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Eagle News February 15-26, 2021

By: Dan Hammar|Date: Feb 16, 2021|Tags: Uncategorized


The Dear PCA Family,
Many memories flood my mind as we begin the third quarter of this unique and amazing school year at Plymouth Christian. This is one of those years one might say is “one for the books!” It’s truly been quite a journey and I wouldn’t trade the memories, the trials, the achievements, or the growth for anything.
At times, the growth has been painful and the pruning necessary, but His promises were always sure. “For all the promises of God find their yes in Him. That is why it is through Him that we utter our Amen to God for His glory.” II Corinthians 1:20 (ESV). This school year we have engaged more people, increased enrollment, tackled new initiatives and launched a health and safety program unparalleled in our recent history. I have been witness to the dedication and faithfulness of our faculty and students as they continue to exhibit outstanding Christian character no matter the season of life.
As a school community, we have engaged in meaningful partnerships with parents, business owners, grandparents, and alumni. For all of this, I am deeply blessed. However, my greatest joy comes from watching our students grow into godly young people who care about each other and who desire to become lifelong learners, leaders and servants for our awesome God!
Educating for Eternity,
Mrs. Caryn Huntsman, Superintendent


Men’s Prayer Breakfast

Coffee cup and coffee beans on table
“For where two or three come together in my name, there I am among them.” (Matthew 18:20).
Our purpose is to gather together in order to encourage one another in Christlikeness, challenge one another to be faithful in our responsibilities as men, and to intercede for our families and our school. Please join us on Fridays; iHop Restaurant Conference Room (Sheldon Road between Warren & Ford), 7:30-8:30am. Dates: 2/26, 3/19, 4/16, 5/14, 6/4

PCA’s 2021 January – June Calendar

There is always a flurry of activities on our campus and we have been incredibly blessed to continue to thrive on campus without losing any educational days. Praise the Lord!
We have provided a “key dates” calendar for the remainder of the school year (Jan-Jun). Due to the fact that many of our co-curricular events, class trips and school activities were postponed or cancelled, we were able to build in more academic days. This will allow us to end school a week early this year with a half day on June 4 (K-12). This adjustment will allow our teachers to use that week for Professional Development days. Change is inevitable and we’ve all experienced quite a lot. Our school calendar is no exception. We will be diligent to inform you of any calendar updates as soon as they arise.
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Shop with SCRIP and Save
SCRIP is a fund-raising tool for schools, but PCA is unique in that we apply any rebates you earn directly against your tuition account. It’s a great way to fundraise for your own tuition account! Simply sign up with SCRIP using our school enrollment code. Contact Laura Imlach for details: or 734-459-3505 x3156.
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“But we prayed to our God and posted a guard day and night to meet this threat”. Nehemiah 4:9 (NIV)
Dear PCA Families,
It has been a privilege and blessing to serve you thus far as the Director of Safety and Security here at PCA. Intermittently through the school year, I will be putting safety tips in the newsletter on ways we can better protect our families and staff.
One area that needs to be brought to our attention is the use of cell phones. It is asked that once you enter the PCA campus, that you refrain from any type of cellular phone usage. The National Safety Council reports that cell phone use while driving leads to 1.6 million crashes, and over 390,000 injuries each year. Personally I have witnessed many close calls just while doing traffic control at the beginning, and at the end of school. I understand that we lead busy lives, with many things going on at once. To ensure the safety of everyone on campus, I ask that we all work together to ensure that this danger is eliminated. Please know that I appreciate your cooperation, and welcome any questions or comments.


It’s February! This historically has been our “Re-Enrollment” month and families would be inundated with email reminders to fill out their 60-second enrollment and pay their $100 deposit to keep their spot for the next school year. As much as we tried to make it as easy as possible for our families and office staff, it became cumbersome. With Continuous Enrollment, your child’s spot is secure! The tuition rates for 2021-22 have been approved by the Board of Regents and Board of Trustees. For the second year in a row, tuition is the same for preschool through 6th grade. For grades 7-12, there was a 3% increase for tuition . We continue to thank the Lord for His faithfulness in provision for our families! Remember, current families are eligible for Variable Tuition by filling out the Variable Tuition application (found in your FACTS account or on our website) before April 17, 2021. Tuition agreements for 2021-22 will be sent the first week of April. If you have questions about Variable Tuition, or would like to change your tuition payment plan for the 2021-22 school year, please be sure to contact the Tuition Office (Laura Imlach): or 734-459-3505 x 3156.

