Last Updated: October 24, 2016
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2016-2017 Board Announced
The Wolverine Boys Lacrosse would like to officially welcome our new board:
The following individuals are also gracious enough to lend their services as non voting Auxiliary members:
The President's role will continue to be Channing Lindsay as he completes his two year term.
The Board wishes to thank the exiting board members for all their services and dedication:
You will be missed!
2016 Wolverine lacrosse off-season program
Here are some details about our summer program, which is fully launching, soon: We intend to phase in to this by the end of this month. We also intend to have a question and answer meeting in the coming days. But for now, we wanted to get this information out.
As we’ve stated before, we will be giving a high level, thorough development experience to all players in our program.
The total price is $700, which is relatively high – but we think it’s a very good value because we’re offering much more than other programs that are similarly priced for a much shorter time span.
In summer: 2 tournaments, maybe 3, team and individual skill practices, AND an organized and efficient strength, speed and skill program – not offered anywhere else.
In fall, until mid December: We will continue the entire program. We will add on any tournaments/league play as it best serves our teams.Players will finish the program in December much stronger, faster, more skilled and much better prepared to succeed in the spring - and we expect to have a lot of fun in the process.
What we will need from each participant
We are discounting for partial/family participation, but our requirements remain that each player is engaged in some way to become stronger, faster, and better skilled at lacrosse. This can take many forms, including playing a second sport (we prefer this), we just want each player to clear what they’re doing with us.
You can find a Physical Clearance Day Flyer in the "Handouts" link!
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TEAM INFO ...
PLAYER REQUESTED DONATIONS:
The Wolverine Lacrosse Teams operate solely on donations from parents and the community. The requested donation is based on a budget to provide a quality program and excellent team experience for every boy who wants to play lacrosse on our teams, minus planned fundraising revenue, then divided equally by the number of expected players. The requested donation covers game day jerseys, balls, nets, busing, and salaries for coaches, referees, trainers, and fields. This sport receives no stipend for assistant coaches and no transportation funding from our school district, we are 100% self funded.
$650 Suggested Player Donation
Donations via Credit Card. You may use the Donate button below for any payments to Wolverine Lacrosse. Donations can be made at any time for any amount.
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If necessary, donations can be made over time. Contact Treasurer Lauren Styskal email@example.com. If the full amount is not feasible, parents and players can contribute the equivalent donation by contacting businesses in the community and selling banners, ads for our game day programs, website ads, etc. See the handout sections of this website for Sponsorship Program. Contact Karen Anapoell firstname.lastname@example.org for additional fundraising information.
Thanks for supporting Wolverine Boys' Lacrosse. We're on our way to another great year!
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Communication to Coaches
Just a reminder, please send all communication for or to coaches to their emails. Several of you have sent emails about missing practice or being ill to the booster club email. Coaches are not able to read these.
If you need to contact any of the coaches, please use the following emails:
Coach Adam Marshall: email@example.com
Coach Zach Henderson: firstname.lastname@example.org
Coach Shane Diamond: email@example.com
Click on this link or go to handouts on the left side of the page to access the rules. http://www.leaguelineup.com/handouts.asp?url=alisoniguellacrosse&sid=962158820
EQUIPMENT, MEMBERSHIPS, ETC.:
US Lacrosse. Membership in US Lacrosse is required for all non-ANHS teams and for tournaments. Becoming a member of US Lacrosse for $35 supports lacrosse at the national level, provides additional insurance benefits, and a subscription to their magazine along with access to other lacrosse resources. Join or renew today at www.uslacrosse.org. If your son is already a member, please enter your US lacrosse number when you register for an off-season team or tournament. Wolverine Lacrosse Group ID# 2557118.
Purchasing Equipment: There are many places where you can purchase new or used lacrosse equipment in the area. Please feel free to reach out to the coaching staff or our booster program for recommendations. Please note that the booster club and the coaching staff are currently working on securing a deal to purchase new helmets and gloves are an extreme discount. Stay tuned for details.
HAVE EQUIPMENT TO DONATE? Outgrown your pads or gloves? Have an extra stick? Upgraded your helmet? Support Wolverine Lacrosse by donating your used equipment so new players can give lacrosse a try. Contact Channing Lindsay at firstname.lastname@example.org to arrange pickup.
Parent Information meeting tentatively scheduled for September 14th, 2016
Off season Tournament Tentatively scheduled in November 11th-13th.
For the program to operate, we depend on parent volunteers for the following duties. If everyone commits to do a little to run our program, no one has to do a lot. When registering, please let us know how you will help with the following:
Get a jump on next season, and let us know if you would like to chair a committee for the 2015-2016 season!
Wolverine Boys' Lacrosse is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization. Our Tax ID No. is 51-0616864. Please consult your tax advisor regarding the deductibility of your donations.
Please note that the Constitution of the State of California requires that we provide a public education to you free of charge. Your right to a free education is for all school/educational activities, whether curricular or extracurricular, and whether you get a grade for the activity or class. Subject to certain exceptions, your right to a free public education means that we cannot require you or your family to purchase materials, supplies, equipment or uniforms for any school activity, nor can we require you or your family to pay security deposits for access, participation, materials, or equipment.
Any correspondence can be sent to:
ANHS Boy’s Wolverine Lacrosse