Overview
VALLEY VIEW HIGH SCHOOL
ATHLETICS

Our Goals ... The primary goals of our athletic program are as follows:
 
• To provide an athletic program that meets the expressed needs, interest, and abilities of the students, consistent with available facilities, equipment, and quality staff.

• To provide an athletic program that will satisfy both the competitive needs as well as recreational needs of the students.

• To provide equal opportunities for all students.

• To provide an athletic program that will promote the physical well-being and desirable attitudes in leadership and sportsmanship for both the participants and spectators.

• To provide an athletic program that is an integral part of the educational program.


Our Objectives ... The Valley View Student Athlete shall learn:

To work with others ... In our society a person must develop self-discipline, respect for authority, and the spirit of hard work and sacrifice. The team and its objectives must be placed above personal desires.

To be successful ... Our society is very competitive. We do not always win, be we succeed when we continually strive to do so. You learn to accept defeat only by striving to win with earnest dedication. Develop a desire to excel, learn from your failures, and always give your best effort.
To develop sportsmanship ... To accept any defeat like a true sportsman. Knowing we have done our best, we must learn to treat others, as we would have others treat us. We need to develop desirable social traits, including fair play, emotional control, honesty, cooperation, and dependability.

To improve ... Continual improvement is essential to good citizenship. As an athlete, you must establish goals and constantly strive to better yourself in order to reach those goals.

To enjoy athletics ... It is necessary for athletes to enjoy participation and all of the personal rewards to be derived from athletics.

To develop desirable personal health habits ... To be an active, contributing citizen, it is important to obtain a high degree of physical fitness through exercise and good health habits, and to develop the desire to maintain this level of physical fitness after formal competition has been completed.

Governance of Athletics
Every high school athletic program is governed by the State of California Education Code and the California Interscholastic Federation (CIF)
 
 
Eligibility Rules

To be eligible to play high school athletics, a student must have:
• A 2.0 GPA in last grading period, passing a minimum of 4 classes.
• Met Residential eligibility or Completed CIF transfer papers
• Completed the VVHS Athletic Packet that includes,
o A current physical
o Valid Medical Insurance
o Parent Permission to participate
o CIF code of ethics and Assumption of Risk
Clearance Procedures

Any student or parent can pick up a clearance packet from the athletic office or the individual coach. They can also be emailed to you by contacting gjensen@mvusd.net. Please make sure all forms are filled out completely and then return the packet to your coach to be submitted to the athletic department when you have made a team.

Physicals

All VVHS Student Athletes are required to have a yearly physical by a doctor to participate in our athletic programs. Physicals are available at the Riverside Sport Clinic M-F at 7am or 12:00 Noon for $30. Call 951 274 -3506 for more info.

Insurance

Each student must have medical insurance in order to participate in athletics. If a student is not covered by his his/her own medical insurance he/she may purchase insurance through the school. The prices are relatively inexpensive, depending on the type of medical coverage desired. See the athletic director for enrolment forms.

The League

Valley View High School is a member of the Inland Valley League. The league consists of eight area high schools: Valley View, Arlington, Canyon Springs, JW North, Riverside Poly, Rancho Verde and Vista Del Lago.






Summer Programs


An incoming 9th Grader must be registered at Valley View and have graduated from the eighth grade before he/she can be involved in any summer program. There are some athletic teams that do encourage incoming 9th graders to participate in their summer programs. Usually the fall sports of football, volleyball, tennis and girls and boys cross country will have summer programs for ninth grade participation. At the end of the school year in June, call the athletic directors office (951) 571-4865.
SPORTS SEASONS
Fall Sports: Mid August-November
Boys and Girls Cross Country
Football
Girls Tennis
Girls Volleyball
Girls Golf
Boys Water Polo

Winter Sports: November—February
Boys and Girls Basketball
Boys and Girls Soccer
Girls Water Polo
Wrestling

Spring Sports: February—May
Baseball
Boys Golf
Softball
Boys and Girls Swimming
Boys Tennis
Boys and Girls Track and Field





ATHLETIC DEPARTMENT
HEAD COACHES
Baseball Open—Justin Brown contact
Basketball (boys) Jim Long
Basketball (girls) Leigh Ann Long
Cross Country Lucky Jacobsen
Football Dan Lyons
Golf (Boys) Open
Golf (Girls) Open
Soccer (boys) John Kush
Soccer (girls) Jessica Calderon
Softball Open- Chanice Harris contact
Swimming (boys) Steve Kalinich
Swimming (girls) Jim Long
Tennis (boys) Marlon Caparas
Tennis (girls) Marlon Caparas
Track and Field Lucky Jacobsen
Volleyball Jennifer Barlage
Water Polo (Boys) Open Steve Kalinich Contact
Water Polo (Girls) Open Steve Kalinich Contact
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Wrestling Peter Villanueva
Per Southern Section CIF Rules, High School coaches are not allowed to have contact with incoming Freshman until their promotion date.




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ATHLETIC PROGRAM
OVERVIEW

Kristen Hunter, Principal
Dave Reisinger, Athletics Administrator
Garth Jensen, Athletic Director
gjensen@mvusd.net 951 571-4865 FAX 951 571-4876