Thursday, March 27, 2014

College Athletic Recruiting 101

Questions about the college athletic recruiting process come up every year. Each year we have a few athletes graduate from HRHS who have gone through the recruiting process and signed with a college. And each year we have athletes embark on the recruiting process for the very first time. Everyone starts out at about zero, knowing very little about the process unless their family has been through it before. This is our first shot at getting some basic information and resources into one place for athletes and families who are just beginning the process. (Thanks to the Kreutz and Turnage families for sharing their experiences, as Macy and Connor finish their last high school season before moving on to competition in college).

We're opening up comments on this post to encourage ongoing conversation and to hear your questions and comments about what other kinds of information and resources would be helpful. Click here to join the conversation on our website.

Understand your options and be realistic about the level of school that will be the best fit for you, both athletically and academically. 

College athletic programs are typically part of either the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) or National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics (NAIA). Schools that fall under the NCAA are categorized as Division I (D1), Division II (D2) and Division III (D3). Generally, larger schools compete in D1and smaller schools in D2, D3, and NAIA (which also has divisions).
  • D1 and D2 schools can offer athletic scholarships. D1 and D2 schools have 18 full scholarship equivalencies available for women's Track and Cross Country combined and 12.6 equivalencies for men. These numbers are for the entire team, not just for each incoming freshman class, so scholarships are typically spread pretty thin. It is exceedingly rare for a track athlete to be offered a full athletic scholarship. Click here for a great explanation of how the scholarship process works. Also, note that D2 track programs are often not fully funded so while the rules say they can offer a certain number of equivalencies, financial reality says they cannot.
  • Ivy League schools are NCAA D1, but do not offer athletic scholarships.
  • NCAA D3 schools cannot offer athletic scholarships.
  • NAIA schools tend to be smaller in size like D3 schools, but they can offer athletic scholarships.

Recruiting standards vary across the type of school and vary widely even within the same classification. Here are some basic performance guidelines by event for women and for men. Some programs list their own recruiting standards on their websites.

Academic requirements are also important. There are standards set by the NCAA and the NAIA (generally less demanding than the NCAA), but some schools will have stricter standards than those defined by their athletic association.

Be realistic about the amount of athletic financial aid you need. Keep in mind that full athletic scholarships are very rare in track and field, and plan accordingly, considering other sources of funding like academic scholarships, etc.

Register with the NCAA Eligibility Center 

If you're interested in D1 or D2 schools, register with the NCAA Eligibility Center (you can register for more than one sport). A good time to do this is spring of your sophomore year. When you begin contacting coaches, one of the first things they will ask is your eligibility number.

Also, as early as your freshman year at HRHS, register for Core Course GPA to track your HRHS classes and make sure you're meeting NCAA eligibility requirements. Click here for more information.

Research schools and programs

  • Committing to a college will be one of the biggest decisions of your life. Make the academic part of your decision a priority. This may be the step that takes the most time and effort, but it's worth it! Use College Prowler, Naviance, and other tools to learn about the match between your academic interests and the degree programs schools offer. 
  • What is the graduation rate for track athletes at the schools that interest you? Can you see evidence that the program places a strong emphasis on academic success? What kinds of academic, life skills and other support are offered to athletes?
  • Check out track program websites for schools to see what you can learn about their teams and get a feel for how you might fit in. Are they a distance school or a sprint school? A jumps school or a throws school? Or are they more balanced across the events? Do they want to be competitive as a team at the national level or do they focus more on competing at the conference level? How many coaches are there? Does the team include both men and women or are men's and women's programs run by separate coaching staffs? What kinds of facilities do they have for indoor and outdoor track?
  • Many college athletes do not complete their full collegiate eligibility due to injury, loss of passion for the sport or other factors. Choose a school you will want to attend and a place you will enjoy living, even if you're not competing in your sport. 
  • Cast the net wide and use the criteria that matter most to you to narrow your choices.

