Upper School choir, under the direction of Randi Rexroth, perform the Direction of Intention.
What You Need to Know for the Start of Fall Sports!
There is no in-person check in this year. All families with students registered to play a sport received an email from the Athletic Department either confirming that they are cleared or informing them of what they need to provide to the School Nurse in order to receive clearance.
1) Athletic Registration
- Athletic registration is built into the school registration form. If you have any issues with school registration, then please contact Mirella Miller.
2) Health Forms
- All Upper School-level student-athletes need a current sports qualifying physical and an Action Plan for any severe allergies or health conditions before they are eligible to participate.
*2020-21 UPDATE: The MSHSL is allowing physicals that expire anytime from March 12, 2020 through the end of the 2020-21 school year to be eligible through the 2020-21 school year. All student-athletes must still complete the annual health history questionnaire that is included in registration (see above #1). All physicals still need to be on file and approved by the School Nurse.
3) Concussion Screening
- Student-athletes in need of an updated concussion screening received an email from our TCO Athletic Trainer, Emily Tindal, with directions on how to complete the screening at home on your school laptop. A current screening is not required to begin on August 17. A concussion screening does not prevent a concussion.
The STA/Vis clay target team will host virtual informational meetings on September 1 and 3 for new and returning members.
The Tri Metro Conference has released new game-day protocols for MSHSL fall sports.
Update from Athletic Director Elisa Manny regarding Fall Sports.
Vis Volleyball has been awarded a USMC/AVCA Team Academic Award for 2019-20.
TCO is offering free sports-qualifying physicals for student-athletes August 3-6.