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OSWEGO HIGH SCHOOL
OFFICIAL BOOSTER CLUB WEBSITE
2010-2011



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HAVE FUN...SHOW SUPPORT...BE INVOLVED...CATCH INDIAN PRIDE!!!
The Booster Club at Oswego High School is a non-profit, volunteer organization comprised of dedicated parents, guardians, alumni, teachers, coaches, administrators, and community members that care deeply about our students’ education and extra-curricular development. We work to promote school spirit and improve our sports teams, clubs and organizations. Our mission is to bring the community together to provide the funding and volunteerism necessary to support those involved in our school sports and programs while taking PRIDE to a new level!

Please consider joining forces with the boosters and become the change you want to see in Oswego today! Your financial contribution is critical to the success of our students. *Download the membership form, complete and return BEFORE August 27th and receive a discount (not to include business memberships.)*




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POSITION
NAME
E-MAIL
PHONE
Co-President
Bev Cline
bev.cline@pshtc.ks.gov

423-7713 CELL
Co-President & Public Relations
Penny Spore
zuckie-cookie@hotmail.com

423-9265 CELL
Co-President & Treasurer
Christina Bates
christina.m.bates@gmail.com

795-2530 HOME
423-2735 CELL

Please contact any of the above members with questions regarding memberships, ordering apparel, volunteering or general concerns.
tribalcouncil@hotmail.com


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In the interests of good sportsmanship and providing our students with a positive athletic experience, fans and spectators of interscholastic athletics are urged to:
  1. Learn the rules of the game.
  2. Show respect and courtesy for all players, coaches, officials and other spectators at every game, practice or other such sporting event.
  3. Not engage in any kind of unsportsmanlike conduct with any official, coach, player, or parent; such as booing, taunting or using profane language or obscene gestures.
  4. Never ridicule, criticize or make personally insulting comments to your child or other student participants for making a mistake or losing a competition.
  5. Emphasize skill development and practices and how they benefit student athletes as opposed to just winning.
  6. Never question, discuss or confront coaches at the game, but instead, take time to speak with coaches regarding concerns or disagreements at an agreed upon time and place.
  7. Refrain from coaching your child or other players during games and practices.

Student athletes are typically trying their best to compete as they participate in interscholastic athletics. It is inappropriate and demeaning to subject students to public insult, ridicule, and criticism as a result of each participation.


SPORTSMAN: a person who can take loss or defeat without complaint, or victory without gloating, and who treat his opponents with fairness, generosity, and courtesy. (Websters Dictionary)