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2020-21 Sports Season  --  TBD






Volleyball, Girls: F, JV, V


Basketball, Boys: V, JV, F

Basketball, Girls: V, JV, F

Song/Pom: V

Wrestling, Coed: V, JV

Soccer, Boys: V, JV, F

Soccer, Girls: V, F/S



Competitive Sport Cheer: V

Baseball: V, JV, F

Golf, Boys: V

Lacrosse, Boys: V, JV

Lacrosse, Girls: V, JV

Softball: V, JV

Swimming & Diving, Boys: V

Swimming & Diving, Girls: V

Tennis, Boys: V, JV

Track & Field, Boys: V, JV

Track & Field, Girls: V, JV

Volleyball, Boys: V, JV


Cheer, Sideline: V, JV, F

Cheer, Competition (CHS only)

Cross Country, Boys: V, JV

Cross Country, Girls: V, JV

Golf, Girls: V

Tennis, Girls: V, JV

Waterpolo, Boys: V, JV

Waterpolo, Girls: V, JV


Date of Determination for Athletic Eligibility for SRVUSD 2019-20

This is to inform you students in the SRVUSD will be eligible or ineligible on the following dates: Students must have a 2.00 GPA in order to participate on the official date of eligibility.

Grade Period

Ending Grade Period Date

*Official Date of Eligibility


North Coast Section Grading Policy By-Law 205 Section 3

  1. Schools or Districts or Leagues or Sections must establish an eligibility date following the immediately previous grading period in compliance with their respective CIF Section Policy. This is the date on which all students become eligible and ineligible based on their officially posted grades in the immediately previous grading period.
    Note: This day is identified as the “*date of determination”.
  2. Grades cannot be changed following the grading period for purposes of addressing any deficiency in an individual student’s scholastic eligibility.
  3. Only grades changed in accordance with all California State Education Code requirements and approved by the principal may be used for purposes of determining scholastic eligibility. Grades must be changed no later than the date of eligibility.

Teachers: Just to clarify:

You do NOT have to change student grades so that they become eligible.

In fact, we would encourage you not to unless there are unique and extenuating circumstances.

The quarter grade should be an appropriate reflection of student progress at this point and students know that these are the grades on which their participation depends.

Academics come first, and we do not want you to feel that you have to make compromises on student achievement.