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There is no pre-registration, however, it is important that your son/daughter attend the first day of practice and/or try-outs.
The Fall season begins on August 12th.
Playing time is a coaching decision based on a number of factors including, but not limited to, talent/skill level, effort, commitment, respect, and character. Coaches want to know that their athletes are coachable and trustworthy.
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Fenwick contributes $15 per athlete/coach.
Communicate the number of athletes and coaches attending and who the check should be made out to.
On a designated home game toward the end of the season, there will be a brief ceremony in which the athlete along with his/her parents are introduced. Fenwick will have a rose for each senior to present to a parent or guardian. The President and Principal are invited to all Senior Nights. Fenwick does not contribute financially in any other way.
Fenwick athletics takes precedence over travel, club sports, AAU, etc. If your child decides to participate in a non-Fenwick activity during the season, it will be considered an unexcused absence.
Fenwick encourages multi-sport athletes. As a result, the in-season sport is a priority. The summer can be challenging and requires communication and compromise with the student-athlete and coaches. The Athletics Director can help facilitate these discussions.
There is only an admission charge for Varsity Football, Varsity Boys’/Girls’ Basketball, Girls’ Volleyball and Wrestling. The cost for admission is $5 for adults and $3 for children/students.
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