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Policy code: 6145
• A student’s record for code violations goes into effect immediately upon signing this athletic code, no matter the grade
level or age of the athlete and stays with them through high school.
• Parents and athletes need to look over the policies and rules for athletics within the school district and those of the
WIAA before you return the signature sheet on the last page
• Parents and athletes need to look over the chain of command on the back of this front page.
Issues regarding practices, team issues, individual issues, playing time must follow this chain of command steps
if problems are
to be resolved in a timely manner.
1. Coaches must be made aware of any/all sports related issues first
and allowed to handle/address them.
2. Contact the Athletic Director (Ron Kucko at ext. 217) after the issue(s) was brought to the coach’s attentions first and only if
the issue was not resolved or finalized. Mr. Kucko will not address issues until the coach is allowed to address it first.
3. Contact the Principal (Robert Sailer at ext. 214) after steps one and two were taken and the problem was still not
Clothes, Purchases, & Fundraising Questions.
Items the athlete/parent(s) are responsible for:
Any items like socks, gloves, baseball hat (if not same design from year before), shoes/cleats, etc…and any extra item an athlete wants and is allowed to use by the coach, administration, or WIAA at their own cost.
Athletes are also financially responsible for the upkeep and safe return of all district uniforms/items received during their playing season.
All team t-shirts, non-district uniform/clothing, fundraising, and any coach/team want are NOT, repeat NOT
An athlete’s playing time or ability to participate in a sport is not based upon fundraising or extra clothing. Coaches and athletes are to focus on their team, their sport, good sportsmanship, and having fun.
Policy Code: 6370, section #1, sub-section C
Weather permitting, students who live in Steuben and participate in extracurricular competition against Seneca, Kickapoo, La Farge, De Soto or North Crawford may have a drop off point in Steuben if a written note from the student’s parent/guardian is given to the advisor, coach, or athletic director before the first game of each sport. If weather is of any concern, the decision to transport these students to Wauzeka is at the bus driver’s discretion.
All open enrolled students and their parents must be aware of all WIAA rules and regulations on eligibility or ineligibility. This athletic code includes the rules and regulations warranted by the WIAA for participation. If you have any questions, you may call:
WAUZEKA – STEUBEN SCHOOL DISTRICT
ATHLETIC CODE OF CONDUCT
Philosophy of Athletics
Athletics will help students develop skills which will be used throughout their life. These skills include goal setting, self-discipline,
time management, team work, and leadership.
The administration and coaches expect more from those students who represent our school as participants in any athletic activities. The statements in the code are not arbitrary. All parts of the code will be enforced to the letter.
Always keep in mind that participation in any activity is a privilege, not a right. In order to retain that privilege, you, as a participant, must abide by these rules and regulations.
Conduct of participants is expected to be beyond reproach. You are expected to set an example for the rest of the student body.
This code is in effect for 12 months per year and covers all athletes, managers, & statisticians.
The student must be considered a full time student and must pass (D- or above) all courses in which he/she is enrolled.
Part 1: One (1) F Grade during the most recent quarterly grading period: The student will be declared ineligible for a minimum of
twenty (20) calendar days. During the period of ineligibility, a student must attend all practices and games with the team. After the
twenty (20) calendar days, eligibility reinstatement requires that the student be passing ALL classes for which he/she is enrolled. If
after twenty (20) calendar days the student is not passing, the period of ineligibility will be continued until passing grades are attained.
Part 2: Two (2) or more F Grades during the most recent quarterly grading period: The student will be declared ineligible for a
minimum of forty (40) calendar days. During the period of ineligibility, the student must attend all practices and games with the team.
The procedure for becoming eligible will be the same as outlined in Part 1.
If a student is academically ineligible for a fall sport which begins before school starts, practice days will count toward the number of
days of the ineligibility period until school begins. The student has to miss at least one contest in this scenario.
Incompletes shall be considered an "F" and the student will be academically ineligible for the above-mentioned time (20 calendar
days). The student has two weeks to turn the incomplete into a passing grade. If after the two-week period the grade is still an
"incomplete," the grade will be considered an "F".
The academic ineligibility period will begin when all grades are verified through the athletic director. This may not be the same day
the quarter ends and is subject to change due to absence of teacher.
