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Today: 6/22/17

Denman Athletics

James Denamn Athletics

Get your Physical done over the summer if you plan to play sports for Denman after school. To get your physical you must see a doctor. If you get it over the summer it will last for every sport the entire year. Here is the link to the web page with form for the pre-participation physical: http://www.cifsf.org/middle-school.html

 

********** If you would like to receive Text message reminders about upcoming Denman Athletics please text @bc5915 to number 81010. These messages will include reminders of when games and upcoming tryouts are taking place as well as any other important athletic information related to James Denman Middle School. If these directions are unclear please click the invite attachment found in the "locker" on the left hand side of this page.

 

 

                 James Denman Middle School competes in the San Francisco Unified School District Interscholastic Middle School Division throughout the school year.  All teams play an average of eight games/meets per season. We encourage all students to come out and play.  At the end of the year Denamn Middle School Physical Education Department puts on an Athletic Awards Banquet to honor all students who have competed on an after school team.

Requirements

 

  • All students must have a 2.0 Grade Point Average. (AAA rule)
  • All students must have a physical examination by a Doctor. (AAA rule)
  • All students must have satisfactory citizenship. (2 or more U’s on a six week report card not eligible) Francisco Middle School Rule
  • Participation in a school sports program is a privilege, not a right.

 

SPORTS OFFERED/START DATE

 

Baseball - august

Softball - august

Boy’s Soccer - august

Girl’s basketball - September

Boy’s basketball - September

Girl’s Soccer - November

Girl’s volleyball - December

Track (coed) - February

 

               The physical education teachers will let students know when it is time to tryout for each sport.  You will not be allowed to tryout without a physical, so please make an appointment to get one early in the year.  All team uniforms are provided by the school.  They need to be returned at the end of each season.  If you lose a uniform, you will need to pay for it.   Practice is usually every day after school.  Practices and games can sometimes go until 5:30pm, so parents need to be aware of this when their child makes a team.  Individual coaches will let parents know the time and place of practices and games.   Students travel by muni to games.  They are dismissed when the games and practices are over and must have their own way of getting home. All students are responsible for any make up work they need to do as a result of leaving school early for games. If a student is not doing well in the classroom, the administration and athletic director can make the decision to take them off a team.

 

If you would like further information on our after school sports program, please contact Mr. Reed (Athletic Director) at (415) 841-8910

Or by email at reedl@sfusd.edu 

Please go to this site for middle school sport schedules and scores

http://www.cifsf.org/middle-school.html

SFUSD ATHLETES OUTPERFORM NON-ATHLETES IN THE CLASSROOM

This excerpt was taken from the San Francisco Unified School District CIF San Francisco Section website at www.cifsf.org:


SFUSD athletes attained higher GPAs than the SFUSD average in virtually every conceivable measurement.  This study illustrates the importance of athletics and demonstrates that athletics is one of the most cost-effective ways for a school district to enhance overall academic performance.  Check the following links to read a summary of the data and review a GPA statistical comparison of SFUSD athletes and the general student populace.