SBMS Boy’s Athletic Expectations

SBMS Athletic Expectations

 

At South Belton Middle School, Our Boy’s Athletic Program will create teams that promote excellence and growth of student-athletes in both academics and athletics by adhering to a set of core values and align with BISD Athletic Programs as a whole.

 

SBMS Core Values:

 

Accountability: We will hold each other and ourselves to the highest standards.

Character: We will act with honor and integrity in all that we do.

Discipline: We will do right at all times.

Toughness: We will be physically and mentally tougher than our opponents.

Competition: We will compete regardless of the circumstances or situation.

 

Expectations:

 

Accountability: It will be expected for Student-Athletes of SBMS: to arrive and be ready on time for all scheduled team activities; to communicated missed practices or games before absence when possible; to complete classroom work and meet grade requirements for participation

Character: It will be expected for Student-Athletes of SBMS: to respected coaches, officials, teachers, administrators, opposing teams, and spectators; to help those around me when possible; to work on choosing the team over oneself

Discipline: It will be expected for Student-Athletes of SBMS: to do what is asked when asked; to be mentally involved when not physically involved with a drill;

Toughness: It will be expected for Student-Athletes of SBMS: to take coaching and change habits; to persevere through minor pains that are not a danger to personal health; to continue on when tired;

Competition: It will be expected for Student-Athletes of SBMS: to push others on my team and in my position to be better by working my hardest every day; to participate with all my physical and mental ability in every game, meet, or practice; to strive to win and learn from loses

 

Consequences:

 

Consequences for not meeting expectations will result in loss of playing time, one-legged bear crawls, miles, ISS, OSS, DAEP, removal from the team, removal from athletics depending on severity and repetitiveness.