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Mission Statement

The Elk Grove Middle School Athletic Program provides equal access for all students.  It guarantees opportunities for maximum participation, through competition in athletic programs which promote school spirit, self-esteem, sportsmanship, team work, and positive social skills. Please take a moment to browse an overview of our program. If you have any questions regarding our athletics program, please feel free to drop us an e-mail.

Co-Athletic Directors:

Louis Corpuz, Keith Lee

Athlete Handbook

EGUSD Sports Physical Form


Year at a Glance
Basketball (int)
Track Field


There will be a limited amount of players per team
A student-athlete may compete at only one grade level, 7th or 8th, during basketball season.
Student-athletes are eligible to compete in two years of competitive athletics, commencing with enrollment in the 7th grade.
In the sport of wrestling only, elementary students may practice and participate in tournaments with middle school wrestlers. In Elk Grove Unified School District (EGUSD) dual meets, elementary school students may only wrestle against other elementary school wrestlers. They cannot wrestle against middle school wrestlers.
All sports will have a "No Cut" policy
Practice will be held 3 days a week.
Practice will last 1- 1 ½ hours.


Academic Eligibility

All student-athletes who wish to participate in an athletic activity in the Elk Grove Unified School District must meet the following requirements:

  1. Have earned a “C” average (2.0 GPA) in their overall district academic program for the grading period prior to their participation and for each succeeding grading period during participation.
  2. Meet standards of satisfactory citizenship.
  3. Have a satisfactory attendance record as defined by Board Policy.

Exceptions may be made to the above requirements by a probation committee when health, physical, mental disadvantages, or other extenuating and unusual circumstances exist. If a student-athlete is ineligible at the beginning, or becomes ineligible during a season of sport because he/she is below a 2.0 GPA, he/she remains ineligible until the Monday after grades of progress or record are published where a complete GPA is computed.

For the purpose of clarification, the following terms will be used to determine academic eligibility:

  1. Grades of Progress: data processor generated grades assigned to a student but not officially recorded on a transcript.
  2. Grades of Record: data processor generated grades assigned to a student and officially recorded on a transcript.
Continuing Eligibility
If a student has a grade of “F”, on any mid-quarter or mid-term grades of progress, the student is ineligible beginning the Monday after grades are published. That student becomes eligible as soon as he/she returns a grade clearance form to the Athletic Director, signed by the teacher, signifying that the student is earning a passing grade.
Athletic Eligibility

Every student who wants to participate in a sport must complete and have signed by a parent/guardian the following forms:

  1. Physical Form and Statement of Medical Insurance
  2. Emergency Information
  3. Parent Consent, Field Trip Permission, Physical, Injury, Risk, adherence to Codes of Conduct and Acknowledgment of Athletic Handbook

Athletes must have a yearly physical from a qualified physician who completes the medical examination report. In order to be accepted for athletics, the physical must be completed after June 1 of the school year in which the athlete plans to compete.