Proactively Promote Yourself Positively

  • Make sure your NCAA Eligibility Center application is complete.
  • For the schools you want to pursue, find their recruiting questionnaire on their athletic website. Each sport has their own questionnaire. You will get lots of practice filling out forms!
  • Once you have filled out the questionnaire, email your event coach and/or the team's recruiting coordinator to introduce yourself and let them know that you have filled out their online questionnaire. Coaches' emails can usually be found under the roster for the team.
  • Make your email concise, friendly and respectful. Use bulletpoints to highlight your accomplishments for easier reading for the coaches and include a link to your stats on MileSplit or MaxPreps. Personalize the letter to tell the coach about some of your research and why you are specifically interested in that school or program. 
  • If you compete in sprints or field events, consider making a highlights video, sharing it on youtube and linking to that in your email as well. Here are examples of highlight videos Connor Turnage made on his home computer for his sophomore and junior seasons. 
  • Cultivate a strong, positive relationship with your high school coach. College coaches will contact your high school coaches to ask about your work ethic and the quality of their interactions with you as a student athlete. Don't expect your coaches to be anything but completely honest, and give them great things to say about you.
  • Think carefully about what you're posting on Twitter, Instagram, Facebook, etc. Don't think for a second that college coaches won't check in to see what you're doing out there. Put your best foot forward, even in the places you think nobody is looking.

Know the Rules of the Recruiting Process

  • Each association (NCAA and NAIA) and each division (D1, D2, D3) have their own set of rules regarding when and how coaches can contact athletes; however, athletes may contact coaches at any time by phone, email, social media, etc. Click here for details on recruiting rules and calendars.
  • If a coach invites you to their school and plans on paying for any part of your visit, this is considered an "official" visit. You are allowed 5 official visits to D1 and D2 schools combined (only 1 per school, beginning no sooner than the first day of your senior year). Smaller schools have smaller recruiting budgets so you may need to invest in taking a visit at your own expense.
  • You are allowed an unlimited number of "unofficial" visits to D1 and D2 schools. You are also allowed an unlimited number of D3 and NAIA school visits. If you plan on visiting a college without being invited by the coach, contact the coach ahead of time to try to set up a time to meet him/her while you are on campus. 

A Word About Recruiting Services 

You don't have to run many Google searches on athletic recruiting before you run into sites like NCSA, Be Recruited and others that offer to help you find a college athletic scholarship. These companies provide great information and resources, some for free, and some for a price. In pursuit of track scholarships, you can do the same promotion these recruiting services offer on your own very successfully and in a way that is targeted to your interests and criteria using the information outlined above. In our experience, college coaches prefer to interact directly with student athletes.

Final Thoughts for Parents

Read that last sentence again, parents. College coaches prefer to interact directly with student athletes. Support your student athlete in researching schools and programs, completing questionnaires, drafting emails, following up to return emails or phone calls, practicing conversations with coaches, and figuring out what questions they need to ask. But let them fill out the forms and write the emails, make the phone calls, and keep the conversation flowing. Help them think about finances. Coach them on how and when to talk about scholarships and how to engage in negotiations or clarify offers. Let them own as much of the process as they can. This may be the biggest decision of their young lives, and it means a lot to them and to prospective coaches to know that you trust them to make it wisely.

Disclaimer: This represents our best effort to provide accurate information based on our own understanding and experience. Recruiting rules are multifaceted, change over time, and differ depending on the athletic association and/or division. If you have a question about specific NCAA rules, your best sources are college coaches/recruiting coordinators and the NCAA website. 

Wednesday, March 26, 2014

Video of Coach Walker and HRHS Runners

The story that aired on Channel 4 last Sunday featuring Coach Kenny Walker is now available online. Many of our athletes are part of the video. They were running hard and looked great that day! If you don't see the video below, click here to view it on the CBS Denver website. Our thanks go out to HRHS parent, Tom Helmer, who produced and reported this great story!

Monday, March 24, 2014

Spring Break Practices and Mandatory Austin Meeting

Just a reminder that we have practices on Tuesday and Wednesday 9-11 AM for ALL ATHLETES. Anyone who is out of town should work out on their own. Click here for workouts.

ALL ATHLETES TRAVELING TO AUSTIN: There is a mandatory Austin team meeting at 10:30 AM on Tuesday. See you there!

Take some time over Spring Break to promote our Schwan's Fundraising Campaign to family, friends and neighbors.

  • If you've already signed up, go to your personal fundraising page and share on Facebook, Twitter or by email. 
  • If you haven't signed up yet, click here and then click Join Now at the bottom of the page to get your own personal fundraising page. 
  • If you just want to support our campaign by buying an eCertificate or placing an order, click here then click Support Now at the top of the page. 
  • Our goal is $3,000 and with 30 days left, we're about 10% of the way there. Go Falcons!

