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Here are general times for when teams start.  

 

Fall:
Cross Country - all grades - (No tryouts) Practices start mid Aug, meets Sep -Oct
 
Girls volleyball tryouts -  7 & 8 --  Practices start mid Aug, games Sep - Oct
 
Flag football --  7&8   Practices start mid Aug, games Sep - Oct
 
Boys basketball --  7 & 8   Practices start early Oct, games Nov - Dec
 
Winter:
Wrestling --  all grades --  (No tryouts) Practices start early Dec, meets Jan - Feb
 
Girls basketball --  7 & 8    Practices start early Jan, games Jan-Feb
 
Spring:
Track --   all grades    (No tryouts) Practices start early March, meets April- May
 
Boys volleyball --    7 & 8     Practices start end of March, games April- May
 
 
Informational meetings and tryout schedule is posted in the Daily Bulletin and on school website calendar. 

Athletic Enrollment (APPRYSE)

To increase efficiency and serve our student athlete families better, the athletics program at Silverado Middle School is pleased to announce that we are using an online system (Appryse) for all athletic sign ups and clearances. All parents/guardians of student-athletes will need to create an account in the Appryse system and obtain clearance prior to any tryouts. Once an account is created, you will be able to download/upload your student’s physical forms, electronically read and sign off on all athleticagreements and releases, and provide critical emergency information that your child’s coach and athleticdirector can quickly and easily access.

As parents, you are able to enter all information online and you can update your information throughout the year as it changes. We feel this system will help streamline the athletic clearance process, increase communication from coach to student-athlete while increasing the safety of our students.

Please enroll in APPRYSE at this link: 

https://app.appryse.com/enroll/AYUJSC25

 

  To sign in after enrollment, please bookmark https://app.appryse.com

 *Please note that to obtain physician’s clearance you must first create an account in Appryse.  Once an account has been made, you can then download the physical form from the Appryse system and take the form to your doctor. Other physical forms will not be accepted.

For example, if you completed a physical in June so your son could tryout for flag football and you used the old physician’s form, you must print out the new form in Appryse and have your physician fill out again. Once the physical is complete, you then upload the completed form into your Appryse account. Physicals on file are valid one year from the date of the actual physical. It is new policy that each student must have a new physical updated after each year and entered into the system.

We apologize for any inconvenience, as this is a new system which will be very beneficial for everyone once it is fully utilized.

If you have any questions, please contact our school office.  

 

VAC forms are still needed for each sport.  The Voluntary Athletic Contribution form is needed for each sport that your student participates in.  This hard-copy form is available above or in the school's front office.  This is the financial side of our sports program and we ask that you turn this form in whether you are contributing or not.  This information is kept confidential and does not affect the playing time in the sport of the student. 

Here are general times for when teams start.  

After-School Sports Schedules

Practice schedules are handed out from the coaches.  Cancellations due to weather will be posted on the front page of this website.  Any questions about practices should be addressed directly to the coaches.

 

All after-school sports games begin at 4:00pm, unless otherwise noted.

Academic & Behavior Eligibility

 Students must have a minimum grade point average (GPA) of 2.0 on a 4.0 grading scale with no F’s during the grading period in order to sign up, try out, and participate in all sports.

 Grade Check Dates

· Cross Country        T1 Progress Report

· Girl’s Volleyball       T1 Progress Report

·Flag Football           T1 Progress Report

·Boy’s Basketball      T1 Report Card

·Wrestling                 T2 Progress Report

·Girl’s Basketball     T2 Progress Report

·Boy’s Volleyball      T2 Report Card

·Track and Field       T2 Report Card

 Behavior Eligibility

 ·Students also must have a minimum of 90 points on the school wide point system in order to sign up, try out, and participate in all sports.

· Students must maintain the 90 point requirement throughout the season. Coaches will check students’ behavior points during the season to determine eligibility. If a student drops below 90 points they will have one week to make up the points by completing “Overtime Hours.” During the period of a student having less than 90 points, students will be able to practice with the team; however, they will not be able to participate in athletic events. If the student improves their points and meets the behavior requirements then they will be “readmitted” to the team and will be able to participate fully.

·If a student drops below 90 points a second time during the sport season then they will be excused from the team for the rest of the season.