2019-20 Winter Sports Information (Physicals and Participation Fees)

ATTENTION ALL WINTER ATHLETES. The 1st day of winter sports tryouts/practices is Monday, November 18th. All winter coaches have had or will be having individual informational meetings for their respective sports. However, please be reminded that In order for any student to tryout/practice for any winter sport at Kennett High School, there are two main pieces of information that are needed to be completed and on hand in the KHS Athletic Office BEFORE November 18th, the PIAA CIPPE FORM (multiple pages, i.e., Physical Form) and the KCSD PARTICIPATION FEE & FORM. Please click the following 2 links for more specific information for each piece of information that is required.

If you participated in a Fall sport and did not sustain an injury you only need to complete Section 7 of the Physical form.

If you participated in a Fall Sport and did sustain an injury you then need to complete Section 7 as well as Section 8 which requires a doctor’s signature clearing the student-athlete for future participation.

PIAA CIPPE & Physcial Information Link: https://sports.kcsd.org/athletic-eligibility/physical-info-forms/

KCSD Athletic Participation Fee Link: https://sports.kcsd.org/athletic-eligibility/physical-info-forms/

If you have any questions, please contact the KHS Athletic Office at 610-444-6632 or ngraves@kcsd.org or sharvey@kcsd.org.

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CODE OF CONDUCT FOR SPECTATORS AT ATHLETIC EVENTS

CODE OF CONDUCT FOR SPECTATORS

  1. STATEMENT OF PHILOSOPHY

The member schools encourage the attendance of students, parents and interested members of the community at all athletic events. We further encourage their active support of these programs by participating in those activities which lend themselves to stimulating student achievement, good sportsmanship, and school spirit. These activities should be positive in nature and within the guidelines of the PIAA Code of Conduct. It is not our intent to reduce the involvement of spectators or the enjoyment of those who participate. Rather, it is our goal to create an atmosphere which is conducive to healthy athletic competition, is safe for those involved, and which provides the ideals of sportsmanship and sound educational practices.

SPECTATOR CODE OF CONDUCT (Violators of this Code are subject to eviction from the site.)

  1. Spectators are an important part of the game and shall at all times conform to accepted standards of good sportsmanship and behavior.
  2. Spectators shall at all times respect officials, coaches and players and extend all courtesies to them.
  3. Wholesome cheering is encouraged.
  4. Taunting, foul and abusive language, noisemakers, inflammatory remarks, and disrespectful signs and behavior are not acceptable.
  5. Faculty supervised pep bands are permitted during dead ball time. However, spectator noise makers or sound devices are prohibited.
  6. Spectators shall observe and obey the rules and regulations of the school concerning smoking, food and soft drink consumption, and use of lavatory facilities and parking of cars.
  7. Pennsylvania State law prohibits alcoholic beverages of any kind on school property; the law further prohibits any person under the influence of alcohol to be on school property.
  8. Spectators shall respect and obey all school officials, supervisors, and police at all athletic contests.
  9. Bookbags/backpacks are not permitted into the stadium/gymnasium. Drinks are also not permitted to be brought into the stadium/gymnasium.
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