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SPRING PRE-SEASON PARENT & ATHLETE MEETING
March 16th: 6PM in the Auditorium
MUST ATTEND IN ORDER TO PARTICIPATE
SPRING 2017 registration will begin on FEBRARY 13TH AND CLOSE ON MARCH 13TH. TO GUARANTEE PARTICIPATION ON THE FIRST DAY OF PRACTICE ALL REGISTRATIONS MUST BE SUBMITTED BY THE MARCH 13TH DEADLINE. Your athlete is considered registered when: (1) The on-line registration form is completed, electronically signed and submitted, (2) The nurse has verivied that the athlete's physical exam is current and valid, and (3) The athletic director has received a concussion course certificate. Find it HERE. (the certificate is valid for one academic school year) ALL THREE REQUIREMENTS MUST BE MET IN ORDER FOR YOUR ATHLETE TO BEGIN PRACTICING/TRYING OUT.
PAYING THE USER FEE IS A SEPARATE PROCESS. THE USER FEE IS DUE PRIOR TO THE FIRST CONTEST. IF YOU CAN NOT MEET THE DEADLINE (FIRST GAME) YOU NEED TO CONTACT THE A.D. TO MAKE AN ARRANGEMENT TO MEET THE OBLIGATION.
You can complete these tasks by clicking on the links Below. If you have any questions or concerns regarding this process please contact me at: (978) 939-7325 Office or firstname.lastname@example.org.
All SPRING schedules are posted. Please check back as schedules may change due to weather, locations, or times. To stay current with any changes to practices or games sign up for the "Notify Me" feature on the Home Page. Click on the "Notify Me" link under the Quick Links section.
The SPRING Sport Season begins on Monday, March 20th.
Middle School Participation
Athletics are typically offered for students in 7th or 8th grade. The decision to allow 6th grade participation in a given sport or season will be based on "need to sustain the program" as determined by the Athletic Director and Principal. In addition, 6th grade participation cannot cause displacement of another student-athlete's own team (7th or 8th grade candidate for the team).
Athletic participation at Narragansett Middle School requires a student to be eligible in both academics and social standing with the school. Please review those sections of Middle School handbook for more information.
Junior Varsity and/or Varsity Participation
Eighth grade students may occasionally be called upon to participate in sports at Narragansett Regional High School based on "need to sustain the program" as determined by a number of factors. MIAA Rule 51 permits this under a waiver. Application for a waiver is handled by the Athletic Director.
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NRHS Nurse: Beth Poulin-Smith
NMS Nurse: Karen DeJoy
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The mission of the Narragansett Regional School District's Athletic Program is to teach and reinforce the values associated with discipline, performing under stress, teamwork, sacrifice, commitment, effort, accountability, citizenship, confidence, leadership and organizational skills, participating within rules, physical well-being and healthy life styles, striving toward excellence, ethics, playing within the spirit of the rules and good sportsmanship; all values we emphasize within our program.
All student athletes are governed under the rules and regulations set by the MIAA except those Narragansett Regional School District rules and regulations above the minimum standard detailed in the Narragansett Regional High School student handbook. If you have any questions, please contact your coach, athletic director, assistant principal and/or principal. Students and parents may view the rules and regulations at the M.I.A.A. website at www.miaa.net.