Pilot Butte Middle School
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.
Parents of students wishing to participate in athletics must register using CLICK HERE! FamilyID. 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 as well as make payments. *FALL SPORTS FOR PILOT BUTTE MIDDLE SCHOOL WILL INCLUDE CROSS COUNTRY, FOOTBALL (7TH & 8TH GRADE) AND VOLLEYBALL (7TH & 8TH GRADE)
Please make sure ALL 3 ITEMS are completed for registration:
1. Register online through FamilyID
2. Pay the sport fee
3. Make sure the main office has a current sports physical on file.
*FALL SPORT REGISTRATION WILL OPEN AUGUST 5, 2019
*FALL SPORT REGISTRATION CLOSES SEPTEMBER 8, 2019
*FOOTBALL - FIRST DAY OF PRACTICE IS AUGUST 26, 2019
*VOLLEYBALL - FIRST DAY OF PRACTICE IS SEPTEMBER 5, 2019
*CROSS COUNTRY - FIRST DAY OF PRACTICE IS SEPTEMBER 5, 2019
Cost is $40 per sport. Payments can be made through CLICK HERE! Touchbase. Scholarship applications are available in the main office. However, please note that scholarship applications cannot be accepted or approved once the registration for each sport is closed.
|Cross Country||Kyle Gomez |
| Football — 7th Grade ||Bill Pfeiffer|
|Football — 8th Grade||Brian Broaddus |
|Volleyball — 7th Grade|
|Volleyball — 8th Grade||Kelly Hemphill |
|Winter Sports||Coach|| Email |
|Wrestling||Chad Ramirez ||Email |
|Track - Girls||Katie Tiktin || Email |
|Track - Boys||Bob Marsh|
Sixth to eighth grade girls and boys can sign up to play basketball through Bend Park & Recreation District.
Boys Basketball Schedule - CLICK HERE
Sports physicals are required for all athletes. Students who participate in extracurricular sports must complete a physical exam in grades 6, 7, 9, and 11 or if this is their first time participating with a Bend-La Pine Schools team. Any 8th graders that are new to middle school athletics will need a physical. All physicals need to be completed prior to the sports season and not before May 1st of the summer before the current academic year. So, 6th and 7th graders must have a physical dated after May 1, 2019 and 8th graders must have a physical dated after May 1, 2018. Please be sure to print out the OSAA School Sports Pre-Participation Examination form:
Take it to your child's sports physical appointment. When you have completed the sports physical, please turn it in to the school. Please make sure your physician dates the paperwork showing the date of the physical.
The Center, at 2200 NE Neff Road in Bend offers sports physicals for both boys and girls. Athletes must have an OSAA sports physical form signed by a parent to participate. See the guidelines for physicals and the link to the OSAA form above, under Physicals.
Mountain Medical Immediate Care, 1302 NE 3rd Street in Bend also offer sports physicals for boys and girls.
We believe that athletic participation provides a unique opportunity to fulfill man of the personal, social and physical needs common to middle school youth. Participation in appropriate competitive athletics increases an individuals’ 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 Counseling Office.