While things are still being finalized, we wanted to share some initial information about upcoming afterschool sports opportunities available for CPS Upper SchoolStudents. Below you will find information about the sports offerings and their timelines. Details about when and where practices will be held, as well as coaches will be made available as soon as they are finalized.

Please Note: In order to participate, students need to maintain an average grade of C or above. Students, coaches, teams will follow all guidelines for the school district in terms of covid protocols, i.e. masks in doors, on buses, etc. Families also need to complete the Parent Consent Form in order to participate. To sign up for a sport, to submit a completed form or for any questions, please email to our PE Teacher, Mr. Richardson.

Upper School (afterschool intramural) Sports

Session I: Oct. 4 - Nov. 4

Cross Country: At the end of the session, the Cross Country City Championship will be held at Danehy Park. Orienteering: At the end of the session, students will participate in the Halloween 'O' event.

Session II: Nov. 8 - Jan. 6
Volleyball: Season ends with City Championship around the first week of January 2022.

Session III: Jan. 10 - March 3

Basketball: The City Championships will be held at the end of the session on March 3rd, are currently planned to be held at the War Memorial.

Session IV: March 7 - April 14
Swimming: Once a week at the war memorial pool. Students will learn different swim strokes and the session will end with a City Swim Meet.

Wrestling (tentative / TBD): Depending on space and availability. Students will have an opportunity to train once a week.

Session V: April 25 - June 10
Soccer: The session will end with a City Meet.

The session will end with a City Meet.

Track & Field: The season will end with the Track and Field Meet at Danehy Park.

Auditions are set for October 5th and 7th from 3-4:10PM
Late busses are available!
Students who are interested can sign up outside the Theater Arts classroom (Room 1031) and pick up a monologue to practice for the audition.

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Middle School Network (MSN) 
Afterschool / Out of School Time Programs

Middle School Afterschool Programs
The link above has a variety of programs for middle school students. It is updated every 5 minutes, and more information is added on a regular basis. The programs range from no cost/free to details about fee structures and how to apply.

You will find information for:
  • Everyday Afterschool Programs (5 Days/week):
    - DHSP, CYP pre-teen & middle school programs
  • Afterschool Programs (3-5 Days/week):
    - Programs at CPS upper schools
  • Specialty opportunities (1-2 times a week)
    - Academic Support and Enrichment
    - Inclusive & Special Needs
    - Leadership & Work Experience
    - Performing Arts (Dance, Music, Theatre) (1-2 days/week)
    - Sports/Athletic/Outdoors Opportunities (1-2 days/week)
    - S.T.E.A.M Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts & Math
For families with elementary age students, JK-5th grade, please check out the options here.
If you have any specific questions, please let me, Kunjal Shah Family Liaison know (text/call 8572703365).

Putnam Avenue Upper School Out of School (OST) Time Activities

Putnam Ave. Out of School Activities for Q1 have not begun and will be updated shortly.

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