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Richard Montgomery Secondary School "More Than Only A Field" Why we are introducing an engineered turf field All-climate, all season accessibility for an assortment of occasions Expanded playing hours for use by RM understudies and for the RM group Less wounds to every one of the competitors using the field
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Richard Montgomery High School “More Than Just A Field”

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Why we are introducing an engineered turf field All-climate, all season accessibility for a mixture of occasions Increased playing hours for utilization by RM understudies and for the RM group Fewer wounds to every one of the competitors using the field Reduced upkeep expense; diminish in worker hours Excellent playability and strength for all games Environmentally cordial for Montgomery County Cost-powerful for RMHS Infrastructure for the RMHS Sports and Event Management Academy (SEMA) exercises .

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Demographics RM nearly speaks to the county’s demographics regarding ethnic gatherings.

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Incoming MYP Freshmen

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Number of RM Students Taking Advanced Placement Exams

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Number of Advanced Placement Exams Administered

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Sports and Event Management Academy Students will be presented to a thorough system that gives important information, and basic hands-on experience, in the steadily developing industry of Sports and Event Management.â  Students will effectively increase both pragmatic and hypothetical experience to work in the different fields of games, games and relaxation, diversion and games and expressions related stimulation. Themes of premium will include: Sports and the Media Sports and the Law Sports Statistics and Data Analysis Kinesiology of Sport Marketing Business and Entertainment Management .

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Sports and Event Management Academy SEMA understudies will turn out to be a piece of one of the accompanying MCPS Career and Technology Education (CTE) Pathways: Media and Broadcast Journalism Business Administration and Management Health Professions (Please allude to the RM site for extra program data)

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Sports and Event Management Academy SEMA understudies will be effectively meeting expectations with the RMHS group, and also other group gatherings and organizations, to… Plan Implement Monitor Facilitate Advertise …a mixture of game and excitement occasions at the new RMHS school and stadium offices.

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Sports and Event Management Academy To date, the greater part of our arranged SEMA program occasions will be focused on our new counterfeit surface stadium field and the nearby building offices. Occasions such as… area and state interscholastic playoff amusements, state and territorial Marching Band rivalries, semi-expert. what\'s more, university soccer and lacrosse competitions, state and local recreational class rivalries, and Montgomery County Arts Council and recreational system occasions. …will all be highlighted at our new offices.

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Business and Educational Partners Coppin State University Georgetown University of Maryland Penn State University Washington Nationals Real Maryland Rockville Express Radio America

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Third Generation Turf Synthetic turf is ensured to oppose : Ultraviolet beams (direct daylight); Rot, mold, buildup, hydrolysis; Airborne contaminants; Microbial assaults (counting MRSA); Foot-movement of non-athletic occasions; and All sorts of climate.

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Third Generation Turf Today’s engineered grass surfaces are not the “old Astroturf” you may have knew about. Innovation has progressed to a point where the 3 rd era engineered surfaces look like genuine grass, play like genuine grass, and are turned out to be SAFER than genuine grass.

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Third Generation Turf Unlike customary counterfeit turf, engineered turf does not depend on a basic “shock pad” for security, versatility and solace. Like grass, engineered turf strands are encompassed by, and balanced out, by a mix of life-like “synthetic earth” – a licensed, layered blend of smooth sand and elastic granules.

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Third Generation Turf Quality manufactured turf fields have up to 10 pounds of this elastic/sand infill blend per square foot of playing surface.

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Increased Playing Hours Synthetic turf fields can be utilized 3,000 hours of “event use” every year (over a four-season window), with no harm to the turf.â  Natural turf fields get to be unplayable following 680 to 816 hours for every year, and are regularly just accessible just for three seasons of “ athletic play” (late spring, summer and early fall).

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All-Weather Availability Synthetic turf can be utilized inside of hours of the heaviest downpour. Engineered turf can be utilized year-around . Snow can even be furrowed off of an engineered turf field.

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Fewer Injuries Studies have demonstrated that manufactured turf fields are much more uniform and predictable than the common turf fields schools have the capacity to keep up. Engineered fields are made of versatile materials that give a level of effect constriction that is hard to get on hard, over-utilized normal grass fields.

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Environmentally Friendly Using manufactured turf disposes of the requirement for chemicals that streams into our streams. Utilized auto tire elastic (in the infill blend) reuses 25 million utilized auto tires for every year (else, they wind up in U.S. landfills).â  The EPA consistently supports the utilization of reused auto tires for play areas, running tracks and manufactured surface athletic fields .

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Cost-Effective Natural turf fields require more or less : 70,000 gallons of watering system water/week, 15-20 lbs of manure/year per 1,000 sq. ft. of turf, Plus the standard use of herbicides & pesticides. The normal characteristic grass field expenses up $50,000/year to legitimately keep up. An engineered grass field midpoints not exactly $5,000/year to keep up. Manufactured turf fields are ordinarily justified for around 3,000 hours of play for every year - with no "rest" needed. Engineered turf fields are a predictable, accessible venue that gives a solid wellspring of rental income for schools and group use offices. The normal life-compass of a manufactured turf surface is somewhere around 10 and 12 years .

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“But, simulated surfaces… … are perilously hot in the late spring months .” FACT An engineered surface (versus normal grass) will negligibly hold the warmth amid the more sultry hours of the late spring days (i.e. 12:00 pm to 3:00 pm), but… Synthetic surfaces can be diluted to make a cooler playing surface amid this time allotment.

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“But, fake surfaces… …retain the MRSA staph virus.” FACT Studies have demonstrated that manufactured surfaces don\'t hold staph or other microbial microscopic organisms. It is demonstrated that different surfaces found in athletic offices do convey staph and other microbial microorganisms (i.e. locker rooms, towels, preparing rooms, seats, and so on.) Bad cleanliness and uncalled for cleaning systems are the prime components in the exchange of microbial microorganisms.

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“But fake surfaces… … contain lethal chemicals in the elastic ?” FACT The human body is not able to process the elastic material contained in the infill. Any ingested elastic will go directly through the human digestive framework. Parkway and air transportation, warming, and cooking speak to the biggest measure of PAHs noticeable all around – not the ground elastic found in manufactured turf infill.

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“There are way more wounds on turf!” A 5-year study demonstrated that manufactured turf brought about : 55% less Neural wounds 47% less Cranial Cervical wounds 45% less time lost to long haul wounds (22+ days) 38% less genuine wounds 35% less time lost to fleeting wou

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