Year End Annual Fund Campaign

Thank you, PCA community, for your faithful prayers, sacrificial giving and continued faithfulness to our students. There isn’t a day that passes that I am not incredibly moved by the resiliency and unmatched passion of the Plymouth Christian family!
The Giving Wall is a year-long annual fund campaign that coincides with our fiscal school year from July 1 to June 30. All pledged gifts are due in full by June 30.
Plymouth Christian Academy is a 501(c)(3) organization. Charitable gifts are tax deductible as allowed by law.
As a result of hundreds of donors, we were able to raise $47,170.00 towards our December 31 $55,000 goal! Praise the Lord! Our school’s fiscal year end goal is $50,000 and we pray for God’s continued blessing in the season ahead.
You are a critical part of God’s mission and when we invest our time, skills, and resources into the healing and growth of our school community – WE ALL THRIVE!


To celebrate Reading Month in March, we are thrilled to welcome Glenys Nellist as she shares “Twas the Morning of Easter in our March 5th Elementary Chapel.
We are pleased to welcome Glenys Nellist, beloved author of the bestselling ‘Twas the Evening of Christmas next month! Her new book reveals the joy and beauty of the resurrection of Jesus in a fresh, inspiring way in ‘Twas the Morning of Easter.
‘Twas the Morning of Easter tells the story of the resurrection of Jesus in a fresh way, with a familiar rhythm and rhyme that children will love, following the pattern of Clement Moore’s iconic ‘Twas the Night Before Christmas.”
This gorgeous picture book shares the true story of Easter with little ones with read-aloud rhymes and engaging illustrations by Elena Selivanova. With an eye-catching cover decorated in shining foil and embossing, this book is perfect for any Easter basket and sure to be a treasured Easter tradition for years to come.

Welcome Back Mrs. Quick!

This year, we have a total of 40 Kindergarten students at PCA!  We are absolutely thrilled to welcome back Toni Quick, a PCA veteran, who will be working as our Kindergarten Aide to our three Kindergarten teachers.
Toni has been a part of the PCA family for many years. She and her husband Tim live in Canton and have two sons, Caleb, who is in 9th grade, and Kyle, who is in 10th grade. Both have been attending school here since Kindergarten.  When their sons were young, Toni worked as a Cubbies teacher at Calvary Baptist Church. She also served in Discovery Island with preschoolers at Northridge Church.
She has much experience volunteering in Kindergarten, both helping in the classroom and as a substitute teacher.
Toni graduated with a BA in Communications from Michigan State University.  Her family feels so blessed to be part of the PCA community and to have their boys attending all these years!
We welcome Toni’s expertise and love for Kindergarten students!  We are so thankful she has decided to answer the call of the Lord on her life to continue to serve our PCA families!

February is Black History Month

Mrs. Paul’s and Mrs. Chamberlain’s 3rd grade classes have completed their African American Heroes Quilt, and it is on display on a hallway bulletin board. Each student researched their hero to find what he or she was known for and more fun facts! Caleb Wieland was excited to hang up his piece of the quilt. He completed his research on former president, Barack Obama. Just like these heroes joined together in their cause for justice, this quilt shows pieces joined together to create a beautiful tapestry of custom and culture. It has been exciting to see this coming together!
Our students learn to experience God through our weekly chapels, fun activities, engaging worship, and digging into Scripture. Enjoy this week’s worship chapel. Join us in prayer as we seek to view every moment of the day as an opportunity to worship God.   Worship Chapel, 2/9.21, Special Speaker; Miss Niema Dunson
The WHY and HOW of Worship
This week’s Elementary chapel focused on helping our students understand the why and how we worship God. We were privileged to have Miss Dunson, (PCA Staff), as our special speaker this week. Miss Dunson shared that the point of worship is to prepare our hearts to glorify and honor God in all that we do.

Kindergarten Highlights

Science is Alive at Plymouth Christian!
Last week, some of our kindergarten explorers got to join with the amazing team from Science Alive to see, touch, and experience some truly amazing animals.  Science Alive has been coming to PCA for many years now, and they bring with them not only chinchillas, armadillos, giant toads and snakes, but also a wealth of information, educating our students on each animal’s habitat, adaptations, and behaviors.
The students get up close and personal with the animals, up to the finest details, and can observe the patterns and textures of God’s creation. Enjoy these photos of our Kindergarten students experiencing Science Alive!

