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Protocol For Check-in 7th Period

(Click for direct attendance link- be sure it says boys xc)

Please sign in for Roll/ Attendance on the following days:

  • MONDAY (1:45 pm) Zoom day.
  • TUESDAY (12:10 pm) Classwork- No Zoom
  • THURSDAY (12:10 pm) Classwork- No Zoom

Be sure to Log into Coach Roelen’s 7th period Boys’ Basketball Google Classroom on those days and times. Use code jx75dkd, click on “classwork”, then on the left side it reads “attendance” fill out that Goggle Form. I emphasize, only login and complete the attendance form on MONDAY (1:45 pm), TUESDAY (12:10 pm), and THURSDAY (12:10 pm).

After Attendance complete the weekly assignment and/ or join the Zoom meeting (usually on Mondays).

Any questions please contact me: [email protected] or text me (949) 345-1068

Weekly Assignments

Assignment for week 5 (9/21):

  • Check-in First with Coach Roelen!
  • Then login for Zoom (link sent on REMIND only: text me if you did not receive)
  • Recap of week 5
  • Week 6 Message-
    • Workout: Returners 35-60 min, New Runners 20-40 min
    • GRAY MATTERS- Sharpening our Thoughts.
  • Assignment for Tue & Thu
    • Read MAKE THE LEAP (week1) link sent on remind:
    • Complete MAKE THE LEAP (week1) worksheet.
    • If you are going to train, please complete the waiver (sent on remind)
  • Catchup- If you have NOT completed the past assignments, please do so.

Assignment for week 5 (9/14):

  • Check-in First with Coach Roelen
  • Then login for Zoom (link sent on REMIND only: text me if you did not receive)
  • Recap of week 3
  • Week 5 Message
  • Assignment for Tue & Thu
  • Catchup- If you have NOT completed the past assignments, please do so.

Assignment for week 3 (8/31):

  • Check-in First with Coach Roelen
  • Then login for Zoom (link sent on REMIND only: text me if you did not receive)
  • Recap of week 2
  • Week 3 Message
  • Assignment for Tue & Thu
    • Complete Athlete Inventory
    • If you haven’t completed Boys XC Questionaire, then do so.
    • Inexperienced runners: run 3-4 days for 10-20 min each day.
    • Experienced runners: run 3-4 days for 15-30 min each day.
    • Register on Final Surge for your training log and email me your registration email to invite you (if you don’t have an account).
    • Log your workouts
    • FRIDAY Road Runners!!
    • Mission Viejo Boys 09-04-20

Assignment for week 2 (8/24):

  • Check-in First with Coach Roelen
  • Then login for Zoom (link sent on remind & Emailed)
  • Recap of week 1
  • Week 2 Message
  • Assignment for Tue & Thu
    • Complete Why I run
    • If you haven’t completed Boys XC Questionaire, then do so.
    • Inexperienced runners: run 3-4 days for 10-20 min each day.
    • Experienced runners: run 3-4 days for 15-30 min each day.
    • Advanced runners; Register a time to discuss your training.
    • Register on Final Surge for your training log and email me your registration email to invite you (if you don’t have an account).

Assignment for week 1 (8/17):

Athletic Clearance Instructions

  1. Register at Athletic Clearance.com
  2. Use the CIF Physical Form for your physical
  3.  Take pictures/ Scan the following three documents:
    • Physical Front and Back (2 pages)- Be sure to sign Student and Parent
    • Insurance Card
    • Print Confirmation Form (3 pages) and sign all three pages. Document can be found in the “Confirmation” section. Click the pencil to enter the section.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Upload all documents. The upload section is found in the “Physical” section. Click the pencil icon to enter the section.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

There’s a section for each form and if you need a tool to combine the three pages of the confirmation, click the button “Tips for Combining Documents”

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

That's it! Email us when completed so we can inform the Athletic Director as he has to still clear it.

7th Period- GoZo Distance Learning

The 7th period cross country class will have ZOOM meetings on Mondays with assignments Tuesday and Thursday on Google Classroom to learn, understand and comprehend the academic side of our sport. There is more to running than just running and this class gives us an opportunity to spend more time learning about what it really takes to develop the best version of ourselves.

Topics will include:

  • Physiology as it relates to exercise and sport.
  • Psychology for personal and sports performance.
  • Nutrition for a healthy lifestyle and sport advantage.
  • Leadership for personal and team development.
  • Holistic application to develop habits for success

The class will utilize videos, books, and presentations as needed.

Please be sure to register for cross country (below) as links and information will be emailed to you to have access to the class.

Time to get going...

Time is of the essence as we prepare for the fall/spring Cross Country season. Unlike previous seasons, there will be standards to make the team as we will have ample time to prepare for the new season. Please be sure to complete your athletic clearance to be able to participate in cross country and/ or for the optional off season fitness/ training class. We will have 2-3 time trials to make the team this year (more to come).

What is Cross Country??

Cross country is a running sport that everyone can do. It just requires patience, work ethic and consistency to reap the results. It’s an inexpensive sport where you just need running shoes and shorts to get started.

Running is also a great way to get in shape physically and mentally as you are working the cardiovascular system and challenging yourself to do your best. It is a rewarding sport as there is nothing like the feeling when you finish a race. You might be exhausted, out of breath, and a little thirsty, but the sense of accomplishment you get feels so gratifying.

Cross country is an individual and team sport because the training and the races are all based on your personal effort! A PB (personal best) or a great workout is all based on you. Your individual performance is part of your teammate’s performance producing a team score.

Another great thing about cross country is that everyone competes! Everyone runs the same course, gets to participate and there is no bench to sit on and watch while others compete. Also, you may find that many of your teammates will be your lifelong friends.

Be a part of our team and:

  • Receive personal accomplishment and satisfaction.
  • Be part of a positive and self-motivated team.
  • Improve fitness for a winter or spring sport.
  • Learn lifelong habits for personal success.
  • Get physically and mentally stronger.
  • Receive genuine team experience.
  • Great way to meet new friends.

YES! Sign me up for Cross Country.

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