Team sports have been part of the physical education and extra-curricular program for much of the school’s history. For many students it is a chance to work on physical fitness, skill development, and team play in an enjoyable but competitive setting. Our bodies are a gift from God and it is the school’s responsibility to help parents with the task of developing the emotional, mental, social, spiritual and physical aspects of our students. While team sports focus largely on the physical aspect, there is also an important component of the other dimensions that are developed in the process.
To support all roles in our extra-curricular athletics programs, we have developed a set of guidelines for coaches, players and parents. The document is available below as PDF. We expect all coaches, parents and players to abide by the guidelines and expectations set out in this document. The document includes space for signatures of players and parents.