Saturday, March 22, 2014

JV Pictures, a BIG Thank You, and HRHS Track on TV

JV Pictures

Saturday was wintry, but Thursday was a beautiful day for a track meet. Click here to see over 400 pictures from the JV meet at HRHS. Thanks to parent Mark Kreutz and our team manager Katie Demchak for being our photographers. Feel free to download, print, or use these photos on your social media networks. We love helping our athletes share their efforts and achievements with family and friends. And we especially love the team camaraderie we saw at this meet!

Thank You!

HRHS Track Boosters send out a BIG THANK YOU to the 43 families who have already contributed booster fees to date. Your contributions will help offset some of the additional costs of new uniforms, coaches, and field implements that our program budget from the school does not cover. They also help us provide traditions the athletes love like Chocolate Milk Mondays, Ice Cream Thursdays, and team celebrations of PR's with CaPRi Suns for all those athletes who achieve a new PR each week. With a record 130 athletes, our expenses for these traditions are up this year!

If you have not yet contributed to the HRHS Track Boosters, it's not too late, and it's easy to do online! The booster fee is $60, and any amount you contribute goes directly to support our athletes and our program. Click the button below to contribute online.

Our athletes and parents are in the middle of our Schwan's Fundraising Campaign that ends April 26. Click here for more details.   Click here to see our participating athletes and to support our team.

HRHS Track Featured on Channel 4

Last Wednesday, Channel 4 visited our practice and took a lot of video for a feature story on Coach Kenny Walker and the HRHS track team. The feature is scheduled to air on Channel 4 at 10:30 PM on Sunday, March 23. Don't miss it!

Meet Cancellation

Coaches have been assessing the weather situation since 5:30 AM. With temperatures not expected to reach 40F and expected to begin dropping by noon with precipitation, the chances of injury are high. Our coaches have decided that HRHS Track will not compete in today's Sabercat Invitational. 

Practice for Varsity and JV is on Monday - Wednesday @ 9-11 AM next week or, for those who are traveling over Spring Break, click here for workouts to do on your own.

Our Schwan's Fundraiser continues through Spring Break and until April 26. We've asked our kids to make a push to sell at least one eCertificate during Spring Break. If everyone who has signed up as a fundraiser sells just one eCertificate, we will easily exceed $1000 and be well on our way to raising the $3000 that is our team goal for this campaign. Click here to support our team.

Friday, March 21, 2014

Saturday's Meet -- CANCELED

The weather forecast looks more like winter than spring for Saturday's Sabercat Invitational at Sports Authority Stadium, but the meet is currently on as scheduled.  CANCELED.  Click here for details.

Coaches amended arrival times at today's practice; athletes should arrive at the stadium at least 90 minutes before their first events. Click here for the meet schedule.

Please check your email or our website around 8 AM Saturday or before you leave home for the meet. We will post any changes or updates as soon as they become available.

Thursday, March 20, 2014

Spring Break Workouts

If you will be in town over Spring Break, plan to come to practices on Friday, March 21 and Monday through Wednesday, March 24-26 at 9-11 AM.

For those who are traveling over Spring Break, it's very important to keep training, and everyone needs to be working out on Thursday and Friday, even though coaches and some of our team members will be traveling to Austin.  Click here for workouts to do on your own.


Our Schwan's fundraising continues through April 26. Share your fundraising page with friends on Facebook, Twitter or email and encourage them to support HRHS Track through our campaign. Click here to support our team. 

Tuesday, March 18, 2014

This Week in Track: March 17-22

It's a short week of school, but a regular week of track this week! Here are all the details:

Thursday, March 20 @ 3:30 pm - JV Meet @ HRHS
  • Varsity will practice at 3pm
  • All varsity athletes need to stay for the entire meet to help time, set hurdles, run field events, etc. 
  • All JV athletes need to stay for the entire meet 
  • Click here for order of events
Friday, March 21 @ 9 - 11 am - Practice @ HRHS 

Saturday, March 22 - Varsity Meet
  • Sabercat Invite @ Sports Authority Stadium (click for map)
  • Field Events Start @ 8:45; Running Events Start @ 9:00 - click for schedule
  • All athletes arrive at the stadium by 8 AM
  • For anyone who needs a ride, be at school before 7:30AM
  • All competitors need to stay until the end of the meet

Looking Ahead:
  • Varsity and JV Practice Mon-Wed, March 24-26 @ 9-11 AM
  • Coaches and athletes travel to Texas March 27-31
  • Next Meets:  JV Thursday, 4/3; Varsity Saturday, 4/5 
  • Click for our complete calendar

Sunday, March 16, 2014

Meet Results and Photos

Thursday was a great day for our first JV meet. We don't have any photos to share from the meet, but we will have LOTS of photos after this week's home JV meet at HRHS on Thursday so stay tuned! If you would like to share photos from JV or Varsity meets online, please email Kim Turnage.

