TASD Activities Catalogue

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#HOWLON STUDENT ACTIVITIES & ATHLETICS CATALOGUE Middle School & High School


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* Visit the TASD Activities webpage for schedules, online registration, activity camp opportunities, coaching opportunities, field and facilities locations, policies and activities code. We also promote our Athletes of the Month and other special recognitions on our webpage! www.tomah.education/athletics

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MERCHANDISE SHOPPING OPPORTUNITIES

An online shop open to the Tomah community and beyond to order TASD merchandise. Customers can choose to have their order shipped directly to their home (with a flat shipping rate) or pick their order up at the High School (coordinated by the Booster Club) free of charge. 3 Shops Open Each Year: Early August | Early October | Early February Find more information at: www.tomah.education/athletics/merchandise * Each sport/team often holds their own specialized spirit wear shop at the beginning of each season. Ordering info will come from coaches/advisors.


Table of Contents Middle School Academic Clubs....................................................................................................2 Musical & Art Clubs ...........................................................................................3 Common Interest Clubs ....................................................................................4 Student Leadership & Inclusion Clubs ...........................................................5 Fall Sports..............................................................................................................6 Winter Sports........................................................................................................7 Spring Sports........................................................................................................8 High School Academic Clubs..................................................................................................10 Musical & Art Clubs ..........................................................................................11 Common Interest Clubs....................................................................................12 Student Leadership & Inclusion Clubs...........................................................13 Fall Sports.............................................................................................................14 Winter Sports......................................................................................................15 Spring Sports......................................................................................................16

TASD ACTIVITIES DIRECTOR Mr. Brad Plueger Office located in the Tomah High School Phone: 608-374-7976 Email: bradplueger@tomah.education

TOMAH BOOSTER CLUB The Tomah Sports Booster Club, a 501(c)(3) organization, is committed to supporting the athletic programs of the Tomah School District. They provide financial support to purchase needed equipment and supplies that are not covered by the school or team budget. They support good sportsmanship and promote school spirit throughout the community. WWW.TOMAHBOOSTERCLUB.COM

TASD Activities & Athletics Policies •

View Policy 5505 “Activities Code”

View Policy 5500 “Code of Conduct”

Follow us on Facebook: @ tomahboosterclub

= activities and clubs governed by eligibility requirements and code of conduct. Online registration is required for these activities.


HOW TO SIGN UP 1. Go to the Activities Online Registration Page 2. Review the Activities Code 3. Complete the online registration on or after July 1st for the upcoming school year. 4. Complete the physical exam requirement (athletics only)

Middle School | pg. 1


MIDDLE SCHOOL | CLUBS Academic Clubs

BATTLE OF THE BOOKS

Available to grades 6-8

America’s Battle of the Books is a reading incentive program for students in 3rd through 12th grades. Students read books and come together, usually in groups, to demonstrate their abilities and to test their knowledge of the books they have read.

MATH 24

Available to grade 6

Active in September through November

The Math 24 club meets once a week in order to prepare for the end of year Math 24 Competition. Math 24 is an arithmetical card game in which the object is to find a way to manipulate four integers so that the end result is 24. Addition, subtraction, multiplication, or division, and sometimes other operations, may be used to make four digits from one to nine equal 24. For example, for a card with the numbers 4,7, 8, 8, a possible solution is the following: (7-(8/8))*4=24.

SCIENCE CLUB

Available to grades 7-8

Active throughout the school year

Science Club is an after school, mentor-based science program for middle school students. This program looks at a variety of activities to promote environmental awareness and to learn more about how science concepts and principles impact everyday life. SCIENCE OLYMPIAD

Available to grades 7-8

Active throughout the school year

Science Olympiad is a team competition in which students compete in 23 events pertaining to various scientific disciplines, including earth science, biology, chemistry, physics, and engineering. There are multiple levels of competition: invitational, regional, state, and national. Invitational tournaments, run by middle schools, are unofficial tournaments and serve as practice for regional and state competitions.

QUIZ BOWL

Available to grade 7

Active November through February

Quiz bowl is a game in which two teams compete head-to-head to answer questions from all areas of knowledge, including history, literature, science, fine arts, current events, popular culture, sports, and more.

Middle School | pg. 2


MIDDLE SCHOOL | CLUBS Musical & Art Clubs

ART CLUB

MUSICAL / PLAY

Available to grades 6-8

Available to grades 6-8

Students who enjoy art have the opportunity to participate in special art activities after school. Due to the number of students who have expressed interest in art club, a new group of students is selected to participate each semester.

