NO EXCUSES / BE A WINNER
Face it … nobody owes you anything!
What you achieve or fail to achieve in your lifetime is directly related to what you do or fail to do.
No one chooses his or her parents or childhood, but you can choose your direction. Everyone has problems or obstacles to overcome! But … that is relative to each individual.
Nothing is carved in stone … you can change anything in your life if you want to badly enough. Excuses are for losers.
Those who take responsibility for their actions are the real winners in life.
Winners meet life’s challenges head-on knowing there are no guarantees and give it all they’ve got and never think it is too late or too early to begin.
Time plays no favorites … and will pass whether you act or not.
Dare to dream and take risks.
If you are not willing to work for your goals, don’t expect others to.
Believe in yourself!
Become leaders & good role models in school & community
Relationships / Lifelong
Becoming a great husband and father…the greatest legacy!
“The price of greatness is responsibility”
Win Turnover Battle
Score at the beginning of each half
Average 6+ yards per carry
3 big plays in passing game of 30+ yds.
1 game breaker on Special Teams
No opponent game breakers on S.T.
No mental errors on S.T.
5 Tackles For Losses (TFL’s)
4 Three & Outs
BEING A STUDENT / ATHLETE
It is of the highest priority of the Olathe East Football Program to see each student-athlete pursue and obtain a high school diploma. Your primary purpose for attending High School is to leave with a diploma and an education. We will provide the means to help you achieve your goals-you provide the desire and effort. “IF IT’S TO BE…IT’S UP TO ME!” This formula translates into success.
Be a Champion in the Classroom!
Student-athletes have the responsibility of attending all classes. Pay attention, don’t fall asleep or talk with other students and BE ON TIME. Don’t use your cell phones in class. Remember, if you miss a class for an athletic event, you must communicate the absence to your teacher PRIOR to the absence, and you are still responsible for all missed information and assignments.
Talk with your teachers.
Teachers are here to help you. The relationships you establish with your teachers can prove invaluable when you need assistance. Remind teachers when you will be missing for competition. Discuss and understand plans for taking tests early or making up assigned work. Maintain communication with your teachers throughout the semester. Meet with your teachers to discuss your progress in the class, ask questions about the class content, or ask for suggestions to help you study the material and prepare for tests or papers. Let the teachers know that you are interested in the class and are making the effort to be successful.
ASK YOURSELF THIS QUESTION:
AM I PROUD
TO BE A