Expectations

 

By the first season practice, you must:

·         Complete and return a Cross Country Handout Contract.

·         Complete Online Athletic Eligibility at “www.familyid.com/organizations/washington-high-school”.

·         Complete and return a Physical Form within the last 2 years.

·         Purchase an ASB Card within this school year.

·         Purchase Equipment.

 

You must participate in all of the season practices and compete in all of the meets.

·         Unless the trainer or a doctor excuses your involvement, you will be permanently removed from the team once you have not participated in 10 season practices or competed in 3 meets.

·         If being absent is unavoidable, then you must have a parent excuse you by calling, writing a note to, or sending a text message to Coach Culp or you can’t compete in the next meet.  If we have a home meet, then you must be a meet helper.  If we have an away meet, then you will not be allowed to travel with the team.

·         If you are unable to complete a workout, then you will be sent home and can’t compete in the next meet.  In addition, you must see the trainer before coming to practice the next day.

·         If you are injured, then you still must attend practices in order to receive rehab from the trainer.  In addition, you must be a helper at all home meets and away meets.

·         If you are failing 2 or more classes at grade checks, then you can’t compete until you are passing at least 5 classes.  However, you must still participate in season practices.  If we have a home meet, then you must be a meet helper.  If we have an away meet, then you will not be allowed to travel with the team.

·         If you are being disrespectful or don’t give full effort, then you will be sent home and can’t compete in the next meet.  If we have a home meet, then you must be a meet helper.  If we have an away meet, then you will not be allowed to travel with the team.

 

You must abide by all Washington High School, Franklin Pierce School District, and Washington Interscholastic Activities Association rules.  Failure to abide by these rules can result in being unable to participate in practices, being unable to compete in meets, and/or being permanently removed from the team.

·         Some examples include;

o   You must attend the entire period of all classes, unless you have a school-related field trip or you have a doctor/dentist appointment.

o   You must not participate in abusive, bullying, harassing, or hazing behavior.

o   You must not use alcohol, drugs, or tobacco.

o   You must not be present where alcohol, drugs, or tobacco are being used by others.