aders to tryout for all teams except Football. The State Board or Education set that rule. Unfortuanately, the BOE did not vote for this in time for cheerleading, hence tryouts were held in May of last Spring sumester.
Please read over the requirement to tryout for a sport in ABSS. It is all spelled out on the Athletic webpage. Any questions contact Glenn Terrell, Athletic Director @ email@example.com. us.
2017 - 2018 WOODLAWN EAGLES CHEER SQUAD
WOODLAWN IS STARTING A RUNNING CLUB ON MONDAY, FEB. 27TH. YOU MUST HAVE A WAVIER FORM FILLED OUT AND TURNED INTO COACH TERRELL TO PARTICIPATE. iT IS RECOMENDED THAT YOU GET A PHYSICAL, BUT NOT REQUIRED SINCE IT IS A CLUB.
SINCE WE DID NOT HAVE THE ANTICIPATED NUMBER COME OUT, COACH MORE WILL MEET WITH ALL RUNNING CLUB MEMBERS WILL PRACTICE ON TUESDAYS AND THURSDAYS. IF NUMBERS INCREASE, WE MIGHT HAVE TO MAKE AN ADJUSTMENT AGAIN.
NEXT YEAR EVERY MIDDLE SCHOOL IN THE COUNTY IS SUPPOSE TO HAVE A TRACK TEAM.
THE TEAM WILL BE COACHED BY COACH KENNY MOORE.
Dixon Riley & Maddie BrownMegan Banko
Sarah Widderich, Bri Aldridge
& Mary Brown
Hannah Hawks & Alecia Gonzales
2017 Woodlawn Girls Soccer Team
DEFENDING CONFRENCE CHAMPIONS 2016 & 2017!!!
PARENTS YOU CAN NOW BUY A SEASON SPORTS PASS FOR...FAMILY $60 OR INDIVIDUAL FOR $50. PLEASE WRITE CHECKS TO THE "WOODLAWN ATHLETIC BOOSTERS."
These will get you into all Woodlawn Home games ONLY! You must have your pass with you to get into the game. Ifyou need additional information please call 919-563-3222 and ask for Coach Terrell or Kathy Dodson. You may also email Coach Terrell at firstname.lastname@example.org.
WOODLAWN MIDDLE SCHOOL
"HOME OF THE EAGLES
It is time again for the Eagles to hit the fields and courts for the 2016 - 2017 school year. Here are some things you will need to tryout for sports at Woodlawn...
1) a physical examination. Forms can be downloaded from the list below or obtained from the front office or the gym.
2) Every 6th & 7th grader is eligibly for the fall semester. 8th graders will be required to pass all 4 core classes and one elective classes during the previous semester. Example: A 8th grade student wanting to play football or softball in the fall and basketball in the winter, would have to have passed all 4 core classes(math, science, LA and social studies)and 1 elective(PE, Art, Band, etc.)during the spring semester the year before trying out.
6th, 7th and 8th grade students wanting to go out for a spring sports, will have to meet these academic requirements during the fall semster to be eligible.
Also, students must attend school 85% of the previous semester. What that means is they can not miss more than 13.5 days a semester.
CLICK HERE:/site/Default.aspx?PageID=30353 for more information about middleschool sports.