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Warren/CCA Athletic Department Statement:
We endeavor to develop our student-athletes of Warren/CCA into responsible and productive young men and women.
EARL WARREN HIGH SCHOOL --ATHLETIC GUIDELINES
These guidelines have been prepared for you as a prospective athlete at Earl Warren High School. It is our
belief that a student who elects to participate in athletics is voluntarily making a choice of self-discipline
and self-denial. If we find that a student cannot or will not comply with the established rules and
regulations pertaining to his/her academic progress, grooming, training habits, and/or conduct which
includes the willingness to accept the decisions of the coaching staff, that student will be removed from the
The concept of self-discipline and self-denial is tempered by our responsibility to recognize the rights of
individuals while never losing sight of the objectives of the team. It is our opinion that there is no room in
high school athletics for students who will not or cannot discipline their minds and bodies for rigorous
competition. It is also our opinion that an athlete should be willing to put team goals and team concerns
above him or herself. Coaching decisions are first based on what is best for the team and secondly what is
best for the/an athlete.
As we strive for excellence, we do not want our student-athletes to be compromised with mediocrity. Our
success depends on the inner strength and commitment of all participants.
A. It is the athletes responsibility to:
1. Attend every practice or meeting scheduled, except when ill or otherwise excused by the
head coach in advance and to be on time to all practices or meetings. Contact must be
made with your coach if you are unable to attend a practice or meeting. Missing
practice/competition for club/AAU activities is unacceptable. However, campus UIL
activities will take precedence.
2. Pursue and attempt to master the sport you are involved in.
3. Express opinions and ideas in a respectful manner so as not to slander others.
4. Pay charges for lost equipment as set in the codes.
5. Be aware of all rules and regulations for athletic behavior as outlined and conduct himself
/herself in accordance with them.
6. Dress and appear in accordance with the standards set by the coordinated effort of the
team involved and head coach.
7. Cooperate with the coaching staff in investigation of disciplinary cases and volunteer
information relating to an offense.
8. Assist the coaching staff in operating a safe athletic program.
9. Be prepared for each practice or meeting with the necessary materials or equipment. If
equipment needs repair – show it to a coach immediately.
10. Exhibit an attitude of respect towards individuals and property. Always conduct himself /
herself in a positive manner.
11. Refrain from making profane, insulting, threatening, or inflammatory remarks, or
engaging in disruptive behavior. This is to include all social media sites.
12. Seek changes in the athletic guidelines in an orderly and responsible manner through
contacting of the head coach and asking for a meeting.
13. Respect the discipline management plan both in the classroom and in athletics.
II. TRAINING RULES (NISD Board Policy):
There are certain training rules and standards you must be willing to accept if you do wish to be an athlete.
You must be willing to deny yourself some seemingly pleasurable items that you will be confronted with.
You must be able to say “NO” to certain things if you truly desire to excel. It is proven fact that alcohol,
tobacco and drugs produce harmful effects on the body and is injurious to the development of human
growth both mentally and physically. You cannot compromise athletics with substance abuse.
1. Use of alcohol or tobacco will result in possible removal from the team, pending
investigation. Refer to Athletic Code of Conduct.
B. Illegal Drugs:
1. Use or possession of illegal drugs will result in immediate removal from the team,
pending investigation. Refer to Athletic Code of Conduct.
The younger student-athletes are watching you. The athletes at the nearby middle schools are depending on
you to show them how to be the best. They look up to you and will copy you in many ways. Do not do
anything to let them down. The conduct of an athlete is closely observed in many areas, thus it is very
important that your conduct be above reproach wherever you maybe.
A. On the field of competition:
1. Refrain from using profanity or illegal tactics.
2. Understand that losing is part of the game and that you should be gracious in defeat and
modest in victory.
3. Show class whether in victory or defeat by being courteous and congratulate the
opponent on a well played game.
B. In the classroom:
1. Respect and adhere to classroom rules and procedures set by the teacher.
2. Be alert and attentive to instruction and complete all assignments on a timely manner.
3. Show respect to your teacher and other students. Horseplay and cutting-up in the
classroom are not acceptable, nor approved patterns of behavior.
4. Be on time to class and NEVER cut class or school.
C. On/off campus:
1. Carry a positive attitude and be proud of who you are and what you stand for.
2. Remember because you are an athlete everyone is watching you.
IV. HAZING / BULLYING:
-“intentional or reckless act by one or more persons against a student that endangers the mental or physical
health or safety of a student for the purpose of pledging, being initiated into affiliating with, holding office,
or maintaining membership in an organization whose members include students at an educational agency.”
***Hazing / Bullying will not be tolerated and will result in immediate suspension and possible removal
from the team, pending investigation. This is to include cyber-bullying on social media sites.
