DTSD Approves a Health and Safety Plan for Athletics
The Derry Township School District Health and Safety Plan for Athletics plan was developed based on the guidance and recommendations from various federal, state, and local governments including but not limited to The Centers for Disease Control (CDC), the Pennsylvania Department of Health (PA DOH), as well as the National Federation of State High School Associations (NHFS) and the Pennsylvania Interscholastic Athletics Association (PIAA). The recommendations set forth in the health and safety plan will be adjusted as needed as new information becomes available in order to decrease the risk of exposure for our coaches, staff, athletes, and spectators. Click here for review the details of the plan.
Questions and concerns with regard to the Athletic Health and Safety Plan should be directed to:
Derry Township School District
717.534.2510 ext. 2277__________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________First Practice Day for Fall Sports has been postponed to Friday, September 4th, 2020.__________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________Sports Physicals: You need a new sports physical every school year & it must be completed after June 1st, 2020. The PIAA Physical Packet is available online.Please submit completed paperwork to the athletic office.If you have any questions, please call the Athetlic Office at 717-531-2205 or email Linda O'Connor at email@example.com.This is the link for the PIAA physical paperwork: https://bit.ly/DTSDPhysicalPacket______________________________________________________________________________________________________________As per PIAA Guidelines, there will be NO SPECTATORS allowed at fall sporting events.______________________________________________________________________________________________________________
Hershey Girls Tennis Sign-up – Fall 2020
The fall tennis season will be quickly approaching… now is the time to start working out, taking lessons, and just hitting whenever you can! In order to better prepare for the upcoming season, we have been doing pre-pre-season workout sessions for a month or two before the season actually starts. These workout sessions will be held at the Areba courts every Monday and Thursday from 4:00-5:30 beginning on July 6th, pending the situation of the COVID-19 pandemic. We invite all girls interested in coming out for tennis this season to come join us at as many sessions as possible. It is very strongly recommended that you attend as many workouts as possible because pre-season is only one week long and will be used solely for challenge matches and determining lineups. Therefore, these summer workouts will include cardio, and technique drills that will be very beneficial going into the season. We will have an official meeting closer to pre-season to go over all of the team rules and expectations. However, we welcome all girls interested to come out over the summer to properly prepare for the season ahead! If you have any questions regarding the tennis sign ups and workout sessions, please feel free to contact either me. We look forward to seeing you all in July!
Coach Jessica Karl – Head Coach “Remind” App – (Text OR Website)
Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Text “@946gh7” to “81010”
Phone: (717) 599-2273 https://www.remind.com/join/946gh7
Please sign up for the remind app ASAP and message me with your name, phone number, email, and parent’s name and phone number. This is a new code from last year; so you must sign up join this class to receive the most current updates.
Hershey High School is now selling Athletic apparel on line. Click on this website for details.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 .
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