems to

their respective coach or to the Athletic Director.

Locker Rooms:

1. Athletes must maintain proper conduct at all times.

2. The coach(s) will supervise the locker rooms at all times.

3. All athletes must use the school lock issued with their locker at all times.

4. All personal possessions etc. should be locked in the locker during

workouts or games.

5. All showers should be turned off after use.

6. Locker rooms are to be left clean and neat after workouts and games and

all lockers must be locked.

7. Do not “visit” the training room. Only injured athletes are allowed.

8. Place dirty towels in the proper place.

9. Do not enter the equipment room without a coach’s permission. Each athlete is

responsible for seeing that the equipment is in its proper place before leaving.

10. See individual sports handbook for additional expectations.

Gym

1. Food, drinks and gum are not allowed in the gym at any time.

2. Students are not allowed to wear dark or hard-soled shoes in the gym. At no

time will inappropriate shoes be allowed on the floor of the gymnasium.

3. No jump rope in the gym.

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Lost/Damaged/Stolen Items:

It is the responsibility of all athletes to reimburse the Athletic Department for any and all

items issued to them that are lost, damaged or stolen.

Athletes are encouraged to make sure that both personal and school issued

items are secure at all times. We regret anytime items are lost, damaged, or

stolen. It is the sole responsibility of the athlete to ensure the security of his/her

items.

Theft in any form will not be tolerated. Expulsion from the team and/or

withdrawal from school may result.

Failure by an athlete to return items or reimburse the school for items issued to

them may result in the holding of transcripts, grades, and class registration.

Medical Forms:

All athletes must turn in to the Athletic Trainer or Head Coach, an athletic physical

examination form from their doctor prior to the beginning of their competition each year.

All forms must be obtained from the John Paul II Athletic Department. John Paul II High

School attempts to help families complete this process by offering a physical

examination at the beginning of the school year. Please contact your coach for dates

and costs.

Athletic Treatment Center Rules:

1. No horseplay, loitering, inappropriate behavior, or disrespectful language will be

tolerated.

2. Report all injuries as soon as possible to the Head Athletic Trainer

3. No athletic equipment in the Training Room

4. No food or beverage allowed in the Training Room

5. All modalities treatments must be performed by the licensed Athletic Trainer on

staff. ( ice and heat packs are the only exceptions to this rule)

6. Please allow suitable time prior to school, practice, or games for treatments

7. Being in the Training Room is not an excuse for being late to or missing class

8. Please return all loaned equipment as soon as it is not needed

9. Showering is encouraged prior to treatment and proper attire is necessary and

expected at all times

10. Please do not remove or borrow towels of use any equipment without

permission

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Athletic Treatment Center/Training Room Hours of Operation:

These times may vary or change depending on practices and games.

The training room is open in the morning from 7:30 AM until 8:30 AM Monday through

Friday during normal school hours. Afternoons, weekends and holidays, the hours will

vary depending on practices and games. In season sports and practices will be given

priority over sports not in season. The training room is not a lounge, so attend to your

business and let others receive their help.

Reporting Injuries and or Illness:

In order for the Sports Medicine Staff to deliver the best care to our athletes, please

have the athletes and or coaches notify the Athletic Trainer of all injuries as soon as

possible. Failure to do so may result in a delay in assessing, treating and referring the

injury to a physician in a timely manner.

Coaches should encourage athletes to report any injuries or illness without any penalty.

Coaches should not allow a sick or injured athlete to practice or play without approval of

the Athletic Trainer, physician, parent or guardian. Athletes that have gone to a

physician and have a prescription with orders will be bound by those orders until

released by that physician.

Injury Referral:

The Athletic Training Staff will attempt to facilitate a physician referral; if it is determined

one is needed. We will provide a suggestion if the family does not have a current

relationship with a physician or group. If a referral is needed, we will utilize our team

orthopedic.

Head Injuries/Concussions:

A concussion is defined as a mild traumatic brain injury caused from a direct blow to the

head resulting in physiological changes in brain function.

Some of the signs and symptoms are:

Headache, nausea, dizziness, balance problems, feeling foggy, feeling slow, sensitivity

to light or noise, concentration or memory problems, irritability, loss of consciousness,

etc.

Any athlete deemed to have had any of these symptoms resulting from a blow to the

head, or head contacting the ground or hard surface needs to be evaluated by the

Athletic Trainer or physician prior to returning to practice or game.

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Post-concussion syndrome/Second impact syndrome:

Athletes that have experienced these symptoms are susceptible to symptoms that may

last for as long as two to three weeks. They need to be pain and symptom free and

cleared by a physician prior to returning to practice or competition. If the athlete returns

too soon then the slightest contact can trigger a second impact syndrome, which can be

more traumatic and more serious than the initial injury.

JOHN PAUL II HIGH SCHOOL ImPACT Test Instructions





Test must be taken with an external MOUSE, preferably on a desktop.

FREE FROM DISTRACTIONS (No TV, No CELL PHONES).

You cannot pass or fail this test – it’s an individualized measurement.

Testing time is about 45 minutes.

1) Go to the link: http://www.impacttestonline.com/benhogan

2) Click on “Launch Baseline Test”

3) Customer Code-p5grzdg8bk

4) Click on “English” or “Spanish”

5) Read the instructions: “Before you begin…” then click “next”.

6) Read: “The ImPACT testing process is made up of three ...…” then click “next”

7) Click the circle next to “supervised by parent/guardian”

8) In “School/Organization” box click on arrow and select “John Paul II High School”

9) Fill in your date of birth

10) Fill out the information in the “demographics” & “Signs/ Symptoms” section.

11) DIRECTIONS ARE LISTED AT THE BEGINNING OF EACH MODULE –

READCAREFULLY. INSTRUCTIONS ARE NOT TIMED, BUT MOST MODULES ARE.

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JPIIHS Athletic Department Handbook

STUDENT/PARENT ACKNOWLEDGEMENT

I have fully read and agree to comply to the terms of the John Paul II High School Athletic Department Handbook in order to be a

participant in the football program. I do understand that my participation in this program is a privilege and not a right.

____________________________________

Student Name (please print)

____________________________________

Student Signature

Date

_____________________

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Parent Name (please print)

____________________________________

Parent Signature

Date

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John Paul II High School 900 Coit Road Plano, TX 75075 972-867-0005

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