All members of any athletic team are expected to be well groomed. Appearance, expression, and actions
always influence people’s opinions of you, the team, the school and the community. Once you have
volunteered to be a member of the team, you have made a choice to uphold certain standards expected of
athletes in the community. Our standards are set purposefully high. Fads and “cultural” styles may not be
approved or acceptable. Our guidelines will stand on the judgment of our athletic coordinator and head
coaches as approved by the athletic director and principal.
1. Will be of reasonable length and style. Unnaturally colored, streaked, lined, gaped,
patched, pigtails, scorpion-tails, spikes, mo-hawks, and the like will not be acceptable.
2. Sideburns will not extend below the ear and are to be straight, not tapered or flange.
3. Facial hair will not be acceptable. Beards, goatees, or moustaches will not be worn.
B. Dress code:
1. Must be presentably dressed and well-groomed at all times. This includes at school,
assemblies, trips, banquets, etc.
2. T-shirts or hats promoting alcoholic beverages, drugs, or even rock/hip-hop/rap groups
are not acceptable.
3. Body piercing (other than for earrings on the ears of females) is prohibited. Male athletes
will not wear earrings in the athletic building. Necklaces, bracelets, rings, watches,
earrings or other jewelry will not be worn during any practice or contest.
4. Tattoos are strongly discouraged. All tattoos should be covered when competing.
It is important to note that these grooming standards are in effect for the ENTIRE SCHOOL YEAR.
THEY ARE NOT “SEASONAL” STANDARDS. Athletes not in compliance can be suspended from
participation of any sort, including workouts.
VI. DROPPING OR TRANSFERRING SPORTS:
We encourage all athletes to never give up in competition, and to give their best effort at all times. We
believe, when an athlete starts with a team he/she is responsible to see it through to the end. There are
occasions, however, when an athlete may find it necessary to drop a sport for good reason. If this is the
case, the following procedure must be followed:
1. Talk with your immediate coach, then the head coach of the sport.
2. With mutual understanding, the athlete should be either reinstated into the program or
removed from the program. If the athlete is removed by his/her request, a note from the
parent or guardian must be received stating that they understand/accept the decision.
3. An athlete quitting a sport can not practice with nor participate on a team in a concurrent
season or upcoming season until the season from which the athlete has quit has been
A. UIL compliance:
1. Students beginning ninth grade must have been promoted from a lower grade prior to the
beginning of the current school year.
2. Students beginning their second year of high school must have earned 5 credits, which
count toward state high school graduation requirements. Students beginning their third
year must have earned a total of 10 credits or 5 credits during the 12 months preceding
the first day of the current school year. Students beginning their fourth year of high
school must have earned a total of 15 credits or 5 credits during the 12 months preceding
the first day of the current school year.
3. A student who receives, at the end of any grading period (after the first six weeks of the
school year), a grade below 70 in any academic class (other than an identified advanced
class) or a student with disabilities who fails to meet the standards in the Individual
Education Plan (IEP) may not participate in extracurricular activities for at least 3 school
weeks. AN INELIGIBLE STUDENT IS ALLOWED TO PRACTICE WITH THE
4. A student regains eligibility when the principal and the teachers determine that he/she
has; 1) earned a passing grade (70 or above) in all academic classes, other than those that
are advanced, and 2) completed the three school weeks of ineligibility.
5. District policy will dictate the eligibility standards concerning advanced classes.
Our primary focus is to help our student-athletes earn the proper credits to graduate from high school while
maintaining eligibility to participate in our programs.
VIII. BEHAVIORAL CONTRACTS / Opportunity For Improvement:
Any violation of campus / team guidelines and expectations may result in being placed on a
contract for improvement. Contract violation can/will result in removal from the athletic
Alma Perez, Band Director
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Mr. Varville and Ms. Santos
Warren High School Choir Information:
Warren Choir website link: https://sites.google.com/view/warrenchoirnisd/warren-choir
Warren Choir youtube channel link:https://sites.google.com/view/warrenchoirnisd/warren-choir
Warren Choir recruitment video link:
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The NISD fine arts list of available courses is considered a full comprehensive curriculum for students. District curriculum opportunities include student participation in visual arts, band, choir, dance, mariachi, orchestra, and theater. While these courses involve the majority of students, enrichment courses include music theater production, music theory, music history, vocal and jazz ensemble, and a variety of medium- specific courses in visual arts. Advanced Placement is available in Art History and Music Theory. Northside is one of only very few districts of substantial size that has established an elementary art and music curriculum to be taught only by certified art and music instructors K-5 on 100% of the district elementary campuses.
Our campus performances and galleries reflect the excellence in teaching, the quality of student mastery, and the rigor required for success. The Fine Arts Department is committed to providing our students and teachers cutting edge environments in which to differentiate instruction and to participate in venues that serve to enhance learning. Public performance and gallery initiatives allow our students to grow personally and serve to connect outstanding campus fine art programs to a great city, state, and nation. World-renown artists, conductors, clinicians, and consultants constantly make meaningful connections to our students in the classroom. Northside performing ensembles and student art work continue to be recognized at the state and national level.