Summer school remediation is for academic progress only. Students who receive failing grades will be required to serve the full
ineligibility term. Per Board Policy 3510 Co-Curricular Code of Conduct, summer school remediation will not reduce the length of
All code violations will carry from year to year, season to season until the violation is served. The violations are cumulative and stay
with the student throughout his/her athletic career. A student’s record for code violations goes into effect immediately upon signing
this athletic code, no matter the grade level or age of the athlete and stays with them through high school.
Code violations, other than academic eligibility must be reported to the AD or school administration. Signed, written statements can
be taken from any adult who is not a student of the Wauzeka-Steuben School District. In addition, statements can be obtained by
interviews by the AD, school administration, Principal, or law enforcement. Investigations will be conducted and outcomes
determined by the AD and/or Principal. All code violations must be reported within 30 calendar days of the event.
Conduct Violations: Conduct unbecoming of a participant may include, but not be limited to 1 or more of the following:
Flagrant misbehavior in the classroom
Fighting, Violence, Aggression or Threatening Behavior to Others
Vandalism, Theft, Disorderly Conduct, Sexual Harassment, Flagrant Disrespect of school personnel in or out of school, and/or any
other unacceptable conduct either in or out of school decided upon by the administration.
*Athletes and parents please read #1 under philosophy of athletes. Athletes: do not put yourself in situations or surroundings where
the code or its expectations can or could be questioned by your coaches or administrators. Penalties:
one-fifth of total scheduled season: With the offender attending all practices and games.
one-third of total scheduled season: With the offender attending all practices and games.
one total sports scheduled season. (If at the time of the offense the athlete is already involved in a sport, the penalty will be prorated into the next sport season they choose to participate in.)
The athlete will be suspended for one calendar year. The student may not practice or attend games with the team. Alcohol, Tobacco, & Other Drug Violations: Use or possession of alcohol, tobacco, street drugs, performance enhancement supplements (PES) according to the current WIAA listing, and/or other drugs is prohibited ALL year round. Therefore the following penalties will be enforced:
The participant will be suspended for 1/3 of the total season. During the suspension, the student must attend all practices and games.
The participant will be suspended for 2/3 of the total season. During which the student must attend all practices and games. (For suspension for the 1st and 2nd Offenses, if the student misses a practice or game, which is deemed unexcused, the suspension will have 1 more day added to it)
The student will be suspended for one calendar year. The student may not practice or attend games with the team.
The student will be suspended for all activities for the rest of their career in high school.
: The following is an example of the number of contests that an individual would miss if suspended under Alcohol,
Tobacco, and Other Drugs section: First Offense
: Suspended for 1/3 of the season
Second Offense: Suspended for 2/3 of the season
All suspensions covered in the alcohol, tobacco, and other drug violations begin the day the student is notified by the athletic director
and not the day the letter is sent home. Days between the end of one sport season and the beginning of another sport season will not
be counted toward the suspension. Attendance Policies:
Students who have an unexcused absence, either for a full or part day, according to the district’s Attendance and Truancy Policy 5113, will be ineligible to participate in a contest or practice on that specific day or attend any events.
Students who are late for or miss school after an evening competition for reasons other than an excused absence will not be allowed to participate in the next event.
If a student is ill and because of the illness misses any part of the school day, the student will not be allowed to attend practice or participate in competition that day.
A student and his/her parents have a right to the appeal process procedures when appealing decisions relating to eligibility regarding
sports. If you believe an error has been made in the ineligibility decision, the athlete must first contact the athletic director or principal
as soon as possible, but no later than 48 hours after the initial decision. The athletic director will convene the Athletic Board as soon
as possible to review the decision and to hear the actual appeal. A decision on the appeal will be issued as soon as possible but not
more than 24 hours after the appeal. A majority of the Athletic Board members must be present in order to take action. The members
of the Athletic Board will include the following: High School Principal, Athletic Director(s), All Head Coaches: Except the coach
whose athlete is involved will be excluded.