Friday was our first Team Dinner of the season. Thank you to the Rex's and their co-hosts!

The weather was not our friend on Saturday, but we do have photos and official results to share.

Click here for official results from the ThunderRidge Invitational. This was our first state qualifying meet of the year. Congratulations to Trevor Rex, whose 6'8" high jump on Saturday met the national elite gold standard and will probably secure his berth at the state meet. The wind was definitely a factor for many of our athletes this weekend. Keep in mind that any sprint or horizontal jump with trailing wind greater than 2.0 m/s is considered wind-aided and does not count as a state qualifying mark. Click here to learn more about how state qualification works in Colorado.

It's almost impossible to capture images of every athlete at any one meet. If we missed you or your athlete this week, keep watching in the weeks to come. Every year it's our goal to get multiple shots of all our athletes. Click here for this week's photos from the varsity meet. Thanks to HRHS parents, Joe Diethorn and Rick Turnage for contributing photos of the ThunderRidge Invitational.

Tuesday, March 11, 2014

Supporting HRHS Track Never Tasted So Good!!

The 2014 HRHS Track Team continues to grow - we're at over 130 athletes now! Will you help provide uniforms, field equipment and additional coaches for our athletes through our Schwan's Cares Fundraising effort in one or more of these ways?

  1. Join our fundraising team. You received an email inviting you to join our team. Use email, Facebook and Twitter to invite your friends and relatives to buy $25 eCoupons (one per customer) and order from Schwan's over the next 45 days (until April 26). We receive $10 for every eCoupon sold and 20% of every order.
  2. Order Schwan's products. Start with one $25 eCoupon. HRHS Track receives 40% -- $10 for every coupon (one per customer). But don't stop there! We receive 20% of every product you order between now and April 26. Click here for our Schwan's Cares Fundraising Page to get started.
  3. Keep ordering Schwan's all year. After April 26th and for one full caledar year, HRHS Track receives 5% of every order you place. 

Not a Schwan's customer yet?  This is for you!
Already a Schwan's customer?  This is for you too!

Click here for the Schwan's full color product guide
What will you order first? (Our coaches vote for ice cream!)

The Good, your friends, and your family get great ice cream, pizza, and other high quality frozen food delivered directly to your door. No collecting, no delivering - Schwan's handles everything - from ordering, to payments, to delivery. And HRHS Track gets part of the proceeds!  Win-Win-Win!

Click here for our Schwan's Cares Fundraising Page to purchase eCoupons and place orders. And stay tuned for updates on how we are progressing during the 45-day campaign.

Here's more information on how you can order either online or by phone:

CC Morgan Honored as Colorado All-Star

HRHS Senior, CC Morgan, has been selected to "The Show 2014," the Colorado All-Star Basketball game sponsored by the Denver Nuggets. One of the top basketball players in the state, CC helped Ranch win one state basketball title and one second place finish. She has also placed in the state track meet twice for the Falcons, and has helped five relay teams qualify for the state meet in her career. Her specialities are the long jump and the sprint events. CC is a straight A student who has received a full scholarship to attend and play basketball at the University of Denver next fall. Congratulations, CC, and good luck at The Show! Click here for more details and ticket information.

Help Needed for Team Dinners

Our first team dinner has been rescheduled for this Friday, March 14 @ 5:30 at the Rex's house. Because of the date change from last week, our original co-hosts are not available to help Friday. Co-hosting is a fun way to meet more athletes and get to know other parents. If you can help on Friday, please click to email Gigi Rex. All you need to bring is a smile!

We are still looking for volunteers to help co-host and/or provide food for the rest of our scheduled team dinners on April 18, April 24, and May 9.  Click here to contact Gigi if you would like to help out on any of those dates. Dinners usually start around 5:30-6:30, depending on the team's meet and practice schedule that week.

