Spring Sports Parent/Athlete Meeting 2017 Monday, March 14, 2017 HHS Auditorium 7:00pm

Hudson High School Mission In a changing world, Hudson High School provides a safe and supportive environment in which each person is challenged to fulfill his or her academic, intellectual, creative and social potential. Guided by a commitment to ethical considerations, we engage in real world challenges while preparing students for higher level academics, workforce success, active citizenship and life-long learning.

Governing Bodies 1.



Midland-Wachusett League


Hudson School Committee


Hudson High School Administration


HHS Athletic Boosters Association

MIAA The Massachusetts Interscholastic Athletic Association 

Hudson High School is a good standing member of the MIAA. With membership, the principal and athletic department agree to abide by all rules and regulations of the MIAA. One of the primary functions of the MIAA is to sponsor and conduct post-season tournaments at the varsity level, leading to the determination of district and state champions. When our varsity teams qualify for and enter in such tournaments, we are subject to specific rules and regulations put in place by the MIAA.

Midland-Wachusett League Hudson High School is proud to be a member of the Midland-Wachusett Interscholastic League. The Mid-Wach League is governed by its own constitution and the MIAA. All sports with the exception of skiing and ice hockey are members of the Mid-Wach League.

Hudson School Committee Additional policies, regulations and rules are set by the Hudson School Committee and the principal. Under MIAA guidelines, local communities are allowed to set additional policies, rules, and/or regulations as long as they are not less restrictive than those stipulated by the MIAA.

Hudson High School Administration The Principal may suspend or remove a student from athletics for serious violations of school regulations. More detailed descriptions of rules can be found in the

Hudson High School Student-Parent Handbook. The Athletic Boosters Association provide support for all programs including, but not limited to, letters, pins and plaques for league championships.

Athletic Boosters Association THE PURPOSE  To assist and support the promotion of the athletic program and athletic activities at Hudson High School.  To encourage student, parental and community participation and attendance at all athletic contests and athletic activities involving Hudson High School.  To cultivate the ideals of sportsmanship both within the local community and with opponents.

What does Boosters DO? …or better yet, what DON’T they do? 

Provide letters and pins to every Varsity athlete

Provide unsung hero plaque for each varsity sport per season

Provide various trophies and awards throughout the year

Provide plaques to league, district and state championship teams

Provided Career Athletic Certificates for all Senior athletes

Annually award up to ten $500.00 scholarships to graduating seniors – 11 last year ($5,500)

Every program - one free meal (subs or pizza) after a game of your choice!

Admission for HHS students to attend one game for each of the winter teams

Past/Potential gifts to athletic department 

Renting indoor facilities/turf fields for spring teams and indoor tumbling facility for Cheerleading this fall, upgraded the school’s weight room this past summer, and purchased of a *new* golf cart for Athletics.

Where does the $$ come from?    

Membership Fees Membership Raffle Community Sponsors Concession Stand  

Need VOLUNTEERS Ideally would open the stand for ALL Varsity events

Sponsored Fundraisers:    

Lobster Shoot held at the VFW Pumpkin Fest: Boosters sell chowder and sausage sandwiches Dodge Ball Tournament held each November Golf Tournament in the spring

What can YOU do to help? 

Become a member. 

Membership forms are available outside now ONLINE

Memberships are tax deductible

$100 to the team with the highest percentage of Booster members!

Our goal is to have every family that has a child at Hudson High School to be a Booster Member 

Your child does not need to BE a student-athlete to be a member!!

JR Boosters – in its 3rd year!  VOLUNTEER ** VOLUNTEER ** VOLUNTEER 

Volunteer to help work at the concession stand or a fundraising event.

Attend the fundraiser events or support the concession stand  Promote the Booster Club; anyone can join!  Look for our newsletter with upcoming meetings…all are welcome  Questions: 

 

Contact a Board Member Email: [email protected]

Sports Offered – Spring Boys:










Unified Track*

Unified Track*

*Unified Track participants may not compete in any other spring sports.

