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Starting Tuesday, June 23rd, there will be voluntary conditioning workouts for all HS volleyball participants. The workouts are scheduled for Tuesdays and Thursdays from 6-7 pm on the HS football practice field. Your student is encouraged to bring their own water and bottles are not to be shared. Student athletes will be separated into Pods during the workout sessions and will remain with those pods throughout the summer workouts per Executive Orders and MHSAA guidelines.
There will be no access to any of the buildings on campus so please be prepared for that when coming to the workouts.
We certainly hope this communication finds you healthy and safe as we venture through this most interesting time. Further updates will be shared as they become available. If you have any questions, please contact the Athletic Office at 269 623-1524.
This Tuesday, June 23rd at 7:00 pm, there will be a parent/boy's soccer player meeting at the HS soccer field for any student athlete interested in playing boy's soccer this Fall. If you have any questions, please contact the Athletic Office at 269 623-1524. Go Panthers!!
Summer conditioning workouts for DK's HS XC team will begin on Tuesday, June 23rd at 9:00 am and will continue on Tuesday's and Thursday's until further notice. Kids will meet their coaches at the HS Aux gym parking lot. With all of the construction activity going on, please enter and exit using Panther Pride Drive only.
Looking ahead, please be reminded that there will be no access to any of the buildings on campus, including restrooms, locker rooms, etc. per Covid-19 guidelines. Please have your student athlete bring plenty of water and note that there will be no sharing of water during the workouts. Their temperature will be taken once they arrive on campus and they will be kept in Pods during their workout sessions.
With the potential for weather related issues, please be mindful that if parents are dropping their student athlete off for workouts, and weather presents itself, parents will need to be available to pick their student athlete up as the opportunity to take shelter inside a building will not be an option. We suggest that you do not leave once your student athlete is dropped off.
We appreciate your flexibility during these unusual times and thank you for your support. Please, stay safe and enjoy your summer.
If you have any questions, please feel free to contact the Athletic Office at 269 623-1524. Thanks and Go Panthers!!