Monday, March 10, 2014

This Week in Track: March 10-15

This week we're hitting the reset button and hoping for better weekend weather. Neither of last week's meets will be rescheduled so we are moving forward with our original schedule for this week. Here are the highlights (remember you can always check our calendar for scheduling info):

Wednesday, March 12 @ 5-8 PM 
  • Shoe Night @ Road Runner Sports @ 5-8 PM  (click here for details)
  • Launch of our Schwan's Cares team fundraiser. Watch for an email to get started!
Thursday, March 13 -- JV MEET
Friday, March 14 -- TEAM DINNER
Saturday, March 15 -- VARSITY MEET
  •  ThunderRidge Invitational @ Sports Authority (click here for map)
  • Athletes need to arrive at the track by 8AM
  • For anyone who needs a ride, coaches will leave the HRHS student lot at 7:30AM
  • Click here for schedule of events (note: most meets will run on a rolling schedule and will start events earlier than scheduled if the meet is running ahead--times are estimates only)
  • Coaches and parents can find each other in the stands near the finish line. We hope to see lots of parents there to support our Falcons!
If you're planning ahead for Spring Break, please mark your calendar for team practices including Varsity and JV on Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday, March 24-26 @ 9 - 11 AM.

Saturday, March 8, 2014

What will it take to make it to State?

This weekend's weather leaves many Colorado athletes, including ours, just dreaming about state qualifying marks and new PRs. Next Saturday, athletes across the state will start defining what kinds of marks it will take to get to State in 2014. Making it to State is the pinnacle of the high school track experience, and we celebrate our athletes who achieve that goal! Click here for pictures and results for HRHS's 2013 State Qualifiers. 

Qualifying for State is all about performance. The top 18 marks in each classification qualify, and starting next week varsity athletes will be able to track where they rank in their events on State Leaderboards. For more details on how State qualifying works in Colorado and how to follow State Leaderboards this season, click here.

What kinds of marks should our athletes be setting their sights on if they want to get to State this year? What it took to qualify last year might be our best guess for what it will take this year. Coach Alan Versaw over at Colorado Track XC (aka Colorado MileSplit) graciously gave us permission to publish the 5A data from this season's "What Did It Take" series.

2013 5A Boys minimum qualifying marks by event 
(the number in parentheses is the number of seniors in last year's state field for the event)
[Brackets indicate HRHS results in the 2013 State Meet]

100 meter dash - 11.07 (7)

200 meter dash - 22.38 (7)

400 meter dash - 50.36 (9)

800 meter run - 1:58.87 (9)

1600 meter run - 4:29.22 (7)

3200 meter run - 9:58.33 (5)

100 meter hurdles - 15.45 (10)

300 meter hurdles - 40.78 (12)

4x100 meter relay - 43.89 - [HRHS placed 7th]

4x200 meter relay - 1:31.10 - [HRHS placed 7th]

4x400 meter relay - 3:27.45

4x800 meter relay - 8:11.39

High jump - 6-3 (5) - [HRHS placed 3rd]

Pole vault - 13-0 (6)

Long jump - 21-3.5 (7) - [HRHS placed 2nd & 6th]

Triple jump - 42-9.5 (10) - [HRHS placed 1st]

Shot put - 46-8 (13) 

Discus throw - 139-7 (11) - [HRHS placed 11th]

2013 5A Girls minimum qualifying marks by event
(the number in parentheses is the number of seniors in last year's state field for the event)
[Brackets indicate HRHS results in the 2013 State Meet]

100 meter dash - 12.53 (7)

200 meter dash - 25.70 (10)

400 meter dash - 58.67 (7) - [HRHS placed 12th]

800 meter run - 2:18.37 (4) - [HRHS placed 5th]

1600 meter run - 5:11.85 (7)

3200 meter run - 11:24.20 (8)

100 meter hurdles - 15.62 (5)

300 meter hurdles - 46.82 (6)

4x100 meter relay - 50.17 - [HRHS placed 12th]

4x200 meter relay - 1:45.18

4x400 meter relay - 4:04.77 - [HRHS placed 15th]

4x800 meter relay - 9:46.12

800 meter sprint medley relay - 1:50.67 - [HRHS placed 10th]

High jump - 5-2 (7)

Pole vault - 9-8 (11)

Long jump - 17-3 (6) - [HRHS placed 8th]

Triple jump - 35-4.75 (8)

Shot put - 34-5 (12)

Discus throw - 107-7 (9)

Used with permission from Colorado Track XC. Colorado Track XC provides the most comprehensive coverage of high school track and field in the state. Some of their content is freely available, but lots of the best analysis (including the analysis above) is available only by subscription. Click here for subscription details.

