May 20

May 20-22nd

Players:

1.  If you would like me to order any cleats or gloves for you, I need your order form and money by Friday, May 22nd.  The first order will go in on Monday.  The next order will not be until the middle of June.

2.  PLEASE get your physical done on Friday.  Doctors will be here at the school from 5-8 pm.  Cost is $20.  You must have a physical before you can participate in team camp on June 29th.  If you are getting a physical through your own doctor, please print off the school form and take it with you.  It is under “players” and “forms.”

3.  Seniors, we will have a Senior Leadership Meeting on Friday, May 22nd at 7 AM.  We will have the Eagle Challenge Draft on Wed. May 27th at 8 AM in my classroom.  Please put these meetings on your calendars.

May 13

Recap of Spring Parent Meet

Monday night was the Spring Football Meeting to give all summer info regarding this season for 9th-12th graders.

Here is a recap, if you were unable to attend:

1.  The summer calendar is located on this website under the menu “Calendar.”  This will be the most up to date source for dates and times.  Please check this website often.

a.  upcoming dates to be aware of:

i) May 22nd – Physicals at MMHS.  Each player (9th-12th grade) will need an up to date physical.  They are good for 1 calendar year.  We bring in doctors to do them at                  the school.  It is very convenient.  The cost is $20.

All 10th-12th grade players will also need to go on to Registermyathlete.com to fill out registration paperwork.

ii) May 27th – Eagle Challenge Draft, Senior Football Players Only.  8 AM in my classroom.

iii) May 28th – AF 7 on 7, 11th-12th graders only.  Meet by the tennis courts at 5:15 to carpool.

b.  We have several tournaments and camps that players can sign up for.  It is not mandatory, however it is recommended.  Sign ups for ALL activities are in Coach                                   Burtenshaw’s room or in the weight room.  Dates and Costs are:

*to play in a 7 on 7 tournament, you will need to buy the uniform.  $25 to the finance office or Coach Burtenshaw.  It is a one time fee and you keep the jersey and shorts

i)  Amercian Fork 7 on 7.  Varsity Only (11th-12th graders) Thursdays – May 28th, June 4, June 11th.  No cost.

II) Ute Shoot 7 on 7 Tournament and Lineman Challenge.  All Players invited.  Saturday June 6th.  Cost $20

iii) Wasatch 7 on 7 Tournament and Lineman Challenge.  All Players invited.  Friday June 12th – JV Tournament, Saturday, June 13th – Varsity Tournament and                              Lineman Challenge.  Cost $20

iv) BYU 7 on 7 Tournament and Lineman Challenge.  All Players invited.  Saturday, June 20th.  Cost $20

v)  Maple Mountain Team Camp.  All Players invited and recommended to attend.  Monday, June 29th – July 2nd.  Cost $200

2.  Costs.  Playing football is a great, but the costs do add up.  Here is a breakdown of what it costs to play football.

i)  10th – 12th graders.

a) 7 on 7 tournaments $20 each tournament/lineman challenge (optional), 7 on 7 Uniform $25 (mandatory – if playing in tournaments)

b) Team Camp $200 (which includes food, transportation, activities, equipment rental, uniform fee, and game socks)  (recommended)

c) Football Fee $140 (10th – 12th graders playing football, but NOT going to camp.  includes all of the above at camp except for food, travel, and activities)  (mandatory)

d) Nebo School District Participation Fee $80 (mandatory)

e) Player Pack and Optional Gear. Ranges from $60 up.  You may print off an order form by clicking on “playes corner”, then “forms”  Or they will bea available from                          Coach Burtenshaw in his classroom or in the weight room.

f)  ALL MONEY MAY BE TURNED INTO THE MMHS FINANCE OFFICE, OR COACH BURTENSHAW.

ii) 9th graders

a)  Are welcome and invited to attend the Ute Shoot, Wasatch 7 on 7, BYU 7 on 7, and MMHS Team Camp.  Same cost as the high school players. (optional)

b)  9th grade registration fee $200 (covers rental of field, officials, Cougar Conference league registration) (mandatory)

3.  9th grade players

Freshman are welcome and invited to come and participate in as many things as permitted by high school rules.  All workouts, throwing practice, fundraisers, team                         activities, etc. are open to them.  As August begins you will receive more information from Coach Wills about breaking away from the high school program and having your           own practices and games.

4.  Summer Team Building

We have a summer team building program called the Eagle Challenge.  Players are divided into 10 teams and each summer activity they participate in will earn points                   individually and for their team.  It is a summer long contest, based on attendance, with the goal of winning the latest “swag bag” gift of rewards and prizes. Players: you get           points for EVERYTHING! So show up and know that it is important for you to be at as much as possible to prepare you for the season.  If you do have other commitments –           there is NO PUNISHMENT – you simply don’t get the points for attending.

5.  Eligibility

a) in order to participate on the high school team, you must meet the following critieria:

i)  Minimum of 2.0 GPA from 4th term of the prior year.  MMHS Football requires 2.5, or a plan to get there.

ii) No more than 1 F from the 4th term of the prior year.  MMHS Football requires NO F’s, or start meeting with Coach

b)  10th graders when you register for school – register for Advanced Conditioning, which will be period B-3.  That is our football class.

c)  11th-12th graders when registering for school, select Advanced Conditioning, period B-4

6.  Booster Club

a) Any parents wanting to get involved with our booster club, we would love the help.  Please contact the Football Mom over your son’s grade.  Their contact info is on this                website.  Following the Boosters Menu, 2015 Football Mom’s Link.

7.  Summer Expectations

     a)  Be there when you can – not only when convenient

     b)  Great Effort – WORK

     c)  Great Attitude – TEAM FIRST

 

“The Future Belongs To Those Who Show Up For IT!”

 

Apr 28

Summer Parent Meeting

Attention all players and parents:

We will have a summer parent meeting outlining schedules, costs, information, etc. for summer football.

Who:  All interested 9th -12th graders AND their parents

When:  Monday, May 11

Time:  6 PM

Location:  High school Cafeteria

We will talk about everything going on this summer, as well as make player packs available for order that night.  Please plan on attending.

Mar 04

Utah Football Academy

Attention all those players that are looking for a way to improve your skills this spring.  The Utah Football Academy will be hosting another camp in April.  This is produced by QB Elite and their founders Ty Detmer and Dustin Smith.

Please follow this link to register.

Utah Football Academy

Register quickly, because this camp fills up fast.  Their are limited numbers at each position to keep the instruction high quality.

Jan 10

Weight Lifting Clinic – January 22, 2015

Click here - Weight Lifting Clinic

Jan 05

Winter Weights

Attention all Football players 8th-11th grades.   Our weight room will be open for you to use on Monday, Wednesday and Thursday nights from 5-6 PM.  There will be a Coach to open, supervise, and lock up.

Nov 24

Banquet and Equipment

Please remember to come to the banquet tomorrow.  Best Dress.

 

Last day to turn in Football equipment will be Tuesday after school.  We will be in the shed under the visitor bleachers.  Please make sure to turn it in by then so we can get an inventory and prep for next year’s orders.

*9th graders may still turn in equipment Tuesday after school also.

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