Pacific Crest Middle School
Updates regarding 2020-21 sports seasons will be posted here once they are available. Below is the most recent communication dated February 2021.
Students will find a connection to athletic activities in which they can participate and find enjoyment during their middle school careers. We encourage parents to actively support their children in both their academic and athletic pursuits.
******Information listed below is tentative. Registration opens on Monday, February 1st.
Season 2 | February 22 - April 2
Season 3 | April 5 - May 7
Season 4 | May 10 - June 11
The following three steps must be completed in order for your student to be eligible to participate in practices and events. NEW! Middle School Sports Registration will open on Monday, February 1, 2021.
1. Register online through Family ID. FamilyID is a secure, user-friendly online registration platform that streamlines the application process and allows parents to enter information once for multiple family members and athletic teams. Need help with FamilyID, click here to view short tutorial.
2. NEW! Athletic Participation Fee for the 2020/21 school year has been waived for ALL registered athletes.
3. Current sports physical on file. Make sure the main office has a current sports physical on file. All athletes need a current sports physical on file before the first day of practice.
4. COVID Waiver. All athletes and families must complete and sign district COVID waiver, agreeing to COVID protocols. Signed waiver must be on file in Athletics office before the first day of practice. English or Spanish
Feb. 1 | Track registration begins
Feb. 9 | Track Virtual Q & A Session 8:30am - 9am
Feb. 17 | Last day to register for Track - all athletes must be cleared by this date to participate in first practice
Feb. 17 | PCMS Track Sweatshirts | Last day to place online orders
Feb. 22 | Track Practice Begins for athletes in Cohort A
Feb. 23 | Track Practice Begins for athletes in Cohort B
March 8-12 | Track sweatshirts orders arrive & distributed to athletes
March 22-26 | Spring Break | No Practices
|FALL SPORTS||COACH||EMAIL, PHONE, SCHEDULE|
|Cross Country (All Grades)||TBD|
|Football - 7th Grade||TBD|
|Football - 8th Grade||TBD|
|Volleyball - 7th Grade||TBD|
|Volleyball - 8th Grade||TBD|
|WINTER SPORTS||COACH||EMAIL, PHONE, SCHEDULE|
|Wrestling (6th-8th Grade)
Boys & Girls
|Boys Basketball||Bend Parks and Rec.|
|Girls Basketball||Bend Parks and Rec.|
|Track and Field||Jane Ward|
6th grade students interested in participating in football and volleyball can register through Bend Parks and Recreation District
Looking for more sports clubs and activities for any age group throughout the year? We encourage you to check out Bend Parks and Recreation District
Middle School Athletic Philosophy
We believe that athletic participation provides a unique opportunity to fulfill many of the personal, social and physical needs common to middle school youth. Participation in appropriate competitive athletics increases an individual's sense of personal worth, self-discipline, respect and fair play, which can carry over into daily problem solving through life.
Coaches, teachers and parents have a shared responsibility to help guide, nurture and support youth in developing the confidence, skills and attitudes that will enable them to make good choices on and off the playing fields.
Through dedication, effort and practice, our youth will develop athletic skills determination and attitudes that will contribute to personal success as well as team goals. Our goal is to develop lifelong learners who enjoy and participate in a variety of healthful activities.
Bend-La Pine Schools' middle schools compete with other middle schools in the Central Oregon areas. All Central Oregon middle schools use the guidelines outlined by the C.O. Middle School Standard Operating Procedures for Athletics. These procedures are available in the athletic office or by clicking here.
Bend-La Pine Schools requires you to be in class for the entire day of a contest or you will not be allowed to participate. Athletes are expected to be in school on time (8:40a.m.) the day of and the day following an athletic event.
Violations of school rules and or behavior issues may result in the temporary or permanent suspension from the athletic team.
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