Booster Club Meeting – November 6, 2017

Susan Fraser opened the meeting at 7:05pm. 

Meeting Attendees:

Susan Fraser, Tiffany Sybert, Eileen Clarke, Jennifer Kieffer, Indra Williams, Anna Amen, Vignocchi, John Fraser, Kirsten Crispin James Williams, Mike Lee, Dave McMillian, Matt Purdy, Deborah Phadnis, Tere Neuhausel

President's Report

November 9 -  Fall Sports Awards 6:30 pm

November 10  - Winter Sports Jamboree : 5:00-6:30pm all freshman in the CPA, 6:30pm breakouts by team.

Treasurer’s Report – doing well!

Membership Report – membership numbers are up and gift expenses are down, so good numbers.  We are above 700 members, still hoping for new members from winter and spring sports.

Spartanwear Report – planning for next year’s orders, good fall sales.

Yard Sign Report – sign output is all caught up, expecting a batch of orders for winter and spring sports. 

Publicity – Mark Spencer has started our new Facebook page, promoting “likes”.  The page will post articles and pictures for all of the teams.  Susan said to let Mark know if you have any ideas for Facebook coverage. Constant Contact email program up and running.

Team Reports

Boys & Girls Cross Country – Conference meet was held on a Monday evening, Varsity boys 3rd place, Varsity Girls 2nd place, both teams qualified for Regionals, Varsity boys just missed qualifying for Sectionals, girls team did not qualify either.  Both teams qualified individuals.  A freshman girl broke the school record and just missed qualifying for All State!

Varsity Girls Swimming & Diving – Varsity 4th, JV 2nd in Conference. Diving 3rd for Varsity, 1st for JV .Sectionals are this Saturday at GBS.

Varsity Boys Soccer – lost to Evanston in the Sectional Final, losing 15 seniors this year.  One team member was elected All State, 6 all conference

Athletic Director's Report

Possible future construction will start with the back four gyms, original floors will be removed, a wall will be removed between two small gyms to make a flexible use gym with a dividing curtain. The tennis courts are going to be torn up, new fencing, new wind screen.  There is a thought of moving the tennis courts 15 feet to make way for a viewing area.  Projects still need to go out to bid.



Susan Fraser adjourned the meeting at 7:25 pm.