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2021 Athletic Update for Eligibility

Spring sports are scheduled to begin tryouts on March 1st.  Spring sports include baseball, girls volleyball, boys and girls soccer and boys and girls track 

 

Baseball, boys and girls soccer, track & field, and volleyball begin March 1st. In order to be eligible to play students must have passed all four core classes and at least one encore class for the first semester. Students must also have all the information filled out on Athletic Clearance prior to March 1st in order to participate.

Trying Out for Team? See criteria below
Must be in grade 6, 7 or grade 8 to participate in interscholastic athletic competition. 6th graders cannot participate in football.
Must be less than fifteen years of age on or before/August 31 of the current school year.
Once students enter the sixth grade they have 6 consecutive semesters of eligibility.
Must attain a passing grade in all core subjects and one elective subject each semester. If the athlete is academically eligible or ineligible at the beginning of the semester, that status is retained the full semester.
Must receive a medical examination each year (364 days) by a duly licensed physician, nurse practitioner, or physician's assistant.

Must have been in attendance 85% of the previous semester

Fall Sports (Football, Softball, Cross Country) can begin tryouts on April 12th.

 

 

In preparation we are asking all parents of athletes fill out this form from athleticclearance.com before the students can play sports (or even tryout)

 

You can also use the handout with steps to follow spelled out with screenshots.

 

Important Information on Medical Physical Dates 

Date of Current Physical

Requirement for 2020-2021

Prior to 03/01/19 Need valid, up-to-date physical prior to participating.
On or after 03/01/19 through 05/01/20 Granted a temporary extension to participate through the end of the 2020-2021 academic year.
On or after 05/02/20 Will participate based on the current policy of being “valid for 395 days”