Student Athlete and Parent Information

MANDATORY NEW ATHLETE AND PARENT MEETING

LODI HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETICS
ATHLETIC CLEARANCE
2018-2019
 
ALL ATHLETES MUST BE TOTALLY CLEARED BEFORE STARTING PRACTICES/TRY-OUTS AT LODI HIGH SCHOOL (including summer conditioning programs)
 
BEFORE PRACTICING EACH STUDENT-ATHLETE MUST HAVE:
 
1. A MINIMUM GPA OF 2.0 WITH NO MORE THAN 1 F ON THE REPORT FOR THE GRADING PERIOD FOR THAT SEASON OF SPORT.  
 
2. SPORTS PHYSICAL AND ON-LINE CLEARANCE COMPLETED AND SIGNED BY PARENTATHLETEAND DOCTOR (DATED AFTER MAY 1, 2018)
 
3. ATTEND MANDATORY NEW ATHLETE AND PARENT MEETING:
 
*New Athletes must attend the Mandatory New Athlete and Parent Meeting:
They must have completed the required requirements #1-3 above and must attend one of the Mandatory New Athlete and Parent Meeting for your designated season of sport.

2018-2019 Meeting Date

We will have another meeting in November TBA
 
 

STUDENT ATHLETE AND PARENT HANDBOOK

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2/1/18 1:14 PM - Erin Aitken
 
 
The Parent and Student-Athlete Handbook is the most important document for communicating information regarding athletic eligibility, participation on sports teams, expectations of parent and student-athlete behavior, athletic awards, etc.  To view a PDF of the Athletic Handbook,  please see the "Athletics Locker" above and click on the handbook link.
 
All parents and student-athletes will receive a hard copy of the handbook when they attend the MANDATORY New Student-Athlete and Parent Meeting PRIOR to participating on a sports team at Lodi High School.
 
LUSD BOARD APPROVED POLICY CHANGE REGARDING GRADE CHANGE REQUESTS:
Request for Review/Change of Quarter or Semester Grade
Students or parents who wish to review or challenge a quarter or semester grade must file that request with the teacher in question and the school registrar within the first five (5) school days upon the student’s return to school from the most recent school break or grading period. Teachers will have five (5) school days after the request is made to review the challenge and report a final decision to uphold, adjust or correct the grade to the parent and the school registrar.
This excludes:
1) Obvious and verifiable errors discovered beyond the five-day deadline by the student/parent, teacher, or school registrar;
2) Grade changes related to AP exam results; and
3) The correction of omissions or errors if the reason is due to circumstances beyond the student or teacher’s control.