Athletics 2018-04-10T15:30:57+00:00

Student-athletes must meet high academic and attendance standards in order to participate in after-school sports. Our student-athletes focus on the things that make a difference in their education and their team membership.

Middle school athletics and activities

  • All students in middle school can participate in sports through the district’s no-cut policy.
  • Students may participate in one sport/activity per season.
  • Students cannot practice or participate in competitions until all required forms have been completed and submitted through FamilyID. Students also must have a valid physical to start practice. Families who do not have health insurance may wish to contact the Free Clinic of Southwest Washington.
  • Students who are absent more than three periods in a day may not participate in any after-school sports or activities on that day.

Fall

Aug. 22–Oct. 19, 2016

Early winter

Oct. 25–Dec. 16, 2016

Late winter

Jan. 9–Mar. 10, 2017

Spring

Apr. 10–May 25, 2017

Flag football
Sixth- and seventh-grade boys and girls
Basketball
Seventh- and eighth-grade girls
Basketball
Seventh- and eighth-grade boys
Track
Sixth- through eighth-grade boys and girls
Tackle football
Eighth-grade boys and girls
Wrestling
Sixth- through eighth-grade boys and girls
Bowling (Feb 6-Mar 28)
Seventh- and eighth-grade girls
Volleyball
Seventh- and eighth-grade girls
Cross-country
Sixth- through eighth-grade boys and girls

Parents can register their children for middle school sports and activities through FamilyID, a secure, user-friendly platform.

  • All athletic fees and fines must be paid in order to compete. Financial assistance is available.
  • Each sport requires a valid ASB card ($10 each calendar year) and sport-specific fee of $20. These funds are used to help defray the cost of equipment, cleaning/repair/replacement of uniforms, transportation, officials and other expenses.

Athletic news

  • Students learning a variety of dance styles.

2018 summer arts workshops

This summer, artists may participate in a variety of activities, including dance, acting, music and the visual arts. All opportunities are taught by certified teachers and are offered free to students currently enrolled in Vancouver Public Schools.

  • Photo

Building a safer mouse trap

The assignment was just one project students have explored in their school’s makerspace.

Contact

Lisa Reed Athletic director
360-313-3500
Diane Campbell Business office
360-313-3507
Family ID
Business office fee and fine schedule

Dates to know

2018 Track Parents Calendar
  • Clearance starts July 18
  • Practice starts August 21

Resources