Spring track registration will be open from 2/25/2020-3/23/2020.  Payment is due at the time of registration.   

 If your child is planning on participating, please log into Family to sign him or her up.  In order to participate, your child must have on record a physical that has been completed in the last 13 months.  If a physical expires during the sport’s season, your child CANNOT continue to play until a new physical has been completed by your physician and turned into the health office.  No exceptions to this rule will be made. If your child needs an updated physical, please do so now.  A copy of the physical can be uploaded on the Family ID registration page or submitted directly to the health office.  Payment is due prior to the start of the season.  Please don’t wait until the last minute, sign up now to allow time for paperwork to be processed by the health office.

Academic and Conduct Requirements

Students must pass all subjects and demonstrate appropriate school behavior in order to participate in sports or extracurricular activities. Students will be excluded from all sports and/or extracurricular activities when they have a failing grade at either Interim or Report Card communication. Chronic misbehavior or an incident of serious misconduct according to school standards may also result in being declared ineligible to participate.


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From the coach:

Track and field is a sport that has something for everyone.  There is a range of running events including sprints (100m, 200m), middle distance (400m, 800m) and the mile.  For those who like to jump far or high or over things, there is the long jump, the high jump, and the 100m hurdles.  Throwing events include the shot put, the discus, and the turbo javelin. The team will also compete in one or more relay event (4x100m, 4x400m, 4x800m) at most meets.

There will be a total of eight meets this season including the state championship in early June. All athletes will be allowed to compete in most meets, and transportation to and from the meets is provided. The team will practice Monday through Friday on the back field from 3:15 to 4:45 each day, with a few exceptions.  Athletes do not have to attend each practice (although they should attend as often as possible) and can always skip practice or leave early if necessary with prior permission or in case of illness.

Most practices will include a lengthy warm-up with dynamic movement and plyometrics, event-specific drills to improve technique, speed and endurance training, work on mental preparation, and lots of positive reinforcement. If you have any questions, please contact Coach Pistrang at 978-870-4627 or email