HHS Athletic Department Athletic Fee Information & Guidelines The athletic fee is $125 per sport, and $250 for Ice Hockey with no maximum cap per family per school year.

MyPaymentsPlus An online service that provides you the convenience and information you need to manage your student’s account. This system speeds up the registration process for various programs, eliminates the need to send checks to school or worry about lost or forgotten money, and ensures that your child will be enrolled in all of the activities you intended. MyPaymentsPlus allows any family to:  Create a free, secure student account  Register your student for a sport – pay the applicable fee**  View all school-related fees and optional activities  Make a payment towards any student fees, or enroll in activities using a check, credit card, or debit card at www.MyPaymentsPlus.com

HHS Athletic Department Athletic Physicals

Physical Examination Form – MIAA Mandate: In order to be eligible to participate in Athletics, a student-athletes must provide a current physical at the start of each new school year (prior to their first sports season).

A physical is valid for 13 months to the date of the last exam provided. A student-athlete becomes immediately ineligible to participate if the physical expires any time during the season. Please write the sport(s) at the top and send a copy to [email protected] or fax to 978-567-6276 **If your physical is expiring during the season, you will be asked to provide a note stating the date of your next physical to ensure that it is within the 13 month guideline.

HHS Athletic Policies 

Handouts 

Athletes’ Attendance


After PX/Game pickups


Head Injuries and Concussion 

Both parents and student-athletes MUST complete Concussion in Sports certification – the free online course is available at (www.nfhslearn.com). This is an annual mandate.

http://www.cdc.gov/headsup/basics/index.html 

What is a concussion?

Concussion Signs and Symptoms

Return to Academics

Return to Sports/Activities

Protocol for Injury to a Student-Athlete  Athletic Department Communication Procedures 

Protocol for Injury to a Student-Athlete 

Injury must be related to their sport

Report injury immediately to Coach and/or Trainer

Trainer will fill out Student Accident Report

SAR Form is given to Mrs. Carter or AD Winders 

[email protected]

[email protected]

You will receive a Notification of Injury claim form

Follow claim instruction!

Exclusion and Limitations – Website: www.studentinsurance.com

Accident Form

Notification of Injury Claim Form

Trainer/Doctor 

Athletic Department’s full-time trainer is: Brittney Gentile -Office: 978-567-6250 x1132 -Email: [email protected]

Dr. Stephen Klinge -Orthopedic Assoc. of Marlborough

-Board Certified in Orthopedic Surgery -Specializes in Orthopedic Sports Medicine

Athletic Department Communication Procedures 

Open Door Policy

Student-athletes should self-advocate first

Meetings with Coach – includes the SA

Requested meetings with AD – includes SA and coach

Athletics Website 

AD Contact Information

Coaches’ Contact Information

All handouts/videos from tonight incl. PP

Boosters Contact Information / Website

Current sport season information; sports offered, meeting dates & deadlines, links for practice/game schedules etc.

Athletic Schedules For up-to-date athletic game schedules & postponements: Go to www.mwlma.org For Directions: Go to www.miaa.net 

Twitter: @HHSHawksAD

HHS Round Robin: www.hudson.k12.ma.us 

Under the Schools tab, choose Hudson High School and click on the Daily Round Robin link on the bottom of Hudson High School’s Home Page.

Both parents and students are encouraged to subscribe.

Good Luck to all participants of Hawks Nation!!!


GIRLS TENNIS SPORT-SPECIFIC MEETING Reminder: The Girls Tennis Sport-Specific meeting will NOT take place tonight. It has been re-scheduled for Wednesday March 15th at 6:30p in the teachers' dining room (near the gymnasium). *If you are unable to attend, Coach Weed will be available on Thursday March 16th during parent/teacher conferences or you may e-mail her at [email protected].


Baseball – Mini Theatre

Boys Tennis – F102

Boys Track – F103

Boys Lacrosse – Auditorium

Girls Lacrosse – F104

Girls Track – F101

Softball – G101

Unified Track – F105

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