We have a players only hockey meeting for all players trying out for both JV and Varsity on Thursday, October 13th, at 8:00am in the school High School Auditorium. The school has made announcements during the week, but these messages may not have reached the students. This meeting is not mandatory, but will provide students with information on registration, the tryout process, and the schedule for tryouts.
- The season starts on November 7th. All registration materials must be in before 3:00 on Monday, November 7th (before the beginning of tryouts).
What to know as a parent?
- All registration forms need to be in by November 7th. If you are not sure what your child needs to have turned in, you can contact the athletic office.
- Registration must be paid to tryout.
- Tryouts will go Monday through Thursday from 3:15pm to 5:50pm. They players will need to get to the rink right after school, and organization will be explained to them.
- The players will need to have extra time on Thursday, as we will meet with all players one on one regardless if they make the team or not.
- The players will need tennis shoes and shorts for some off ice testing.
- The players will be split into groups, some groups will be released earlier each day.
- After our decisions have been made on Thursday, we will have team practices on Friday.
- Varsity and JV will practice Friday afternoon and Saturday Morning. There will be a team meeting Saturday morning following practice for two hours.
- After the season starts, we will have a parent meeting for JV and Varsity.
Winter Sport Registration
- Registration will begin on October 12, 2016
- To register ONLINE for Athletics; parents must log into FeePay (link in the column to the right) to complete the athletics registration for their athlete. Additionally, each athlete must log into their Skyward Student Access account, go to Online Forms and complete the athletics registration form.
- The WIAA Physical or Alternate Year card MUST be turned into the Athletic Office BEFORE the online registration will be considered complete.