The middle school play is open to all middle school students. Auditions will be in early fall. Rehearsals are 3:30 to 5:30 pm on Mondays, Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Fridays. Rehearsals continue through the show dates which are in late November / early December.

Active throughout the school year

JAZZ BAND

Active through the Fall

SHOW CHOIR

Available to grades 6-8

Available to grades 6-8

This group provides band students with the opportunity to play various styles of jazz music in a small group setting. This ensemble is open to any band student who is academically eligible. The jazz band season runs from October through May, and rehearses Tuesday and Thursday mornings before school. The jazz band performs 2-4 times per year, with the majority of performances happening at band concerts. All 6th grade band students interested in this group are encouraged to join after first semester in order to improve their skills necessary to perform in this group.

If you love to sing, dance, and work hard, show choir is for you! Being involved in show choir allows you to perform in a variety of ways. We learn a variety of music from different genres (including pop, country, and show tunes) and incorporate dance into our performances.

Active throughout the school year

SOLO ENSEMBLE - INSTRUMENTAL & VOCAL

Available to grades 6-8

Solo - Ensemble is a yearly opportunity for kids in music programs to perform a solo, duet, and/or a small ensemble piece and get some feedback from a judge. This feedback includes a rating and if it’s really high, they can go on to perform at state and receive another critique. Middle School | pg. 3

Active September to March

Participants must be in choir to try out for / be in show choir. Auditions are held in May for the next school year. Show choir season runs from September to March. There are two levels of Show Choir: Soundsations (advanced) and Crescendo (beginner-intermediate)


MIDDLE SCHOOL | CLUBS Common Interest Clubs

CHESS & GAMING CLUB

FFA

Available to grades 6-8

Available to grades 6-8

Chess club is open to all students. There are three different levels: beginner, intermediate, and advanced. Students practice weekly to learn and build skills. In addition to chess, anyone interested can learn the ancient game of GO. This strategy game is fun and anyone who loves chess will love this game, too!

The National FFA Organization is a student run organization promoting premier leadership, personal growth and career success through Agricultural Education. The Tomah FFA strives to develop members into well rounded individuals, providing different opportunities in: agriculture, recreation, community service, and career exploration. A few activities members can participate in include: community events, leadership workshops, conventions and community service projects.

Active throughout the school year

Active throughout the school year

YEARBOOK

Available to grade 8

Active throughout the school year

Do you love photography? How about graphic design? If so, this club is for you! We are looking for responsible students who will photograph school activities, design pages, choose the cover and layout for the yearbook, and help edit the final product. INTERNATIONAL CLUB

Available to grades 6-8

Active throughout the school year

International Club celebrates and promotes the understanding of diverse cultures, languages and heritage in our school, our local community, and beyond. The International Club is an organization for worldminded students who enjoy international culture experiences as well as social, educational, and outdoor events as a means of enjoying others’ company. The club promotes leadership development and fellowship. Middle School | pg. 4


MIDDLE SCHOOL | CLUBS Student Leadership & Inclusion Clubs

BEST BUDDIES

W.E.B.

Available to grades 6-8

Available to grade 8

Best Buddies is a time for students to socialize and play with special needs peers. Together the students play various board games, card games, file folder games, and do large group games such as a floor puzzle or Uno Attack. Best Buddies must have passing grades to participate and those who help on a regular basis will be able to attend one special activity with the special needs students during the school year.

“Where Everyone Belongs” is a group of 8th graders who help others find success. This is a group of 8th grade leaders who will work to build connections at TMS. They help with 6th grade orientation and follow up lessons. The goal is to help all students feel welcome, especially incoming 6th graders. W.E.B. leaders help to make the 6th grade jump to middle school a smooth transition. To become a member of W.E.B., students must apply in the spring of their 7th grade year.

Active throughout the school year

PEER MEDIATORS

Available to grades 6-8

Active throughout the school year

The trained peer mediators serve as an early intervention resource for conflict resolution within a school. When a conflict arises between two students, a teacher or staff member can refer the disputants to peer mediation. This means that the peer mediation program advisors will learn some basic information about the nature of the conflict. The program advisors then schedule a time for two peer mediators to work with the disputants. During the mediation, a program advisor will be in the room to ensure safety and comfort, but will allow the mediators to facilitate the mediation process. STUDENT COUNCIL

Available to grades 6-8

Active throughout the year

Student Council is designated for all students to get involved. In this organization, students discuss school matters and are encouraged to voice their opinions and concerns about these issues. Student Council plans school-wide events and is involved in community service projects. Middle School | pg. 5

Active throughout the year


MIDDLE SCHOOL | ATHLETICS

Fall Sports - Teams compete against other middle schools in the 3 Rivers Conference. Season runs September through October.

