Online Registration for Winter Sports is now open! Registration Deadline is Friday, November 11th.
Middle School Winter Sports start Monday, November 14th.
Click here to register for Harwood programs (7/8 Nordic Skiing, 7/8 Wrestling, or High School Sports):
Before any student can participate, the following requirements must be met:
• All students MUST turn in a copy of their most recent physical prior to the first day of practice. Physicals expire 24 months from the date of the exam. Students with expired physicals will not be permitted to participate in practices or games until a new physical is turned in.
• The parents/guardians are responsible for filling out the online form completely and ensuring that any and all medical information concerning your child's health, medical concerns, injuries, medications and allergies are reported to the Athletic Department & coaches. ALL students participating in athletics or activities must provide proof of insurance. If you do not have insurance, contact Stephen LaRock ( firstname.lastname@example.org ) for more information on how to obtain school insurance.
Parent/guardian and the student-athlete are encouraged to complete an
online concussion course provided for your information. The free course
can be found at http://www.cdc.gov/concussion/HeadsUp/Training/index.html .
CBMS students have the opportunity to participate in the following activities:
Cross Country (grades 7 & 8, combined with Harwood students)
Soccer (grades 7 & 8)
Field Hockey (grades 7 & 8, girls only, combined with Harwood students)
Football (grades 5-8, combined with Harwood, U-32 and other Central VT schools)
Basketball (grades 5-8)
Gymnastics (grades 6-8, train at Central VT Gymnastics Academy)
Nordic Skiing (grades 7 & 8, combined with Harwood students)
Wrestling (grades 7 & 8, combined with Harwood students)
Track (grades 7 & 8, combined with Harwood students)
Vermont Concussion Law
As of July
1, 2011 Vermont law requires all schools (K–12) to educate their coaches, youth
athletes and the athletes’ parents/guardians regarding the prevention and
treatment of concussion-related injuries.
According to the law, information concerning the prevention and
treatment of concussion–related injuries must be provided annually to each
student athlete and the athlete’s parents/guardians. Each athlete and
parent/guardian must sign a form (part of the Athletics Participation Form) acknowledging receipt of the information and
return it to the school prior to the athlete’s participation in practice or