The first day of official practice for
SPRING sports will be Monday, March 3rd
Baseball - Softball - Tennis - Track & Field Golf - Crew - Equestrian
Before your son or daughter will be allowed to participate in practice, you must have completed the following:
. All 9th and 11th graders are required to get a physical and turn in the appropriate form to the Athletic Office. This also applies to 10th and 12th graders who did not play a sport at Ashland High School last year.
All 10th and 12th graders who have a physical on file from last year need to have their parents fill out a Medical History form and turn it in to the Athletic Office.
athletes need to turn in a completed Athletic Contract, including signatures from both the student and the parent, to the Athletic Office.
All athletes must purchase a Student Body Card in the main office.
IF YOUR SON OR DAUGHTER WAS CLEARED TO PLAY A FALL or SPRING SPORT, THEY SIMPLY NEED TO SIGN UP FOR A WINTER SPORT IN THE ATHLETIC OFFICE. THE PAPERWORK IS GOOD FOR THE ENTIRE SCHOOL YEAR.
Questions? Call Athletic Office directly
Athletic Director: Karl Kemper
Athletic Secretary: Kelly Tygerson
STATE STANDARDS FOR ELIGIBILITY
* Oregon School Activities Association (OSAA) state academic guidelines for participation in athletics:
* The student must have earned 5 credits in the previous semester. This does not apply to incoming freshman for fall and winter sports.
* The student must be enrolled in and passing 5 credits in the current semester.
* The student must be making satisfactory progress toward graduation, defined as having completed 8 credits prior to their sophomore year, 20 prior to junior year and 33 prior to senior year.
ASHLAND HIGH SCHOOL ACADEMIC POLICY
Students will be eligible to be on the team and practice based on the above state standards. However, to be eligible to participate in competition on a weekly basis, student-athletes will be required to have 5 classes in which they have a grade of “C” or better and no “F’s.” Our Academic Coaches, Allison French and Jay Preskenis, will monitor grades on a weekly basis. Students who are not meeting the standards will be required to meet with them twice weekly to work on individualized plans for improving their academic performance. In certain cases, they may allow students to play who are below the district standard but are working hard and showing satisfactory progress toward meeting standard.