*Fall Sports have been moved to “Floating Season” starting 2/22/21*

Due to remote learning, our Fall sports season will be moved to the below:

Feb. 22nd – April 25th – Fall Sports II (“Floating Season”)- Football, Fall
Cheer, Unified Basketball, sports not played in fall season because of remote
learning model/other

Please see the slides below

http://miaa.net/gen/miaa_generated_bin/documents/basic_module/MIAA_Task_Force_PowerPoint_81920.pdf

2020 FALL REGISTRATION IS NOW OPEN!

Please register with the link below on FamilyID if you plan on participating in a Fall sport for the 2020 school year!

https://www.familyid.com/framingham-high-school/2020-fall-sports-2

 

 

 

National Women in Sports Night For ALL Female Athletes!

8th Grade Sports Night (3/5/2020)

The 8th Grade informational sports night will cover all things parents or students need or want to know about athletics at Framingham High School.  It will include the opportunity to meet coaches, student athletes, and our athletic staff.  The event will begin at 7pm with an end time of roughly 8pm.  It is not mandatory but suggested for individuals who want to find out more information for 8th graders who may be interested in playing sports here at FHS.  The information they should find out is how to register, what sports are available, what season they can play particular sports, when tryouts begin, academic eligibility, essentially everything that is on our website will be discussed.

 

Winter Season Dance Tryout’s

Coach Angela would like to hold an information session for anyone interested in trying out for our winter season team on Tuesday, November 19th from 6:30-7:15 in the back/back gym at FHS. 

Tryout dates will be Tuesday, December 3rd and Thursday, December 5th from 4:15-7:15 at Fuller Middle School. 

Update Your Physical

http://metrowestfreemedicalprogram.org/

Physical Information

The following clinics are the closest to Framingham: Ashland, 414 Union St.; Natick, 137 West Central St.; Sudbury, 501 Boston Post Rd. Our hours are Monday-Friday 8am-7pm, Saturday 9am-5:30pm and Sunday 10am-5:30pm. If parents have questions they can find additional information on www.minuteclinic.com or by calling 866-389-2727. No appointment is necessary, but to save time, parents/patients can go to minuteclinic.com or the CVS Pharmacy app to view wait times, make appointments and hold their place in line.

 

Some of our services include treatment of minor illnesses and injuries, vaccine administration, TB testing, school and camp physicals, travel health consultations, wellness screenings in addition to many other services being added all the time! If we can be of help to your students, family or community let us know!

 

Important Information on Opioid Epidemic

On March 14, 2016, Governor Charlie Baker signed landmark legislation into law to address the deadly opioid epidemic plaguing the Commonwealth. The bill is titled An Act relative to substance use, treatment, education and prevention (STEP Act).  This new law includes multiple provisions including a 7-day limit on every opiate prescription for minors  (with certain exceptions),  a mandate for a verbal screen for substance use disorders in students and a requirement that information on opiate-use and misuse be disseminated to all students participating in an extracurricular athletic activity prior to their athletic season. This information can be found at our sports concussion website (www.mass.gov/sportsconcussion) at

http://www.mass.gov/eohhs/gov/departments/dph/programs/community-health/dvip/injury-prevention/substance-use-disorder.html.  Here you will find information on substance use and misuse, where to get help for your child, resources and a link to the Dept. of Public Health Bureau of Substance Abuse Services.  Please make sure prior to every sports season that this educational information is distributed to all student athletes and their parents participating in extracurricular sports.

What Is The Difference Between Being on a Team Versus Being a Teammate?

 

WHAT IS THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN BEING ON THE TEAM VS.

BEING A TEAMMATE?

 

BEING ON THE TEAM:                               BEING A TEAMMATE:

 

— benefits your personal goals                 — benefits the goals and

   and ambitions                                               ambitions of your team

 

— can make you a bystander                     — teammates intervene in the

                                                                               lives and actions of their

                                                                               teammates

 

— involves personal effort                         — involves the efforts of every

                                                                              player

 

— means doing what is asked                   — is doing whatever is needed

   of you                                                               for the team to succeed

 

— can involve blaming others                   — involves accepting respons-

   and making excuses                                     ibility , accountability, and

                                                                                 ownership of the team’s

                                                                                problems

 

— makes you “me-optic”, asking               — makes you “we-optic”, asking

   what’s in it for me?                                       what’s in it for us?

 

— means being drawn together                — means being drawn together

   by common interests                                   by a common mission

 

— players draw energy from                     — players draw energy from

   emotion                                                           a commitment to each other

 

Adapted from Inside Out Coaching: How Sports Can Transform Lives– Joe Ehrmann- Simon & Schuster (2011)- pg. 150

 

Athletic Handbook For Coaches, Student Athletes, and Parents

Last night the School Committee unanimously approved an Athletic Handbook. Please read carefully and become familiar with the philosophy, expectations, and policies contained therein. Parents of spring sport athletes should sign, print, and return the contract on page 11 to the coach once a team roster has been established.


Athletic Handbook Sports Registration