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We believe student-athletes in the football program at Ramah Junior College Academy should exemplify the highest ideas of scholarship, sportsmanship and citizenship. Young men in this program will be expected to be courteous, respectful and responsible at all times.  In addition to the rules governing all Ramah Junior College Academy students, participants in the football program, will be governed by the following rules.

As a participant in Ramah Junior College Academy football program, I agree to the following code of conduct:

1. ACADEMIC ELIGIBILITY

Players must be eligible according to the minimum NCAA rules and the eligibility requirements mandated by the Ramah Junior College Academy . All players will attend mandatory scheduled study hall. Each player will complete a weekly progress report and turn it into the coaching staff. 

2. ACADEMIC RESPONSIBILITY

Players will respond to a coach’s request for improvement in academic courses. Player’s will seek and follow instructions and recommendations from teachers, counselors, administration, and district personnel. Failure to do so will be considered defiance of coach’s authority.

3. CLASS and SCHOOL ATTENDANCE

Players must attend a minimum of four classes in a school day to be eligible for a practice or a game. A missed game or practice will carry additional consequences, and will count as a missed practice in the players’ allowable missed practice total. Home of the RAMS

4. WORKOUT, PRACTICE, TEAM MEETING ATTENDANCE

Players must attend mandatory workouts, meetings, and activities on time. Players must fill out a leave of absence form with a minimum of a 2 day notice prior to the day or days they are going to miss. Players will be allotted 8 absences (excused and unexcused) for the entire football season. The football season is defined as the time span that includes the first day of summer practice.

Players must notify Coach Rawlinson or your position coach prior to any missed practices for any reason. Players who do not notify Coach Rawlinson or your position coach prior to missing practice will have consequences upon their return. Failure to notify Coach Rawlinson or your position coach prior to an absence will be regarded as a “No Show”. Players will have a maximum of two “No Shows”. ”. A player and Head Coach meeting will follow the first “No Show”.  A player, Head Coach, and Parent meeting will follow the second “No Show”. A Player will be dismissed from the team following the third “No show” after a meeting with player, Head Coach, parent, and

 

Consequences for late or missed fall practices:

Late is defined as 30 minutes or less late to practice:

Late to practice will result in one opportunity for the first offense.

Second late practice in a week will result in 2 Consequences and sitting out 1 quarter of next game.

3rd late practice in a week will result in

4 Consequences and sitting out 1st half of next game.

30 minutes or more late to a practice will be counted as a missed practice.

1 Excused absence in a week: 1 Consequence with position coach.

1 Unexcused absence in a week: 2 Consequences with position coach, and must sit out 1st quarter of next game.

2 Excused absences in a week: 2 Consequences with position coach, and must sit out a 2 quarters of next game.

2 Unexcused absences in a week: 4 Consequences with position coach, and cannot dress for next game.

3 Excused absences in a week: 3 Consequences with position coach, and cannot dress for next game.

3 Unexcused absences in a week: 6 Consequences with position coach, 1 week suspension from participation.

4 Excused absences in a week: 4 Consequences with position coach, cannot dress for next game.

4 Unexcused absences in a week: 8 Consequences with position coach, 2 week suspension from participation, and must have administrative hearing on eligibility of athletic participation.

 

Players cannot donate blood on practice or game day.

5. BEHAVIOR

(A) Unless otherwise indicated, infractions of rules in this section will result in an immediate action consisting of, but not limited to:

1) Immediate apology

2) Consequence

3) Team Suspension

4) Team expulsion

5) Ramah Junior College Academy Administrative action

(B) Players will be respectful to all students, school employees, officials, parents, teachers, and other students.

(C)Players will be respectful to coaches, and will refer to coaches as “Sir” or “Coach”.

(D) Players will be On Time to all football team functions.  RAMS time is 10 minutes prior to the start of a scheduled event.

(E) Players will maintain composure during practice and games. They will not argue with or demean officials, opposing coaches, or players.

(F) Players will not curse or swear.

(G) Players will refrain from horseplay or rough housing

(H) Players will not litter in locker room or on campus.

(I)Players will not allow non-team members in the Team Room.

(J)Players will be responsible in completing all paperwork, such as physicals, clearances, and equipment checkout etc.

(K) Players will be honest. Players who cheat or lie will be punished and/or dismissed.

(L)Players will treat school property with care. Vandalism will be punished and could result in a monetary fine or prosecution by the school

(M) Players will not steal. Anyone found stealing from the locker room or a teammate will be dismissed without a second chance.

6. CARE AND USE OF EQUIPMENT AND UNIFORMS

(A) Players will dress properly for workouts, practices and games. No player will modify or alter issued equipment, or wear any equipment not issued by the school WITHOUT coach’s permission.

(B) No cut off jerseys. Also do not alter sleeves or hem jersey in any way.

(C) Practice Uniforms are taken home every Thursday after practice and cleaned.

(D) Approved protective gear only.

(E) Mouthpieces must be worn and molded properly.

(F) Member of the coaching staff must fit helmets and Shoulder Pads.

