8/10 and 8/11 starting at 1:30pm each day at SVGC. Students MUST be registered online through FamilyID AND upload a current sports physical in order to tryout.
8/10 and 8/11 starting at 3:30pm at the EMS Softball Field. Possibly 8/12 as well. Students MUST be registered online through FamilyID AND upload a current sports physical in order to tryout.
Practice begins 8/12.___________________________________District leadership has approved offseason workouts for Elizabeth School District, starting June 15th. Please click on the following link regarding our policies moving forward.Registration for fall sports will open July 1st.Elizabeth Athletes and Families ~
Unfortunately, due to local and statewide guidelines, we will not be able to hold our annual CAPS (Comprehensive Athletic Physicals for Students) pre-participation physicals in 2020 due to the COVID-19 pandemic. We are strongly recommending all student-athletes make appointments with their primary care providers to have their pre-participation examination performed in their medical home. This is especially important during this time of increased health concern, including mental health, heart issues, and lung issues that may arise after COVID-19 illness. In this time of uncertainty, we want to be sure you are in the best place to continue your annual athletic exams, as well as have a place for counsel and continued healthcare.
We look forward to returning to the school’s athletic training facilities and providing continued prevention and care to all our student-athletes as soon as it is safe to do so. Please feel free to reach out with any questions or concerns.
If you have concerns about getting a sports physical before the start of the fall season, please contact Megan to discuss options.
Dr. Emily Sweeney and Megan Ramsey
Megan Ramsey, MSAL, LAT, ATC
Emily Sweeney, MD
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"In our quest to keep as many kids participating in sports and activities as much as possible, we are changing how we handle students who are on Academic Warning (1 F). Our goal is to inform the parents and students before the student becomes ineligible altogether. This process eliminates the paper letter, which had to be signed by the parent and student, in years past. If a student has 2 Fs when the eligibility report is run on Monday morning, he or she is ineligible to participate for the entire week, even if they get their grades up.
After the eligibility report is run on Monday mornings, parents and guardians of students who have one F and who are currently participating in extra-curricular activities will receive an email notifying them that their student is on Academic Warning, which is literally to warn them that their student is close to being ineligible. The coaches will also receive a list of their athletes who are on Academic Warning. The student should spend Cardinal time that week working on the class he or she is failing in order to get that grade up.
We hope this streamlines the communication between school and parents in regards to eligibility. Please let Mrs. Nixon or Mrs. Nicolas know if you have any questions.