TENNIS - GIRLS

Available to grades 6th - 8th

Girls’ tennis is a fall sport that runs during September and October. Practices start at the beginning of September and run through midOctober. All levels of experience are welcome!

FOOTBALL

Available to grades 7th - 8th

Football is a fall sport with practices starting at the beginning of the school year. The season runs from September through mid-October.

CROSS COUNTRY- BOYS & GIRLS

Available to grades 6th - 8th

Throughout the season, Cross Country member participate in a variety of meets. Practices start in September and run through mid-October.

GOLF - BOYS & GIRLS

Available to grades 6th - 8th

Golf is a fall activity for both boys and girls. Practices start in the beginning of the school year and run through mid-October. This is a good opportunity to learn a lifelong sport. All levels of experience are welcome! VOLLEYBALL

Available to grades 7th - 8th

Volleyball is a fall sport, with practices starting in the beginning of September and running through mid-October.

Middle School | pg. 6


MIDDLE SCHOOL | ATHLETICS

Winter Sports - Teams compete against other middle schools in the 3 Rivers Conference.

GYMNASTICS

Available to grades 6th - 8th

Gymnastics is a team sport that focuses on individual strengths. It helps develop confidence and agility. Come join the fun with this growing sport in the Tomah area. Practices start late November and run through late February. WRESTLING

Available to grades 6th - 8th

Wrestling is open to all students willing to work hard and to be successful in helping a team. Practices begin late-October and run through the end of December.

Middle School | pg. 7

DANCE

Available to grades 7th - 8th

If you like to participate in choreographed dance moves and want to perform at a basketball game or wrestling match, sign up for the Dance Team. Practices start mid-October and run through the end of February. BASKETBALL - BOYS & GIRLS Available to grades 7th - 8th

Basketball teaches students to work together, play hard and respect the game. Expect fun, great competition, and new friends. The boys season runs from late October- mid December. The girls season runs early January - late February.


MIDDLE SCHOOL | ATHLETICS

Spring Sports - Teams compete against other middle schools in the 3 Rivers Conference.

TENNIS - BOYS

Available to grades 6th - 8th

Boys’ tennis is a spring sport that runs from the end of March through the end of May. TRACK & FIELD - BOYS & GIRLS Available to grades 6th - 8th

Track & Field is open to students who are willing to work hard, have fun, and compete individually or on a team. Practices start the end of March and run through May. SOFTBALL

Available to grades 7th - 8th

Softball is a spring sport that runs from the end of March through May.

Middle School | pg. 8


HOW TO SIGN UP 1. Go to the Activities Online Registration Page 2. Review the Activities Code 3. Complete the online registration on or after July 1st for the upcoming school year. 4. Complete the physical exam requirement (athletics only) **Please note that students attending RKLC, RVA, or being homeschooled are welcome to participate in THS activities. Please contact activities office for more information.

High School pg. 9


HIGH SCHOOL | CLUBS Academic Clubs

ACADEMIC DECATHLON

Available to grades 9-12

Active throughout the school year

Academic Decathlon is an annual high school academic competition. The competition consists of seven objective multiple choice tests, two subjective performance events, and an essay. Academic Decathlon is designed to include students from all achievement levels. Teams generally consist of nine members, who are divided into three divisions based on a custom calculated grade point average. Each team member competes in all ten events against other students in his or her division. FORENSICS

Available to grades 9-12

Active throughout the school year

Forensics is a competitive speech team set up for drama and debate activities. Forensics involves different categories with participating students choosing their preferred activity. The aim is to build the confidence and skills needed to research and speak to an audience.

ROOTS AND SHOOTS

Available to grades 9-12 Active throughout the school year

Roots and Shoots members work together to identify environmental, conservationist, and humanitarian issues in our immediate community. Members will brainstorm campaign and service projects to help people, animals or the environment. Members will develop a sense of service and leadership in our commuity. SCIENCE OLYMPIAD

Available to grades 9-12 Active throughout the school year

Science Olympiad is a team competition in which students compete in events pertaining to various scientific disciplines, including earth science, biology, chemistry, physics, and engineering.

NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY

Available to grades 11-12 Active throughout the school year

The National Honor Society is a nationwide organization for high school students. Selection is based on four criteria: scholarship, leadership, service, and character.

High School pg. 10


HIGH SCHOOL | CLUBS Musical & Art Clubs

ART HONORS

PLAY

Available to grades 9-12 Active throughout the school year.

Available to grades 9-12

SOLO ENSEMBLE - INSTRUMENTAL & VOCAL Available to grades 9-12 Active in the Spring

MUSICAL

Art Honors is a program designed to give artistically talented students recognition opportunities and exhibition opportunities for their work.

Solo Ensemble is a yearly opportunity for students in music programs (band or choir) to perform a solo, duet, and/or small ensemble piece and receive feedback from credible judges. This feedback includes a rating and if it’s high enough, the performers can move on to perform at state and receive another critique.

PEP BAND Available to grades 9-12 Active in Winter.

Pep Band is a specialized musical group who’s goal is to promote school spirit, entertain spectators at school sporting events, and motivate students. Pep band performs at home athletic events during the winter season.

The school play is a theatrical production presented at school, and students are the principal actors. Students assist wtih sound and lighting, stage setup, etc. Auditions are held early September and performances are in the late fall.

Available to grades 9-12

The school musical is a theatrical, musical production presented at school and students are the principal performers. Broadway-like shows are performed. Auditions are held early Spring and performances are later in the season.

PIT ORCHESTRA

Available to grades 9-12 Active in Spring

Pit orchestra is a performance ensemble consisting of strings, woodwind, brass, and percussion instruments. The Pit Orchestra performs for the school musical to add to the overall production. They are present at all dress/tech rehearsals in preparation and perform for all musical performances. Auditions are held for this ensemble.

SHOW CHOIR

JAZZ BAND

Available to grades 9-12

Jazz Band is a select group of students playing traditional jazz instruments (saxophone, trombone, trumpets, etc.) that study and perform a variety of jazz styles and arrangements.

SHOW BAND

Available to grades 9-12 Active November through May.

High School pg. 11

Show Choir (Limited Edition) is a musical ensemble that combines choral singing with choreographed dance, with an overarching theme for each show. Auditions are held in the spring for the following school year.

Available to grades 9-12

Show band is a performance ensemble consisting of a variety of instruments. The Show Band performs for the Show Choir shows to add to the overall production. They are present at all dress/tech rehearsals. Auditions are held for this ensemble.


HIGH SCHOOL | CLUBS Common Interest Clubs

CHESS & GAMING CLUB Available to grades 9-12 Active throughout the school year.

Chess and gaming club offers students the opportunity to gather and enjoy informally (and possibly formally) competing in chess and other board games. FFA

Available to grades 9-12 Active throughout the school year.

The National FFA Organization is a student run organizational promoting premier leadership, personal growth and career success through Agricultural Education. The Tomah FFA strives to develop members into well rounded individuals, providing different opportunities, in: agriculture, recreation, community service, and career exploration. A few activities members can participate in include: community events, leadership workshops, conventions and community service projects. INTERNATIONAL CLUB

Available to grades 9-12 Active throughout the school year.

International Club celebrates and promotes the understanding of diverse cultures, languages and heritage in our school, our local community, and beyond. The International Club is an organization for worldminded students who enjoy international culture experiences as well as social, educational, and outdoor events as a means of enjoying others’ company. The club promotes leadership development and fellowship.

DRAMA / IMPROV CLUB

Available to grades 9-12 Active throughout the school year.

This club offers exercises in improvisation, acting, and stagecraft. Students will dive into scene study and master classes. These exercises assist and prepare students in the annual school play and musical recitals. FCCLA

Available to grades 9-12 Active throughout the school year.

Family, Career and Community Leaders of America (FCCLA) is a dynamic and effective national student organization that helps young men and women become leaders and address important personal, family, work and societal issues through Family and Consumer Sciences Education. HOSA

Available to grades 9-12 Active throughout the school year.

HOSA-Future Health Professionals provides opportunities for secondary and post-secondary students to plan and participate in educational experiences that prepare them for careers in the health care professions.

High School pg. 12


HIGH SCHOOL | CLUBS

Student Leadership & Inclusion Clubs

CLASS OFFICERS

Available to grades 9-12

Class officers are designed to help keep the class in order running smoothly, they plan and organize annual events for their class and school. They are a voice for their classmates and act as a unified voice for their class. Elected by their peers in the Spring.