(G) Full uniform for practice and game including all pads must be worn.

(H) No white tape on uniforms.

(I) No jewelry or watches (religious medals must be taped down)

(J) Team approved socks for games.

(K) Team Approved Color shoes (cleaned for games)

(L) Any player not in uniform will be given Consequence.

(M) You are responsible for each piece of equipment you check out.

(N) Document all ID nos. so lost/misplaced gear can be returned to proper owner.

(O) All equipment will be turned in on time. Or within 2 days of last attended practice/game.  It is your responsibility to turn in your equipment. Not ours to collect it from you.

(P) Any athlete who has not turned in equipment or owes money will not be allowed to participate in the awards banquet and will be issued a debt/fine card by the finance office.  You will not be issued any other athletic gear for any sport until the equipment is returned or is paid for.

7. INJURIES

(A) All trainers/ student trainers are members of the coaching staff.

(B)Players will inform coach/trainer immediately upon sustaining any injury.

(C) Trainer will provide head coach a daily participation/limitation list for each player receiving any type of treatment.

(D) Players will participate according to prescribed limitations

(E) Injured players will report every day to trainer until finished with treatment.

(F)Players will report to trainer after games for evaluation and/or referral to SPORT CLINIC on Saturday for treatment.

(G) Players must be cleared medical personal that treated/diagnosed injury.  Please use judgment when seeing your personal physicians.

(H) There will be no loitering or horseplay in the training room.

8. TRAVEL

(A)Players are expected to travel to and from games with the team unless excused by his coach to exceptional circumstances and with prior meeting with player’s parents.

(B)Players represent BHS while traveling –show class.

(C)There will be no talking on the bus while going to a game.

(D) Music/Headphones must be at a level to not distract anyone else around you.

(E) Players will ride appropriate busses as determined by position/level.

(F) Cleats will not be worn on BUSD Busses.

(G) Make sure you keep track of your personal belongings and keep busses clean.

9. EARLY TERMINATION

(A) No player may quit the team without talking it over with head coach.

(B)No one will be excused from participation in football without the express permission of the head coach.

(C) If you decide to quit the team you are responsible for turning in all of your equipment.

(D)No player will participate in any other sport during the football season.

(E) IF A PLAYER DISMISSED FROM THE TEAM NO ATHELETHIC FEE WILL BE REFUNDED!!!!!

10. TOBACCO, ALCOHOL, DRUGS

(A) Players will not use alcohol at any time.

(B)Players will not use drugs or possess drug paraphernalia.

(C) The use of drugs includes recreational, steroids, performance enhancing substances, or illegal drugs or narcotics.

(D) The Ramah JUCO Academy Football Program have a ZERO TOLERANCE POLICY in regards to these substances.  There are no second chances.  This is your warning. 

(E) Players who are reported to the coaches, as alcohol or drug users will be given the opportunity to seek help.

(F) Players who use alcohol or drugs during the season will be suspended or dismissed from the team.

(G) All Ramah Junior College Academy Football Team Members will agree in writing to submit to random drug.

11. COURTESY/INSUBORDINATION/DEFIANCE

Players will follow all directions and direct commands of those in authority.

12.  HAZING

Any player involved with any form of initiation or hazing, or exhibitions of public ridicule will be dealt with in accordance to school and legal guidelines.  HAZING IS AGAINST THE LAW.  It will not be tolerated.  New members to the program will be welcomed as BRONCOS and treated with respect deserved to a Ramah Junior College Academy Football Player. 

13.  CAVEAT

The head coach has the authority to rule and apply consequences for any other items regarding player conduct not covered in this Players Code of Conduct as long as it is fair and consistent with the established guidelines covered in this contract.

Ramah Junior College Academy PLEDGE

1.I WILL study and complete my assignments and make every effort to earn a better than average academic grade.

2. I WILL strive to be as positive and enthusiastic at all times.

3. I WILL be loyal to my teammates, the coaches, and to my school at all times.

4.  I WILL abide by the training rules; because of my desire to realize my 100% potential.

5. I WILL attend all practice sessions and meetings. Conflicts will be arranged in advance.

6. I WILL be punctual to all meetings and practices, and at school for all classes.

7. I WILL put forth 100% effort at all times.

8. I WILL limit my social life in the belief that if I make certain sacrifices and commitments for athletics.

9. I WILL use clean language to show respect to my parents, school, and opponents.

10. I WILL respect my teammates, their strengths and weaknesses. The team will come first.

11. I WILL respect my equipment as if it were my own. I will pay for all issued items not returned.

I ACKNOWLEDGE THAT I HAVE READ THIS CODE OF CONDUCT AND AGREE TO

COMPLY WITH ALL THE RULES AND REQUIREMENTS FOR PARTICIPATION ON THE

FOOTBALL TEAM.

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THE HEAD COACH HAS EXPLAINED, AND REVIEWED THE RULES & REQUIREMENTS,

AND I FULLY UNDERSTAND MY RESPONSIBILITY TO MYSELF AND THE TEAM.

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