Interscholastic Athletic Programs
The district offers a full range of interscholastic sports. Programs for students in grades 7-12 normally require attendance at practice five or six days per week for 2 to 2.5 hours each practice. There is a selection process for teams that involve competition with other schools in our league and section.
Summer Sports Physicals
Summer Sports Physicals are Wednesday, June 26, and Tuesday, July 2. Registration will begin at 6 a.m. Wednesday, May 1 and will close Tuesday, July 2.
Students will receive information about team sign-ups in their physical education classes. Sign-ups begin 30 days prior to the start of the sports season.
Students entering Grade 7 who wish to participate in a fall sport will receive information in their sixth-grade elementary physical education class in May. New students who enter during the summer and wish to participate in sports should call the Athletic Office and schedule a summer physical with the school medical provider. This physical will meet the requirements for the entire school year.
Please note: If your child is transferring from another school and participated in interscholastic sports in his or her previous school, please complete this form and bring it to the school when registering your child.
We will hold school sports physicals in the summer each year. This enables all of our students interested in athletics to be prepared for each sport season for the full school year. A physical less than one year old at the beginning of the sport season is acceptable.
Student athletes who need a school sports physical should log on to the Family ID site here.
Students should report to the High School cafeteria using the auditorium doors. Please refer to the Family ID site at the link above for the last day to register for a physical.
To reach the High School Health Office, call 795-2512. During the summer, the High School Health Office is open every Wednesday 9am-noon for sports and working papers. To reach the Middle School Health Office, call 739-6357 x4.
Each coach holds a preseason meeting before the start of the season. The coach will check medical eligibility forms provided by the Nurse’s Office and allow only those students who are cleared by the nurse to begin practices. Coaches will provide practice schedules on the first day of practice. Coaches will also present expectations, goals, and objectives.
Varsity and Junior Varsity: Boys Cross Country, Football, Golf, Soccer, Girls Cheerleading, Cross Country, Soccer, Swimming, Tennis, Girls Volleyball
7th & 8th Grade: Cross Country (boys and girls), Football, Girls' Volleyball, Girls' Swimming, Boys' and Girls' Soccer, Co-Ed Golf
Varsity and JV: Boys Basketball, Bowling, Indoor Track (Varsity), Swimming, Wrestling; Girls: Basketball, Cheerleading, Indoor Track, Bowling
7th & 8th Grade: Boys Basketball, Boys Swimming, Wrestling; Girls Basketball
Varsity and JV: Boys Baseball, Girls Golf (Varsity), Lacrosse, Tennis, Track; Girls Lacrosse, Softball, Track
Modified: Boys Baseball, Boys and Girls Lacrosse, Boys and Girls Outdoor Track, Girls Softball
For more information on our athletic program, please contact Bert Conklin, director of physical education and athletics, at (607) 739-5601, x4254, or email email@example.com.