Start Dates for Sports
(Subject to change per CDPH and CIF protocols)
FALL - Mid-August
Cross Country, Boys Soccer, Girls Basketball
WINTER I - Mid-October
Girls Soccer, Boys Basketball
WINTER II - January
Girls Volleyball, CoEd Flag Football, Coed Wrestling
SPRING - Mid-March
Golf, Boys Volleyball, Girls Softball, Track and Field
All forms must be printed and signed by all parties indicated and be received by the coaches for tryouts:
Sports: Release of Liability
$100.00 suggested donation per sport. See information to the right...
Forms are linked below and will also be available for pick up at the office.
In order to participate in extracurricular activities, including but not limited to, sports, school-sponsored clubs, and Student Government, a student and their parents/guardians must understand and agree to follow the rules below. Any student/parent/guardian who does not follow these rules is subject to suspension or removal from the team or organization.
Students must abide by the district policies related to discipline.
Any student suspended from school will be removed from any meetings, practices, or sporting events for the 5 school day period after the suspension.
Students will not be allowed to compete on the weekend following a suspension.
A student will be removed from a team or group for the remainder of the season if they earn three or more referrals.
Students must refrain from using tobacco, alcohol, or illegal drugs on or off campus. Any student caught using these substances will be immediately removed from the team for the remainder of the season.
Students must have regular and prompt attendance at all practices and games, except in the case of illness or when the coach excuses the student.
Students/parents/guardians must follow the rules established by the coach, teacher, or director of the program.
Students/parents/guardians must represent the school and community through good citizenship and conduct, including but not limited to:
Displaying cordial conduct to visiting team members
Displaying good sportsmanship
Respecting the integrity and judgment of athletic officials, coaches, and athletic directors and avoiding divisive action or words, towards them.
Not approaching coaches/officials/directors during practice or games.
Avoiding profanity, vulgarity, and rowdiness, and obscene actions of any nature
Students must maintain academic eligibility:
A student must maintain a 2.0 GPA with no F grades or referrals at each grade check.
Grade checks will occur at every trimester grade report. Eligibility for a team will be based on the grades from the previous period.
Students are allowed one trimester of probation. If they fail to raise their grades to the appropriate level, they will be ineligible at the next grade-reporting period, and will continue to be ineligible until the grades are raised.
Anyone absent from school on game/activity/event day is not eligible to compete/participate. They must be in attendance for at least 4 periods of the day to be eligible for competition.
A student who is absent from school will not participate in practice on that day.
A student is expected to attend every practice and get permission from their coach/teacher if they cannot make practice.
Students must be able to participate in PE class to be eligible for after school athletics. Any student who is excused from PE by a parent or a doctor’s note, will be unable to participate in athletics for the same duration.
This form must be signed by both parent/guardian and student and be given to the coach/teacher before the student is permitted to participate in any sport or activity. This form must be completed for each activity in which the student is involved.
Forms will be given out before Cross Country, Wrestling, and Track and Field and after tryout sports.
Dear SVMS Athletic Parents,
After school sports are very important to the growth and development of many students. Lessons learned from participating in school athletics are priceless! These include learning new skills, discipline, camaraderie, school spirit and a sense of belonging.
Scotts Valley Middle School relies solely on parent support for after school sports. It costs approximately $100.00 per athlete to run each team. Your $100.00 donation pays for CCAL tournament and referee fees, coaches’ stipends, equipment, uniforms and their maintenance, and other costs.
We value our students and their activities and we know that your time in inclusive. Instead of multiple fundraising efforts, we ask that you simply donate your tax deductible funds to help support your child in our award winning athletic program. If using a check, please write it out to SVMS and indicate your child's sport in the memo section.
It takes a village!
Thank you so much!
Scotts Valley Middle School
8 Bean Creek Road
Scotts Valley, CA 95066