Track & Field
If your student will be participating in a non-cut sport, payment of $110 is due at the time of registration.
If your student is trying out for a cut sport, payment of $150 will be due once you have been notified your student made the team. A cheer payment of $90 will also be due upon making the team.
You will need to pay the participation fee by the first day of practice. You have several options to make your payment.
Payment will be made for non-cut sports at the time of registration. Payment for cut sports will be made online once you have been notified your student made the team.
If you wish to apply for financial assistance, you will need to submit a Financial Assistance application PRIOR to the start date of tryouts.
Incomplete applications will not be processed. Due to financial constraints, we are unable to provide 100% assistance.
Click here for a copy of the Financial Assistance application form. Once complete applications must be turned into the Kyrene School District.
Keep in Touch with Athletics
- Sign up for the Remind messaging service to get up to date announcements from Kyrene Athletics sent directly to your mobile device! You'll get reminders about registration deadlines, game cancellations, rain delays, and special Kyrene Athletic events.
- To sign up go to www.remind.com or download the remind app on your mobile device and join class code @7gbe376 (Kyrene Athletic Program)
Support our Athletic Program
How can you help support our students involved in our sports program? Consider a tax credit donation. Click the following link for more information Tax Credits, click here!For questions, please call Centennial Athletics: 480-541-6404CMS Athletic Director: Dr. Randall HoggardCMS Student Services & Athletics: Patti Tollefson firstname.lastname@example.org
Kyrene offers both “cut” and “non-cut” athletic opportunities for 6th, 7th, and 8th grade students. Students participating in both In-Person and Flex learning models will be able to participate in athletics at their school site during the 2020-2021 school year.
Cut sports include: soccer, basketball, volleyball, cheer, softball, and baseball.
Non-cut sports include: cross country, wrestling, and track and field.
The goals for every participant are:
- Physical Skills necessary in the sport or activity
- An awareness of progressive skill requirements needed to continue in the growth of a specific sport or activity
- Respect for the efforts, abilities, and rights of others
- The awareness of leadership responsibilities in school, community, and life contacts, as well as on the field
- Active participation by all members of the team