Coach: Ms. Pleasants
Fall Try Out Information
Coach: Mr. Flores
Winter Try Out Information
Spring Try Out Information:
Calero High School students have two opportunities to participate in sports programs:
Calero High School students may participate in their home school's after school sports programs if they fulfill the academic eligibility. Contact your home school for schedule, eligibility and procedures.
Calero High School is also involved in the South Bay Athletic League with three other small high schools. The small school league plays co-ed volleyball, basketball, and softball during the school day as part of their curriculum.
See calendar on homepage for league schedule.
All forms must be completed and returned to Ms. Hillary.
Required Paperwork for all sports include:
The Calero High School student/athlete is held to a high standard. Since all games are played during the school day and participation is part of the school's curriculum, students must earn the opportunity to participate.
Minimum GPA: 2.0 (NO F's)
Eligibility is determined by grading periods, not School Loop Grades
If you are ineligible, the coach can immediately remove you from the team
You must attend class the day of a contest
If you are suspended from class, you cannot participate for the duration of your suspension
All athletes are expected to be model students inside and outside the classroom
All SBAL rules will be followed
If caught under the influence or in possession of drugs, alcohol, or any other substance during the season, you will be immediately removed from the team for the remainder of the season
Other school-related infractions could also result in removal from the team or other disciplinary action. These may include, but are not limited to, defiance, unsportsmanlike conduct, inappropriate comments on social media outlets (ex. Twitter, Instagram, Facebook, etc.)
Student Accident Insurance / Health Insurance
The District has contracted with Pacific Educators, Inc. to provide information for student insurance. The East Side Union High School District does not provide medical, accident or dental insurance for students injured on school premises or through school activities. In accordance with Education Code Section 49472, the District is making available a low cost medical/dental accident insurance program. We urge that serious consideration be given to these programs through Pacific Educators, Inc.
Parents may insure their child for School-Time or 24-hour-a-day Coverage Plans or optional Tackle Football Coverage. Please call the number below or visit Pacific Educators Insurance Service website at www.peinsurance.com for further information, assistance or online registration.
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