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Clear Creek Volleyball Policies    


The following policies have been established for volleyball players and managers at Clear Creek High School and will be enforced to uphold high standards not only during the playing season, but throughout the year. These policies are to be read, signed by all indicated on the last page, and the policies signature page must be returned to your coach before you may travel to the first scrimmage.



1. Team members must ride with the team to and from all athletic events. Rare exceptions are

permitted only if a signed permission form is in place with a principal prior to the trip and coach has given approval.  Players will only be allowed to use one alternative travel form per season. Forms must be signed by the principal and given to the coach at least 48 hours before the departure time.  COVID exception this year- if student wishes to drive own car they can do so but must follow the bus to and from the game and can only drive themselves.  If parents wish to drive their own daughter only to and from the games they must do so.  We must have an alternative transportation form every time a player doesn’t drive to or from games on the bus.

2. Team members are expected to inform parents of bus arrival and departure times. Parents are expected to pick up their child within 15 minutes at the latest after the bus has returned to the school.

3. Team members are expected to be on time for scheduled departures. The bus will leave at the designated departure time and will not wait for players who are late for the bus.  If players miss the bus, they must find their own way to the destination and are assuming the risk of traveling on their own. Players will be disciplined for being tardy to the bus.

4. Team members are expected to conduct themselves in a proper manner on the bus and are expected to clean the bus and put the windows up before leaving.



1. Players will pay for lost or damaged equipment. Reusable equipment is full replacement price.

2. Players will take proper care of all gym facilities and equipment. All players will help to carry equipment on and off the bus and will help to set up and take down the nets.

3. Players must turn in all equipment before they will be released to get a schedule change to their next sport or out of the volleyball class.

4. Players may not wear issued equipment to non Clear Creek Volleyball events.



1. Players are expected to be at practice every day. Players missing practices or games for reasons other than illness and family emergencies are subject to dismissal. Routine medical and dental appointments aren’t an excuse for missing practices or games. Parents should try to schedule these around volleyball as much as possible.  Players missing practice for any reason will not start in the next match and playing time could possibly be very limited or there could be no playing time at all.

2. If an athlete misses practice for any reason, she must contact her coach know by10:00 a.m. Players can also email their coach. This is the player’s responsibility, not the parents.

3. Injured athletes are still expected to be present for all practices and games and are expected to dress out. The only exception is if the athlete is physically unable to be present due to injury.

4. Team members must be present for all Saturday practices and holidays.

5. Athletes will not wear any jewelry during practices or games.

6. Cell phone usage is prohibited at all times. The only case when cell phone usage is allowed is to call parents to pick up the athlete. Any time a cell phone is used, it must be approved by the coach. This includes text messaging, checking messages, etc. The phone isn’t to be used, seen or heard during CCVB events.

7. Sub-varsity athletes will stay and watch/cheer for varsity games. Varsity players will watch and support the sub-varsity teams as well. Players are expected to sit as a team and only as a team (i.e. not with friends, boyfriends, etc.).  Also, players are expected to not interact with players from other schools before we compete against them on that night.  Players are expected to interact with their fellow CCHS players only before a match.  COVID exception- if subvarsity players do not feel comfortable staying for Varsity matches they may leave to go home but must let coach know. 

8. Athletes representing Clear Creek High School must reflect good sportsmanship on and off the court. A team member showing extreme anger at herself, opponents, teammates, coaches, or officials will be removed immediately from the event.

9. Athletes are assigned lockers and are responsible for locking up valuables.

10. Athletes are responsible for keeping the locker room and storage areas clean.

11. Players are to never display any public affection at school, at any volleyball event, or at any school function of any kind. Hugs are permitted.

12. Varsity and JV Volleyball players must complete a 1 mile run in under 8:00 and will not be permitted to dress out and play in any games until they achieve this.  Freshmen A and B team players must complete a mile in under 8:30 and will not be permitted to dress out and play in any games until they achieve this.  There will be no alternative to running the mile.

13. If a player quits the program at any point during the season or off season, it is at the coach’s discretion as to whether the player will be permitted back into the program if the player wishes to return.



1. Substance abuse will not be tolerated during season or during the off season. If caught at school, at a school function, or outside of school, the athlete will be disciplined and possibly removed from the program.  This includes alcohol, tobacco products, illegal drugs, vapes or juuling devices.



1. Athletes are expected to follow the CCISD Student Code of Conduct and the CCISD Extracurricular Code of Conduct.



1. Athletes are expected to pass all courses with a 70 or better average. Grade checks will be done every 3 weeks to check progress. Athletes must attend Tuesday and Thursday after school tutorials are from 2:30-3:15 during the volleyball season. The athlete must get their tutorial pass signed by their teacher and bring it with them to practice/game. During the off season, players are expected to attend tutorials if they are struggling with their classes.



