Dear Jaguar Football Parents
February 16, 2016
RE: 7th Period Academic Tutorial
Jaguar Football is deeply committed to the academic success, and graduation of our student athletes. As you know, students must maintain a 2.0 grade point average (GPA) in order to remain eligible for athletic competition. The NCAA requires a 2.5 GPA in core courses to qualify for an athletic scholarship.
Cabrillo Football is initiating a free program that is open to all student athletes! Starting Tuesday, February 16th, 7th Period Athletic Tutoring will run every Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday, immediately after school throughout the Spring Semester.
On our team, there are many athletes who do an outstanding job in the classroom. However, others have grade point averages that are considered at-risk. The term “at-risk” refers to players with grades of D or F from last semester, in any core subject (English, History, Math, or Science). For “at-risk” players, 7th Period Tutoring is strongly encouraged and can be most beneficial! While in the eyes of district, such a program is voluntary, but as parents, we hope you would make your son’s participation mandatory. I ask for your support. Please reinforce to your son, The Jaguar Scholar-Athlete Priority that “Student” comes before “Athlete.”
Jaguar Football will continue to monitor your son’s class attendance and school work throughout the semester and encourage athletes to take advantage of these additional learning opportunities and educational services.
The Athletic Tutorial program is run by certificated teachers from Cabrillo’s faculty. Athletic Tutorial can also refer selected students to the already established Math Intervention that runs every 7th period, Tuesday and Thursday. The tutorial staff will be in constant communication with each player’s teachers to assist with homework and facilitate completion of missing assignments. To promote accountability, attendance will be taken at the start and end of 7th period. As coaches, we will track your son’s attendance and participation. Tutorial runs from 2:50 to 3:45 PM and will not conflict with the start of 4 PM football practices.
Feel free to contact me with any questions, suggestions, and concerns. Please help us encourage your son to compete both on the field and in the class room, and understand that he is accountable to himself, his family, and his team!
Head Football Coach
Cabrillo High School
Jaguar Varsity Football Coach Bob Moran
Cabrillo's new Varsity Football coach is Mr. Bob Moran.
Coach Moran is excited to be at Cabrillo and anxious to meet everyone.
Welcome Coach Moran.
Coach Bob Moran was the Offensive Coordinator at Fullerton JC for the past 10 years.
A coach of several All-Americans in college, Coach Moran earned his bachelor's degree at USC and received his Master's at Sul Ross State. Coach Moran and his wife Oly enjoy a wonderful family life with their daughter, son in law, and two grand children.
Dear Football Parents
Normal Spring Football Schedule
Thursday June 2nd: 5pm @ Carson High School
Family Invitation to Practice:
Our final spring practice runs on Friday, May 27th from 4:30 to 6:30 pm. Parents and family are welcome. I would love for you to see our new coaching staff in action, as they serve, teach, and mentor your son.
Booster Club Meeting:
Our first Booster club Meeting is onTuesday, May 31st from 7pm to 8pm, in Room 309. This is a great opportunity to insure a bright future for Jaguar Football.
Exam Prep Schedule:
June 1st to June 14th
The last two weeks of school are critical for Jaguar Football. Our focus shifts to academics, as we turn in missing work, and study for final exams. Our structure allows coaches continued contact with our kids both in Study Hall and in the Weight Room.
6th Period: Class Room
7th Period: Study Hall (Monday through Thursday)
3:50pm to 5:00pm: Weights & Conditioning (Monday-Thursday)
Head Football Coach
Dear Parents and Students,
Cabrillo High School offers many interscholastic athletic teams and programs for your participation. Our seasons consist of the fall season, winter season and spring season. In the attachment is a breakdown of each season and their respective sports for boys and girls. You may compete in one sport per season (some exceptions apply) and must be academically and medically eligible before participation