In conjunction with the 27 schools in the Greater Kansas City Suburban Conference, Ray-Pec High School will have a two-phase re-opening of athletic facilities for use by activity groups and athletic squads. All workouts and practices are OPTIONAL. All students who attend summer workouts or practices must have a permission form signed by a parent before being allowed to participate. This includes students who have already turned 18.
Coaches will contact students with the permission form and the specific times and locations for workouts.
Phase I - June 15 to July 2
Students will be allowed on campus in groups of 50 or fewer to begin conditioning and stretching workouts with coaches. Temperatures will be taken when students arrive. Students should bring their own water bottles and towels. No building access will be allowed. There will be no common drinking areas or use of school equipment. This period will be used for conditioning and stretching so students are not at increased risk of injury after a long period of inactivity.
July 3-5: Facilities will be closed
Phase II - Starting Monday, July 6
Sports teams and activity groups will be allowed to start summer workouts and practices.
Ray-Pec Athletic Booster Club
The Ray-Pec Athletic Booster Club is a non-profit organization to encourage parent participation and to raise funds to enhance and expand the athletic programs available to students at Ray-Pec High School. The Booster Club provides financial support beyond the school budget to support all athletic programs at the high school. Memberships are are available for parents, grandparents and other family members, faculty, staff, alumni, and community members.
Students (grades 7-12) planning to participate in athletics must have a completed, current physical on file with the high school Activities Office before the start date for practice. Physical form
The form includes 4 completed pages. Any student without a current physical on file will not be allowed to attend practice/try-outs until bringing the completed form to the Activities Office.
This includes students who plan to participate in sports, marching band, cheerleading, dance, and color guard. Physicals are now good for two years from the date of the exam.
If your student has already obtained a physical, you may email the form to Karen Moore at email@example.com, fax the form to 816-892-1452, or drop the form at the high school front office. Link to physical form.
The District provides a supplemental insurance policy for each athlete. This is in addition to a student's private health insurance.