K-2 Online Learning Update and Short Term Illness

If your Kindergarten – 2nd Grade student becomes ill and is out for a day or two, we ask that they not join the live stream class. Our teachers will be diligent to prepare their homework, within a 24 hour period, and have it ready for them. Live streaming is provided for students who are enrolled in our Eagles at Home program for the month OR if the student or their class is quarantined for a more extended period. Please contact Mrs. Huntsman if you have any questions ( Thank you!



Thank you so much to those of you who have responded with donations to the PCA Fine Arts Patron Program. Your support ensures that we can continue to provide quality fine arts programs to students at Plymouth Christian. It is not too late to donate! Please see the booster page on the PCA website for a donation form.

ART with a Biblical Focus

Snow Art – Let it Snow! This month, 3rd grade students in Mrs. Chamberlain’s class created Snow Art. Students are learning that God has created each person uniquely.  Mrs. Kincer wants our students to know that every child is ONE-of-a-Kind to God, made specifically and individually for a special purpose.   Just like every snowflake has its own intricate design, God has given each one of us our own amazing and special design to carry out His will for our lives.

Valentine’s Day Art

God is Love! “For God so loved the world that He gave His one and only Son, that whoever believes in Him, will have eternal life.” John 3:16.  For the month of February, students in Elementary Art are learning about God’s love, “agape” love – a sacrificial, selfless kind of love.  God’s love for us is like no other kind of love. It is sure, constant, never-ending, and abounding.  Featured here samples of elementary student’s Valentine’s Art to express this beautiful truth!


PCA Hope’s Hangout!

Our students in 7th and 8th grade Science are using a new online platform called Gizmos. Mrs. Hope is using this great tool in her classes to promote inquiry- based learning opportunities for her students covering science and math concepts. Gizmos give students a deeper understanding of challenging content, taking them through engaging online simulations. Students love the use of technology and being able to interact with and manipulate the material in these fun simulations. Thank you, Mrs. Hope for giving these innovative learning opportunities to our middle school students and enhancing their learning experience!

High School Robotics meetings are as follows:

  • All team virtual meeting-Every Monday from 6-7 pm.
  • Business/Safety Team Meetings-Every Monday from 7-7:30 and every Friday from 7-7:30 pm.
  • Mechanical Team-Blended (virtual and in-person by registration)-Every T,TR, and FR from 6-8 pm.
  • Software Team-Blended (virtual and in-person by registration)- Tuesdays are virtual and Thursdays are blended from 6-8 pm.
Congratulations to the Class of 2021 on their college acceptances!
Please pray for these Seniors as they seek God’s will and guidance in their future college and career paths.
Kayla Allen: Central Michigan University, Eastern Michigan University, Michigan State University, Wayne State University and Western Michigan University
BJ Blume:  Kettering University, Lawrence Technological University, Oakland University, University of Detroit–Mercy, University of Michigan-Ann Arbor, University of Michigan-Dearborn, University of Michigan-Flint and Wayne State University
Isaac Cantrell: Central Michigan University, Eastern Michigan University, Taylor University, Wayne State University and Western Michigan University
Grace Chamberlain: Hope College, Michigan State University, University of Michigan-Ann Arbor, and the University of Wisconsin-Madison
Eve Fair: Schoolcraft College and Wayne State University
Lauren Greer: Central Michigan University, Coastal Carolina University, Florida Gulf Coast University, Florida International University, Michigan Tech University, Nova Southeastern University and Ohio State University
Kari Groen: Grace College, Grand Canyon University and Liberty University
Christina Wu:  Northeastern University and University of Toronto
Alessandra Barker: Hope College and St. Mary’s College
Francesca Barker:  Hope College and Western Michigan University
Ariela Boboc: Alma College, Azusa Pacific University, Bethel University and Concordia University (Ann Arbor)
Rachel Brugger: Adrian College and Grace College
Emily Cameron: Calvin University, Concordia University (Ann Arbor), Grand Valley State University, Hope College, Oakland University, University of Michigan (Ann Arbor) and University of Michigan (Dearborn)
Robert Dotson: Calvin University, Grand Valley State University, Hope College, and Michigan State University
Seth Elliot: Central Michigan University, Ferris State University and Oakland Community College
Gabriel Emilio: Michigan State University and Western Michigan University
Nathan Etnyre: Calvin University, Cedarville University, Cornerstone University, Hope College, John Carroll University, Kalamazoo College, Trine University, University of Michigan (Ann Arbor) and Xavier University
Jeevan Magnan: Michigan State University, Michigan Tech University, Oakland University, University of New Mexico, and Western Michigan University
Collin McInerney: Oakland Community College (Farmington Hills) and Schoolcraft College
Nicole Reinhart: Grand Canyon University, Grand Valley State University and Liberty University
Sarah Reinhart: Grand Canyon University and Liberty University
Evan Schalte: Schoolcraft College
Nicholas Scott: Calvin University
Christian Southerland: Michigan State University
Alexa Spiroff: Butler University and Western Michigan University
Sydney Tuggle: Grand Valley State University, Oakland University, Eastern Michigan University, Western Michigan University, and Michigan State University
Jacob Weertz: Grand Valley State University and Schoolcraft College
Madeline White: Grand Canyon University, Palm Beach Atlantic University and Schoolcraft College
Carly Wildasin: Olivet Nazarene University