Appeal of the Athletic Board's decision to the Board of Education is also possible within 10 days after the decision of the Athletic
Board provided there is new evidence not previously presented. During the appeals process, the athlete will remain ineligible. Equipment:
One of the values of extracurricular activities is to teach responsibility and this should apply to the care of all equipment and school
facilities. The school attempts to provide the best in safety equipment. We expect you to care for the equipment that is loaned to you
as if it were your own. You are expected to return the original equipment issued at the close of the season. You will be held
financially responsible for any equipment issued to you that is lost, misplaced, or stolen. Detention/Suspension:
If placed on detention the student is required to fulfill the detention obligation before his activity obligation. After serving the
detention the student may report to his scheduled activity. If the student is serving an in-school or other suspension for the day, he
will not be allowed to attend the scheduled activity, whether it is practice or an actual game. Each individual coach can enforce his or
her own team's rules once the athlete returns to practice.
In the Wauzeka-Steuben School District, for any student to be eligible for recognition, the season must be completed in good standing.
This means that the athlete must finish the sports season started unless there are extenuating circumstances. Also, the athlete cannot
have any violation of the following: alcohol, drugs, tobacco, or academic ineligibility. It is the responsibility of the individual coach
to determine what member of their team will letter. It is expected that the coaches will inform their squad before the first contest as to
what the requirements will be to earn a letter.
If a student is not honest during an investigation, that in and of itself provides for an additional penalty and may move the student to
the next level of discipline for their untruthfulness.
A student who demonstrates a high degree of personal integrity by self-reporting his/her violations of a major rule will receive a 50%
reduction in the penalty assigned. Calculations for this penalty reduction will be subjected to a standard upward or downward
rounding to the nearest whole. The self-reporting must be to a school official (Principal, Coach, Athletic Director(s), etc.) by 9:00
a.m. of the first school business day following the violation. The self-reporting clause may only be used once in junior high and once
in high school.
All students at the school are subject to taking a breathalyzer test if there is a reasonable suspicion of use. If a student refuses to
cooperate, they will be considered guilty of alcohol use.
The Sheriff’s Dept. can give breathalyzer tests without parental consent.
Felony/Criminal Act Clause:
Any student convicted of a felony with an authorized penalty of incarceration under the laws of the State of Wisconsin shall be
rendered permanently ineligible from participation in all athletic events.
The athlete can ask for consideration of reinstatement after one full calendar year of ineligibility.
Nothing in this document shall be deemed as to eliminate a coach from establishing additional rules concerning student conduct
during the season. Any rules established by the coach must be in writing and handed out to the student and their parents/guardians and
administration, signed and returned, prior to the established starting date for the earliest competition in that season. Student
cooperation, which conforms to any rules designed by the coach, is required to maintain eligibility in that specific activity. These
rules must also be in concordance with the athletic code and all other district policies. Date Adopted: 7/19/1999
Date Revised: 7/18/2005
Date Revised: 6/19/2006
WISCONSIN INTERSCHOLASTIC ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION
High School Athletic Eligibility Information Bulletin
From: Wisconsin Interscholastic Athletic Association and The School District of Wauzeka-Steuben
Your high school is a member of the Wisconsin Interscholastic Athletic Association. The following rules and regulations are developed by the member schools of the WIAA and govern the participation by boys and girls in school athletics and in some instances, impact upon sports activities outside the school.
This information bulletin is a summary
of the WIAA OFFICIAL HANDBOOK as it pertains to those rules and regulations. Both
student-athletes and their parents should have an understanding of these requirements. Equally important is that student-athletes and/or
parents talk to their principal or athletic director if they have any question about these regulations. For additional information on Rules
of Eligibility see the WIAA Handbook, or visit the WIAA website at www.wiaawi.org.
This bulletin does not discuss specific penalties for all violations. The reason is that penalties vary depending upon the nature of the violation. In addition, schools often have established penalties or periods of ineligibility which are greater than the minimum prescribed by WIAA rules.
There also are exceptions and other permissive provisions in some rules. Student-athletes and their parents should discuss all athletic eligibility related situations with the school principal or athletic director who, if necessary, will get a decision, interpretation, or opinion from the WIAA office.
Student-athletes, as well as parents are asked to read this bulletin, then sign it and have their signature statement (attached)
on file at their school prior to practicing and competing.
A student shall be ineligible for interscholastic competition if he/she reaches his/her 19th birthday before August 1 of any given school year.
A student-athlete must meet school and DPI requirements defining a full-time student and have received no more than one failing grade (including incompletes) in the most recent school issued grade reporting period. Note: Some member schools adopt code and academic policies and other participation requirements which are more stringent than WIAA minimum requirements. In those instances the schools requirements prevail and must be applied as written.
