Bryson Middle School Bulldogs
Those 7th and 8th grade boys interested in playing soccer for BMS should know the following:
1. Tryouts will be the first week of Feb 2013.
2. You will need a school physical to tryout.
3. You will need school/sports insurance once you make the team.
4. There is NO CONDITIONING prior to our tryouts! You should be doing that NOW!
5. I highly recommend cross country training prior to our tryout, sprints, and weights practice ball control ( run with the ball).
6. All forms will be/or are available on our school website.
7. You MUST have a "C" overall average and NO "F"s ( failing grades) on your 1st Semester Report card.
8. Any player who makes the team will be subject to School and District policies regarding in and out of school behavior and conduct.
9. All schedules (game and practice) will be posted here. Most, if not all, games are on Mondays and Thursdays.
10. You miss a practice...you sit out!
11. You will be representing our school....do it well!
Mr. Atilla Uregen, Head Coach
Sports Participation Guidelines
Seventh and eighth grade students are eligible to participate in
middle school sports. Students who meet the eligibility
requirements are encouraged to participate. Students must
pass all courses in order to play.
Students who desire the privilege of participating in extracurricular activities at a Greenville County school must conduct themselves in accordance with the school's discipline code. The community, school administrators, teachers and coaches feel strongly that high standards of conduct and citizenship are essential precepts of a sound extracurricular activities program. Other precepts include the instilling positive attitude, character, and integrity within the students who participate. Participants are expected to be role models and set a positive example for all. Students who take part in such activities, in effect, function as representatives of their school.
Accordingly, the student's behavior commands a public interest and attention that is unique in its capacity to denigrate or elevate the district, school, and his/her team/organization. Therefore, all participants shall abide by a code of conduct specifically for extracurricular activities. Read the GCSD Code of Conduct for Sports Participation.