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What Parents Should Know About the Hudtloff Middle School Sports Programs
Hudtloff Middle School offers a wide range of intramural and interscholastic sport opportunities to qualified students. "ALL SPORTS ARE NO CUT SPORTS"
Fall Sports Offerings:
- Girls Softball (6th-8th)
- Boys Soccer (6th-8th)
- Girls Cross-Country (6-8th)
- Football (7th-8th)
Early Winter Offerings:
- Co-Ed Wrestling (6-8th)
- Girls Basketball (6th-8th)
Late Winter Offerings:
- Girls Soccer (6-8th)
- Boys Basketball (6th-8th)
- Co-Ed Track & Field (6-8th)
- Baseball (6th-8th)
- Girls Volleyball (6th-8th)
- Co-Ed Tennis (6th-8th)
Intramural versus Interscholastic
Participation in sports at the middle school level is more about building confidence, sportsmanship, and camaraderie than it is about winning.
Whether or not a 6th grade sports offering is considered intramural or interscholastic is dependent upon the level of participation that the other middle schools in our ten member SeaMount Middle School League have during the season.
If some of the other middle schools have enough students to make a team, we usually participate in friendly competitions with them. We have even played other middle schools who don't have enough students to make a complete team, so we lend them some of our players in order to even things out. The important point in our eyes is that the students get to participate.
If the other schools in the league don't have enough students to make a team, have failed to fund their 6th grade programs, or don't have enough staff to supervise an offering, then we make teams with the number of students we have on hand and conduct our own competitions amongst ourselves.
In order to qualify to participate in the above programs, students must meet the following criteria:
a.) Have a valid physical
b.) Have no outstanding fines with Student Accounts
c.) Have school or similar insurance
d.) Have a current grade point average (GPA) of 1.7 or higher with NO "D's or F' s"
e.) Be cleared by Student Accounts prior to participating in or attending any practice sessions.
Removal from the Team
A partial list of justifications based upon the circumstances for a student-athlete being removed from a team are as follows:
a.) Unexcused and/or unexplained tardies and/or absences from school or practices.
b.) Any "Out of School" suspensions.
c.) Any arrests, convictions, or drug, alcohol, or tobacco use.
d.) Failure to comply with staff directives in the class, school, on the school bus, waiting for the school bus, during practice, during games, or anywhere a student falls under the jurisdiction of the Clover Park School District.
e.) Failure to show for practice.
f.) Conduct unbecoming a Hudtloff Middle School student which reflects poorly on Hudtloff Middle School.
This is a partial list of justifications which could cause an athlete to be removed from a team. Having anyone or a combination of the above does not constitute grounds for the immediate removal from a team. That decision rests solely with the building administrator.
If you would like to volunteer your time and effort to assist our coaching staff you must first :
a.) Have a valid CPR/First-Aid Card or be registered to take an approved CPR/First-Aid course.
b.) Submit your completed WSP Background Check form to the Athletic Director.
c.) Wait approximately 2 days for the form to be processed.
Students participating in sports represent Hudtloff Middle School to the public. The appropriate behavior expected of all students during school is also expected of all student-athletes at practice, enroute to and from games, while participating in athletic contests, enroute home on the Sports Bus, and in the community prior to and after school.
Any In-School difficulties arising between school staff and student-athletes will have a priority over practice sessions and athletics.
Student-Athletes should be ever mindful of the responsibilities they have to themselves, their team-mates, and their school prior to engaging in any behavior, which may cause them to be removed from the team or lose valuable practice time.
A Student-Athlete on In or Out of School Suspension, will not be allowed to participate in another practice and/or competition, for the duration of the suspension.