Salmon Bay K-8 has a 6th – 8th grade Athletics Program. We operate on ano-cuts policy! All student athletes are welcome to join the fun.
Here's a list of the sports typically offered during school year. Each coach will provide a team roster and a schedule of the games as soon as they are available. We do not hold practices on Professional Development days or on Wednesdays (school staff meeting days).
Sport Teams include:
Fall: Girls Soccer, Co-ed ultimate
Winter: Boys/Girls Basketball
Spring: Girls Volleyball, Co-ed Track, Boys Soccer, Non-district League Ultimate Frisbee
Middle school sports are a great way to meet new friends, learn skills and techniques and learn how to participate on a team. Even if you have not ever played a sport, this is a wonderful opportunity to try a new activity.
While we do like to win our games, Salmon Bay School’s sports teams are based on the philosophy of having fun, learning how to improve as a player and a team member, and learning how competitive sports work.
We work as a school to help students take risks as athletes and enjoy the benefits of personal and team accomplishment.
Before participating in Seattle School Public Schools athletic program, a physical is required. A physical is good for 2 years. If you will participate in one or more of the above sports offerings, a physical form filled-in by your doctor is due by the first practice of the season, please turn in to the main office. Physical Forms are available in the main office. Download Forms - Athletic Forms & Publications Page
- Student must be assigned to the school for which he/she is playing.
- A private and/or home-schooled student may play for the neighborhood public school they would be assigned to if the private school does not have a team that competes with other schools.
- Note: it shall be the “receiving schools” responsibility to insure that the private and/or home-school student meets all the requirements.
- Completed application including parent/guardian consent
- Current (within one school year) physical examination prior to participating any practice or game.
- Student must be maintaining a 2.0 academic GPA in every class on game day:
- Students must complete a “Student Athlete Progress Report” not earlier than the day before a game.
- For Special Ed students only: IEP team will be involved in final decisions regarding eligibility of special education students.
- The report must be signed by every teacher
- In addition, the student and a designated administrator must sign the report.
- All coaches must carry copies of signed progress reports with them to the athletic event.
- Student must not be under any disciplinary action on game day: expulsion, suspension, in-school suspension, after-school detention and/or any other behavioral eligibility rules determined by the school: i.e. assigned to Saturday School for behavioral issues.
- Student cannot be absent from school for any or part of game day except for extraordinary circumstances. Examples of extraordinary circumstances would be attendance at a funeral or a dental emergency. The principal will make the final determination.
- Student meets Team Coach’s rules:
- Student fulfills practice requirements
- Student attends study table/academic Saturday School
- “Citizenship or Sportsmanship” rules that are established by the coach
See below our links and resources for the Athletic Department for Seattle Public Schools: