In order for athletes to be eligible, they must meet the following criteria:
- Participation Fee ($75 per sport). If your athlete qualifies for free/reduced lunch or is part of the collegebound program they may qualify for a fee waiver. Please contact the athletic dept (841.2800) for more information.
- ASB Fee ($25 once annually)
- Registration on our Final Forms website (see link below)
- Current physical (athlete, parent and physician signature required)
- Proof of insurance
- Scholastic and WIAA eligibility (see athletic handbook)
- All past due items must be cleared
Pay for your outstanding fees by clicking here.
We are now part of the NFHS Network and will be live streaming all stadium and gymnasium (main gym) events. Click HERE for the link.
If you would like to donate to our athletic program, please click HERE. Just select Woodland High School and WHS Athletic Donations (under program/club). Thanks so much!
For registration instructions, click here.
For tools that you can use to foster growth in your athlete, download the "12 week talking points" attachment from the Schedules, Forms and Documents link at the bottom of the page. You'll find great resources you can use throughout the season.
Parents play a huge role in creating a positive experience for our athletes. NFHS offers a free Positive Sport Parenting Course and a Parent Self-Assessment that are both informative, and here is a video that every parent of an athlete should watch as well: https://insideoutinitiative.org/parentsplaybook/
We offer annual sports passes good for all home events (ms and hs). Families are $100 (parents + immediate family 18 and under) and individuals are $50. If you go to a lot of home events, this is a great way to save some money - inquire at the WHS main office. Seniors (65 and over) are free!
With the passage of the Lystedt Law in 2009, an emphasis was placed on concussion awareness in athletics. The following video does a great job of explaining concussions. Concussion Video
If you aspire to participate in college athletics at the Division I or II level, you must familiarize yourself with the NCAA eligibility requirements at http://www.eligibilitycenter.org/
Check out our fight song here!
ASB Card and Athletic Participation Data
ASB Card and Athletic Participation Data
|# of High School Students Enrolled at WHS (as of 10/1/2022)||669|
|# of Students from Low-Income Families (as of 10/1/2022)||285|
|Total # of High School Students with ASB Card||248|
|# of Students from Low-Income Families with ASB Card||73|
|# of high school students participating in an athletic program (as of 4/1/2023)||322|
|# of high school students from low-income families participating in an athletic program
(as of 4/1/2023)
|ASB Card Possession Opportunity Gap||20%||Gap Plan Required?||Yes|
|Extracurricular Participation Opportunity Gap||23%||Gap Plan Required?||Yes|
|List of optional noncredit extracurricular event attendance and participation fees||
Cost per Student
|Purchase amount of an ASB card for high school students (general population price)||$25.00|
|Athletic Program Participation Fees||$75.00|
|Social School Events (Plays, Concerts, Dances, etc.)||$10.00|
|Sports Events (Game Admission, etc.)||$4.00|
|Day Field Trip||$5.00|
|Multi-Day Trips/Overnight Travel||$0.00|
|District policy for waiving and reducing noncredit extracurricular event attendance and participation fees as described under RCW 28A.325.010||
|Click here to visit website for explanation
Opportunity Gap Reduction Plan
|1. Our school used the following approaches to determine barriers to ASB card possession and/
or extracurricular participation:
|Survey students on their participation||Yes|
|Survey parents on their students' participation||No|
|Evaluate required factors for participation (transportation, materials/uniforms, etc.)||Yes|
|Compare school data to other schools with similar demographics||No|
|Conduct a cost benefit analysis of offerings||No|
|2. What are some of your students’ barriers to student possession of ASB Cards?|
|Identifying eligible students||No|
|3. What are some of your students’ barriers to student participation in extracurricular activities?|
|4. Describe the action steps the school/district will take to reduce the opportunity gap in student possession of ASB cards and/or participation in extracurricular activities for the up coming school year.|
|According to the student survey, less than 3% of students stated that cost was a barrier for them. We have provided documentation and marketed to students and families that there is help if they cannot afford the ASB cards or the participation fees. What was more telling on the survey are the students that aren't interested, have family responsibilities or jobs that are the barrier. In the 23-24 school year we will continue to survey students, provide information to our families and make a concentrated effort to reach out to students who may have barriers to see what we can do to provide support.|
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