** COVID-19 UPDATE **
The winter sports season will begin November 30. The schedule was approved by the New York State Public High School Athletic Association and adopted by Section One.
At this time basketball, ice hockey, competitive cheer and wrestling are still prohibited from full contact practices but will be able to hold fitness workouts. The Governor's office will issue a final decision regarding the status of these sports in the next couple of weeks. If those sports are approved for competition, the Section is planning to have games begin on Jan. 11 with a reduced schedule.
The final decision on the number of games will be made before Thanksgiving.
FamilyID is open and will remain open until Monday, November 23. If your child had a sports physical prior to November 1, 2019 they will need a new physical in order to participate in the winter season.
As more information is forthcoming we will communicate that to the school community.
** All students must meet New York State immunization requirements for school attendance and sports participation **
The NYSPHSAA has approved the date of March 1 for football, volleyball and cheerleading. Although girls swimming is classified as a low-risk sport, we will not have it this fall as many schools do not have access to facilities. It will also be moved to March 1.
The status of middle school sports is currently being discussed by Section One and they are not approved at this time.
Given the nature of having a 'four season' year in high school athletics, it will be possible for a child to participate in all four seasons if they desire.
Students in more than 80 teams representing athletes in New Rochelle’s high school and two middle schools compete in approximately 800 interscholastic contests each year. Students engage in many opportunities to develop physical strength and mental conditioning while building character and learning the value of teamwork. Our coaches and students have made our teams extremely competitive and very successful in a variety of sports, often earning league, section, regional and state awards. Our teams are also recognized for their sportsmanship, participation in community service and excellence in the classroom.
Steve Young, CMAA
Director of Athletics
New Rochelle High School
265 Clove Road
New Rochelle, New York 10801
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