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Athletics at Waterford USD

Participating in athletics improves physical and mental wellness, and establishes a foundation for lifelong fitness habits. Students who play sports report that they feel more connected to their school and peers, and have a greater sense of self confidence.

Team sports provide the opportunity to build relationships with peers, learn teamwork, and practice good sportsmanship.

All athletes at Waterford USD are expected to show good character on an off the field, and meet the academic requirements for participation.

Insurance

Each student-athlete, and their parent/guardian, is required to complete the an athletic eligibility form and a physical form prior to any participation in team tryouts, conditioning, practice or competition.The student-athlete is to receive a physical clearance from a recognized physician (physicals conducted by a chiropractor are no longer accepted), and each family must provide proof of insurance, including the 1) compay, 2) policy number, and 3) contact information. If insurance is not available through the family's work or individual coverage, it may be purchased from Myers-Stevens Student Accident Insurance. The packet is good for one calendar year from the date the physical is received, and must be renewed yearly for continued participation.

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Athletics at Waterford High School

Waterford High School is home to a thriving athletics program that helps students remain active, establish connections with peers, and compete for scholarships. In the past several years, our Wildcat teams have won a variety of championship titles, including section championships in football, boys' cross country, competitive cheer, boys' soccer, baseball, and track and field.

Students at WHS are encouraged to remember that participating in school athletic programs is voluntary and being a part of a team is a privilege that each student must earn. When a student chooses to become part of an athletic program, they recognize that practices and games will take time out of each day from their studies. By participating in athletics at WHS, students realize that they are student athletes. Their academics are the first priority and athletics come second. Maintaining academic eligibility is the responsibility of each student athlete here at our school.

Eligibility to participate in any sport is based on a 2.0 Grade Point Average (GPA).

GIRLS' SPORTS

SOFTBALL

VOLLEYBALL

GOLF

BASKETBALL

SOCCER

CO-ED SPORTS

TRACK

CROSS COUNTRY

TENNIS

FOOTBALL

CHEER

COMPETITIVE CHEER

WRESTLING

BOYS' SPORTS

BASEBALL

VOLLEYBALL

GOLF

BASKETBALL

SOCCER

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WHS Athletics Department

Athletics Director:

SAMMY MAHMUD

Phone: (209) 874-9069

EMAIL

Athletics at Waterford Jr High School

Students in good academic standing at Waterford Junior High School (WJHS) have the opportunity to participate in competitive athletics. Sports available include both boys and girls basketball and volleyball, and co-ed soccer, track and field, and wrestling. Both basketball and volleyball have seperate teams based on grade level.

Students at WJHS are encouraged to remember that participating in school athletic programs is voluntary and being a part of a team is a privilege that each student must earn. When a student chooses to become part of an athletic program, they recognize that practices and games will take time out of each day from their studies. By participating in athletics at WJHS, students realize that they are student athletes. Their academics are the first priority and athletics come second. Maintaining academic eligibility is the responsibility of each student athlete here at our school.

Eligibility to participate in any sport is based on a 2.0 Grade Point Average (GPA).

SOCCER

GIRLS' SPORTS

VOLLEYBALL

BASKETBALL

CO-ED SPORTS

SOCCER

TRACK & FIELD

WRESTLING

BOYS' SPORTS

VOLLEYBALL

BASKETBALL

Athletics at Lucille Whitehead Intermediate School

Lucille Whitehead Intermediate School provides its students with the opportunity to stay active and explore their interests through non-competitive and intramural sports.

Intramural sports are played during the lunch hour, with rotating sports such as soccer, basketball, volleyball, hockey, and others played throughout the year. Intramural sports are a great way to establish an active lifestyle early in life. Students get to learn about the rules and gameplay of a variety of sports, without the pressure or commitment of competitive athletics. Should they desire to play competitive athletics during secondary school, they have a great foundation for success.

Depending on the interest, LWIS has formed non-competitive teams to play a short season of games with surrounding schools. These non-competitive leagues are also a great way for students to stay active and prepare to play at a higher level during the coming years.

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