Tuesday, September 22, 2020

ISF Middle School Spring Sports Registration Open January 7-31

CMS Track 2018. Image: ISFAll students in grades 6 through 8 are encouraged to participate in the Islander Sports Foundation (ISF) Middle School Sports program for the Spring 2019 season. Online registration is open January 7 through 31, 2019. The season runs February through May. Spring sports include:

  • boy’s indoor volleyball
  • coed tennis
  • coed track and field
  • girl’s basketball
  • girl’s beach volleyball
  • strength & speed
  • yoga
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ISF logoPractices are held throughout Coronado and some of the teams compete against other San Diego schools. The Middle School sports program is not sponsored by the school district so there is a $200 participation fee which covers coaches salaries, equipment, referees, uniforms, insurance and administration. Scholarships are available by application. All students with a Coronado connection are eligible to participate regardless of which school they attend. Meet new friends, learn new skills and be a part of a fun, active sports program!

More information available at islandersportsfoundation.com



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