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Students benefit from opportunities to grow physically and intellectually through their experience in self-discipline and their contribution to team efforts made possible from competitive interscholastic sports activities. The interscholastic athletic program of this district shall be considered as an extracurricular part of the total school program. The Board shall strive to achieve equity and variety with regard to the district’s athletic programs. It is the Board’s desire to engage as many students as possible in athletics and to offer programs that appeal to the district’s diverse student population. All interscholastic sports and clubs and participants must follow Colorado High School Activities Association (CHSAA) policies and procedures.
Physical Examinations and Insurance
All students participating in grades 6-12 competitive athletics must have an annual physical examination, completed by a licensed medical doctor, at the student's expense or as provided by the Weld County Medical Society. Participation in athletics shall be contingent upon authorization from the examining physician. Before any student will be permitted to participate in any school sports activities, they must show proof of insurance. This insurance must be purchased or a waiver must be presented that absolves the school district of any liability for accidents. A student insurance program may be provided by the school district.
Sportsmanship is a very important aspect of athletics. We encourage all athletes, as well as all spectators, to show good sportsmanship at all athletic events. Parents can show the appreciation for our athletes by cheering for their home teams and not against the opponent. Praise and encouragement for all athletes is very important. Showing good sportsmanship involves allowing the officials to officiate, coaches to coach, and players to play.
During each season of competition, student-athletes have the opportunity to earn a number of different school sponsored athletic awards at the completion of the athletic season and at the end of each school year. Upon the completion of each season, student-athletes may be recognized with an Athletic Letter. Coaches will review the specific criteria to earn a letter at the beginning of the season. The end of the year athletic awards and the eligibility criteria for each award are listed as follows:
Athlete of the Year: Senior Athletic Award
• Must have a cumulative G.P.A of 2.5 or higher.
• Must have lettered in a minimum of two sports.
• Must have demonstrated outstanding sportsmanship and personal conduct.
• Must display appropriate behaviors and perform at high-levels during athletic competition and in the classroom.
• Must not be involved in any disciplinary action during the year, alcohol abuse, suspensions, sexual harassment, and gang activity.
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Helpful Documents and Websites
Assistant Principal | Athletics Director
Caren Renee Haining