Middle School Sports
CCDS is proud to have a great athletic program. If you have questions, please contact Mike O'Connor, CCDS Athletic Director.
The Sports Release must be completed by all members of the CCDS Teams. These will be handed out before cross-country season begins, and before volleyball and basketball tryouts. The sports release must be returned at tryouts.
Volleyball season takes place in the fall of each school year! This is a co-ed program open to 6th-8th graders. This year Katherine Chapin and Pamela Wilson will lead the Eagles.
2018 Season Began in August!
Beginning August 20, practices will be from 3:30-5 p.m., Monday through Thursday, on the days there are no games.
Please refer to the Middle School Volleyball Sports Policy below. More information will be coming to families through e-fliers.
Cross Country Program
The CCDS Cross Country Running Program is for 6th-8th grade boys and girls and began Thursday, August 30. Coach Dan Edwards will hold practice after school at One Mile. Meeting point is the parking lot on the Vallombrosa side. Practices and race times are found in the calendar below.
All levels welcome. Students must be in appropriate athletic attire and proper running shoes to participate! For more information, please contact Coach Dan.
Cross Country Calendar Schedule 2018-2019
Jordan Williams, Chris Nixon and Jason Pezzetti are the CCDS coaches the boys and girls basketball teams.
- Girls Basketball begins in early October through the middle of December.
- The Boy's season begins in December through mid March.
See calendar for game schedule or download pdf below.
CCDS Interscholastic Sports Eligibility
- Students must maintain a 2.0 GPA and not have any failing marks
- Grade checks will commence when a sport begins. Grade checks will thereafter be every two weeks.
- If a student falls below the minimum requirements on a grade check, then he/she will be on probationary status for the following two weeks or until they prove their eligibility
- Probationary status means that a student is still on the team and must attend all practices, but is ineligible to participate in games or meets until the student is academically eligible.
- After a two week probation, if a student is still ineligible, it is the coach’s discretion as to how long the athlete will remain on the team.
- Students must show appropriate citizenship in the classroom.
- Along with the grade check will be a teacher comment section regarding behavior.
- It will be the coach’s discretion how classroom behavior affects playtime.
- Serious or prolonged misbehavior may result in removal from the team.
- Attendance Eligibility
- If a student is absent from school, he/she is not eligible to play in that day’s game or meet
- A student who is absent from school for more that three periods of a game day is not eligible to play.
- A student who is unable or unwilling to participate in PE may not participate in that day’s practice, game, or meet.