The Ecumenical Athletic Association’s Board of Directors is keeping all our families in our thoughts and hope that all are safe, well and adjusting to these unprecedented times. The EAA is working to prepare our programs for the anticipated return to school. In order for the league to move forward and be ready for the possibility of fall sports, we are asking parents to register their child on the EAA website as soon as possible so that the coordinators can properly prepare in a timely manner. Registration opened on 3/1 and the deadline has been pushed to 4/20/2020.
This is a new website and much easier to navigate. It is also bilingual for those that have english as a second language. The only two documents that are required to be uploaded are the concussion certificates (one for a parent and one for the student). You would have completed this requirement if you had competed this past winter or fall and should upload the certificates during the spring sport registration process. Here are the links for concussion certification if you are participating in an EAA sport for the first time. It might be a good idea to view the video and complete the certification before you go online to register for a sport so that you can upload the certificate while registering.
Student concussion certification link
Parent concussion certification
The following sports are offered for student-athletes to compete this spring as a member of the Ecumenical Athletic Association. There is no EAA fee to participate. Click on the sport to link to the registration on the EAA website.
Coed Track and Field - For 5th-8th grade student-athletes
Junior Varsity Tennis - For 5th and 6th grade student-athletes
Varsity Tennis - For 7th and 8th grade student-athletes
Baseball - For 6th-8th grade student-athletes
Softball - For 6th -8th grade student-athletes
The EAA realizes these are uncertain times and the scheduled opening of school may change, however the EAA appreciates your help by registering before the 4/20 deadline so that the EAA can be ready to serve the student-athletes and provide them with an athletic program this coming spring.
Please email EcumenicalAthleticAssociation@gmail.com if you have any questions about the registration process.
Thank you and stay well and safe!
If you have any questions please email me Linda Berard, Saint Michael School Athletic Director, at email@example.com
NHFS Learning Center
To access all of the information on the sport your child participates in, please click on the link below or the button at the top of the page.
Expectations of Student/Athletes
Student/Athlete Academic Requirements:
Academics come first over all extra-curricular activities.
Who obtains a “failing” grade (in any subject) on either a Progress Report or a Report Card will be deemed ineligible and suspended from team activity for no less than 2 weeks. The student/athlete’s grades will be reassessed post suspension and the Administration of St. Michael School shall subsequently determine eligibility.
Who receives 2 or more “failing” grades (in any subject) on either a Progress Report or a Report Card will be deemed “indefinitely ineligible”. Eligibility can only be restored through a decision by St. Michael School Administration.
Who obtains 2 or more grades of “D” on a single Progress Report or Report Card shall be deemed ineligible and immediately placed on “monitored probation” for a 2-week period. During the “monitored probation” period, the student will be ineligible to participate in any and all practices or games unless the St. Michael School Administration waives all or some of the probationary period as a result of the student demonstrating an acceptable level of academic progress.
Who shows poor “Conduct” and/or “Effort” shall also be subject to a 2-week suspension until he/she shows progress in that area.
Who receives a detention must make arrangements for transportation to the game or practice.
Who receives an “in-house suspension” or an “out-house suspension” shall miss any and all sports related activities until he/she serves the suspension in its entirety.
If a students is late or dismissed during the day of school, they must be present at school for more than 3 hours of the day to take part in any athletic activity.
Saint Michael School Offers the following sports for students in grades 5 - 8
Coed Cross Country
Boys/Girls soccer – black soccer socks, mouth guards, rubber soccer cleats and shin pads
Volleyball – kneepads and sneakers
Cross country – running sneakers
Boys/Girls Basketball – basketball sneakers, t-shirt (optional) must match the uniform tank color
Cheerleading – Socks, cheerleading sneakers, briefs, body suits
Bowling – sneakers, Gym uniform
Coed Track and Field
Girls Softball - Grades 6-8
Boys Baseball - Grades 6-8
Baseball – glove, rubber baseball cleats, socks, athletic supporter, gray baseball pants, bat -3 drop weight to length ratio (optional)
Softball – glove, rubber softball cleats, socks, black softball pants, bat (optional)
Tennis – sneakers, black tennis skirt or shorts, racket
Track and field – running shoes