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    Parents/Students:
    Sports Participation forms will now be completed through Parent Access just as you have done in the past with other school related forms. Please log into your Parent Access account at https://parents.bhprsd.org/genesis
    Once logged in, you will see the Sports Participation form to complete. You must be logged in as a Parent account. Student accounts will not have access to the form. 
    If you do not remember your password, you can use the "forgot my password" function. Your username is the email address we have on file. Only click it once. Please be aware that the password reset could take some time, up to 24 hours. If you still do not receive an email, you may be using the wrong email address. Try a different one or contact the counseling office for the email you have on file. 

    SUMMER 2020 ATHLETIC INFORMATION

    UPDATE: August 20th: Today, the New Jersey State Interscholastic Athletic Association’s (NJSIAA) Sports Advisory Task Force released its Return-to-Sports Plan, which provides detailed schedules for fall and winter sports.  The dates for the spring sports season will be announced at a later date; the task force recognizes the need to maximize the spring season due to the loss of the season last school year.

    The outdoor fall sports – football, cross country, field hockey, girls tennis and soccer – will begin practice on September 14.  Girls tennis will begin competition on September 28.  Cross country, field hockey and soccer will begin competition on October 1, and opening day for the football season will be Friday, October 2.  Girls Volleyball will be moved to a new, special season that will begin with practices on February 16 and competition on March 3.  If circumstances change, and we are unable to have a fall season, the outdoor fall sports will also be played at this time. Here at Triton, cheerleading will remain during season 1 as an outdoor sport, thus they will be unable to take part in any indoor competitions until further direction is received from the NJSIAA regarding indoor competition.  

    Winter sports teams may begin practicing on December 3.  Winter sport competition will begin on December 21. All of these dates are subject to change based on guidance from the Governor and Department of Health. 

    The Sports Advisory Task Force was guided by a set of principles that take into account the unique circumstances that we all are living through.  Their goals were to ensure health and safety; promote participation, not championships; limit travel; and stay flexible in the face of changing circumstances.  With these principles in mind, schedules will be condensed, competition will be local, out-of-state competition will be prohibited, and post-season play will be limited and local, with no statewide championships.
     

    UPDATE: July 30th: Please click on this link to watch a short video with the latest update from the NJSIAA.  Click here to watch the NJSIAA video

    Beginning Monday, July 13th, we will be following the NJSIAA Phase 1 Guidelines that were released in late June and will be in effect through July 26th.  Prior to starting, our fall teams (athletes and coaches) have taken part in a pre-screening process and will undergo a daily health screening once workouts begin.  The workouts will be held twice per week, for a maximum of 90 minutes. During these workouts we will:

    • Follow our Heat Participation Policy.
    • Complete a Daily COVID-19 Questionairre
    • Practice proper social distancing.
    • Workout in small groups, limited to 10 persons or less.
    • Be wearing face masks or coverings when not engaged in high aerobic activity.
    • Not share equipment, including balls and/or water bottles.
    • Thoroughly clean and disinfect equipment, benches and restrooms after each workout.

    If you have any questions, please contact our Athletic Director, Mr. Keith Williams, kwilliams@bhprsd.org or call 939-4500.

    Today, July 10th, the NJSIAA released another portion of its “Return To Play” guidelines for high school athletics.  You can read the NJSIAA press release here.  

     

     
     
     
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