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Pack both uniforms (don’t forget your glove, cleats, etc..)
Have enough money for 3-4 meals. If you need more, bring more.
Bring a pillow for the bus ride if you need one.
We will leave at 1pm. Bring your luggage to Coach Kimball’s room in the morning.
Come to room 703 after school. (DO NOT ROAM THE HALLS AND GET JAMMED UP)
Bring your permission slip if you haven’t turned it in already.
I have uploaded a field trip form to be signed by all players and parents. I will also hard copies tonight. These must be turned in before your player can get on the bus.
The document Form_IFCB-3.docx was attached to this post.
Good morning. Thank you all for your continued support of our program and your athletes. As we continue to compete at the highest levels of high school softball, I think it is important to remember that win or lose we will be representing our school and community in every game. As a coach, I want our team’s performance and our athlete’s sportsmanship to speak for itself. Please review the Cobb County expectations for parents and sportsmanship.
I spoke with the team about keeping out composure no matter what the situation. I do not think that an umpire, good or bad, should affect our team and our performance. I preach adjust and overcome. Please help me in fostering the same attitude, as I believe it will give our girls the best opportunity to develop as players and people.
Parents and Sportsmanship
When your son/daughter enlisted in one of our interscholastic athletic activity programs, he/she has
committed to certain responsibilities and obligations. Likewise, we feel you have committed
yourselves to certain responsibilities and obligations. We would encourage you to join your school’s
Booster Club(s) to help provide the financial and volunteer support essential to your school’s
interscholastic athletic activities program, and we would like to take this opportunity to acquaint
you with expectations of parental involvement and sportsmanship.
1. Stress the values derived from playing the game fairly.
2. Show courtesy and respect to visiting teams, visiting parents/fans, and officials.
3. Respect the integrity and judgment of game officials and accept their decisions without
showing inappropriate emotions.
4. Do not confront coaches at the game – arrange another time to speak to them or the
5. Do not use profane language or gestures.
6. Help your child set realistic goals. The primary value of athletics is the opportunity for self development
allowing them to develop life-long values and self-esteem.
7. Remember an athletic contest is only a game – not a matter of life or death for a player,
coach, school official, fan, community, state or nation.
8. Parents and supporters understand that inappropriate behavior may result in criminal
trespass charges which would prevent them from coming back on campus to watch their
Let the players play
Let the coaches coach
Let the officials officiate
Let the fans cheer positively!
Since 10/12 is an early release day, the bus will now leave at 1:00pm. We will hit in the cage and have lunch before we leave for Kingsland. Let me know if you have any local businesses that may want to send us off with something good to eat.