1. Athletes must wear team uniforms or appropriate dress approved by the coach for all practices and games.

2. Players will dress in an appropriate manner to school and follow the school dress code. Players will also have certain shirts they are expected to wear on game days to school that will be assigned by the team captains and they are expected to wear the required shirts to school and to the games for warmup.

3. Players will never wear club volleyball attire or attire from another school at school or at any CCHS volleyball function.

4. If a player gets a tattoo, it must be covered at all practices, all games, and all CCHS Volleyball functions.

5. Jewelry is not permitted during practices or games.

6. Players will cover their spandex with shorts or pants any time outside of the gym and whenever team goes out to eat at games or tournaments.

7. All players will wear matching t-shirts on the bus to travel to games, and any time in the gym for a CCHS match.



1. All sub-varsity athletes receive certificates for completing the season.

2. The first letter award on a varsity team is a letter jacket. Players will only receive a letter jacket if they complete the entire volleyball season (don’t quit or get kicked off of team) and if they have played in (actually been on the court in live action) for at least 5 varsity matches. The second and subsequent letter awards will be additional bars for the letter jacket.

3. Managers or student trainers must be a manager through their Junior year to receive a letter jacket.



1. Players who do not move on to another sport, are expected to be in the volleyball off season period. Players who do not participate in the volleyball off season or in another sport will not be eligible to make the team the following school year.  Players who move on to another sport are expected to come back to the volleyball off season period during the later portion of the Spring Semester on date set by the Head Volleyball Coach.




1. If the player wishes to have a meeting with the coach to discuss playing time, the player may do this once per season and may request to do this after a practice or during the athletic period, not before or after a game or tournament. Playing time and which team a player is placed on will not be discussed between coaches and parents.

2. If there are concerns that need to be discussed with the coach that are not playing time related, the following chain of command will be followed: Athletes must first meet with their individual coach. Then, parents and the athlete may meet with the coach. If necessary, the chain of command continues with the Head Coach, Campus Girl’s Athletic Coordinator, Principal, and then Athletic Director.

3. If a parent(s) wishes to have a meeting with the coach not concerning playing time, the player must be present at the meeting with the coach and parent(s).



1. Players will not do anything to dishonor the volleyball program. If anything is done to dishonor the program, the athlete will be disciplined at the coach’s discretion.






Dishonoring the Volleyball Program:

disciplined at coach’s discretion


Tardiness/Missing the bus:

1st offense- 20 horses in 29 seconds each

next offense- increases by 10 horses for each offense


Unruly bus behavior:

1st offense- 10 horses in 28 seconds each

next offense- increases by 10 horses for each offense


Forgetting practice gear:

1st offense- 5 horses in 25 seconds each

next offense- increases by 5 horses for each offense


Forgetting game gear:

1st offense- 15 horses in 28 seconds each

next offense- increases by 10 horses for each offense


Missing practice for excused reason:

Player will not start the next game


Missing practice or game for unexcused reason:

Coach’s discretion


Not calling in when missing practice or game:

1st offense- 10 horses in 28 seconds each

next offense- increases by 10 horses for each offense


Wearing jewelry during practice time:

1st offense- 5 horses in 25 seconds each

next offense- increases by 5 horses for each offense


Foul language at any time:

1st offense- 5 horses in 25 seconds each

next offense- increases by 5 horses for each offense


Tardiness for practices, games, or match set up:

1st offense- 5 horses in 25 seconds each

next offense- increases by 5 horses for each offense

Dirty lockeroom:

1st offense- entire team does 2 bearcrawls

next offense- increases by 1 bearcrawl for each offense


Cell phone usage:

1st offense- 5 horses in 25 seconds each

next offense- increases by 5 horses for each offense


Public show of affection:

1st offense- 10 horses in 28 seconds each

next offense- increases by 10 seconds for each offense


Alcohol/Tobacco/Vape/Juul use:

see CCISD policies and coach’s discretion


Illicit Drug Use:

see CCISD policies and coach’s discretion



25 horses in 30 seconds each for each day in ISS and coach’s discretion



10 horses in 28 seconds each for each hour of d-hall


N or U for conduct or bad comments on progress report or from teacher:

10 horses in 28 seconds for each and coach’s discretion


Not wearing matching t-shirt with teammates:

5 horses in 25 seconds each

next offense- increases by 5 horses for each offense


Yellow or red card in game from referee for unsportsmanlike conduct:

25 horses in 30 seconds for each card

You acknowledge that you have received a copy of the 2020 CCHS Volleyball Policies.  By Submitting this form you  acknowledge that you agree to follow these guidelines and expectations as a  member/parent/guardian of the CCHS Volleyball Program and will accept the consequences for consequences for policies violations.
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