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Rules & Expectations

  • You must have an IHSAA physical & concussion awareness forms on file in the Athletic Directors office prior to participating in any conditioning or practice.
  • Follow the Crown Point High School Athletic Code of Conduct.
  • Anyone using alcohol, tobacco, or drugs will be dismissed from the team. These are not the type of athletes we want representing Crown Point High School Girls Cross Country.
  • All athletes are expected to attend all practices. Practice will begin promptly at 2:50pm.
  • Athletes may not participate in another non-school sport during track season.  Our season is demanding, and competing in another sport during the track season increase the risk of injury to an unacceptable level. Outside coaching during the season is prohibited.
  • Bullying: intimidation of weaker person: the process of intimidating or mistreating somebody weaker or in a more vulnerable situation (definition). This type of behavior is unacceptable. This type of behavior can be used through text messages, social media, face-to-face, etc. If this type of behavior is present, the athlete will be removed from the team immediately.
  • All athletes must ride the team bus to and from all meets. The only exception is if Coach Moskalick and Mr. Dorulla approve a travel release form.  This must be submitted (and approved) prior to the event.
  • Coach Moskalick may be reached via email (preferred) or phone.
    • Email:
    • School Phone: (219) 663-4885 (ext. 11124)
  • Parents will be notified in a timely manner of any rule violations.
  • Violation of team rules may result in being withheld from a meet or dismissal from the team
  • Be respectful to teammates and coaches.
  • Achieve and maintain good academic standing.
  • Attend each class and be an active learner in all classes.
  • Be a positive influence to all.
  • Be a positive member in the community.
  • Respect all staff members at any educational facility and athletic facility.
  • Attend each practice and execute in all aspects of practice to the best of your ability.
  • Execute proper safety and courtesy at all practices and events.
  • Search for and accept new challenges.
  • Be a responsible user of social media sites.
  • Trust and believe in teammates, teachers, coaches, and administrators.
  • Follow all team and school rules before, during, and after practice, when in season and not in season.
  • Parents will be notified in a timely manner of any expectation violations.
  • Violation of team expectations may result in being withheld from a meet or dismissal from the team.