Most importantly, we desire that our students have a golden opportunity to create and to imagine what can be… Regardless of the student’s interest level to be at an appreciation level, an understanding level, or a mastery level of learning, we teach our students to use the skills that are unique to fine arts to facilitate and to elevate their role as quality citizens, great leaders, incredible problem-solvers, professional artists, and yes, … as lifelong consumers of the arts.
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Academic Decathlon is the highest level of academic competition in the nation that isn’t about a single event but 10 different events that test the decathletes over multiple skills and disciples. This competition is not a sprint to the finish line but a marathon of student learning and development over the course of a year that tests each competitor’s wit, dedication, and their motivation to excel. Each year the events center around a main theme that is announced the year before. This year’s theme is In Sickness and in Health: An Exploration of Sickness and Wellness.
The teams are created by using the student’s GPA to place them in one of three divisions. Three members from each of the three divisions make up a team of nine. VARSITY LEVEL: GPA below 2.999 in core courses over the previous two scholastic years. SCHOLASTIC LEVEL: GPA above 3.0 but below 3.749 in core courses over the previous two scholastic years. HONORS LEVEL: GPA above 3.750 in core courses over the previous two scholastic years. Note: For classification purposes a grade in an honors or AP course do not receive extra points in computation of competitive level.
The team of 9 go on to compete in 5 different types of events that will put their mastery of various subjects and disciplines to the test. These events include: Tests of knowledge These 7 multiple choice tests are from the seven Academic Decathlon subjects that center around their knowledge of the 1960's. SCIENCE: The science topic will be an introduction to the biology of cancer. LITERATURE: The literature curriculum will include critical reading, one long work of literature, and selected shorter works. The long work of literature will be the 1818 version of Mary Shelley's Frankenstein.ART: The art curriculum will include a section on art fundamentals and will largely focus on an exploration of illness and wellness in art. MUSIC: The music curriculum will introduce students to various musical works from across the centuries that will allow them to examine the role of mortality in Western art music. SOCIAL SCIENCE: The social science curriculum will introduce students to the history of healthcare. ECONOMICS: The economics curriculum will cover fundamental economic concepts, microeconomics, and macroeconomics and will also include a thematic section on health economics. MATHEMATICS: The mathematics curriculum will cover algebra and trigonometry. Speech In the prepared speech, you'll speak for up to four minutes on any topic you'd like. Afterward, you'll be asked to speak give an impromptu speech for up to two minutes on a topic you haven't seen before with only one minute to prepare. Interview You will be given 7 minutes to answer questions about the most interesting subject, yourself. The judges will ask you various questions pertaining to your background, interests, and goals. Essay You will be given 50 minutes to write the strongest paper possible on one of 3 prompts that you are given that can be from 6 of the 7 Academic Decathlon subjects- excluding math. Super Quiz Relay This is the one Academic Decathlon event that is open to the public. In this event, each division (Varsity, Scholastic, and Honors) will work together to answer 39 multiple choice questions in front of a live audience with only 10 seconds to deliberate among themselves. Each division will answer 13 questions, 2 from each of the 6 subjects and 1 question of math that they can use a calculator on. After the Varsity division completes their 13 questions, they will sit down as the Scholastic division tries to add points to their score, then the Honors division will answer the final 13 questions to end the relay.
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Kevin J. Keaney, Capt, USAF (Ret)
Dear Parents and Cadets of the Earl Warren AFJROTC Program,
Welcome to the Air Force Junior ROTC program at Earl Warren High School! As we approach the 2022-23 school year we are projected to be over 200 strong and are really looking forward to getting back to our "pre-covid" level of performance.
We want to provide you a brief introduction to our program in this letter. The AFJROTC mission is to “Develop Citizens of Character, Dedicated to Serving Their Nation and Community.” It is important to note that we are NOT here to recruit your son or daughter for the military, and participation in our program incurs NO military obligation to serve in the Armed Forces. Cadets can participate in the program all four years in high school, and earn Physical Education credit for enrolling in AFJROTC as an elective class. However, the cadet must actively participate in the physical fitness portion of the program and the Presidential Fitness Challenge in order to receive PE credit.
AFJROTC is a character education program set in a military structure. It involves a blend of curricular and extra-curricular activities that give cadets many opportunities to become involved with the Corps. Classroom instruction includes Aerospace Science, Leadership Education, as well as drill and ceremonies. The curriculum is standardized by the Air Force, who provides all curriculum materials for each of the four Aerospace Science and Leadership Education courses.