A student-athlete is eligible for interscholastic competition at a member school if he/she is carried on the attendance rolls as a duly enrolled full-time Grade 9, 10, 11 or 12 student in that member school. (Subject to satisfying all other eligibility requirements.)
Note: A full-time student is further defined as one where the member school is responsible for programming 100% of the student's school day. The student is eligible for like or similar awards, privileges and services as all the other students and meets all obligations and responsibilities as other students, without exception. A. A student must complete eligibility in the four consecutive years starting with Grade 9 and the three consecutive years starting
with Grade 10, unless there are documented extenuating circumstances and a waiver has been provided.
B. A student is ineligible if he/she has graduated from a school offering studies through Grade 12 or its equivalent. C. A student who graduated in May or June retains eligibility for (a) any portion of a spring athletic schedule not completed by the
end of the academic year and (b) the school’s summer athletic schedule.
D. A student is ineligible if he/she has not been enrolled in some school by the 17th day of a semester or trimester, except upon
request of a school in special cases involving sickness, accident, military service, social services assignment, e.g.
E. A student-athlete may not participate in school sports in more than four different years, and a student-athlete may not participate
in the same sport more than one season each school year.
DETERMINING RESIDENCE FOR PUBLIC SCHOOL STUDENTS
A full-time student, whether an adult or not, is eligible for varsity interscholastic competition only at the school within whose attendance boundaries his/her parents reside, within a given school district, with these additional provisions: A. Board of Education approved full-time student(s), paying their own tuition and residing full time with parents in their primary
residence shall be afforded eligibility. Transfer students are subject to provisions outlined in the transfers section of this document and in the Senior High Handbook.
B. The residence of a student’s guardians shall determine eligibility in cases where both parents of a student are deceased. The
execution of guardianship papers in situations where one or both parents are living does not by itself make a student eligible.
C. In the event of a divorce or legal separation, whether pending or final, a student’s residence at the beginning of the school year
shall determine eligibility, except in situations involving transfer after the fourth consecutive semester following entry into grade 9. For the purpose of this rule, attendance at one day of school and/or attendance at one athletic practice shall determine
‘beginning of school year.’ Under this rule, a student who transfers after the beginning of the school year shall be ineligible at the new school unless approval is granted by the Board of Control in accordance with the transfer and/or waiver provisions as described in the WIAA HS Handbook.
D. A student whose tuition is paid by the school within whose attendance boundaries parents reside or by the state and is enrolled in
a district approved program may be eligible at either school (first priority to school of residence) but (a) may not participate at both schools in the same year and (b) academic ineligibility accompanies student upon transfer. Transfer restrictions may also apply.
E. A student whose tuition is paid by the school within whose attendance boundaries parents reside or by the state or who is
participating full time in a legislated open enrollment option must meet all statutory timeline requirements. This provision extends the opportunity to decline attendance at the new school and continue at his/her school of residence. If the student begins the school year at the new school and then transfers back to school of residence after attending one or more days of school or one or more athletic practices, he/she shall be subject to transfer provisions as outlined in the transfer Section of this document.
F. A student may continue being eligible in the same school even though parent(s) and/or student move from within that school’s
attendance boundaries, provided enrollment is continuous (unbroken in that school).
G. After a student-athlete has not participated and/or has had their eligibility restricted for one calendar year due to reasons relating
to residence and/or transfer, he/she becomes eligible.
H. A student-athlete will not be eligible if his/her attendance at a particular school resulted from undue influence (special
consideration because of athletic ability) on the part of any person.
A student-athlete who has been declared ineligible at a school for disciplinary reasons, academic reasons or due to another State Association’s provision retains that ineligibility status if he/she transfers to another school.
Except in situations involving transfer after a student’s fourth consecutive semester, a full-time student whose residence in a given district and attendance at a member school does not conform with any of the provisions outlined above shall be eligible for non-varsity competition only, for one calendar year, unless a waiver is provided as outlined in the WIAA HS Handbook under Waivers. Transfer students are subject to transfer provisions as outlined in the transfer section of this document and in the Senior High Handbook.
