SPRING SPORTS & ACTIVITIES
Practice start dates are as follows:
Baseball - March 29 (additional arm conditioning may begin on March 22nd)
Golf, Boys & Girls - March 29
Lacrosse, Boys & Girls - April 5
Softball - March 29
Tennis, Boys - March 29
Track & Field, Boys & Girls - March 29
Procedures for registering are as follows:
All activities will align with the guidelines set by the Minnesota Department of Health and Governor Walz's Executive Orders. See the publication regarding COVID-19 Prevention Guidance for Youth and Student Programs for additional details. We are also providing detailed information for UNDERSTANDING COVID-19 PROTOCOLS as they pertain to our Irondale Community.
*To check the status of a physical, please log in to ParentVUE, and select the Student Info tab. The physical date is located at the bottom of the page.
If you are sending in a sports physical, please fax it to the main office fax at 651-621-6805, or scan and e-mail it to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Please feel free to contact us for additional assistance:
- Sue Weber – Activities Administrative Assistant 651-621-6822 email@example.com
- Chris Fink – Activities Director 651-621-6821 firstname.lastname@example.org
- Trevor Mbakwe - Assistant Activities Director 651-621-6991 email@example.com
- Basimo Mohamed – Somali Community 651-724-7482 firstname.lastname@example.org
- Angel Toro – Latino Community 651-724-2854 email@example.com
- Mee Yang – Asian Community 651-724-0396 firstname.lastname@example.org
- Jill Spencer - Native American Community 651-341-1793 email@example.com
Cap on co-curricular fees
There is a $700 maximum amount of co-curricular fees that a family may pay each school year. Our new online registration system automatically calculates this amount, and will adjust your fee accordingly. Please contact Sue Weber at 651-621-6822 or via e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org if you encounter any issues with this. Activities listed on the Athletics & Fine Arts Offerings sheet apply toward the $700 family cap.
Academic Eligibility Guidelines
The Minnesota State High School League and the Mounds View School District require that students be making satisfactory progress toward graduation to be eligible for participation in extracurricular activities.
Middle School Registration/Consent Form
7th & 8th grade athletes that wish to participate on a high school team will also register online. Approval must be obtained at the time of registration from the middle school principal or dean, the high school activities director and coach. In addition, signatures from both student & parent/guardian are also required. Please complete the following consent form and deliver to the high school activities office before you begin the online registration. A new form is required for each season that your student participates in:
Middle School consent form (required for 7th and 8th grade participants only)
Parent Letter (information for all grades)
MSHSL Physical Exam
A copy of a sports qualifying physical exam is required prior to registration for all Athletic teams. If you plan to participate on one of these teams, please provide the Activities Office with a copy of your most recent physical exam. Please note that it takes a minimum of 24 hours from the time we receive the physical for it to upload into our online registration system. Physicals are valid for 3 years from the date of the exam. Parents can check the current status of their child’s physical through their ParentVUE account by selecting the Student Info tab. The physical date is located at the bottom of the page.
Physicals may be sent to the Activities Office through any of the following options:
Main Office Fax: 651-621-6805
US Mail to:
Irondale Activities Office – Sports Physicals
2425 Long Lake Road
New Brighton, MN 55112