Athletics and Activities
The second sports season for RMS will begin October 18th. Girls basketball, boys swim, and wrestling schedules have been posted on the sport pages. All athletes must have a physical turned in to start practice. The mandatory parent meeting will be held on October 20 at 7 pm in the high school main gym. If you have already attended this fall please come at 7:30 to meet with coaches and get season information.
Be sure to have your physicals completed
before the first day of practice.
Proof of Insurance is required and must be turned in prior to traveling or competing. Please make a photo copy of the card or take a picture and turn in to the Activities Office or email to email@example.com.
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Rawlins High/Middle School is listed under Carbon County School District #1.
Parents must attend one parent meeting per year before their athlete is able to compete. They are held at the beginning of each sports season. If you were unable to attend, please call the Activities Office at 328-9280 to arrange another time.
Rawlins Athletics & Activities Director
Phone: 307-328-9280 x2323
Rawlins Athletics & Activities Secretary
Phone: 307-328-9280 x2325
All athletes must have a physical to practice.
Parents must attend one parent meeting per year before their athlete is able to compete. Please call the activity office (328-9280) if you need to schedule a time to watch the presentation.
RMS students may participate in these activities:
- 6th grade: Cross Country, Swimming, Wrestling, and Track
- 7th grade: Cross Country, Football, Volleyball, Swimming, Basketball, Wrestling, Track, Soccer
- 8th grade: Cross Country, Football, Volleyball, Swimming, Basketball, Wrestling, Track, Soccer
Students at Rawlins Middle School will conduct themselves in a manner adhering to the following procedures in order to compete and participate in school activities/athletics.
Students must be present in ALL classes on the day of the event. The only exception to this procedure is that the student has a written doctor’s note excusing them for the time missed from school.
Students must be present in seven (7) out of eight (8) classes in order to practice.
Students with two (2) or more office referrals prior to the event will not be allowed to participate in the event.
If the event occurs on a Tuesday night and the student received two (2) office referrals on Monday and Tuesday, they will not be allowed to participate on Tuesday night. The opportunity for participation begins anew on Wednesday of the same week.
Students that are tardy five (5) or more times to class prior to the event will not be allowed to participate. If the event offers on Thursday night and the student received five (5) or more tardies Monday through Thursday, they will not be allowed to participate on Thursday night. The opportunity for participation begins anew on Friday of the same week.
Students are not required to have a sports physical to participate in clubs. They may be subject to academic eligibility requirements to participate in some club activities.
This club is a representative structure for students through which they can become involved in the affairs of the school. Student council members work with school administrations, staff, parents, and community members to benefit the school and community. Students do not have to be elected to participate in student council.
This club provides students with and opportunity to hone their spelling skills and to compete. The Super Spellers meet every other Monday through February after school.
In this club interested 7th and 8th grade students are introduced to jazz techniques. The jazz band rehearses before school.