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Santa Fe High School Future Frosh Night Principal – Craig Campbell Athletic Director – Santa Fe High School Future Frosh Night Principal – Craig Campbell Athletic Director – Steve Hendry Asst. Athletic Director – Michael Geren

What is Future Frosh Night? Each year, Santa Fe High School invites eighthgraders and What is Future Frosh Night? Each year, Santa Fe High School invites eighthgraders and their parents to attend Future Frosh Night. Teachers, students, and administrators provide valuable information about the classes and programs available to ALL incoming freshmen. The evening provides information about our exemplary programs including: Advanced Placement courses and challenging Honors programs; rigorous academics; college preparation and counseling; innovative career academies; top athletics programs; visual and performing arts programs; extensive support services; and exciting extracurricular activities.

Santa Fe High School Facts Part of the Whittier Union High School District California, Santa Fe High School Facts Part of the Whittier Union High School District California, La Serna Pioneer, Santa Fe, Whittier, Frontier Public High School founded in 1954 serving 9 -12 grade (approx. 2400 students) from the cities of Santa Fe Springs, Downey, Norwalk, Pico Rivera, and Whittier

WHAT is Future Frosh Night? What? Incoming freshmen learn about Santa Fe High School, WHAT is Future Frosh Night? What? Incoming freshmen learn about Santa Fe High School, graduation / college entrance requirements, sports and extra-curricular activities. Incoming freshmen get a chance to meet some teachers, counselors, coaches, administrators, and other staff.

Where? PARKING LOT current students greet 9 th graders and parents upon arrival NORTH Where? PARKING LOT current students greet 9 th graders and parents upon arrival NORTH GYM – a “pep-rally” kicks off the festivities; V. I. P. introductions and student speeches CLASSROOMS – “break-out” sessions with counselors, teachers, and coaches STUDENT QUADS – sports/clubs information booths

WHEN is Future Frosh Night? When? Each high school in the district hosts the WHEN is Future Frosh Night? When? Each high school in the district hosts the event on the same day and same time in the spring. We distribute this “flyer” to our middle schools weeks in advance. ALL eighth grade families are encouraged to attend our event.

Future Frosh Nigh AGENDA 5: 30 -6: 00 -6: 15 -6: 25 -6: 35 Future Frosh Nigh AGENDA 5: 30 -6: 00 -6: 15 -6: 25 -6: 35 -6: 45 7: 00 -7: 15 7: 20 -7: 35 7: 40 -8: 00 5: 30 -8: 00 Red Carpet Greeting Band, Cheer, & Dance National Anthem Choir Principal’s Welcome Principal ASB Video Orientation Counselors Drum Line Performance Athletic’s Presentation Asst. Athletic Director Athlete’s Perspectives Dance Team Performance ASB Welcome Asst. Principal of Activities Freshmen Perspective Freshmen Class President Breakout Session #1 SFHS Athletics (Hendry/Geren) Breakout Session #2* Breakout Session #3* (*Honors & Advanced Placement, Private School to Public School Transition, College & Career, Zangle) Sports & Club Rush Band Quad

WHY do we host Future Frosh Night? Why? The goal is to sell our WHY do we host Future Frosh Night? Why? The goal is to sell our school and help make the transition from middle school to high school as smooth as possible. We encourage ALL of our future students to get involved somehow on campus.

Getting Involved Getting Involved

Santa Fe High School Athletics Steve Hendry (Athletic Director) Michael Geren (Asst. Athletic Director) Santa Fe High School Athletics Steve Hendry (Athletic Director) Michael Geren (Asst. Athletic Director) Joe Gibbs ‘ 59 NFL Coach Steve Folsom ‘ 76 NFL Player Tammy Jernigan ‘ 77 U. S. Astronaut Mark Kotsay ‘ 93 MLB Player / Coach Laura Berg ‘ 93 Olympic Gold Medalist NCAA Coach Rod Barajas ‘ 93 MLB Player Your Name Here Class of 2020

Athletics Breakout Session Topics: 1. Reasons to Participate 2. Participation Requirements 3. Athletic “Roles” Athletics Breakout Session Topics: 1. Reasons to Participate 2. Participation Requirements 3. Athletic “Roles” 4. Sports Offered

Reasons to Participate Source: National Federation of State High School Associations (NFHS), “The Case Reasons to Participate Source: National Federation of State High School Associations (NFHS), “The Case for High School Sports” Scholar-Athletes Scholars (Non-Athletes) Average grade-point average is The average number of days 2. 98 missed is 6. 3 The dropout percentage is 2. 17 missed is 11. 9 0. 6% The dropout percentage is 99. 4% The graduation rate of is The graduation rate is 10. 32% 93. 51%

Participation Requirements 1. Complete the “Athletic Packet” Ø Emergency Cards, Proof of Medical Insurance Participation Requirements 1. Complete the “Athletic Packet” Ø Emergency Cards, Proof of Medical Insurance 2. Physical Examination by a doctor Ø Ø Sports Physicals will be offered at Santa Fe High School Tuesday, May 31 @ 5 pm ($30) 2. 0 3. Minimum G. P. A. of and no more than one “F” or one “U” 4. Try-out and make the team

Athletic “Roles” 1. Players Play 2. Coaches Coach 3. Officials Officiate 4. Parents Cheer Athletic “Roles” 1. Players Play 2. Coaches Coach 3. Officials Officiate 4. Parents Cheer

Chain of Command 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. Coach Head Coach Athletic Director Assistant Chain of Command 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. Coach Head Coach Athletic Director Assistant Principal of Activities Principal

Sports Offered (Aug. – Nov. ) (Nov. – Feb. ) Fall Sports Winter Sports Sports Offered (Aug. – Nov. ) (Nov. – Feb. ) Fall Sports Winter Sports Cross Country (Feb. – May) Football Volleyball (Girls) Tennis (Girls) Water Polo (Boys) Girls Golf Spring Sports Baseball Boys / Girls Basketball Golf Boys / Girls Soccer Softball Water Polo (Girls) Swimming Boys / Girls Tennis (Boys) Wrestling Track Volleyball (Boys) Questions / Concerns Steve Hendry (Athletic Director) 562 -698 -8121 ext. 4081

Santa Fe High School Thank You ! Craig Campbell - Principal 562 -698 -8121 Santa Fe High School Thank You ! Craig Campbell - Principal 562 -698 -8121 ext. 4000 craig. [email protected] org Steve Hendry – Athletic Director 562 -698 -8121 ext. 4081 steve. [email protected] org Michael Geren – Asst. Athletic Director 562 -698 -8121 ext. 4275 michael. [email protected] org