HIGH SCHOOL ACTIVITIES & ATHLETICS

OFFICE HOURS

7:30am-3:30pm
(Office is not open for students before school.)


Rocket Sports Schedules

www.woodlandconference.org

DATE CORRECTION

The Spring edition of the Rocket Reader Parent Newsletter, which is being mailed to parents on Friday, February 20th, incorrectly lists the Prom Dance (Calendar, Page 8) as being May 2, 2015. The correct date is Saturday, April 25th.

SCHOOL FUNDRAISERS

Many of our activity and athletic groups do fundraisers throughout the school year. Please help out the following school or school related organizations in their efforts.


NONE AT THIS TIME - check back again soon

SPRING 2015 SPORTS SIGN-UP INFORMATION

All athletes must have the following records/payment filed in the Athletic Office BEFORE students can participate in any sport.  Please make sure to take care of these items no later than 3 days PRIOR to the beginning date, including tryouts, for the sport in which the student chooses to participate. Do not wait until the day the sport begins, and please bring in all forms and fees together to avoid any delays.

Athletic Office Hours:  7:30am-3:30pm
Students may bring in forms & fees during lunch or after school (NOT before school).

Schedules for the first day of each Spring sport, and coach contact information will be posted as soon as they are available. Spring sports includes: Golf, Girls Soccer, Softball, Boys Tennis, Boys & Girls Track. Baseball (summer sports) will also be included on the contact information sheet.

Students who have already participated in a Fall and/or Winter WIAA sport (does not include Powerlifting) do not need to turn in the forms again. They just need to bring in their $75 fee in order to get their practice permit before they can tryout/practice in a Spring sport.

1.    Physical Form - new physical forms are being required this year. Please do NOT use the old physical cards.
a)    Physical form must be signed by a doctor or nurse practitioner, and a parent.
b)    Must provide health insurance information. If no family health insurance is available, supplemental insurance must be purchased – information is available in the High School Athletic Office.
c)    If the student is taking a sport for the first time, or their physical is before April 1, 2014, then the student must have the WIAA Physical form (green) completed by a physician/nurse practitioner. This form can be downloaded from the High School website on the Activities & Athletics page, or picked up in the High School Activities & Athletics Office.
d)    If the student is in the alternate year of a sport, and their physical date is April 1, 2014 or later, then the student must have the WIAA Alternate Year Physical form (ivory) signed by a parent. This form can be downloaded from the High School website on the Activities & Athletics page, or picked up in the High School Activities & Athletics Office.

2.    Athletic Fee
The South Milwaukee High School Athletic fee is $75 per student per sport with various individual and family maximums. Students who are unable to pay all or part of the fee at the time of sign-up will automatically be placed on a payment plan. Details about the maximums are on the High School website on the Activities & Athletics page.

3.    WIAA Concussion Form
Concussion forms are required to be submitted once each school year if a student plays any sport. Both the student and a parent must sign this form and turn it in to the Athletic Office prior to participating in any sport. This form can be downloaded from the High School website on the Activities & Athletics page, or picked up in the High School Activities & Athletics Office.

4.    WIAA Eligibility Information Form
The WIAA Eligibility Information form is also required to be submitted once each school year if a student plays any sport. Both the student and a parent must sign this form and turn it in to the Athletic Office prior to participating in any sport. This form can be downloaded from the High School website on the Activities & Athletics page, or picked up in the High School Activities & Athletics Office.

5.    Practice Permit Issue
a)    A Practice Permit it required for each student for each sport, and must be obtained prior to participating in any sport.
b)    Practice Permits are only issued in the High School Activities & Athletics Office.
c)    Practice Permits must be presented to the Coach on the first day of practice/tryouts. Failure to obtain a practice permit may result in the student not being able to participate in practice or tryouts.

6.    Athletic Schedules
Schedules for WIAA sports are available online at www.woodlandconference.org. Directions & maps are available on that website, and an option to set up notifications (“Notify Me”) for immediate cancellations and updates is also available. Individual sports website links are available on the High School website on the Activities & Athletics page. 

Spring Sports Beginning Dates/Coach Contacts
This printing is updated from a mailing on 2/13/14.

High School Activity Group Events

South Milwaukee High School has many activity groups and clubs available for students. For more information, please call the Activities/Athletics Office.

The Student Agenda outlines clubs and activities that have been offered in the past and will be provided whenever adequate student interest and sufficient funds exist.  A new club may be organized if a sufficient number of students participate, a faculty sponsor is found, and the funds exist to cover expenses.

STUDENT INSURANCE

SCHOOL BOARD POLICIES  (451)
SCHOOL DISTRICT OF SOUTH MILWAUKEE                                

STUDENT INSURANCE PROGRAM 

Athletic Benefit Plan (Voluntary)

All student athletes in grades 9-12 who have parents/guardians permission to participate may be covered by this plan. The cost for the plan is stipulated by the carrier and is paid by the student. A student shall be covered for preparation for, or participation in, interscholastic competition when his/her fee has been paid to the school. 

Protection is provided for injuries occurring while the student is engaged in practice or participation in interscholastic athletics. It is not health protection and the plan will not accept the responsibility for treatment that is not the direct result of an accident. It provides enrolled student athletes scheduled indemnity benefits to assist in meeting the cost of medical care in the event of accidental injury. 

The maximum benefit for any accident is only that which is provided in the schedule of benefits included in the information that is given to all students enrolled in the plan.

The insurance carrier is 1st Agency. Students must sign up for this insurance program on their website.

  • Choose “Wisconsin” and “South Milwaukee” to gain access to the appropriate school plan.