Tuesday, September 22, 2020

Middle School Sports Registration Open for Coronado Students

The 2017-2018 school year begins in a few weeks. The Islander Sports Foundation wants to remind you that Coronado Middle School sports are open to all 6th, 7th, and 8th graders on the island, including the private schools and homeschool (students do not need to attend CMS).

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The first day of school is August 24 and the registration deadline for fall sports is August 25. Some teams will start meeting on Monday, August 28. A completed registration includes the online registration, a physician-completed medical form and payment by Friday, August 25.

Middle school fall sports for 2017 include baseball, boys beach volleyball, cross country, flag football, girls lacrosse, girls volleyball, strength and speed, and yoga.

Information and registration at www.islandersportsfoundation.com
Questions to CMS Athletic Director, Meredith Hinz, at mhinz113@gmail.com
*the winter and spring registration deadlines are not finalized

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The mission of the CMS sports program has been updated to emphasize participation over winning and minimize the conflict with academics. All participants at all levels should feel welcome and this new mission is being communicated to all coaches to ensure athletes have a good experience. Also, a change is coming regarding early dismissal so that students will not miss as much school when competing against teams off-island.

For additional information on registration, click here to read more and watch a short video.

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