Posted August 2, 2021
Area middle-school students will have a new sport to try during the 2021-22 school year: Tennis.
Middle-school sports are coordinated by Plymouth School District Community Education & Recreation, but are open to all area middle-school students, including those who are homeschooled or attending parochial schools.
2021-22 middle-school sports
- Cross Country: for grades 5-8, offered September-October
- Volleyball: for girls in grades 7-8, offered September-October
- Danceline: for grades 5-8, offered November-December
- Boys Basketball: for boys in grades 7-8, offered November-December
- Girls Basketball: for girls in grades 7-8, offered January-February
- Wrestling: for grades 5-8, offered February-March
- Tennis: a new option for grades 5-8, offered April-May
- Track & Field: for grades 7-8, offered April-May
- Golf: for grades 7-8, offered April-May
With the exception of Danceline and Golf, these are interscholastic programs, where Riverview Middle School teams travel to compete with area middle schools.
Registration is handled by Community Ed & Rec, which has commissioned a new registration system that will gather all forms and payments electronically. Please check back in late August when the system is expected to be online.
In the meantime, families are encouraged to arrange for physicals. All participants must have a Physical Evaluation Form on file that is not more than 2 years old and signed by a doctor.
• Visit the Middle-School Athletics webpage
for more information.
• Call (920) 892-5068, email firstname.lastname@example.org, or visit the Community Ed & Rec office on the south end of Plymouth High School, 125 S. Highland Ave. (Door 18)
• Explore the Extracurriculars section of our District Report Card
to learn more about the variety of academic and athletic extracurriculars available at Riverview Middle School.