Friday, March 7, 2014

March 8 Meet Canceled

The Varsity meet scheduled for Saturday, March 8 has been officially canceled.

JV Meet Canceled - Varsity Meet CANCELED

The JV Meet for Friday, March 7 is CANCELED.
Team Dinner is also CANCELED for Friday night.


Saturday's VARSITY meet start time has been DELAYED to 11 AM (see attached for change in schedule times). Varsity athletes should arrive at the track no later than 10AM. If you need a ride, we will leave from the HRHS student lot at 9:30 AM.

A decision will be made by 6AM Saturday about whether the Varsity meet will run. Please watch for updates as information becomes available.

Thursday, March 6, 2014

Schedule Changes for March 7

Update:  Varsity Meet for March 8 has been CANCELED.

Update: JV Meet and Team Dinner for March 7 are CANCELED. Varsity has practice March 7 @ 3:10 (optional for JV).

Our team dinner on Friday, March 7 will start at 5:30 PM. This allows athletes who want to attend the HRHS Basketball playoff game extra time for dinner before heading to the game. The dinner is on, rain or shine! Here are all the details:

Friday's weather forecast is sounding a lot more like Winter than Spring. If the JV meet is canceled for weather, we will send out an email blast as soon as we have word. Please check your email periodically between now and then for an update. The forecast for Saturday looks more favorable, but if there are any schedule changes for Saturday's varsity meet, we will let you know as soon as we know. Click here for all the details about this weekend's meets. 

Tuesday, March 4, 2014

This Week in Track: March 3 - 8

It was great to see everyone at our Parent Meeting Monday night! This week we kick off the competition season with these events:

Tuesday, March 4
Friday, March 7
Saturday, March 8 -- CANCELED
  • Varsity Meet @ Sports Authority Stadium  DELAYED   CANCELED
    • From HRHS take Lincoln (toward Parker)/Right on Chambers
    • Click for a map
    • Athletes need to arrive by 8am 10AM For anyone who needs a ride, we will leave from the HRHS student parking lot at 7:30 am. 9:30AM
    • Click here for schedule updated schedule
**Meet hosts will make a call on whether or not the meet will run at 6AM on Saturday. Watch for further updates as they become available.

Coaches and parents can find each other in the stands near the finish line. We hope to see lots of parents there to support our Falcons!


If you haven't been to our website yet, click here to check it out. 

Shoe Night at Road Runner Sports

We will have two HRHS Track Shoe Nights at Road Runner Sportson on Tuesday, March 4 and Wednesday, March 12  (5-8PM).  Our athletes will receive special discounts on running shoes and spikes on these nights.

Road Runner Sports
Meadows Marketplace
8457 S. Yosemite St.
Lone Tree, CO 80124

Road Runner Sports supports HRHS Track and is a major sponsor of our May 3 HRHS Memorial Meet.  Be sure to mention HRHS Track when you're at the store to receive your discount and thank them for supporting our team!

Monday, March 3, 2014

Please Read, Print & Sign for Tonight's Parent Meeting

We're looking forward to seeing you at the HRHS Track Parent Meeting tonight at 6:45 in the HRHS Library. 

Each year, the coaches prepare a Handbook for athletes and their parents to help answer some FAQ's and to provide guidelines and best practices for team interactions, nutrition, sleep, and other factors related to athletic performance. Here is a link to the 2014 HRHS Track Handbook. Please take some time to review it with your athlete this week in preparation for our first meet.

The last page of the handbook is a Covenant that we ask all athletes and their parents to read and sign each year. Please print this page and bring it with you to tonight's meeting. We will collect them and will also have a time for parents to ask any questions they may have about information contained in the handbook during our meeting tonight. For ease of printing, here is a separate link to the covenant page only.**

See you tonight!!

**The easiest way to print this document is to open the link and then click on the printer icon. If you cannot print the document, email Kim and she will send it to you as an attachment.


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