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Athletic Director:  Doug Marchetti
Norwalk High School
Phone:  203-838-4481 x13345
Email:  marchettid@norwalkps.org

 

Dear Norwalk High School Student-Athletes,


Welcome to the Norwalk High School athletic program!


As a representative of Norwalk High School, our expectation is you will consistently display high moral character, combined with a tremendous work ethic. Each of you will contribute in many ways to the team, and may serve a variety of roles. We hope you always strive for improvement, both in practice as well as in competition.

Play fair, play hard, and work to be the best possible athlete and teammate you can be!

As a school community, we pledge to provide you with dedicated coaches, a supportive student body, and outstanding facilities in order to help you achieve your goals.

Most importantly – have fun! The lessons you will learn through participation in our athletic program will stay with you forever.

GO BEARS!

 

 

Doug Marchetti
Director of Athletics
Norwalk High School

 

 

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ATHLETIC PHILOSOPHY FOR NORWALK PUBLIC SCHOOLS

The athletic program in Norwalk is a part of the total educational process. Through the years, athletics have brought pride and tradition to the city of Norwalk.  Because of excellence, dedication, and team goals, athletes have won many county (F.C.I.A.C.) and state (C.I.A.C.) championships.

 Coaches teach control, honesty, cooperation, and dependability as well as the skills and strategies necessary to participate in a high level of competition.  The athlete is in the public eye representing his/her high school and the city of Norwalk.  It is necessary that his/her personal conduct be above any question at all times.

 The student/athlete must assume these additional responsibilities:

  1. Maintain academic eligibility
  2. Respect authority and property
  3. Have a strong desire to compete and excel
TO OUR ATHLETES

Dear Athlete,

 Representing your school and the city of Norwalk in our athletic program carries many responsibilities to yourself, your family, your school, and your community.  Participation in high school athletics is a privilege and not a right.  It is expected that you will train hard and complete aspects of the training agreement, that you will develop your skills to your fullest potential, and that you will keep yourself in top physical condition by not using alcohol, tobacco, all non-prescribed drugs, stimulants, and street drugs (including but not limited to marijuana, heroin, and cocaine). You must also remain free of any performance enhancing substances.

 The city will provide you with the best and safest equipment, top coaches, and the best facilities in order to assist you in keeping your commitment to the athletic program.

 We are extremely interested in your conduct on and off the field, and we share your pride when you win.  However, our prime interest is that you do your best, and most importantly, that you play fair and represent Norwalk well.

 Please carefully review the contents of this handbook with your parent/guardian, complete and sign all required forms, and return them to your athletic coach prior to the first day of practice.

 Good Luck!  We know you will enjoy the program.

Regards,

Wayne Mones

Athletic Director
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ATHLETIC PHILOSOPHY FOR NORWALK PUBLIC SCHOOLS

The athletic program in Norwalk is a part of the total educational process. Through the years, athletics have brought pride and tradition to the city of Norwalk.  Because of excellence, dedication, and team goals, athletes have won many county (F.C.I.A.C.) and state (C.I.A.C.) championships.

 Coaches teach control, honesty, cooperation, and dependability as well as the skills and strategies necessary to participate in a high level of competition.  The athlete is in the public eye representing his/her high school and the city of Norwalk.  It is necessary that his/her personal conduct be above any question at all times.

 The student/athlete must assume these additional responsibilities:

  1. Maintain academic eligibility
  2. Respect authority and property
  3. Have a strong desire to compete and excel