MIDDLE SCHOOL STUDENTS:
Beginning Feb. 13, middle school students can register for a spring sport by clicking here:
HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS:
Beginning Feb. 6, high school students can register for a spring sport by clicking here:
Click here to find the latest updated sports schedules, cancellations and directions to all athletic events via the district's Sportspak online game schedule. On the OCIAA Parents Page, you'll find many other useful tools and information about scholarships, NCAA eligibility, student-athlete health and more.
For last minute sports updates and cancellations, call the district Athletics Hotline at 845-794-8840, ext. 10976.
The hallways of the middle and high school (as well as the frigid outdoors) are used as practice facilities for the boys and girls runners, sprinters and jumpers under the guidance of head coach Tim Billias and assistant coach Matt Buddenhagen. Leading the charge are seniors Sam Bisland, My-Kell Farrar and Jillian McEneaney. Read more
Sage Evans, a seventh-grade student and varsity swimmer extraordinaire, has qualified to complete in the Section 9 Championship in the 100 freestyle and background events. The championship will take place Nov. 3-5 at Valley Central High School.
All students planning to participate in fall, winter or spring sports must get a physical during the summer. Physicals need to be done every year, and medical updates are required within 30 days of the first practice of the season.
The handbook supersedes all prior handbooks and should be read and acknowledged by all student athletes and their parent prior to the start of the winter sport season during online registration. Learn more about online registration here.
Do you attend Monticello sporting events and LOVE to capture those memorable moments? Please share your photos with us. We want to have all teams represented on the web site and social media. Please email your photos to firstname.lastname@example.org. Thank you!
Interscholastic athletics in the Monticello Central School District is a component of the health and wellness program and the physical education program. The purpose of the Athletic Program is to provide a wide array of athletic opportunities to enhance the educational experience of students.
The middle and high schools are members of the New York State Public High School Athletic Association. The district is affiliated with the Orange County League (OCL), and its schools are in Section 9 (Sullivan, Orange, Dutchess and Ulster Counties).
Click here to view the athletics mission statement and program philosophy
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