DETERMINING RESIDENCE FOR NONPUBLIC SCHOOL STUDENTS
A full-time student, whether an adult or not, is eligible for varsity interscholastic competition only if the student is residing full time with parents in their primary residence with these additional provisions: A. In the event of a divorce or legal separation, whether pending or final, a student’s residence at the beginning of the school year
shall determine eligibility except in situations involving transfer after a student’s fourth consecutive semester. For the purpose of this rule, attendance at one day of school and/or attendance at one athletic practice shall determine ‘beginning of school year’. Under this rule, a student who transfers after the beginning of the school year shall be ineligible at the new school unless approval is granted by the Board of Control in accordance with the waiver provisions as described in the WIAA HS Handbook under Waivers. Transfer restrictions may also apply.
B. Residing full time with guardians shall determine eligibility in cases where both parents of a student are deceased. The execution
of guardianship papers in situations where one or both parents are living does not by itself make a student eligible.
C. A student may continue being eligible in the same school even though parent(s) and/or student move from within that school’s
traditional attendance area, provided enrollment is continuous (unbroken in that school).
D. Except in situations involving mid-year transfer and/or transfer after the fourth consecutive semester students attending member
residential schools shall be eligible at the member school provided they reside at the school or reside full time with parents in their primary residence.
E. Except in situations involving transfer after a student’s fourth consecutive semester, a full-time student attending a nonpublic
school but not residing in accordance with any of the provisions outlined above shall be eligible for non-varsity competition only, for one calendar year, unless a waiver is provided as outlined in the WIAA HS Handbook under Waivers.
A full-time student may be afforded up to eight consecutive semesters of interscholastic eligibility upon entry into Grade 9.
Transferring schools at any time may result in restrictions being imposed on eligibility or in some cases a denial of eligibility.
For the purpose of this rule, attendance at one day of school and/or attendance at one athletic practice shall determine ‘beginning of
school year.’ These additional provisions relate to transfer cases:
A. A student who transfers from any school into a member school after the fourth consecutive semester following entry into Grade 9
shall be ineligible for practice and competition for one calendar year, unless the transfer is made necessary by a total change in residence by parent(s). The calendar year (365 days) will be determined from a student’s first day of attendance at the new school.
B. Open enrolled and/or tuition paying students entering 9th and/or 10th grade at the beginning of the school year and who are
within the first four consecutive semesters of high school will be afforded unrestricted eligibility provided all other rules governing student eligibility are met.
C. Open enrolled and/or tuition paying students entering 11th and/or 12th grade as transfer students are ineligible to practice and/or
D. 9th grade students who transfer after the beginning of the school year and with written consent from both schools directly
involved may be provided non-varsity opportunities for the remainder of the school year. Restrictions are removed upon entering 10th grade.
E. 10th grade students who transfer after the beginning of the school year and with written consent from both schools directly
involved may be provided non-varsity opportunities for one calendar year (365 days beginning with first day of attendance at the new school).
F. In the event of divorce or legal separation, whether pending or final, residence at the beginning of the school year shall determine
eligibility for students entering 9th and/or 10th grade. In situations involving transfer after the fourth consecutive semester following entry into grade 9 the student is ineligible to practice and compete for one calendar year.
G. District policies with respect to intra-district transfer do not super cede WIAA transfer rules in situations involving post-4th
semester transfers. Intra-district transfers occurring after the fourth consecutive semester following entry into grade 9 result in the student being ineligible for practice and competition for one calendar year (365 days beginning with first day of attendance at the new school).
H. Unless transfer, including an accompanying change of parents’ residence, is effective at the outset of a semester, a student cannot
establish eligibility at his/her new school until the fifth calendar day of such transfer.
If within the first four consecutive semesters following entry into grade 9, a student who transfers more than once in any given school year shall be ineligible for all interscholastic competition for the remainder of that current school year and will be eligible for non-varsity opportunities only for the balance of the calendar year. In situations involving transfer after the fourth consecutive semester following entry into grade 9 the student is ineligible to practice and compete for one calendar year.
A student may not have eligibility in more than one member school at the same time. A parent or parents, who move from a primary residence within one school’s attendance boundaries, to a secondary residence within another school’s attendance boundaries, may be required by the Board of Control to provide evidence of a total move.
