Last Updated: May 24, 2016

IMPORTANT TIGER PRIDE 2016 DATES:



July 25th     Football Combine - all age groups 

Aug 1st        Football practice begins - no pads

Aug 20th      First football games

Aug 27th      Week 2 games and Parent Tailgate Party

Sept 3rd       Labor Day Weekend - no games

Sept 10th     Week 3 games

Sept 17th     Week 4 games

Sept 24th     Week 5 games

Oct 1st          Week 6 games

Oct 8th          Week 7 games

Oct 15th        Week 8 games

Oct 22nd       Playoffs Round 1

Oct 29th        Playoffs Round 2

Nov 5th         Super Bowl Championships

The policy listed below was set forth by the North Allegheny School District and Tiger Pride Football Club will follow the same guidelines.  All coaches, assistant coaches, and board members will have received the appropriate clearances prior to the 2016 season and will be recognized by bright green wrist bands.  Only those individuals will be permitted to be on the field and interacting with the players on game day.  Tiger Pride thanks you for your cooperation.  

 

 

North Allegheny School District

Volunteer Clearance Policy & Protocols
 
The PA House passed Act 153 of 2014 into law on October 22, 2014. This new PA law takes effect for the 2015-2016 school year and applies to employees and unpaid volunteers who are responsible for the welfare of a child or have direct contact with children. While many community-based programs and religiously-affiliated organizations have long required background checks for volunteers, this law provides a specific directive on the timing and type of background checks now required. 
 
The North Allegheny School Board passed the Volunteer Clearance Policy in April 2015. The policy identifies three types of school volunteers, listed below.
 
Independent Volunteers – Any volunteer who 1) works under the general direction and supervision of an adult employed by the District; and 2) provides direct services to students or may, from time to time, have or may be reasonably expected to have unsupervised contact with students. Examples of Independent Volunteers include, but are not limited to: volunteer tutors, classroom center volunteers and chaperones for field trips.
  
Assistive Volunteers – Any volunteer who 1) works directly under the supervision and direction of an adult employed by the District; and 2) does not provide direct services to students or have unsupervised contact with students. Examples of Assistive Volunteers include, but are not limited to: homeroom parents, individuals who assist with school activities and holiday parties.
 
 Classroom Presentation Volunteers – Any individual who volunteers to present during a classroom lesson or school activity and is under the direct supervision of a classroom teacher or administrator during the entirety of the presentation. These volunteer opportunities are typically one-time events. Examples of Classroom Presentation Volunteers include, but are not limited to: Guest Speakers, Mystery Readers, TAG volunteers and College Admission Career Day volunteers. Elementary Field Day volunteers may fall into this category provided they are under the guidance of and directly observed by a classroom teacher or administrator throughout the event.
  
Individuals at North Allegheny will not be permitted to serve as an independent or assistive volunteer unless they have submitted the appropriate clearances. Independent and assistive volunteers will be required to have two current and valid PA clearances and one FBI clearance on file with the School District in order to volunteer after July 1, 2015.