STUDENT COUNCIL

Available to grades 9-12

Student Council is an organization conducted by students and supervised by adults. The purpose of the student council is to give students an opportunity to develop leadership skills by organizing and carrying out school activities and service projects.

DISTRIBUTIVE EDUCATION CLUBS OF AMERICA (DECA)

Available to grades 9-12

DECA prepares emerging leaders and entrepreneurs for careers in marketing, finance, hospitality and management in high schools and colleges around the globe. DECA is an association of marketing students that encourages the development of business and leadership skills through academic conferences and competitions.

LINK CREW Available to grades 11-12

Link Crew is a high school transition program that welcomes freshmen to make them feel comfortable throughout the first year of high school. Built on the belief that students can help students succeed, Link Crew trains members of the junior and senior classes to be Link Leaders. Application/selection process happens in the Spring.

INTERACT CLUB Available to grades 9-12

Interact is a club for young people ages 12-18 who want to join together to tackle the issues in their community that they care most about. Interact club members carry out hands-on service projects, make international connections, develop leadership skills, and have fun in the process. High School pg. 13

STUDENT ATHLETE ADVISORY COUNCIL (SAAC)

Available to grades 9-12 Active throughout the year

SAAC is a committee made up of student-athletes assembled to provide insight on the student-athlete experience. SAAC offers input on the rules, regulations, and policies that affect student-athletes’ competitions.

PROM COURT

Available to grades 11 Active in the spring These honorary titles are awarded to students elected in a school-wide vote. The prom king and queen will be announced at the coronation ceremony prior to the dance. If selected for prom court, you will not be eligible for homecoming court as a senior the following year.

HOMECOMING COURT

Available to grades 12 Active in the fall

These honorary titles are awarded to students elected in a school-wide vote. Homecoming king and queen will be announced at the coronation pep rally Homecoming Friday.

GSA Available to grades 9-12

Gay-Straight Alliances, or GSAs, are student-led and student-organized school clubs that aim to create a safe, welcoming, and accepting school environment for all youth, regardless of sexual orientation or gender identity.

DIVERSITY CLUB Available to grades 9-12 Active throughout the school year

The Diversity Club is for students who are looking to foster a school-wide appreciation for diversity in race, gender, ethnicity, sexual orientation, religion or ability.


HIGH SCHOOL | ATHLETICS

Fall Sports - Tomah High School is a member of the MVC Conference.

TENNIS - GIRLS

VOLLEYBALL

Available to grades 9-12

Available to grades 9-12

Girls’ tennis is a fall sport that runs August through October. Practices start at the beginning of September and run through mid-October. GOLF - GIRLS Available to grades 9-12

Practices start at the beginning of September and run through midOctober. This is a good opportunity to learn a lifelong sport. SOCCER - BOYS Available to grades 9-12

Soccer is a fall activity for both boys and girls. Practices start at the beginning of September and run through mid-October. CROSS COUNTRY - BOYS & GIRLS Available to grades 9-12

Throughout the season, Cross Country member participate in a variety of meets. Practices start at the beginning of September and run through mid-October. FOOTBALL Available to grades 9-12

Football is a fall sport with practices starting at the beginning of the school year. The season runs from September through mid-October.

Volleyball is a fall sport with practices starting at the beginning of the school year. Practices start at the beginning of September and run through mid-October. DANCE Available to grades 9-12

If you like to participate in choreographed dance routines to be performed during the halftime of home football games. Tryouts are held in the Spring of the previous year. SPECIAL OLYMPICS - BOWLING Available to grades 9-12

Registration for Special Olympics athletics is referred to Joe Protz from the Tomah Parks & Recreation. Email: jprotz@tomahonline.com RODEO Available to grades 9-12

Rodeo season begins in August, breaks for the winter and Rodeo competitions pick up in the Spring. Join Rodeo to compete in bull riding, broncs, barrel racing, calf roping, pole bending, steer wrestling, goat tying and more. Athletes must own their own horse and travel arrangements. Contact the activities office for more information.

High School pg. 14


HIGH SCHOOL | ATHLETICS

Winter Sports - Tomah High School is a member of the MVC Conference.

