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Baseball Open Field / Conditioning

1. Complete the Arroyo High School Home Campus Sport Registration
2. MUST bring your own equipment: gloves, bats, hat, cleats, helmet, baseballs. Be in baseball pants for Open Field days. Have running shoes for conditioning days.
3. Bring plenty of water: Coach highly recommends to bring 1 gallon of water.

3 Days Per Week:
Tues & Thurs 4-6 PM: Conditioning
Wednesday 2:45-5 PM: Open Field
First day is Wednesday, Nov 1
Questions? Contact Coach Morgan 510-878-0341
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Summer Workouts!

Are you interested in playing football, volleyball, or boys' basketball?? Summer workouts are a great way to get your introduction to the programs!

Upcoming Events

Athletic Booster Meeting

Date:
Time: 7 PM – 8 PM
Location: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/83067569903?pwd=TDlGUEU2RzcwOFVEbzdjaVpyY1Q3QT09

Athletic Booster Meeting

Date:
Time: 7 PM – 8 PM
Location: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/83067569903?pwd=TDlGUEU2RzcwOFVEbzdjaVpyY1Q3QT09

Athletic Booster Meeting

Date:
Time: 7 PM – 8 PM
Location: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/83067569903?pwd=TDlGUEU2RzcwOFVEbzdjaVpyY1Q3QT09

Athletic Booster Meeting

Date:
Time: 7 PM – 8 PM
Location: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/83067569903?pwd=TDlGUEU2RzcwOFVEbzdjaVpyY1Q3QT09

The Mission of Arroyo High School Athletics is:

to provide students with an opportunity to broaden and strengthen their educational experience through participation in team sports. Our student athletes learn integral life skills such as respect, commitment, discipline, integrity, and sportsmanship. By fostering these skills, and many others, Arroyo High School Athletics aims to develop student athletes with a healthy self-concept who will strive for success inside the classroom and out, and who will make positive contributions to our community.

 

Due to the rapid increase of COVID-19 cases and the impact of the Omicron variant, Arroyo High School will now be implementing the following measures during athletic events to mitigate the spread of COVID-19.

 

 We apologize in advance for any inconvenience and invite you to reach out to the administration team with any questions or concerns.

 

1.) All indoor sports (Boys/Girls Basketball, Wrestling, Badminton, Boys/Girls Volleyball, Cheer, or any other indoor sport/event) will be limiting spectators to only TWO per athlete (children, regardless of age, will be counted as a spectator), similar to our policy during the Spring of 2021.  This will apply to both home and visiting teams. Players and Coaches will be responsible to provide the names of their spectators prior to the game in order to allow them to gain entrance to the event. 

 

2.) ALL Spectators must complete our passive COVID-19 screener (verbal questions at the entrance) AND submit Proof of being fully vaccinated. 

 

3.) ALL spectators, officials, coaches, and players are expected to wear a mask over their mouth AND nose at all times when inside the gym*. Coaches and Officials are expected to model and monitor this expectation for players (both in the contest AND on the sideline). Violators may be subject to ejection from the event.

 

4.) All athletes and coaches (regardless of vaccination status or prior COVID infection) will participate in weekly PCR testing. Any coach/athlete who is not able to submit results will not be allowed to participate in any athletic events (practice, film review, etc.) until such time as they submit their results to their coach and to the athletic director**

 

5.) All athletes and coaches are directed to monitor for COVID-19 symptoms (regardless of vaccination status or previous COVID-19 infection) and exclude themselves from any athletic activities should they experience symptoms. In addition they need to notify their coach and the athletic director as soon as the onset of symptoms begin. 

 

We will continue to monitor our events and to collaborate with our district office and county/state health officials and adjust our practices as needed. 

 

Again, we thank you in advance for your cooperation and understanding as we work to keep the entire Arroyo High School Community (and our guests) safe. 
 

*Certain sports (Wrestling, Cheer, and Swimming) have been granted exemption from mask wearing while directly participating in their sport as wearing a mask presents a choking hazard. This has been determined by CIF/NCS, the governing body over high school athletics. Students are only able to remove their mask while actively participating in their event and must replace their mask properly as soon as their active participation ends. 

 

** Students with prior documented cases of COVID-19 who continue to test positive after completing proper SLZUSD isolation/quarantine protocols MAY be allowed to participate at the discretion of administration in conjunction with SLZUSD district office health officials.

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PE Waiver Process:

 

  • PE teachers will distribute PE waivers after spring break.
  • Students will have 2 weeks to return completed waivers.  They should be turned in to their PE teacher.
  • The PE department chair will compile a list of all students that are eligible for the PE waiver, to be sent to the appropriate counselor.
  • At the end of the school year, the athletic director will verify that the lists are correct, based on passing of the physical fitness tests.
  • Students will be programmed into their electives, but at any time may be placed into a PE class if found ineligible for the waiver. 
  • Students that fail to complete the requirements for the waiver can expect to be assigned to a PE class in either junior or senior year to complete the graduation requirements.