Senior Ava Rodriguez (left) will play softball at Framingham State University.
Senior Carmen Diaz (center) will play softball at SUNY Plattsburgh.
Senior Emily Gonzalez (left) will run distance at SUNY New Paltz.
Senior Keyara Maxwell (right) will play basketball at SUNY Cobleskill.
Here are our rules for HOME Middletown High School sporting events:
For outdoor events only, each participant and cheerleader will be allowed TWO fans in attendance. Those names will be placed on a gate list for admittance at the entrance to the Faller Field stadium complex. Strict COVID protocol will be enforced on the grounds, including mask wearing and social distancing. Spectators from visiting teams will not be allowed.
Keep in mind, we are working toward having all home events livestreamed. We will post those links in Facebook and our district website. For indoor events, spectators will not be allowed. There will be no exceptions.
We are on another full remote pause for MHS until Monday, February 8th. No practices or competitions will be conducted at this timeWe have FamilyID scheduled to open for High-Risk Winter sports tomorrow, Jan. 30th, at 8 AM. The registration will close on Feb. 5th, at 8 AM.Please know that the registration is open for only high-risk sports (Boys and Girls Basketball, Cheerleading and Wrestling). FamilyID cannot be partially open as it is not set up for that so when the program opens, there may be families registering for low-risk winter sports for which their season's registration period is officially closed. We are not accepting new registrants for low-risk winter sports 2021.Due to the nature of this time, the system in place is not set up for the perfect- case scenario, however, we are confident that we can work together to make this a positive.
The Middletown winter sports season begins Tuesday, January 19, for swimming, boys’ and girls’ bowling and indoor track. Here are things families need to know about our procedures:
Please be sure to clean all athletic clothing after each practice or competition.
Please make sure that personal athletic equipment and supplies are disinfected after each game or practice.
Please notify the school health office and/or the athletic office if your child displays any COVID related symptoms.
Please keep your child home if she/he displays COVID symptoms or feels sick.
No spectators will be permitted at practices or athletic events until deemed safe and approved by the leagues and Section 9.
Student-athletes absent from school or who failed the morning screening before school may not report to practice or a game that day.
Remote student-athletes may participate in athletics if they attended classes remotely that day.
Student-athletes must report to a coach/athletic trainer immediately when they are not feeling well.
Remote student-athletes should be dressed and ready to participate upon arrival on campus for athletic events or practices.
Locker rooms will be provided for student-athletes and utilized in a limited capacity for changing prior to practice or competitions, and will be strictly supervised by coaches.
Lockers will not be utilized for personal storage.
Student-athletes will provide their own personal labeled water supply. Make sure you have enough water for your practice or competition.
Face coverings are a requirement for all students, parents, coaches, officials, staff, chaperones, timekeepers, trainers and community members who enter our campus. Masks must be worn correctly by everyone during the duration of their visit.
Excluding swimmers and divers while in the pool, student-athletes and coaches must wear their mask during practices and competitions.
Athletes unable to tolerate wearing a face covering during a practice or competition must discontinue participation, notify the coach and proceed to a designated mask-break area.