The Board of Education approves the start of high school Spring sports beginning March 1st. The Spring sport season includes girls soccer, baseball, softball, girls and boys track and field, girls swimming and boys tennis.
“Our high school coaches and student athletes are so excited and looking forward to having a season this school year,” said the District’s Athletic Director Tammie Romstad. “I want to thank the school board and administration for their support and providing our students an opportunity to compete.”
Students athletes will be able to begin conditioning on February 15th. Students who are interested in participating in the Spring sport season will need to contact the Athletic Director at their high school to complete a required form that needs to be turned in before starting workouts. The forms can also be accessed on each of the high school’s athletic page located under the Parent Tab.
The Board of Education also approved the start of intramural Spring sports for middle school beginning April 19th. Spring sports for middle school include girls and boys soccer and girls and boys track and field.
Students and parents interested in participating can reach out to their middle school or athletic director. Consent forms and waivers must be signed prior to participating.
The health and safety of our students and coaches are a top priority. All UG mitigations and district protocols will be followed which includes required mask wearing, daily screening questions and sign in sheets and temperature check-in stations. At this time, there will still be No Spectators at athletic events.
To View Livestreaming
There are several different ways to view livestream KCKPS athletic events:
- Download the NFHS app to any mobile device (phone or tablet). Create an account/log in and then select the school and an event (ex. Wyandotte High School Kansas City KS)
- On your computer go to NFHSnetwork.com and create an account/log in then choose a school and an event
- Go the high school athletic website and click the Livestream tab. Create account/log in and then select the school and an event (click websites below)
NOTE: All KCKPS held games are free to viewers who create an account. If your team goes to play outside of KCKPS you will need to pay a viewing fee for that game when you select the opponents event. Almost all schools throughout the Kansas City Kansas area are livestreaming so you should be able to view away games from home.
For further questions and information contact your Athletic Director at your High School.
Please remember to visit your high school athletic web pages to access information relevant to your individual school. If you can’t find the answers to your questions there, feel free to email your questions or concerns to: (link)