K. A student who transfers from any school, whether or not a member school, with a status of ineligibility for disciplinary reasons,
academic reasons and/or as a result of another State Association's regulation or sanction, retains such status at his/her new school for the same period as decreed by the former school.
L. No eligibility will be granted for a student whose residence within a school’s attendance boundaries, with or without parents, or
whose attendance at a school has been the result of undue influence (special consideration due to athletic ability or potential) on the part of any person, whether or not connected with the school.
PHYSICAL EXAMINATION and PARENT'S PERMISSION
A student-athlete whether an adult or not, must have written permission of parents to participate in school athletics and he/she must have a physical examination (signed by a licensed physician or advanced practice nurse prescriber) every other school year.
A physical examination taken April 1 and thereafter is valid for the following two school years. Physical examination taken before April 1 is valid only for remainder of that school year and the following school year.
TRAINING and CONDUCT
A student-athlete must follow his/her school's code of conduct (training rules) on a year-round basis. A. A student-athlete who violates his/her school's code of conduct during the season of a sport (start of practice to final game) must
be suspended from competition for a period of time specified in the code (minimum of one meet) if the violation involves (a) possession and/or use of alcohol, (b) possession and/or use of tobacco, including chewing tobacco and (c) use, possession, buying or selling of controlled substances, street drugs and performance enhancing substances (PES).
B. The member school will determine minimum penalties for violation of any other provisions of its code of conduct, including out
of season offenses and for any other unacceptable conduct contrary to the ideals, principals and standards of the school and this Association including but not limited to criminal behavior.
C. A student-athlete who violates his/her school's code of conduct at times other than during the actual season of a sport must be
disciplined by the school, the nature of such discipline to be determined by the school as indicated in its code of conduct.
D. A student-athlete who violates any part of the school or WIAA's code of conduct resulting in suspension of WIAA-sponsored
tournament competition must be immediately declared ineligible for the remainder of tournament series in that sport.
E. A student-athlete, disqualified from a contest for flagrant or unsportsmanlike conduct, is also suspended from the next
F. A school must provide an opportunity for the student to be heard prior to a penalty being enforced. If a student appeals a
suspension, according to the schools appeal procedure, the student is ineligible during the appeal process.
A student-athlete must be an amateur in all recognized sports of this association in order to compete in any WIAA sport. A. A student-athlete may not accept, receive or direct to another, reimbursement in any form of cash or merchandise such as shirts,
jackets, sweaters, sweatshirts, jerseys, warm-ups, equipment, balls, duffle bags, backpacks, watches, rings, billfolds, coupons, gift certificates, regardless of their value for athletic accomplishments, such as being on a winning team, being selected for the school varsity team, or being a place winner in an individual tournament, e.g.
B. A student-athlete may receive awards for school achievement which are symbolic (non utilitarian) in nature – badges, certificates,
trophies, medals, banners, ribbons, pictures, plaques, event T-shirts, event hats, game balls, unattached emblems, letters, season highlight DVD or video, e.g.
C. A student-athlete may not receive compensation or benefit, directly or indirectly, for the use of name, picture, and/or personal
appearance, as an athlete. This includes receiving free and/or reduced rates on equipment, apparel, camps/clinics/instruction and competitive opportunities that are not identical for all other participants.
D. A student-athlete may not be identified as an athlete, provide endorsement as an athlete or appear as an athlete in the promotion of
a commercial/advertisement and/or profit-making event, item, plan, or service.
E. A student-athlete may not participate in school athletics or in sports activities outside the school under a name other than his/her
SPORTS ACTIVITIES OUTSIDE OF SCHOOL
A student-athlete in a given sport may not compete in that same sport outside of school either as a team member or an individual or independent entry during the same time he/she is participating with the school team. A. WIAA rules do not prevent athletes from practicing with non-school teams or from receiving private skills instruction during the
school season. However, they may not participate in any non-school games, including scrimmages against other teams. (1) This restriction applies to normal non-school games as well as “gimmicks,” such as reduced numbers competition (3-on-3
basketball, 6 player soccer, e.g.), specific skill contests (punt, pass, and kick, shooting contests, free throws, 3 point, e.g.), fun runs, etc.
(2) A student who was a member of a school team during the previous year may not delay reporting for the school team beyond
the school’s official opening day of practice in order to continue non-school training and/or competition.