A main requirement of the program is wear of the Air Force Junior ROTC uniform. Cadets are required to wear the uniform on Wednesdays, and will be expected to comply with all associated grooming standards governed by Air Force Instructions. Uniforms are provided by the Air Force, and are identical to the active duty enlisted uniform, with the exception of various ranks, badges, ribbons, and other insignia. Because all issued uniform items are Air Force property, proper care, cleanliness, custody, and accountability of these items is expected throughout a cadet’s entire tenure in the AFJROTC program.
There are a wide variety of extra-curricular activities that will be available to cadets; currently we have the following teams: Armed Drill, Unarmed Drill, Color Guard, PT, Orienteering, Academic, Sabre, Cyber Patriot and Marksmanship. Given AFJROTC is intended to be a cadet-run program to the greatest extent possible, motivated cadets will both participate in and lead these programs under supervision of the instructor staff.
Both in and out of the classroom, the central focus of character education remains paramount. Therefore great emphasis is placed on the concept of being a good citizen. Mutual respect, teamwork, good conduct, leadership, and discipline are all cornerstones of this program. Most importantly, we are always looking for an opportunity to make a difference in someone's life.
KEVIN J. KEANEY, Capt, USAF (Ret)
SASI, Earl Warren High School
Mrs. Cristina Ramos
The Bylaws and Constitution of the Vicente Blasco Ibáñez
Chapter of the Sociedad Honoraria Hispánica of Earl Warren High School
Article I. Name and Classification
Section 1. The name of this organization is “El Capítulo Vicente Blasco Ibáñez de la Sociedad Honoraria Hispánica de Earl Warren High School.”
Section 2. The purpose of this organization is to recognize high achievement in Spanish by students at Earl Warren High School and to promote continuity of interest in Hispanic studies and affairs in the school and communities.
Section 3. The organization is classified as a chapter of an educational society in the study of high school Spanish and is nationally sponsored by the American Association of Teachers of Spanish and Portuguese.
Article II. Qualifications for Sponsorship A sponsor or co-sponsor of the Chapter must be a teacher of Spanish and a member of the parent organization, The American Association of Teachers of Spanish and Portuguese.
Article III. Duties of the Sponsor
Section 1. The sponsor shall remit the new student membership dues to the National Secretary-Treasurer each school year.
Section 2. The Chapter Sponsor is to sign the list of the names of the new members which is sent to the National Secretary-Treasurer along with the membership fee. If for any reason there are no new members in any given school year, the National Secretary-Treasurer must be notified.
Section 3. Reports of the Chapter activities are to be sent regularly to the editor and newsletter.
Article IV. Qualifications for Membership
Section 1. The requirements for invitation to and induction into the Chapter are as follows: Each student who has completed 3 semesters of instruction in Spanish and must have maintained an overall grade average on no lower than 90. students must be in the 10th grade or above to be inducted. Each student must be committed to continuing interest in Hispanic studies by being enrolled in a following Spanish course.
Section 2. Each candidate for membership must have the aforementioned grade average and the recommendation of his or her current Spanish teacher.
Article V. Dues
Section 1. The student membership fee of $15.00 is payable at the time the candidate turns in his/her application.
Article VI. Duties of the Officers
Section 1. The President shall preside at all meetings, serve as spokesperson, oversee the business of the Chapter, such as, but not limited to, school announcements, service points, fundraisings, community projects and any other duties as deemed necessary.
Section 2. The Vice-President shall serve in the capacity of the President when the President is unable to execute his or her duties, and assist the President in supervising the business of the Chapter.
Section 3. The Secretary shall compile an accurate list of members and committees, carry out the Chapter’s correspondence and take minutes of all the meetings at the direction of the President.
Section 4. The Treasurer shall keep accurate financial records and assist in the fundraising of the Chapter.
Section 5. The Historian shall assist the sponsor in recording the Chapter events and shall keep a “Scrapbook” of the activities.
Section 6. Removal from Office. If the sponsor of the Chapter has concrete evidence that an officer has not fulfilled the duties of his/her office, the sponsor should move at a regular meeting, at which the officer in question is present, for the officer’s removal. The sponsor must state the accusations and cite the supporting evidence. The accused officer is then to state his/her defense. The Chapter members will then vote by secret ballot on the matter. A simple majority is required for removal.
Article V11. Meetings
Section 1. The officers will meet on the last Tuesday of every month, beginning in the month of August.
Section 2. The officers and members will meet on the first Tuesday of every month., beginning in September. The meeting will be held in the morning at 8:00 AM and in the afternoon at 3:50 PM. The members will have the opportunity to attend either meeting.
Article VIII. Service Points
Section 1. Every member must receive 20 points which will be divided as follows: 50% Attending meetings 30% Community work 20% Helping the local Chapter
Section 2. Removal from membership due to lack of participation. The officers and members have the right , by secret ballot, to remove any member who is not an active participant.
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