Skip to main content
Athletics/Activities Director
  Diana Locke Athletics/Activities Director, Head HS Volleyball, Senior Sponsor, Asst. Track

Student Physicals

All students in grades 6-12 who plan to participate in any sport or cheerleading must have their physical forms completed and signed by a healthcare provider with the credentials of MD, DO, DC, PA-C, or APRN AND a parent or guardian on or before the first day of practice in order to participate.  In addition to the physical form, students and parents must complete a KSHSAA Recommended Concussion & Head Injury Information Release Form.  Students may pick up these forms in the school office if they desire to use their personal family physician or clinic.  Copies or other forms will not be accepted.  These forms can also be found on the school website. Only approved forms will be accepted for participation.  Athletes must have a completed current physical on file with the athletic director before the athlete can practice in the sport of choice.

Athletics

2022-23 Coaches & Sports

Sport Coaches (Head Coach Listed First)
HS Football S. Blosser, Z. Aguilar, K. Sandell, J. McVeigh
JH Football Jalen Risley, Darin Ward
HS Volleyball Diana Locke, Emily Harding
JH Volleyball Jennifer Cully, Ciara Wiley
HS Girls BB Mike Heater, Rheann Heater
HS Boys BB TBA, Zane Aguilar
JH Girls BB Jennifer Cully, Ciara Wiley
JH Boys BB Clayton Engle
JH/HS Track Jennifer Cully, Cody Wolf, Diana Locke, Glen Johnson
HS Baseball TBA, Byron White
HS Softball Ciara Wiley, TBA

 

League Schools

Argonia - Map

Caldwell - Map

Cedar Vale - Map

Central of Burden - Map

Dexter - Map

Elk Valley - Map

Flinthills - Map

Oxford - Map

Sedan - Map

South Haven - Map

Udall - Map

West Elk -  Map

QUICK LINKS

Eligibility Requirements for Sports

In addition to those scholastic requirements as set forth by the Kansas State High School Activities Association, any student of the South Haven School District involved in extracurricular activities must be passing in six subjects of unit weight on a week-to-week basis in order to be scholastically eligible to participate in that event. Eligibility for the week will be determined the previous Friday.

Student Insurance

All athletes 6-12 will be insured against accidents and injuries by a policy purchased by the Board of Education through Student Assurance Services of Stillwater, Minnesota.  This is a LIMITED POLICY WHICH COVERS A PORTION OF THE EXPENSE NOT COVERED BY THE FAMILY INSURANCE.  It is a responsibility of the student and/or parent to inform the office when they need to file a claim.  Claims MUST be made within 90 days.

The KSHSAA Catastrophic Insurance which covers major athletic injuries (7-12th grade) has also been purchased by the Board of Education.

Student Assurance Services also offer a voluntary policy for K-12 students.  Details of this policy will be sent home with students and information is available here.