The “Neutral Zone”

Star Trek fans out there know what the “Neutral Zone” is. The Star Trek Database defines it as “an area of space between the United Federation of Planets and the Romulan Star Empire that measures approximately one light year and serves as a ‘buffer’ zone. Any incursion into the Romulan Neutral Zone is considered a hostile act.”
The Neutral Zone, then, is a lot like the Demilitarized Zone between North and South Korea. It’s a place where two warring powers agree not to go, leaving it as a “safe space” of sorts between them. Now, you might be asking, what on earth (or in space!) does this have to do with technology and the entertainment media that flows through it? Great question! I’m glad you asked. As Christians, I think it’s easy for us to drift passively, almost unconsciously, into something I’ve dubbed Neutral Zone thinking when it comes to the bombardment of media and technology we face today. We know the big things that we want to help our kids avoid. We recognize that there are things that are at war with the convictions we hold as Christ followers. But when it comes to lots of the other “little” things, well, we can almost unconsciously tend to treat them as if they’re neutral, when in fact they might very well be communicating—albeit more subtly—messages and worldviews that are very much at odds with our Christian faith. The Apostle Paul repeatedly challenges the mentality of Neutral Zone thinking (though, of course, he didn’t actually have Romulans in mind!).
“Pay careful attention, then, to how you live—not as unwise people but as wise—making the most of the time, because the days are evil. So don’t be foolish, but understand what the Lord’s will is” (CSB).
The Apostle Paul and Modern Technology
Paul understands that the culture we live in influences how we live. So he tells us to “pay attention,” a phrase that the King James Version translates, “walk circumspectly.” In other words, don’t just mindlessly absorb and consume what you’re walking through. Instead, look up, look around, and be aware of the influences that seek to shape our hearts and minds in ways that are at odds with a biblical faith and worldview.
And this is not a casual suggestion from Paul, either, who goes on to say “the days are evil.” If we’re not paying attention and seeking to “understand what the Lord’s will is,” he tells us, we risk being sucked into the gravitational pull of a worldly way of life that’s opposed to the Gospel. He reiterates the same idea in Romans 12:2: “Do not be conformed to this age, but be transformed by the renewing of your mind, so that you may discern what is the good, pleasing, and perfect will of God.” The contrast here is clear: being shaped by the world or being transformed by truth as we walk with God.
It’s critical, obviously, to understand what’s happening in the world of technology and media influence if we hope to limit and counterbalance potentially harmful influences in those arenas—which is exactly what we hope to do in the balance of the Plugged In Parent’s Guide to Today’s Tech. Still, we must begin with a spiritual foundation. Helping our children use technology (and the media that streams through it) wisely involves more than screen-time limits or filtering programs that limit our exposure (as important as those concrete tools might be). It also involves helping them to grow in spiritual discernment, discipline and character, so that they will increasingly be able to practice Paul’s counsel in Philippians 4:8:
“Pay careful attention, then, to how you live—not as unwise people but as wise—making the most of the time, because the days are evil. So don’t be foolish, but understand what the Lord’s will is” (CSB).
“Finally brothers and sisters, whatever is true, whatever is honorable, whatever is just, whatever is pure, whatever is lovely, whatever is commendable—if there is any moral excellence and if there is anything praiseworthy—dwell on these things” (CSB).
 Tune in next week for more!


