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OHSAA Preseason Meeting Presentation

Student Athlete Concussion Information Sheet (for Interscholastic Activities) - Starting April 26th, 2013, Ohio law (ORC 3313.539 and ORC 3314.03) prohibits schools from allowing a student to practice for or compete in interscholastic athletics (school sports) until the student has submitted this signed form stating that the student and the student's parent or guardian have received the information contained in the sheet.

Lindsay’s Law: Sudden Cardiac Arrest in Youth Athletes

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LaBrae Drug Testing Student Consent Agreement

Drug Testing Policy Guidelines

Athletic Handbook & Consent Form

Ticket Prices

Ticket Prices for Fall Athletic Events:

Football
         Season tickets:      Adult           $25.00 for 5 home games
                              Senior Citizen  $20.00
                              Student         $20.00
         Pre-Sale             Student          $4.00
         At the Gate          All tickets      $6.00

JV, 9th Grade, Junior High Football
                              Student          $2.00
                              Adult            $4.00

Varsity/JV Volleyball
                              Student          $4.00
                              Adult            $6.00

Junior High Volleyball
                              Student          $2.00
                              Adult            $4.00

GRAY CARD – Purchased in the Athletic Office  - $5.00
The bearer will pay student price for all home athletic events, except Varsity Football 
Games.  Senior Citizens (65 yr) that live in district will receive the card free.

LaBrae Legacy Project

Sample Football BannerYellowJackets BannerState AP Poll Champions

The LaBrae Legacy Project Committee is comprised of a group of alumni and the LaBrae High School administration, and it is initiating the LaBrae Legacy Project.  The Project is an effort to publicly honor the athletic legacy of LaBrae High School, Braceville High School, and Leavittsburg High School.  The goal is to decorate the LaBrae High School gym with team banners signifying the various conference championships, playoff appearances, district/regional championships, etc. by each respective sport.  Doing so recognizes and honors our history as well as enhances our school and community spirit.  Currently, members of the committee are researching and cataloging the athletic accomplishments of the various teams throughout LaBrae's history.  The committee has tentatively set this coming 2017-2018 basketball season as the goal for displaying the team banners.  

The second function of the committee is to establish a LaBrae Athletic Hall of Fame.  The committee is developing the process of application and selection to a hall of fame.  Additionally, the committee is determining how the potential honorees will be displayed in the school.  

The committee knows that the time is now to honor the rich athletic legacy of our three high schools and our legendary student-athletes.  The projected cost of the banners and HOF start up materials is $12,000.  The committee is in need of financial support to facilitate making this dream a reality.  If you are an alumni, parent, community member, or friend, the committee would appreciate your consideration for supporting this effort with a financial donation.  To donate, please click on the "Donate" button on the district's web page.  After selecting your donation amount, please be sure to select the "LaBrae Legacy Fund" to direct your donation to this cause.  All donations are deposited, via PayPal, directly with the treasurer of LaBrae Local Schools and will be spent on this project.

Gym depicted with hanging banners

Emergency Medical Authorization Form Updated

The Emergency Medical Authorization Form has been updated and available and can be used for summer/fall athletics as well as back to school.

Student Drug Testing

The 2015-2016 school year marks the implementation of LaBrae's student drug testing program.  Throughout the previous school year, the LaBrae Board of Education engaged in ongoing discussion about the value of a student drug testing program for LaBrae Local Schools.  Once the Board committed to moving forward with passing a policy permitting the drug testing of students, the administration was charged with developing a testing program.  Research on drug testing programs included analyzing programs currently implemented in other schools throughout the Mahoning Valley.  Additionally, the administration evaluated drug testing vendors, and Great Lakes BioMedical was approved recently by the Board of Education as the authorized provider of drug testing services.  

LaBrae's drug testing program is designed to support students and encourage good decision making.  Students who participate on an athletic team in grades 7-12, and student drivers comprise the portion of the student body that will be subject to drug testing.  Student-athletes will be required to take one baseline test each year.  This test is conducted in the pre-season of the sport in which they first participate in the year.  Random tests will be conducted multiple times during the year.  Moreover, when the random drug screenings are administered, student drivers are added to the pool of students who are subject to testing.  Parents of students who are not participating in a sport, or who do not drive to school, can choose to have their child opt into the random pool.  When a parent chooses to opt-in their child, the parent bears the cost of the test if their child is selected for testing.  All students and parents are required to complete consent forms for testing. 

See the PDF attachment below for greater detail regarding LaBrae's student drug testing program.  Should you have any questions regarding the program, please contact Mr. Jeff Starkey, High School Principal, or Mr. Todd Rowe, Assistant Principal/Athletic Director.

Haylee Harford is Heading to Columbus to Compete for a State Championship in Golf

One of our students, Haylee Harford, is heading to Columbus to compete for a State Championship in golf.  This year, in the All American Conference, Haylee competed in the boys division.  How well did she play?  She not only led all golfers in the AAC in scoring during the season, but she also dominated the AAC tournament by beating all the players, even players from larger schools, such as Boardman, Canfield, Harding & Austintown Fitch.

Just this season, Haylee has set two individual LaBrae records:

She shattered the previous season average, set in 1989, by averaging an under par 35.1 over 14 matches and Haylee also owns the best 9 hole score by shooting a 4 under par round of 32.

Her tournament run so far looks like this:

Out of 85 golfers at the sectional tournament in Punderson, Haylee finished in 1st place with a 3 over 75.

Out of 72 qualifiers that made it to the Districts in Canton, Ohio, Haylee again was the best golfer on the course, shooting an unbelievable 4 under par 68.

In other words, she is really, really good! 

We are very proud to have Haylee Harford represent LaBrae High School in the Ohio State tournament this weekend in Columbus. 

It is a great day to be a Viking!

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