Spring Sports Student/Parent Informational Meeting

There will be a student/parent informational meeting for those interested in participating in a spring sport on Monday, February 19, 2018 at 7:00 PM at Junction City High School (main campus). At 7:00 PM each spring sport will conduct their own informational meeting to discuss tryout procedures, rules, etc. and help you and your student plan for the upcoming season. Athletic Department personnel will also be in attendance to process JCHS Athletic Packet paperwork.

Spring sports offered at Junction City High School are: Baseball, softball, B/G track, boys tennis, girls soccer, girls swimming and boys golf.

For more information, please call (785) 717-4214.

Spring sports will begin their first day of practice on Monday, February 26th. All paperwork required for practice/tryouts needs to be turned into the athletic dept. prior to February 23rd.

Necessary forms for student participation

Students attending Junction City High School will not be eligible to participate (games, practice, tryouts) in any sport without clearance from the Athletic Department. A JCHS Athletic Packet must be completed and returned to the athletic office, before the first day of practice/tryouts. When all paperwork is completed and turned in, the student athlete will be entered on an eligibility list to be given to the coaches at the beginning of tryouts. An athlete must be on this list to be allowed to practice/tryout/participate. Failure to have these forms on file with the Athletic Department may prevent the student athlete from having the opportunity to participate in that sport.

The JCHS Athletic Packet may be obtained from the athletic department, room 102 at the CAC campus and the main office of Freshman Academy. We will also send an athletic packet via Skyward notification email.

Physical examinations – Pre-participation physical evaluation form (must be dated after May 1, 2017)

Students are not eligible to represent their school in interscholastic athletics, spirit or performing groups until a signed physical evaluation form by a practicing physician is on file with the building AD. This form will certify that the student has passed an adequate physical examination and is physically fit to participate in interscholastic athletics, spirit or performing groups. This form shall also be signed by the parent or legal guardian, stating the student has permission to participate.

The physical examination must be reported on forms provided by the KSHSAA and shall not be completed earlier than May 1 preceding the school year for which it is applicable. The completed form must be filed with the building AD prior to the first practice session in which the student participates.

Physical examination forms may be obtained from the school’s athletic department of which the student attends. You may also obtain a copy of the physical examination form by accessing the KSHSAA web site at www.kshsaa.org

Spring Sports Flyer

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