Welcome to the Woodbury Central Jr. High Activities website!! You will only find activities that pertain to Jr. High Athletics, Band, and Choir. If you are looking for school wide information, visit the Woodbury Central Home Site . If there is any information you don't see that you think should be included, PLEASE contact me at the school. You will see I've included a "How to" video to help you navigate through the site. Thank you!

Important Dates and Notices!!



Out of season shoes and clothes have been requested to come home. Please help in our efforts to keep the Ath. Locker rooms CLEAN. Reclaim Locker items will be donated to Goodwill if left over Christmas Break!!





Girls' Games @ Anthon Thurs. (Dec. 13) will be shortened to 3 Qtrs for both 7th and 8th Grade teams.

Jr. High athletes must turn in their paperwork before practicing. There are copies in the office by Becky or click and print the 4 forms below in the gray box.



Mandatory Athletics Forms: Click on the link below to print or a packet all forms can be found in the main office.

ALL 4 Forms MUST be turned into the office before participating in 2018-19 Athletics/Cheer.

HEADS_UP_CONCUSSION_FACT_SHEET_0530121.pdf
Athletic_Physical_Form.pdf
Insurance Form
2017-18 Parent/Guardian Good Conduct Acknowledgement Form

From the desk of Coach DeStigter...

I was never a Major League Baseball player, but I'm asked many times by parents about their son or daughter "focusing" on one sport. In my humble opinion, just about every major athlete in any sport played more than one. Athletics is more than just winning or losing, but a chance for kids to have an outlet and enjoy whatever they are doing at the time. I found this article to be very interesting and it makes some very good points as to why it's important for athletes of any age to participate in more than one athletic activity. The key is to know YOUR child and what makes athletics fun or a job. They will have plenty of time for that in the real world after graduation.

EXTRACURRICULAR ACTIVITIES and ELIGIBILITY

The middle school activities program is an opportunity for student development in such areas as leadership, citizenship and character, as well as special abilities that may be of value vocationally. In addition, much pleasure is derived from actual participation.

There is a place for every student in these activities, and each may participate according to his or her interests. At all activities, any student not adhering to the teacher’s direction will not only be barred from extracurricular activities but may be suspended from school.

At the end of each mid-term and each quarter, a middle school student must be passing in four academic subjects (math, science, social studies, language arts, and reading) to be eligible for the middle school’s extracurricular activities. Otherwise, that person is ineligible to participate.

· The student will remain ineligible for 2 weeks; then another grade survey is taken.

· During the period of ineligibility, the student shall not participate in games or practices.

· Regarding band or vocal music: the student will continue with private lessons.


Non-Discrimination Statement

It is the policy of the Woodbury Central Community School District not to discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex, disability, religion, creed, age (for employment), marital status (for programs), sexual orientation, gender identity and socioeconomic status (for programs) in its educational programs and its employment practices. There is a grievance procedure for processing complaints of discrimination. If you have questions or a grievance related to this policy please contact Doug Glackin at 408 S. 4th Street, Moville, IA, phone: 712-873-3128, dglackin@woodbury-central.k12.ia.us.

The board requires all persons, agencies, vendors, contractors and other persons and organizations doing business with or performing services for the school district to subscribe to all applicable federal and state laws, executive orders, rules and regulations pertaining to contract compliance and equal opportunity.