Sports Clearing Dates
- Boys Basketball: October 11-25
Clearing will be done in the main office. All forms and the required fee in cash or check will need to be turned in at the same time. Forms can be printed from the links below. The Emergency Information Card will need to be picked up at school and filled out.
The participation fee is $50. Out of district student participation fee is $75
The eligibility process for sports and extracurricular activities is as follows:
All students participating in sports or extracurricular activities are required to maintain a passing grade in all classes
Eligibility is checked by the Assistant Principal every week either late Friday evening (around 5 p.m.) or early Monday morning (around 8 a.m.). Any student that has an F will be pulled for ineligibility.
- 1st week of ineligibility the student is placed on probation. They are still allowed to practice and play, however, they have one week to raise their grade.
- 2nd week of ineligibility the student will not be able to participate in that week's contest until all grades are passing.
The coach is given a copy of the ineligibility list for that particular sport/activity that details which students are on probation and who are not able to participate.
Fall sports starting Mon 8/23.
Softball, volleyball and cross country will officially start their seasons after school on Monday 8/23.
Softball will have a preseason camp on Tues & Thurs 8/17 & 8/19 from 4:30-6:15 on the field.
Volleyball will have a preseason camp Mon 8/16-Thurs 8/19 from 4:30-6:00.
Clearing will be done in the main office.
Beginning this school year, Pueblo School District 60 will use a fully cashless system for athletic ticketing at all events being held at the District’s middle and high schools, as well as D60’s shared venues
On Aug. 4, CHSAA released its schedule for the 2020-21 school year. The 2020-21 season will be played with a modified sport schedule due to the on-going global pandemic, creating four separate sports seasons during the school year.