DANCE Available to grades 9-12

If you like to participate in choreographed dance routines to be performed at judged competitions. Auditions are held in conjunction to the Fall Dance team. BASKETBALL - BOYS & GIRLS Available to grades 9-12

Basketball teaches students to work together, play hard and respect the game. Expect fun, great competition, and new friends. The season runs from early October to the early of March. WRESTLING Available to grades 9-12

Wrestling is open to all students willing to work hard and to be successful in helping a team. Practices begin mid-November and run through the end of February. SPECIAL OLYMPICS - HOCKEY Available to grades 9-12

Registration for Special Olympics athletics is referred to Joe Protz from the Tomah Parks & Recreation. Email: jprotz@tomahonline.com GYMNASTICS Available to grades 9-12

Gymnastics is a team sport that focuses on individual strengths. It helps develop confidence and agility. Come join the fun with this growing sport in the Tomah area. Practices start mid November and run through late February.

High School pg. 15

POWERLIFTING - BOYS & GIRLS Available to grades 9-12

Powerlifting is a strength sport that consists of three attempts at maximal weight on three lifts: squat, bench press, and deadlift. The THS Powerlifting Team trains together and competes together. BOWLING - BOYS & GIRLS Available to grades 9-12

Bowling is the fastest-growing high school sport this decade and continues to gain more participation every year that it is offered. Try a new sport- try bowling! HOCKEY - BOYS & GIRLS Available to grades 9-12

Hockey is a fall sport with practices starting at the beginning of the school year. The season runs from September through mid-October. Girls Hockey is a Co-Op team with Black River Falls.


HIGH SCHOOL | ATHLETICS

Spring Sports - Tomah High School is a member of the MVC Conference.

TENNIS - BOYS Available to grades 9-12

Boys’ tennis is a spring sport that runs from the end of March through the early June. TRACK & FIELD - BOYS & GIRLS Available to grades 9-12

Track & Field is open to students who are willing to work hard, have fun, and compete individually and/or on a team. Practices start the early March and run through early June.

SPECIAL OLYMPICS - TRACK & FIELD & POWERLIFTING Available to grades 9-12

These two separate sports are offered both during the spring season. Special Olympics is an avenue for our student athletes to compete against other athletes within our area. Our student athletes can participate in a variety of individual sports, team sports, and unified sports. GOLF - BOYS Available to grades 9-12

Practices start late March through early June. This is a good opportunity to learn a lifelong sport.

SOFTBALL Available to grades 9-12

Join our winning softball team! Softball is a spring sport that runs from the mid March through early June. BASEBALL Available to grades 9-12

Baseball is a spring sport that runs from the mid March through early June. SOCCER - GIRLS Available to grades 9-12

Soccer is a fall activity for both boys and girls. Practices start in the beginning of the school year and run through mid-October.

High School pg. 16


TITO - Mascot The official Tito the Timberwolf mascot costume is held in the Activities Office. Contact the Activities Office with any interest in being Tito!

THS Signing Day Senior athletes that commit to competing at the collegiate level are recognized each year at the THS Signing Day event. This is where students and their families can reflect on their athletic accomplishments during their high school career and also celebrate their future potential during their college careers. View Our 2022 Signing Day Highlights Video

High School pg. 17


TRAINING FACILITY AT THS The THS training facility is open (and supervised) exclusively for Tomah students in 6-12th grade. Sign up is not required.

AM: 6:00am - 7:15am PM: 3:30pm - 5:00pm ever y school day

FAAST ENRICHMENT CLUB FASST=Functional, Athletic, Strength, and Speed Training This summer enrichment course will teach students how to improve their flexibility, quickness, agility, speed, strength, and overall athleticism using the Train Heroic program. This highly participative class will include many training drills used to improve the students’ physical skills. This class is held at the THS Training Facility and open to both middle school and high school students. Online sign up will occur near the end of the school year and sent out by School Administration. FAAST runs for about six weeks during summer break.

Athletic Opportunities Tomah High School is a member of the Mississippi Valley Conference and Tomah Middle School is a member of the 3 Rivers Conference. Both are members of the Wisconsin Interscholastic Athletic Association (WIAA). The rules of these organizations govern the action of their athletes. Tomah High School and Tomah Middle School can participate in the interscholastic programs as listed in this booklet. Clubs and Organizations Every student is encouraged to participate in school activities in addition to what is offered within the classroom. All clubs and organizations are open to both males and females. No form of humiliating initiation or any hazing is permitted. Tomah High School and Tomah Middle School can participate in the clubs and organizations as listed in this booklet. Sportsmanship It is expected that all middle school and high school students will practice good sportsmanship by showing proper respect and courtesy to all visitors, whether they are players, coaches, officials, or spectators.

High School pg. 18


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