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Winter Sports Season #2

Hello to all!
The winter 2 sports season is upon us. Most winter 2 sports begin Monday, January 27th. Please contact the coach or see the information sheet for team specific information.

Please to make sure that your student has a physical on file with the main office. You must use the MHSAA Physical Form. Other forms, or Health Risk Appraisals, from doctor’s offices will not be accepted. I have attached the physical form for your convenience. Only physicals dated 4/15/2019 or later are valid for the 2019-2020 school year. All students will need a completed physical form on file with the main office before being allowed to participate in tryouts/practices.

The participation fee is a $150 fee which you will need to pay if your student makes a team. Some teams are "no-cut" sports so the fee can be paid right away. For those sports with tryouts, you can wait to see if your student makes the team before you pay the fee.

The best resource for all up-to-date athletic information is the Middle School Athletic web page.
Please see the link below:

Our sports schedules can now be found at, and or You can find our sports competition schedules from the links to these pages found on our Middle School Athletic web page.

*Note on sports schedules: Though some coaches give out the season schedule at the beginning of the season, I advise checking your school’s website for the most current information on schedules as they do change during the course of a season.

Please contact me, or the coaches, if you have any questions.
Yours in Sport, Avis Najor

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