Athletics/Activities

The goal of NCSD activities and athletics is to produce young men and women who have the capacity to be successful citizens in our highly competitive society by participating in interscholastic athletics and activities.

Our athletics programs stress dedication and focus on appropriate skill levels so students can participate with pride. Lessons in sportsmanship, teamwork, competition, and how to participate, win, and lose gracefully are a vital part of each team. NCSD does not condone “winning at any cost” and discourages any pressures that might tend to neglect good sportsmanship and physical or mental health.

Our co-curricular activities are designed to develop student skills and abilities in the areas of accessing and processing information, creative thinking, and problem solving. NCSD provides advisers and coaches in a wide variety of activities and values the benefits students can receive by participating and achieving recognition in local, state, regional, and national academic competitions and activities.

All interscholastic programs are conducted in accordance with existing NCSD Board policy (available on this site under the Board of Trustees tab) and within the rules and regulations of the Wyoming High School Activities Association.

Coaches: Please see the coaching compliance trainings below. You must click on the link for each sport you coach. Then, you must PRINT, SIGN and SEND the checklist(s) to your high school athletic director or middle level athletics/activities facilitator.

Staff

Terry Hooker
District Athletics/Activities Manager
307-253-4319
Terry_hooker@natronaschools.org


Ruth M. Putnam
Administrative Specialist
307-253-4318
ruth_putnam@natronaschools.org


Shannon Fischer
Athletics/Activities/Robotics Facilitator
307-253-4346
shannon_fischer@natronaschools.org


Kellie Olson
Athletics/Activities Secretary
307-253-4340
kellie_olson@natronaschools.org





Sports

Approved secondary level sports in the district include boys’ and girls’ basketball, co-ed cross country running, boys’ football, boys’ and girls’ golf, boys’ and girls’ swimming, boys’ and girls’ soccer, boys’ and girls’ Nordic (cross country) skiing, boys’ and girls’ Alpine (downhill) skiing, boys’ and girls’ tennis, boys’ and girls’ track, girls’ volleyball, and boys’ wrestling.

Age appropriate sports programs are offered at Kelly Walsh, Natrona County, and Midwest high schools. Students at Roosevelt High School may participate in sports at any of the other three schools. Sports also are offered at CY Junior High, Centennial Junior High, Dean Morgan Junior High, and Frontier Middle schools. Students at Casper Classical Academy may participate in sports at other junior high/middle school locations.

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Student Insurance

The Natrona County School District does not provide any type of health or accident insurance for injures that may happen to your child at school. However, insurance is required for students who wish to participate in secondary level sports through NCSD schools.

For that reason, the district makes available information about student accident insurance coverage provided by Student Assurance Services, Inc. A variety of plans are available to help families who may not have medical insurance, who may have high deductibles on their medical insurance or whose children need additional medial insurance coverage to be eligible for participation in district athletics. Coverage also is available for dental accidents.

The Student Accident Insurance Guide is available on this page. Please read the information carefully. For more information, contact Patrick J. Freiberg, Casper agent for Student Assurance Services, Inc. (NOT A DISTRICT EMPLOYEE), (307) 266-3837, pjfjf@aol.com

Insurance Packet

Activities

Secondary level cocurricular activities that are covered by the Wyoming High School Activities Association include academics, academic team, art, band, cheerleading, DECA (Distributive Education Clubs of America), drama, FBLA (Future Business Leaders of America), FFA, FHA (Future Homemakers of America), foreign language, forensics, industrial arts, journalism, language arts, orchestra/guitar, ROTC (Reserve Officers’ Training Corps), science, social studies, student council, and vocal music.