General Athletic Information

ATHLETIC COMPLIANCE PACKET

The athletic forms, including the IHSAA physical examination form are available as a complete packet. The Compliance Packet is available in Student Services, from the athletic director, or on the main Pike web site.

In order to participate on any New Augusta athletic team, a student must first complete and turn in the Compliance Packet. The packet must be turned in or sent directly to the athletic director, Ms. Lampert. Coaches are not allowed to accept any of these forms. Incomplete packets will not be accepted. All forms must be turned in to the athletic director at least one day before the first scheduled practice or try-out date for a sport. Coaches will allow students to participate in a tryout or practice only after they are informed by Ms. Lampert that all of the necessary forms are on file and the students are thus cleared for participation.

   2018-2019 Compliance Packet:   /userfiles/502/my files/compliance packet 2018-2019.pdf?id=7443

MANDATORY PARENT MEETING & HANDBOOK FORM

As noted on the cover page of the Compliance Packet, parents of student-athletes are required to attend a Student/Parent Handbook meeting held at the beginning of each sport season. The parent signature on the Consent Form that is part of the Compliance Packet is also an acknowledgement of having read the Middle School Athletic Handbook. The link to the handbook can be found under FORMS on the Pike Athletic Home Page.

ACCESSING ATHLETIC FORMS

New Augusta North athletic team information can be accessed via the Pike home page.

On the Pike home page, click on ATHLETICS on the top menu. You will then be on the ATHLETICS home page. On this page, under ATHLETIC LINKS on the drop-down menu under NEW AUGUSTA NORTH, you will find these links:

  • Athletic Director: Contact information for Ms. Lampert
  • Coaching Staff: List of coaches and contact information
  • General Athletic Information: Information about required forms, parent meetings, academic eligibility, admission costs, and an overview of the entire athletic program.
  • Forms: Links to Compliance Packet and Travel Release form.
  • News: This page will have up-to-date information about cancellations due to weather, etc. It also has an overall athletic calendar, information about previous sport seasons, and information about seasonal athletic awards programs
  • From the Training Room: Information from our athletic trainer.

To directly access information specific to your child’s sport, go to JUMP TO SPORT under QUICK LINKS on the ATHLETICS home page. There, click on SEE BELOW, find your school and sport on the drop-down menu (New Augusta North is at the top of the menu). On your sport’s page, you will find these links:

  • Information: General information and important dates
  • News: Sport-specific announcements, news about team accomplishments, and contest results.
  • Schedule: Click on “view more information” to see the contest schedule.

ACADEMIC ELIGIBILITY

A student's academic success is MSD Pike Township's first priority, and must be a student's first priority. To be academically eligible to try out for or to participate in a sport, a student must have earned a GPA of at least 2.0 for the most recent 9-week (Quarter) grading term. Students who do not meet the 2.0 GPA standard are not eligible for the sport.
 
In-season academic performance will be monitored on a regular basis for all members of all athletic teams, including team managers. Any team member not meeting the 2.0 GPA standard at the time of a grade check is placed on academic probation. Academic probation means that:
 
     1. The student may continue to participate in practices, but is not eligible
         for contests.
     2. The student is required to attend study tables, help sessions, tutorials,
         and other interventions to assist him or her in obtaining the grades 
         necessary to regain contest eligibility. Students who regain contest
         eligibility are still required to participate in the previously-mentioned
         interventions.
 
PIKE TOWNSHIP MIDDLE SCHOOL STUDENT-ATHLETES MUST FIRST BE GOOD STUDENTS AND CITIZENS OF THE SCHOOL COMMUNITY.
 
In addition to the academic standards that they are expected to meet or exceed, student-athletes must also meet behavioral expectations both on and off the field and court. Those who represent themselves and the school on teams must first represent themselves well during the school day. Athletes who violate district, school, or team policies, rules, directives, or guidelines may be suspended from participation in sport or cut from the team for the remainder of the sport season.
 
TICKET INFORMATION
 
Admission to Home Contests 
(Football, Volleyball, Basketball, Wrestling, Swimming & Diving, Track & Field)

    Adults = $5.00

    Student = $3.00 (non-New Augusta North students through high school age)

    Senior = $3.00

    Family = $13.00 (Parents, Siblings, Grandparents)

    Free: Those 1st Grade & Below

New Augusta North students are not charged admission, but they must have their school photo ID card on them to get into home contests.

All-Sport Passes     Cost = $60.00    (2 cards issued per family)

    These passes are good for an entire school year for the admission of all 
    immediate family members to all NAN home athletic contests, except
    tournament games. They can also be used for admission to all home
    swimming & diving meets held at Pike High School and home soccer
    matches.The passes are available from the athletic office and at the gate for
    early season home contests.
 
NOTE: Cost of admission to events at other Marion County middle
             schools is the same or similar. Other schools may charge
             admission for tennis, cross country, baseball, and softball.
 
 

ATHLETIC PROGRAM DESCRIPTION 2018-2019

   
ADDRESSES OF OPPOSING SCHOOLS
 
 
 

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