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Athletic at Northwood

NEWS & UPDATES:
 
Attention Parents:
 
Please review our policy regarding students staying after school to watch athletic events:
 
Any student who would like to be a spectator at an athletic event needs to either go home first and return with a parent or meet their parent after school in order to stay for the game.  The parent must be present during the entire athletic event with their student. . Students who are at event without parent supervision will be asked to call get a ride and wait in the front vestibule until a parent or the activity bus arrives.  If no parent is present at the this time, the student must ride the activity bus.
 
 
 
 
Registration for TRACK & BASEBALL is open.
 
8th Boys Baseball starts on Monday, April 8.  7th & 8th Track starts on Tuesday, April 9.
 
 
Practices at Northwood run from 2:45-5:00 on Monday-Friday for the first 2 weeks of a season.  The following weeks will depend on the game schedule and coaches will send home schedules for each individual team.  Activity buses are available on Monday-Thursday to get students home after practice.  If you are picking your athlete up after practice, please plan on being at Northwood by 5:10.
 
Game schedules will be sent out by coaches and can also be found on the Northwood Athletic Calendar on our website.
 
 
GENERAL INFO:
 
Northwood Athletic Director
Patrick Round
509.465.7540
patrick.round@mead354.org
 
 
District Athletic Philosophy
The philosophy of the Mead School District is founded and based upon the principles identified in the district’s foundational student learning goals. Included in this mission is the belief that human wellness and aesthetic experiences are integral parts of the educational experience. To serve that mission, the primary function of the interscholastic and intramural programs is to provide participatory opportunities for as many students as possible. These programs seek to enhance the psychological, emotional, social, and physical development of each student.
 
The Mead School District believes that participation in athletic programs can enhance the development of the values of cooperation, honesty, sportsmanship, responsibility, respect, perseverance, and commitment. Students will be encouraged to develop their athletic skills and compete to the best of their abilities. The Mead School District is obligated to provide a supportive environment in which students can pursue athletic experiences that maximize their potential. While individual achievements are valued and encouraged, team achievements are of primary importance. Athletics, in addition, can make significant contributions to the educational experience of all Mead students, faculty, staff, and district patrons through the cultivation and enhancement of community.


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*Need immediate assistance? Please call the school during business hours at 465-7500*