2501 Country Club Road
PO Box 310
Lake Oswego, OR 97034
Membership in an athletic programs is an honor that should be carefully guarded. The privilege of competing in athletics also carries added responsibility for each participant. This privilege may be forfeited for conduct that is detrimental to the team, school, or program in general. As a member of a school program, behavior on campus, in the community, and at other schools, reflects not only on the student but on the program and school as well. Criminal acts, violence, intimidation or discrimination, whether at school or in the community, will not be tolerated and may be cause for immediate suspension from the program.
Behavior, dress, and grooming standards are at the discretion of each head coach. It is expected that coaches recognize athletes as representatives of the LOSD. Any violations of rules or regulations that result in suspension or dismissal of individuals from teams or from participating in games must be cleared with the school’s Athletic Director.
Attendance at school for the entire day is a prerequisite for participation in contests or practices. School related activities or appointments with prior approval by the administration do not fall under this regulation. Emergency situations may be reviewed and determined by the Athletic Director.
ATHLETIC PROGRAM STANDARDS
Students must refrain from using alcohol, tobacco/vaping, and drugs.
A dangerous drug is defined as any drug obtained with or without a prescription that has been used in a potentially harmful manner. This includes, but is not limited to marijuana, cocaine, heroin, stimulants, depressants, hallucinogens, and illegal performance-enhancing drugs.
Athletic contests should be conducted in an atmosphere that places maximum emphasis on good sportsmanship, positive relationships between schools, and the educational benefits of competition. Student athletes should compete under conditions which:
- Provide a fair and equal opportunity for success.
- Make maximum provisions for the safety of participants.
- Provide for a broad sense of activities and a balance in competitive levels.
- Preclude the embarrassment, humiliation, or demeaning of any team or individual.
- Emphasize the highest possible level of professionalism and personal integrity on the part of all teachers, coaches and administrators involved.
PRACTICE AND CONTESTS STARTING DATES
During the Association year, practice in a sport shall not be held after the conclusion of a school’s sport season in that sport as defined in OSAA Rule 6.1.6.
Practice Starts August 13
First Contest August 23; Football is August 30
Practice Starts November 12
First Contest November 28
Practice Starts February 25
First Contest March 11
Cheer- Terrie Sheik
Cross Country- Vince Kinney
Dance- Hayley DuLong
Football- Steve Coury
Boys Soccer- Fraser Morrison
Girls Soccer- Foday Kabba
Volleyball- Leejay Lee
Water Polo- Justine Kilsby
Boys Basketball- Marshall Cho
Girls Basketball- Jake Anders
Ski- Spencer Raymond
Wrestling– Jeff Carpenter
Baseball- Jake Anders
Boys Golf- Max Carter
Girls Golf- Daniel Kirkham
Girls Lacrosse- Lauren Anderson
Softball- Chris Gobel-
Boys Tennis- Alex Hart
Girls Tennis- Susan Branam
Track- Vince Kinney
LOHS COMMUNITY SCHOOL SPORTS
Rowing- Kathryn Evans
Boys Lacrosse- Rick Gruen
Snowboarding- Dennis Cohns
Cross Country Varsity, JV
Cheer* Varsity, JV
Football Varsity, JV, Frosh
Soccer – Boys* Varsity, JV, JV2
Soccer – Girls Varsity, JV, JV2 – NO CUT (2017)
Volleyball Varsity, JV, JV2 – NO CUT (2017)
Water Polo Varsity, JV
Basketball – Boys* Varsity, JV, Frosh, JV2, FR2
Basketball – Girls* Varsity, JV, JV2
Cheer* Varsity, JV
Swimming Varsity, JV
Wrestling Varsity, Novice
Ski Varsity, JV
Baseball* Varsity, JV, Frosh
Golf – Boys* Varsity, JV
Golf – Girls* Varsity, JV
Softball* Varsity, JV, Frosh
Tennis – Boys* Varsity, JV, JV2
Tennis – Girls* Varsity, JV, JV2
Track Varsity, JV
*Sports requiring tryouts
**All Sports listed here will be held to the standards of this handbook
CHECKLIST FOR ATHLETIC PARTICIPATION
- Must have passed 5 classes from previous semester
- Must be enrolled in a minimum of 5 classes during the term of participation
- Must have a physical on file in the athletic office on the OSAA School Sports Pre-Participation Examination form Part 1 by parent/student and Part 2 by a licensed physician every two years
- Turn in completed LOSD Athletic Clearance Form
- Have documented medical insurance coverage entered on the LOSD Athletic Clearance Form
- Must have participation fee paid to the Bookkeeper ($300)
All student athletes must be cleared prior to any participation through the bookkeeping and the athletic department.