Tuesday, September 22, 2020

Time to Register for Middle School Sports Fall Season

The 2019-2020 school year begins on August 22 and registration for middle school fall sports opens Friday August 2. The Fall 2019 season offers boy’s baseball (7th and 8th grade only), girl’s indoor volleyball, boy’s beach volleyball, co-ed cross country, co-ed flag football, co-ed strength and speed, and co-ed yoga. The season runs September through November with practice two to three times a week in Coronado and some competitive games or events at San Diego area schools.

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The middle school sports program is open to all students in grades 6 through 8 regardless of which Coronado school they attend. Registration is open August 2 through September 13, 2019 and requires:

  1. completed online registration at https://islandersportsfoundation.com/cmsregistration/
  2. a completed athletic physical form signed by a physician and dated after 6/1/2019 and
  3. a $200 payment payable online or with a check to the CMS office. Scholarships are available by application.

The middle school sports program offers competitive and non-competitive options for all levels so everyone can participate regardless of experience or ability.

Further information on the middle school sports program can be found at https://islandersportsfoundation.com/cmssports/. Questions can be sent to the Athletic Director, Meredith Hinz, at cmssportsAD@gmail.com.

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See you on the courts and fields!

 

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