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_______________________________________________________________________________________________Sports Physicals: Sports Physicals will be held on Tuesday, June 4th and Monday, July 29th from 6:00-8:00pm. You need a new sports physical every school year & it must be completed after June 1st. No sports physicals will be given at the school before the winter & spring seasons. The PIAA Physical Packet is available online & in the athletic office. If you want to have your physical at the school on one of these dates, please call the athletic office at 717-531-2205 to schedule an appointment. Cost $22.Fall Athletes:The PIAA Physical Packet must be completed and turned in to the athletic office or athletic trainer by July 29th. For 2019-20, the physical must be dated by the doctor on or after June 1, 2019.The first day of fall sports practice is Monday, August 12th. Football Heat Acclimation will start on Monday, August 5th.ImPACT Testing: Derry Township School District will no longer require or perform ImPACT baseline testing for athletic participation due to current research. ImPACT will be used for post-injury assessment only.
Weight Room Hours: Monday through Friday 3:00-5:00pm.All Sports Athletic Passes are available in the athletic office. You may purchase the passes between the hours of 7:00am - 3:30pm. Adults are $40 and Students are $20. Pass is good for all in-season home games for the 2018-2019 school year.Online Gear: Click here to order online gear to support the Hershey Girls Basketball Team.OverviewDerry Township School District believes that sports not only offer students the opportunity to take part in an activity they enjoy, but also provide students many lifelong benefits such as character development, goal setting, and friendships.
Athletics also teach participants lessons in teamwork, discipline, leadership, and overcoming adversity. As such, the District offers an array of athletic programs for high school and middle school students.GovernanceThe Pennsylvania Interscholastic Athletic Association (PIAA) and the Mid Penn Conference (MPC) govern Derry Township School District’s athletic programs.The PIAA is responsible for overall organization, development, and direction of the interscholastic athletic programs of Pennsylvania while the MPC, which is comprised of 31 central-Pennsylvania school districts, is responsible for fostering, developing, and promoting athletic relationships between member schools .
Fall Sports Winter Sports Spring SportsFootballGolfSoccer - Boys
Soccer - GirlsTennis - Girls
Basketball - BoysBasketball - GirlsCheerleadingVarsity, JV, Junior HighSwimming and DivingWrestlingVarsity, JV, Junior HighCheerleadingBaseball
Volleyball - GirlsJunior High