Tekoa-Rosalia is proud of its interscholastic athletic programs and expects athletes to compete in a manner that will develop a sense of individual pride and accomplishment. As TR athletes compete with other athletes in the area, their actions reflect upon the schools and our communities. Therefore, standards including academic requirements, citizenship, sportsmanship, conduct and loyalty must be maintained at a high level. It is expected that there is a positive correlation between an athlete’s performance and his/her adherence to specific training practices.We believe it is a pleasure and a privilege to coach Tekoa-Rosalia student athletes. We also believe that participating in TR athletics is a privilege. The student athlete is responsible as a citizen to observe the laws of the United States, the State of Washington, and/or its subdivisions. While in the school, the students shall respect the rights of others.
Athletic and Activity Code of Conduct
All students and parents should read and understand the 2017-2018 Tekoa-Rosalia Athletic and Activity Code of Conduct (available as a PDF download).SchedulesThe Rosalia Athletic Director is Mrs. Rosie McLain. She can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org .
All dates and sports are tentative given the ongoing developments of COVID-19. More guidance and schedules will be provided as soon as more information becomes available. As of now, we are planning on starting with Cross Country in the fall.
Athletic Paperwork link-please fill out the required digital forms for sports participation prior to school beginning on September 1st, 2020.Season 1 Feb. 1-March 20 Cross Country, Volleyball, Football, Football CheerSeason 2 March 15- May 1 Track, Golf, Softball, BaseballSeason 3 April 26-June 12 Basketball, Wrestling, Cheer