Interscholastic athletics are a valuable component in the total education process. This process concerns the person's growth as an individual - spiritually, mentally, emotionally, physically, and socially.
Athletics provide learning experiences, a positive base for Christian development and an understanding of competition, emphasizing sportsmanship and teamwork. Interscholastic athletic program should be looked upon as the pinnacle and not the foundation of a school's physical education endeavors. A school should provide, first a program of physical education for all children, second an intramural sports program for all who desire some participation in competitive sports, and finally an athletic program of competition in the skill sports.
Athletic Policy Manual
Standardized Sports Seasons
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Instructor: Anne Slattery - Midwest Penguins Club Volleyball Director and Coach of 17 years, CAP I & II certified through USA Volleyball, and 4 years as Woman's Volleyball Head Coach at Carroll College, Waukesha. In addition, Anne has volunteered time at St. Dominic's, St. Mary's, and Christ King parishes.
Purpose of Coaches Clinic: Educate coaches and/or parents about: volleyball rules, coaching behavior and philosophies, and current teaching strategies. This course will assist you in the knowledge and design of your practices, team management offensive and defensive, and provide you with useful game like drills to improve your athletes. You will experience both on and off court activities, and receive a volleyball manual. An Archdiocese certificate of attendance will be issued.
Cardinal Stritch University is holding a Girls Basketball Coaches Clinic on September 19, 2015 from 9:00 a.m. - 3:00 in the Stritch Fieldhouse.
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Important notice for people attending Safe Environment Education Sessions
All participants must arrive on time and stay for the entire session. Latecomers will not be admitted and those who leave early will not receive credit for attendance.
Safe Environment Education sessions are not appropriate for those under the age of 18 and out of High School. Please do not bring your underage children unless the location specifies that child care is provided.