KiMS Athletics 2024-25 - Kirkland Middle School (2024)

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Middle School Athletics Format
2024-2025 School Year

  • 3 Competitive Sports Seasons
    • 8 weeks each
    • Competing against other schools
    • Tryout and non-tryout sports each session
  • 6 Intramural Sessions
    • 2 weeks each
    • Competing with other KiMS students
    • All non-tryout sports
  • COMPETITIVE SPORTS FAQs
  • INTRAMURAL SPORTS
  • REGISTER THROUGH FINAL FORMS
  • COST
  • PHYSICAL CLEARANCE FORM

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COMPETITIVE SPORTS FAQs

What is the difference between tryout vs. non-tryout sports?

Tryout sports:

  • Limited number of spots.
  • Coaches will evaluate athletes’ skills and abilities to the best of their ability.
  • Tryouts will be 3-4 days. Separated into Varsity and Junior Varsity depending on evaluated skills and abilities.
  • Athletes may miss up to one day of tryouts and still be considered for team selections.

Non-Tryout Sports:

  • All athletes of all skill levels are welcome.
  • Due to transportation limitations and obstacles, away competitions may have limited travel numbers.

What happens when a student does not make a team?

  • Student athletes who are not selected for a varsity or junior varsity team can switch participation to the non-tryout sport for that season.
  • Additionally, the practices held for try-outs will be included in the 8 practices required to be eligible for the first competition.

What are the practice times?

  • Practices will be Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, and Friday.
  • Practices will be from 2:30-4:00pm.
  • Practices are CLOSED to the community.

Is there anattendance policy?

  • Athletes are required to be present AND participate at 8 practices before being eligible for the first competition.
  • Full commitment is required for tryout sports. Multiple unexcused absences can result in removal from the team.
  • School Attendance – Students must be present for half of the school day (3 out of 6 periods) to be eligible for same day practices and competitions.

Do you provide transportation to competitions?

  • Transportation for competitions is provided from KiMS to the away school and back to KiMS after the event.
  • Families are allowed to come and watch athletes but must follow all school rules and appropriate sportsmanship protocols when on LWSD school property.

INTRAMURAL SPORTS

  • Consist of 6, two-week sessions (activities have yet to be determined).
  • All intramural activities are co-ed and open to all grades.
  • Intramurals are designed to be fun and non-competitive.
  • A sportsphysical is recommended, butNOTrequired to participate in intramurals.
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REGISTER THROUGH FINAL FORMS

Registration for BOTH competitive and intramural sportsis done online throughFinalForms. Your information is saved from season-to-season and year-to-year, making the registration process quick and easy.

FinalForms instructions
You will need the following information to allow for accurate completion of your online registration:

  • Basic Medical History & Health Information
  • Insurance Company & Policy Number
  • Doctor & Dentist Contact Information
  • Hospital Preference

Creating an account
FinalForms sends an email to parents and students with steps to create a FinalForms account. Emails are only sent if the is in grades 6-12. The student must be enrolled in Lake Washington School District before an account creation email is sent. If you need assistance creating your account, please contact FinalForms technical support:support@FinalForms.com.

Registering a student

  1. VisitFinalForms
  2. Click LOGIN under the Parent icon.
  3. Click INCOMPLETE FORMS.
  4. Select the sports for which you would like to register. Your selection can be changed at any time prior to the registration deadline.
  5. Complete each form and sign your full name in the Parent Signature field at the bottom of the page. After signing a form, click SUBMIT FORM and move on to the next form.
  6. You will see a “Forms Finished” message when all forms are complete.
  7. If required, an email will automatically be sent to the your student, prompting them to complete the forms requiring their signature.
  8. Click MY STUDENTS when you are done. Repeat steps 3 - 6 for additional students.
  9. If you need to update your information, click the UPDATE FORMS button.

COST

Competitive Season Sports Fee

At the middle school level, the athletic participation fee for regular season sports is:

  • $100per sport
    • $200 individual cap
    • $300 same school family cap
  • Students also need to have a current school year ASB membership ($30)

Intramurals Fee

The cost for Intramural Sports is $30 per student per session.

  • Students also need to have a current school year ASB membership ($30)

Payment

Sports registration payments can be made online through the LWSD Payment Portal.

Refund Policy

Refunds for the athletics fee are granted only under the following circ*mstances:

  • Student quits due to illness or injury prior to first contest
  • Student quits due to family moving prior to first contest

Refund must be requestedpriorto the end of the sports season.

Scholarships

If you need assistance paying for athletic fees, please see Mrs. Parkerin the main office to discuss scholarship possibilities.

PHYSICAL CLEARANCE FORM

All studentathletes participating in competitive sports must have a valid physical exam, using thePhysical Clearance Form.

Completed forms can be uploaded directly intoFinal Formsas a PDF. To upload physical to Final Forms: Log intoFinal Formsand select the WIAA PPE PHYSICAL form, directions to upload are on this form.

Please note: Doctors signature,clinic stamp and date of exam are required. Please review your forms prior to submission to make sure they are complete!

Wondering when your student's physical expires? Log intoFinal Formsand you will see the date listed below your student's name.

Intramurals Sports participants please note:A sportsphysical is recommended, butNOTrequired to participate in intramurals.

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Kirkland Middle School is ranked #10 in Washington Middle Schools.

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Lake Washington School District (LWSD) has 33 elementary schools (grades K-5), 14 middle schools (grades 6-8) and nine high schools (grades 9-12) throughout Kirkland, Redmond and Sammamish, Washington.

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The total public school enrollment for sixth through eighth grade in fall 2021 was 11.27 million students, according to the NCES.

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High School is an alternative high school in the Houghton neighborhood of Kirkland, Washington, operated by the Lake Washington School District. It is called a 'choice' school because enrollment is purely by choice.. It maintains a maximum of 190 students to maintain a low student–teacher ratio.

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