B. During the school year before and/or after the school season of a sport, a student-athlete may participate in sport activities outside
of school with these restrictions: (1) A student-athlete must not participate in non-school programs, activities, camps, clinics and/or competition that is limited to
individuals who are likely to be candidates for the school team in that sport in the following season.
(2) Non-school activities in which students are engaged may not resemble in any way a school team practicing or competing out-
C. In the summer non-school roster restrictions are not in effect and members of a schools team may voluntarily assemble with their
teammates (without school and/or school coach involvement) at their own discretion.
D. A student-athlete or his/her parents must pay the fee for specialized training or instruction such as camps, clinics, and similar
E. A student-athlete may not be instructed except during the school season of a sport and approved summer contact days by the
person who will be his/her coach in that sport in the following school season. The sports of baseball, cross country, golf, gymnastics, softball, swimming, tennis, track & field, and wrestling are exempt from this rule, BUT only (a) during the summer months and (b) if the program involved is not limited to individuals who are likely to be candidates for the school team in that sport in the following season.
F. A student-athlete must not participate in an all-star game or similar contest except for summertime activities (a) within the same
league or program (e.g., softball game between divisions of same league) or (b) in which a team is selected to represent a league in post-season play (e.g., Babe Ruth league team). Some post-season all-star opportunities may be permitted for 12th graders who have completed high school eligibility in a particular sport. Check with your Athletic Director to be certain.
(Do not Use. List contains drugs that are illegal or could be harmful if taken in excess amount)
Androstenediol, Non-Androstenediol, Dihydrotestosterone (DHT), DHEA (converts to androgens), Pro-Hormones
Pheromone (anabolic properties), Masking Agents (Diuretics), Peptide Hormones (EPO), Insulin (NON-PRESRIBED)
Ephedra (Ma Huang, Synephrine, Seneca, Citrun Aurantium, Desert Herb, Mormon Tea, Sidi Cordifolia, Phenoproponalamine,
Pseudoephedrine, PPA), Street Drugs: Illegal: Heroin, Marijuana3, THC (tetrahydrocannabinol)
(listed products may have unwanted side effects, be ineffective, not tested for long term safety, not recommended for
youth, unethical to use:
Creatine, Caffeine* too much can cause jitteriness, headaches, difficultly concentrating, increased heart rate or blood pressure.
Herbal Caffeine: Guarana, cacao, Kola, mate, cola nut, green tea extract, methylxanthine (chemical caffeine)
Energy Drinks e.g. Red Bull, Amp, Advance by PowerAde, Coke Blak, NO2
Protein Powders, Amino Acids, Ginseng, Arginine, AKG, HMB, L-Carnitine (amino acid derivative), Chromium Picolinate (petide
hormone, potentiate), CLA, Tribulus Terresttis aka Punture Vine, Caltrop Fruit Green (Permissible)
The following is a list of supplements that replace the calories, fluid, and electrolytes the body loses during
exercise. Read product labels carefully for any banned or discouraged ingredients. Due to lack of government regulations however,
some ingredients might not be listed.
Sports Drinks, e.g. Gatorade, PowerAde, Electrolyte Drinks e.g. Gatorade Endurance Formula, Fitness Water e.g. Propel, Power
Option, Meal Replacement Beverages e.g. Boost, Ensure, Sport Shake, Meal Replacement Bars e.g. Power Bar, Protein Plus
Sport Gels e.g. Cliff Shot, Shot Blok, Power Gel, GU, Sports Bars, e.g. Power Bar, Cliff Bar, Luna, Balance Bar, Vitamins/Minerals
Detach and Return to Athletic Director
PARENT-ATHLETE RULES OF ELIGIBILITY
I certify that I have read, understand, and agree to abide by all of the information contained in this WISCONSIN INTERSCHOLASTIC ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION High School Athletic Eligibility bulletin. I further certify that if I have not understood any information contained in this document, I have sought and received an explanation of the information prior to signing this statement.
My child and I have also read and reviewed the Athletic Code of Conduct. We are aware of the policies, procedures, expectations, and consequences regarding all facets of the Athletic Code. By signing this, I agree to this code and give permission for my son/daughter to participate in the Wauzeka-Steuben Sports Program. _____________________________/______ _____________________________/______
This form must be completed and submitted to the Athletic Director prior to a student being declared eligible to practice
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