Mr. Bradley Cashman, Jr.
Red Land High School
560 Fishing Creek Road
Lewisberry, PA 17339
Quick notes about Code of Conduct Forms; Athletic/Activity Fee forms and payment; and Sport Physical packets:
- Code of Conducts must be read and acknowledged by your student-athlete, and signed by the parent/guardian. Your child must submit the CoC to the head coach of that sport to sign off on by or before the first day of practice.
- Athletic/Activity Fee forms and payment: Hardship Waiver forms and payment forms can be found under the sidebar "Activity Fees" on the main Red Land Athletics page. A form must accompany payment and be submitted to the High School Main Office at least a week before your child's first contest of that season.
- Sport Physical (Re-Cert and Full) Packets: All sport physical packets must be completed by the child's physician and info. filled out by parent/guardian, fully, and submitted to the High School Main Office at least a week before the first official practice date of each season.
My message to all student-athletes: Student comes before Athlete--Academics will always take you further and far exceed your playing days......AND enjoy your middle and high school experience in sports and activities, take away as many positive experiences as you can before you graduate from high school. Play as many sports and participate in as many activities, during your time in middle school and high school, that you can. If you wish to play a sport at the college level, focus not just on one sport, but focus on being a well-rounded, coachable, respectedstudent-athlete. I can't tell you how many overuse injuries and/or burnout cases I have seen in my time as a Coach and Athletic Director. If you're interested in playing an additional/another sport, feel free to email or talk to the head coach, of the sport you're interested in, or stop by my office for information.
My message to all parents/guardians: I encourage any parent/guardian to attend our monthly (typically the first Monday of each month) All-Sport Booster Association meetings, if you're interested in helping out with your son/daughter's sport booster club. I encourage the parent/guardian to attend their child's sport parent meeting, held by each head coach before the regular season kicks off. You will find that this informational meeting is very insightful and allows you and your child to meet the coaching staff, as well. If you have any questions/concerns during the season, I encourage that you ask your son or daughter to approach the coach/coaching staff first and communicate directly between player and coach. Effective communication between student-athlete and coach is vital for the success of not only your child and the coaching staff, but also the entire team. If questions/concerns remain, then I advise you to contact the head coach and request a meeting to discuss matters. We have instituted a "24-hour rule" where no parent/guardian is to contact a coach, about playing time or participation, 24 hours before, during a contest, and 24 hours after a contest. This allows the coach to prepare for the contest ahead and also allows for a cool-off period, for everyone, after a contest is complete. Again, if your child is concerned about their playing time or level of participation, please have your child request a meeting to speak with the coach, first and foremost.
Lastly, I wish all of the parent/guardians and student-athletes the best and continued success during your time in Middle School and High School! Be positive, whether supporting your child or participating in athletics/activities; Respect your classmates, teammates, teachers and coaches; Appreciate your time with classmates and teammates; Represent your family, school, team, and coaches wherever you practice or play; and always be Patriot Proud!