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Eligibility & Responsibility

  • Eligibility: Athletes MUST have 8 practices (12 for Football) prior to contest participation.
  • Attendance: Athletes MUST be in attendance ALL day to attend practice or compete. **Only doctor or dentist notes will be accepted as excused for partial day absences.


To comply with all Washington Interscholastic Activities Association (WIAA) and Centennial Middle School eligibility requirements, including the following, participants must:

* Be under 15 years of age for middle school prior to the beginning of the activity season.
* Reside in West Valley School District, or have completed the process for out-of-district transfer. * Pass a physical examination (if required) and yearly update.

  • Possess a Centennial Middle School A.S.B. Card.

  • Attend all regularly scheduled classes or have principal/designee permission to participate in any activities.

  • Maintain passing grades (no F’s) in all classes in which they are enrolled. This policy is intended to exceed, not replace, the WIAA Policy. The opportunity for an **Academic Improvement Plan will be provided for students failing one or more classes.

    * Abstain from the use of alcohol, tobacco, nicotine products and delivery devices, or illegal drugs at any time during an activity season. Failure to do so will result in an immediate minimum 10 school day suspension from the activity. Additionally, WIAA policy will be followed for controlled substances and legend drugs.

    * Five consecutive days of missed practices results in ineligibility and practice requirements start over. * Athletes MUST be in attendance ALL day during the school day in order to attend practices or games

  • Not have been suspended (either full day of ISS or OSS) {this includes practices & contests}

  • Take reasonable care of all school uniforms and equipment.

  • Return all previously issued uniforms and equipment and pay all fines prior to participation.

  • These standards are minimums and must be followed. Any coach or activity advisor may establish stricter standards provided the students are notified and informed at the beginning of the season. These revised standards must be approved by the Athletic Director.