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All athletes MUST be cleared to participate in Athletics at Yucca Valley High School.  
 
We are moving away from all paper athletic packets and all athletic clearances will be done online through the website AthleticClearance.com. Please click clearance site to begin the online process, which is free of charge. The only thing that needs to be printed is the physical form and the confirmation signature page when you have come to the end of your online process. Once you have seen your physician, please upload your completed, signed and stamped physical form and your signed confirmation signature page to your account where indicated to complete the process. If we already have your physical on file and it is still current, you still must complete this online process and upload your confirmation signature page to your account under additional forms to complete the process. You will be required to renew your physical and upload forms to your account prior to the old physical expiring for your athlete to continue to play. All athletes MUST have a current physical on file to participate. The final part of the clearance is an academic grade check, which will be done by the Athletic Director once the student/parent portions are complete and we have received all required signed documents. There is a tutorial video on the clearance site to help guide you as well. Thank you for your assistance! #WeAreYV
 
You will also need to CREATE A NEW CLEARANCE for EACH SPORT you play and  EACH NEW SCHOOL YEAR you play. (You may select multiple sports if you are a multiple sport athlete). Only one physical required each year. Physicals MUST be completed EACH new calendar year. Physicals are valid for one year from date of the exam on the physical form and must NOT be expired in order to participate.

Track & Field Improvements, Spring 2019 

 

The project to upgrade our track & field facility at Yucca Valley High School, one of the most used and seen facilities in the Morongo Basin, is underway. Used by youth programs and the community, the high school and semi-professional teams, the long awaited overhaul kicked off last week with surveyors and district personnel conducting the initial walkthrough for design elements.

 

The financing of this project could not have been possible without the generous support of the LA84, a nonprofit foundation established with surplus funds for the ‘84 Olympics. With a mission of philanthropy, supporting youth sports and coaches’ education have been hallmarks of the LA84. With their latest move to high desert, the LA84 is once again reminding us of what youth sports and life long fitness is all about.

 

#WeAreYV #ThankYouLA84

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Standout Robinson Dashes Through the Gridiron, All-CIF
Robinson electrifies the gridiron...  
Junior, Haley Smith; All-CIF
Ace pitcher delivers again! 
Clayton Smith swings for the fences; All-CIF
Powerhouse junior, Clayton Smith, was honored for his outstanding play during the 2018 season. He earned All-CIF Southern Section accolades.  
Soccer Star Bolha recognized by Southern Section Coaches
2018 Graduate, Jacqueline Bolha recognized by CIF Southern Section coaches with post-season honor.  
Day earns All-CIF Honors
As a member of the undefeated De Anza League Champions and CIF Southern Section Quarterfinalist Volleyball team, Jamila Day earns All-CIF Honors.  
MUSD Extra-Curricular and Co-Curricular Eligibility Policy

MUSD Administrative Regulation 6145

Extra-curricular and Co-curricular Activities
 
Definitions
For purposes of applying eligibility criteria for student participation, extra-curricular and co-curricular activities shall be defined as follows: (Education Code §35160.5)
  1. Extra-curricular activities are not part of the regular school curriculum, are not graded, do not offer credit, do not take place during classroom time, and have all of the following characteristics:
    • The program is supervised or financed by the school district.
    • Students participating in the program represent the school district.
    • Students exercise some degree of freedom in the selection, planning, or control of the program.
    • The program includes both preparation for performance and performance before an audience or spectators.
  2. Co-curricular activities are programs that may be associated with the curriculum in a regular classroom.

An activity is not an extra-curricular or co-curricular activity if either of the following conditions applies: (Education Code §35160.5)

  1. It is a teacher-graded or required program or activity for a course which satisfies the entrance requirements for admission to the California State University or the University of California. (cf. 6143 - Courses of Study)
  2. It is a program that has as its primary goal the improvement of academic or educational achievement of students.

 

Eligibility Requirements

The grade point average (GPA) used to determine eligibility for extra-curricular and co-curricular activities shall be based on grades of the last previous grading period during which the student attended class at least a majority of the time. If a student was not in attendance for all, or a majority of, the grading period due to absences excused by the school for reasons such as serious illness or injury, approved travel, or work, the GPA used to determine eligibility shall be the grading period immediately prior to the excluded grading period(s). (Education Code §35160.5) (cf. 5113 - Absences and Excuses)

When a student becomes ineligible to participate in extra-curricular or co-curricular activities in the upcoming grading period, the principal or designee shall provide written notice to the student and his/her parent/guardian.

A student is fully eligible to participate in all co-curricular and extra-curricular activities if he/she has a minimum of a "C" (2.0) grade point average on a 4.0 grading scale with no more than one failing grade ("F") for classes attempted during the previous grading period and maintenance of minimum progress toward meeting high school graduation requirements.

In the event a student finds that he/she is academically ineligible to participate in co-curricular or extra-curricular activities in the first grading period of the upcoming school year, he/she may request that the total spring and summer school grades be used to determine eligibility for the first grading period of the upcoming school year. In such cases, grades earned through satisfactory completion of summer school classes will be averaged together with grades from spring semester in determining the minimum 2.0 grade point average to determine fall eligibility.

Students may also replace a fail "F" grade with a passing grade by successfully completing the same course through a summer school class. A passing grade in the same academic course taken in summer school may negate a previous semester failing "F" grade for eligibility purposes and for determining satisfactory progress toward graduation.

A student who finds that he/she is academically ineligible to participate in co-curricular and extra-curricular activities is entitled to a one-time probationary period of nine (9) weeks. The student will be permitted to participate in extra-curricular and co-curricular activities during the probationary period. If, at the conclusion of the nine (9) week period he/she has maintained no less a 2.0 total grade point average, he/she has no more than one (1) failing "F" grade, and he/she maintained at least the minimum progress toward meeting high school graduation requirements, he/she will be deemed fully eligible to participate in all co-curricular and extra-curricular activities. Every student who successfully completes his/her probationary period, as described in this paragraph, maintains full eligibility for the entire grading period. A student may use only one nine-week probation throughout his/her high school enrollment.

Until receiving grades in the Morongo Unified School District, incoming transfer students are eligible to participate in co-curricular and extra-curricular activities if, on the date the student transfers, he/she met the eligibility requirements of the school from which he/she transferred and has no more than one failing grade ("F") in the previous grading period, and has maintained the minimum progress toward meeting high school graduation requirements.

Regulation MORONGO UNIFIED SCHOOL DISTRICT

approved: November 6, 2001 Twentynine Palms, California

revised: November 2, 2004

revised: September 17, 2013

 

MUSD Board Policy 6145

Eligibility Requirements

To be eligible to participate in extra-curricular and co-curricular activities, student in grades 7-12 must demonstrate satisfactory educational progress in the previous grading period, including, but not limited to: (education Code §35160.5)

  1. Maintenance of a minimum of 2.0 grade point average on a 4.0 scale in all enrolled classes
  2. Maintenance of minimum progress toward meeting high school graduation requirements
  3. No more than one failing grade ("F") in the previous grading period 
Athletic Director
Athletic Director 
Assistant Principal

 

Mr. Chris Fore

 Assistant Principal

 

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17-18 League Champs 
 
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Boys Cross Country
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Volleyball 
 
*Most titles in DAL
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18-19 League Champs 
 
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2017-2018 CIF Teams 
 
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Golf 
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Girls Tennis 
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Volleyball 
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2018-2019 CIF Teams  
 
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Football 
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Volleyball 
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