We are receiving approximately 8 applications per week and we are thrilled! That is what we have been averaging since January 1st and it doesn’t seem to be slowing down! Only God could be bringing these families to PCA! Enrollment is on the rise even though we have been limited in how we can do our tours, as well as not being able to do shadow days for potential students, or even doing an in-person Open House, due to our Covid protocols. And God is using YOU to bring families to our school! Thank you for your referrals and telling your friends and family about the difference PCA makes in partnering with parents for a Christ-centered, biblically-based education. Please continue to give us great reviews on Niche, Private School Review, Great Schools, and our website. If you would be willing to give a testimony on the impact of PCA for your family, please let me know! We would love to highlight you in our social media platforms. As always, we are seeking the Lord every step of the way! We know it is true: “Unless the Lord builds the house, its builders labor in vain…” Psalm 127:1.
Careful research has been done to make sure we are meeting all the safety protocols and staying within enrollment boundaries, which means we are FULL in 4-year preschool, Begindergarten, 2nd, 6th, and 10th grades. Our third section of kindergarten has now opened with a few remaining openings. We are preparing for the 2021-22 school year and looking to EXPAND some elementary grades into three sections to accommodate families longing for a Bible-based education, as well as adding more options for middle and high school grades. We are looking forward to the day when we can have an open campus and fellowship together so you can greet these new families! In the meantime, keep those referrals coming and have your friends apply soon for next year! We are already receiving applications weekly (sometimes daily) so spots will fill up quickly!
Continuous Enrollment News
With enrollment on the rise at Plymouth Christian Academy, we are either at or near waitlists in many of our grades. Placement in next year’s class is an increasingly sought-after spot. Throughout PCA’s history, more than 85% of students annually enroll for the following year. We love our students and are proud to see such strong retention year after year.
Our desire is to make our re-enrollment process even simpler for PCA families and that’s why we are launching “Continuous Enrollment.” We’ve thrown out the February re-enrollment process altogether, including the $100 deposit that was required to hold your spot! This simple Continuous Enrollment process is known as the “Once An Eagle, Always An Eagle” model. With continuous enrollment you will guarantee your child’s classroom seat from now until they walk across the graduation stage.
Beginning November 20, 2020, our “Once an Eagle, Always an Eagle” model begins, which means your family will remain at Plymouth Christian unless you notify us otherwise. Our families will never have to think about re-enrollment at PCA again! Instead, we can all have confidence that our Eagles will always be Eagles!
Q: How does Continuous Enrollment work?
A: You will be part of the PCA community unless you tell us otherwise, and your child’s spot in their class will be secure until graduation.
Q: What if things change for our family?
A: You will have until April 30th to fill out the Intent to Withdraw form, simply notifying the school and face absolutely no penalty.
Q: Are there any deadlines to be aware of?
A: Families will be responsible for 10% of tuition after the April 30th deadline. For major life changes/unique circumstances resulting in withdrawal after the deadline, Superintendent and Regent Board approval is required to waive the 10% tuition fee.
We work hard to plan and prepare for students to return each year and we want to invest these tuition dollars wisely so we can provide the quality Christ-centered education you have come to know and love at PCA. We know you’ll appreciate the simple process Continuous Enrollment provides.
For questions about Continuous Enrollment, please connect with Leanne Windle ( or 734-459-3505 x3190)
Mrs. Leanne Windle, Admissions Director


