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03/31/2014

2013/14 Football Team

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Glenbrook School Mission Statement
"Providing a complete education in preparation for college and life"

03/31/2014

Scroll through the Calendar below for important School Events

 

 

2012-13  Calendar

   2013-14  Calendar
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August
9 New Teachers In-service
12 Teacher In-service
13Registration Students -8
am ‐12       Teachers 8am3
14 First Full Day For Students
 

September
2 Labor Day Holiday
16 Glenbrook Homecoming
23 Parent Teacher Conference
October
8  Kindergarten - Papa Simpson's Farm
 November
25-29 Thanksgiving Holiday
December
19 & 20   MidTerm Exams
18 Exam Make
up
Christmas Holiday Begins  Dec. 23

January
6 Teachers Return
7 Students Return
11 Spelling Bee
15 Social Studies Fair
16 Open House 20 Martin Luther King Day Holiday

February
05 Science Fair
17 Presidents’ Day Holiday

22 North LA. Literary Rally
28 MAIS District Teachers Meeting

March
01 - Apache Princess
04 - Mardi Gras
06/07 - Regional Science
Fair  BPCC

17-21 - Spring Break
26
- ABC Rally
29 - Prom

April

 5 - Lousiana State Literary Rally
18 - Good Friday Holida

May

09 - Graduation
16 - 5th grade Vicksburg Trip
16 & 19 - Final Exams
19  Students last day
20 & 21 - Teacher's Inservice

 

 

02/05/2014
 

Glenbrook School
 
           is a 
 
Nondiscriminatory

Educational Institution
 

 
 
 

    


   

 

 

Change in Baseball Schedule

Tues., April 1

Glenbrook @ PVA

JV @ 4

V @ 6

 

Friday, April 4

PVA @ Glenbrook

2 varsity games

starting @ 4

 

 


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Sports offered at Glenbrook: (click on sport of choice for more information)


Biddy Ball
Basketball
Baseball
Cheerleaders
Cross Country
Football
Golf
Softball
Sundancers
Swim team
Tennis
Track

 

                                                       
An overview of our sports program can be found in our Student handbook, section III, page 31- 36.  

 pdffiles/Student%20Handbook%202009.pdf  



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Biddy Ball

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Contacts

Students in grades K-4 participate in intramural basketball. During the games, the players are given the opportunity to practice the fundamentals of basketball because the middle and high school basketball coaches serve as officials and instructors.

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Basketball

Schedules 

                                 

                                 Glenbrook Basketball Schedule 2013/2014

 

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Record


Contacts
Varsity Head Coach: Jeff Dalton
Varsity Assistant Coach and JV Boys’ Head Coach: Jeff Dalton/ Brandon Abel    
Girls’ Head Coach: Jeff Dalton/Rendi Dillard
To be eligible to play varsity basketball, a student must be in grades 9-12 and be academically eligible. Eighth graders who are academically eligible may try out if it appears that a team roster will fall below fifteen players after the inclusion of football players. The team will normally use the athletic bus, if available. Chartered buses are handled as in football.

This sport for 5th and 6th graders is played only when sufficient games can be scheduled. Coaches are volunteers and travel is usually by private vehicle
 

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Baseball

 2014  Baseball Schedule


Contacts
Coach Hardy

To be eligible to play varsity baseball, a student must be in grades 9-12 and be academically eligible. Academically-eligible eighth graders may try out if a roster falls below twenty.
 

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Cheerleaders

Squad/Roster

Varsity Junior Varsity

Contacts
Varsity-Donna Payne
Junior Varsity- Donna Payne


Cheerleader try-outs are held each spring. To be eligible to try out, a girl must be re-registered, tuition, and fees accounts current, have a 1.83 GPA for the six-week period prior to tryouts with no more than one “F”, and must be in grades 10-12 the following school year. A maximum of twelve cheerleaders will be chosen. Cheerleaders will maintain a 1.83 GPA each six weeks while serving. If she fails to maintain a 1.83 GPA for two consecutive six weeks, she will be removed from the squad.
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Cross Country

Schedules

Squad/Roster
 


Contacts
Jennifer Mosley


Students in grades 7-12 may tryout for the cross country team. The coach will set a qualifying time and the number of runners will be determined by these times and the number of eligible individual and team races allowed by MPSA.
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Football
Schedules                

 

                                      JV Football Schedule

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               2013  Apache Football Schedule


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Contact
Coach Greg Tibbitt - V
Coach James Thurman   - 

Coach John Bryant - JV

 
 

To be eligible to play varsity football, a football player must be in grades 9-12 and be academically eligible. Students currently in the eighth grade may try out during spring training of their eighth-grade year, if they are academically eligible. Students transferring from another school, who are not academically eligible, will be given to the end of the six weeks in which they transfer to become eligible. The team will travel to and from games on the athletic bus, if available. Long trips, such as those to playoffs in Jackson, Mississippi, may be made by chartered bus, if funded by support organizations.

To be eligible to play on this team, a player must be in the seventh, eighth, or ninth grade and be academically eligible. If a ninth grader plays varsity football, he may not play on this team. An exception may be requested from the Mississippi Private School Association on a week-to-week basis if sufficient varsity players become injured.
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Golf
Golf

                           
Contacts
 

In order to try out for the golf team, a student must be in grades 6- 12 and be academically eligible. The coach sets a qualifying score and the number of five-player teams is determined by how many players attain the qualifying score. Male and female students school may have several teams (A, B, C), but only the “A” team players may qualify for district, regional, or MPSA golf tournaments. If the school has more than one five-person team, the coach determines on a tournament-to-tournament basis which players are on the different teams.
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Softball

 
Schedules

 

                                                               2013/14  Softball Schedule


******Denotes District Games
 
To be eligible to play varsity softball, a student must be in grades 9-12 and be academically eligible. Academically-eligible eighth graders may try out if a roster falls below twenty.
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Sundancers

Squad/Roster


Contacts
Marie Wise, Melanie Earnhardt

The same rules that apply to varsity cheerleaders apply to Sundancers. Sundancers will be chosen from girls in grades 8-12. There is no maximum number of girls chosen, however, a qualifying score is set and the number of dancers is determined by how many attain the qualifying score.

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Swim Team
   
Contacts-  Jeannine Waites

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Tennis
 Tennis

Contacts
Coach Orr

In order to try out for the tennis team, a student must be in grades 6-12 and be academically eligible. A pre-season tournament is held to determine the number of team member if more than eight boys or eight girls try out. The number of players in individual season matches is limited to the number of players on the opposing team. District tournaments are limited to seven male and seven female players. Through the district tournament level of play, the tennis coach determines who will represent the school on the team. The winners and runners-up in each division of the district tournament advance to the MPSA finals.

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Track
Information Coming Soon!  
Contacts

Students in grades 7-12 may tryout for the track team. The coach will set a qualifying time and the number of runners will be determined by these times and the number of eligible individual and team races allowed by MAIS

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