Cross Country
Soccer

Principal's Message

Dear families,

As in life, sports requires much effort to be successful. It also takes team work and respect of others. At RAMS we believe in developing all aspects of the athlete in order to create a sports balance and understanding of how singular talent works within a team. And precisely how the team supports each player. With thoughtful coaching and teaching our students learn the rules of the game, sportsmanship and compassion for others as coaches develop the athletic abilities in each team member. We are proud of the contributions of all our athletes. They contribute to the betterment of RAMS both on and off the field. Varsity and junior varsity are role models for students in k-8. They model the characteristics of a whole athlete both in academics and behavior. We are hopeful that our sports program will help to reach all students at RAMS and make connections and support of self for all.

Thank you for your support.,

Mrs. Ringdahl, Principal

 


 

Message from Coach Correa

Dear parents of our RAMS athletes,

On behalf of our coaches, trainers and staff, thank you for your child(ren)’s participation in RAMS athletics.

The mission of the Athletic Department is to instill, in our student athletes, sportsmanship, morals and values. We strive to develop athletes of character and integrity through guidance, academic challenges, and athletic competition. Our partnership with you is critical to ensuring success for your child(ren) and for our program. In order to create the best environment possible for everyone, I ask that you please:

  1. Notify your coach, the nearest RAMS staff member or me immediately if you have a safety concern at any time. Please tell your student-athlete to do the same. Our student athletes’ health and safety are paramount.
  2. Treat all coaches, players, parents, officials, and opposing fans with courtesy and respect, and demonstrate sportsmanlike behavior at all athletic events. Please also avoid speaking negatively about a coach in front of your athlete.
  3. Encourage your athlete to make an appointment to speak with his/her coach if he/she has a concern. If the outcome is not successful, you should then make an appointment to speak with the coach. If your concerns are not resolved after meeting with the coach, please contact me. Please do not register your concerns in an impromptu conversation before/after practices or games with coaches or with me.
  4. Support your athlete’s efforts by promoting a positive atmosphere at home. Our coaches, staff, and I promise to do the same at school, practices, and competitions.
  5. Remember that our athletic program is designed to teach the fundamentals of each sport and to help young men and women grow and develop through competition and teamwork.

I look forward to a great year and appreciate your support.

Go Barracudas!

Sincerely,

Coach Correa, Athletic Director