Games This Week: Note: All games are subject to change at any time.
Games This Week: Note: All games are subject to change at any time.
Friday, Feb. 12th
Varsity Boys Basketball vs. Petersburg-Summerfield HS / Home / 8:00 pm
Varsity Girls Basketball vs. Detroit Country Day / Home / 6:30 pm
Varsity Boys Bowling vs. Notre Dame Prep – Super Bowl, 45100 Ford Rd, Canton / Home 3:00 pm
Monday, Feb. 15th
Varsity Boys Basketball vs. Southfield Christian / Home / 7:00 pm
Varsity Girls Basketball vs. Southfield Christian / Home / 5:30 pm
FR Boys Basketball at St. Mary Catholic Central-Monroe / Away / 4:00 pm
5th/6th, 7th, & 8th Boys Basketball at Southfield Christian / Away / 4:00, 5:00, & 6:00 pm
Tuesday, Feb. 16th
FR, JV, & Varsity Boys Basketball vs. Fr. Gabriel Richard-Ann Arbor / Home / 4:00, 5:30, & 7:00 pm
Varsity Boys Bowling at Trillium Academy – Belmar Lanes / Away / 3:30 pm
Thursday, Feb. 18th
Varsity Girls Competitive Cheer – MIAC Jamboree #1 at Clarenceville HS / Away / 6:00 pm
7th & 8th Boys Basketball vs. Whitmore Lake / Home / 4:30 & 5:30 pm
Friday, Feb. 19th
JV & Varsity Boys Basketball at Inter-City Baptist / Away / 5:30 & 8:30 pm
Varsity Girls Basketball at Inter-City Baptist / Away / 7:00 pm
FR Boys Basketball vs. Detroit Catholic Central-Novi / Home / 5:00 pm
Monday, Feb. 22nd
Varsity Girls Basketball at Fr. Gabriel Richard-Ann Arbor / Away / 7:00 pm
FR Boys Basketball vs. Waterford-Kettering HS / Home / 4:00 pm
Tuesday, Feb. 23rd
FR, JV, & Varsity Boys Basketball at Oakland Christian / Away / 4:00, 5:30 & 7:00 pm
Varsity Girls Basketball vs. Whitmore Lake / Home / 6:00 pm
Varsity Boys Bowling at Canton Prep – Lodge Lanes / Away / 3:30 pm
5th/6th, 7th, & 8th Boys Basketball vs. Oakland Christian / Home / 4:30, 5:30, & 6:30 pm
Thursday, Feb. 25th
Varsity Boys Basketball vs. Roeper / Home / 7:00 pm
Varsity Girls Competitive Cheer – MIAC Jamboree #2 at Southfield Christian / Away / 6:00 pm
8th Boys Basketball at Parkway Christian / Away / 5:00 pm
5th/6th Boys Basketball at Parkway Christian / Away / 4:00 pm
Friday, Feb. 26th
JV & Varsity Boys Basketball vs. Inter-City Baptist / Home / 4:00 & 7:00 pm
Varsity Girls Basketball vs. Inter-City Baptist / Home / 5:30 pm
Varsity Boys Bowling vs. Whitmore Lake at Super Bowl Lanes / Home / 3:00 pm
FR Boys Basketball at Detroit Catholic Central-Novi / Away / 5:00 pm
7th Boys Basketball at Inter-City Baptist / Away / 5:30 pm
5th/6th Boys Basketball at Inter-City Baptist / Away / 4:30 pm
Saturday, Feb. 27th
Varsity Girls Competitive Cheer at Canton HS Invitational / Away / Time TBA
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Executive Order 2020-180 specifies that athletes must wear a face covering for all sports practices and contests except for cross country and tennis. This includes all off-season training for baseball and softball as well. If you do not have a mask, you cannot participate. If you are involved in any of our sports and have questions, please contact your coach. Please note that spectators are still limited to two per player for all games at this time. All home games in the Butler Gymnasium will be live-streamed at
Athletic Website & Schedule Alerts
Please follow our athletic website,, where you can view scores, schedules, articles and team/sport-specific updates. Enjoy keeping up on PCA sports! When you are on our PCA Eagles Home Page, be sure to sign up for VNN Alerts for your team. Click on ‘Sign Up For Alerts’ located just above the purple banner on the upper right side of our PCA Eagles home page or click on this link Remember to check your student’s online game schedule frequently as changes often occur during their season.
Physicals & Forms
If you have a student that is interested in participating in a PCA sport, he or she must have a current, MHSAA physical and our Sports Participation form on file in the Athletic Office BEFORE they can participate in tryouts, practices, or games. Forms are online at our school website HERE (scroll to the athletic tab), in the Secondary Office, and Athletic Office. A physical dated April 15, 2020 or after is considered a current physical and is good for the current school year until April 15, 2021. NOTE: Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, if your student had a current physical for the 2019-20 school year, (dated 04-15-2019 or after) the MHSAA is allowing that physical to be valid for this school year. If this applies to your student, you must complete the 2020-21 MHSAA Sports Health Questionnaire and turn it into the Athletic Dept.
Athletic Team Practice/Game
If the practice or game is not taking place right after school (starting by 3:20pm), students must report to the Study Table room, or be meeting with their teacher, in order to remain on campus. Thank you for your help with this.

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