Poudre School District offers a comprehensive athletic program for students at the middle school level. All of the middle school athletic programs are open to any student in 7th-8th grade who have completed the check-out process outlined below. Students in 6th grade are now allowed to participate in cross country, golf and track and field at their respective middle school. For all other sports at the 6th grade level, programming is offered through the City of Fort Collins Recreation Department. Home school students and/or students who attend a school that does not offer middle school athletics will be placed upon request per the PSD Guidelines for Student Participation in Extracurricular and Intersholastic Activities at District Schools. Interested parents must contact the District Athletic Office at (970) 490-3332 to request formal placement.
CHECK-OUT PROCESS / FORMS:
All middle school students participating in PSD Athletics must have the following forms completed and turned into their school prior to their participation:
- Middle School Athletic Participation Permission and Release (Español)
- Physician Certification of Student Fitness for Athletic Participation (Español)
- Student Athlete Medical Information Form (Español)
Contact the Athletic Director at each middle school for questions specific to a school or programs offered at the school.
PSD ATHLETIC HANDBOOK - Parents and students are encouraged to read PSD Athletic Handbook prior to participation.
ATHLETIC SCHEDULES - Check out the latest standings, current schedules and more!
Sign up to receive instant notification of any schedule changes by following the instructions in the RSchool Parent Guide. This will allow you to receive a text and/or an email immediately if any changes are made to the schedule(s) you are following. This guide will also provide instructions to download athletic schedules to your personal calendar. This will allow you to receive live updates to your calendar.
The Health and Wellness Center at Centennial High School
Do you know a student that needs a Sports Physical/Well Child exam? Starting July 22 and running through August 21, 2015, the Health and Wellness Center at Centennial High School will be open to any Poudre School District Middle or High School student, including uninsured or underinsured, who need a Sports Physicals/Well Child exam.
Students/families can call the center’s main number at 970.488.4950 to schedule an appointment. The Center can bill insurance (including Medicaid and CHP+) but does not currently collect any cash copayment/ payment of any type. No student is ever turned away for inability to pay and all students who enroll in the Center can be seen AT NO COST TO the student/family.
Appointments slots are limited and expected to fill quickly, so call today to schedule! Additionally, please click on the links below to download enrollment documents including health history, registration and consent forms or ask Center staff to mail you a packet. Parents, (or the student if s/he is 18 years of age or older), must fill out and sign all six documents and bring the completed forms along with any, (if available), insurance cards to their scheduled appointment time. We welcome and encourage, but do not require, parents to accompany their student to the visit.
Appointments are available from Wednesday, July 22 – Friday, August 21 during the following times: Mondays and Fridays 7:30 – 3:30, Tuesdays and Thursdays 9 – 5 and Wednesdays 11 – 7.
The Center is located in Centennial High School’s main office building, located at 330 East Laurel Street, Fort Collins, CO 80524. The City of Fort Collins TransFort bus stops on the corner of College and Laurel just two blocks away or the MAX stops at Mason and Laurel, which is just three blocks away from the school. Ample street parking is also available.
For additional information, please call 970.488.4950 and ask to speak to the Center’s Physician Assistant, Mary Beth Thorn or Coordinator, Merry Hummell.
The Health and Wellness Center at Centennial is staffed by Rocky Mountain Youth Clinics; a Denver based, pediatric, non-profit that provides quality health care to over 30,000 young people annually. The Centennial Center has been open for 21 years and is one of over 2000 School Based Health Centers (SBHC) in the United State and the sole location in PSD.
Creating healthy learners better prepared for classroom and life success!