Activities Office

Henry Sibley State Baseball Champs PictureParticipation in activities and athletics plays an important role in the academic, social and emotional growth and development of students. Research shows that students who are involved in high school activities do better in school and have a higher grade point average. Furthermore, involvement in high school activities builds character, increases self-confidence, relieves tension, generates school pride and a sense of community, and because they nurture a feeling of belonging, involvement in activities makes students want to achieve.

Henry Sibley High School offers more than 50 sports and co-curricular activities. All students are highly encouraged to get involved and enrich their academic experience. 

NEWS AND ANNOUNCEMENTS

  • Register for sports using FeePay 

  • Sports Physical Form click here

  • Customizable Warrior gear is now available online 

  • Parent Surveys will be sent via email to allow for feedback after the season is over
  • Student Surveys will be sent via email to allow for feedback after the season is over 

Winter Sports (17-18) Start Dates

Dance - October 23rd
Girls Hockey - October 30th 
Gymnastics - November 13th 
Boys and Girls Nordic Ski - November 13th 
Girls Basketball - November 13th
Boys Hockey - November 13th
Boys Basketball - November 20th
Wrestling - November 20th 
Boys Swimming - November 27th
 
 


ACTIVITIES STAFF
Prentice Smith, Activities Director
651-403-7201 | prentice.smith@isd197.org

Sue Soine, Activities Secretary
Phone: 651-403-7206 | Fax: 651-403-7271 | sue.soine@isd197.org


MISSION
 
District 197 is committed to an interscholastic athletic program based upon excellence, positive student interaction and the promotion of athletics as part of a total education program. 

STATEMENT OF PHILOSOPHY 
The basic philosophy of the interscholastic athletic program of Independent School District 197 is to provide competitive athletic opportunities for young men and women under the competent leadership of qualified coaches. 

District 197 will strive for a winning tradition through developing pride, excellence, participation and community support in our athletic programs. The programs will be based on an organized athletic system which affords students the opportunity to participate and develop their mental, physical and athletic skills. 

 
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