MSP Families- June 14th-17th will be half days at MSP. Monday, June 13th was our last full day of school! 

Fall Athletics for students moving to PHS

Anyone interested in participating in Fall Athletics at PHS next year please make sure to register before the deadline of June 27th. We will not be accepting registrations next school year. Even if students are on the fence about participating in a sport, student athletes should sign up so they don't miss the opportunity. Signing up on FamilyID it lets the coaches know you are interested and you want more information. 

 In order to be able to participate:

1. Register on FamilyID - Fall 2022 Athletics Registration 

2. Have a current physical on file with the school nurse. Physicals are valid for 13 months (see information at end of this email). 

3. Be academically eligible. (Quarter 4 grades for current PHS Students) - Incoming freshman are considered academically eligible. 

Below are the coach's email addresses if you have any individual questions about each program. Head Coaches will be sending out information about the upcoming season.  Most fall sports start officially on August 25th with two exceptions.  Football starts on August 11th with Organized Team Activities and has conditioning and weight lifting throughout the summer. Coach Shea will communicate dates and times. Cheerleading already hosted tryouts for next year. 

Football - Head Coach Tim Shea - [email protected]

Boys Soccer - Head Coach Devin Pugliese-[email protected]com

Girls Soccer - Head Coach Leszek Wrona - [email protected] 

Girls Volleyball -Head Coach Alle Caponigro - [email protected]plainvilleschools.org

Cross Country - Coach Shaun Berard - [email protected]org

Girls Swimming - Coach Brian Verrastro - [email protected]org 

Cheerleading - Tryouts already occurred - 

PHYSICALS FOR STUDENT-ATHLETES INFORMATION
You don't have to upload it on FamilyID, it is just an option.  Another option is to drop off a paper copy to the main office at the high school. If your physical expires over the summer; please bring in a copy of your new physical once it is completed. You should place it in Nurse Rapacky's mailbox in the main office Monday through Friday (8am-2p.m.) throughout the summer. We will then update our records. Reminder you need a new physical every year. If you are in eighth grade your medical records will be sent to the High School Nurses office. Please take care of your responsibilities as a student-athlete in a timely manner. 
Students: Please fill out the following form
HERE
if you need to sign up for late bus. This will remain here and you can sign up as soon as you know you need the late bus. Please make sure you fill in the date you need to take the late bus correctly. 
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