We offer athletic programming designed to support the educational development of our students. Students benefit by learning sportsmanship, ethics, integrity, teamwork, competition, and how to win and lose gracefully.
We view athletics as an extension of the academic program and strive to model the healthy balance critical to the well-being and success of young people. Athletics can foster pride in our schools and communities, and we value the support of parents, faculty, administrators and students.
The following sports are available for our incoming 6th graders: Track & Field, Wrestling, and Cross Country. These are the only sports they will be permitted to participate in. If you have any questions, please feel free to reach out to our Athletics Coordinator.
All practices with the exception of Football practices Monday, Tuesday and Thursday from 3:00 to 5:00 p.m. Football is the only sport that practices Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday from 3:00 to 5:00 p.m.
All students are to attend practice daily. All students will need a certain amount of practices to compete in the first event. Your coach will let you know.
There will be an Activity bus Monday-Thursday for sports and after school activities. The bus will leave during non-game days at 5:05 from in front of the school by the steps outside of the front office.
The bus will leave on game days after all of the games for that day have been played
If you are planning to take your son or daughter home after games please send an email to myself, Melissa Thomas or Chad Kodama and we will let their coach know.
All students are to ride the bus for all sporting events unless worked out prior through myself, or Chad Kodama no exceptions
- Boys Soccer - Grades 7-8
- Softball - Grades 7-8
- Track & Field - Grades 6-8
- Boys Basketball - Grades 7-8
- Girls Soccer - Grades 7-8
- Girls Basketball - Grades 7-8
- Wrestling - Grades 6-8
- Cross Country - Grades 6-8
- Football - Grade 8
- Volleyball - Grades 7-8