Assistant Principal/Athletic Director
Athletic Secretary – 206-393-4783
2016-2017 Athletic Season Information:
New and Returning Athletes to Kellogg for 2016-2017 School Year:
August – Main Office opens Monday, August 15th – for a full Athletic packet Click Here
Season 1 Sports: 8th Grade Football, 7/8 Grade Girls Softball and Co-Ed Cross Country – September 8th.
Season 2 Sports: Boys Basketball and Girls Volleyball - November 7th.
Season 3 Sports: Girls Basketball January 17th. and Wrestling - January 31th.
Season 4 Sports Track – March 28th
Underlined sports indicate a cut sport.
*ASB fee of $25.00 must be paid before the first practice/tryout – Sport’s fee must be paid prior to first game. Payments can be made at the business office at Kellogg or online.
- Scholarships are available for students needing financial assistance. Please contact a school administrator, counselor or athletic secretary.
- No refunds will be approved for students who are dropped for athletic code violations or who quit after the first interscholastic contest.
*Make sure to get a SPORTS PHYSICAL THIS SUMMER!
Sports Physical’s are usually good for 2 years – make sure it is completed and signed by your physician at the time of your athletes visit to the doctor. *Prior KMS athletes who have a current physical on file, please check with the Athletic secretary to make sure it is still up to date!
The following expectations apply to all student-athletes throughout each season and will be carefully considered by coaches when making decisions.
Academics: All athletes must pass all classes the previous semester to be eligible to turn out. During the season athletes must be passing all classes to remain eligible for competition. Attendance: Attendance at practices and games is instrumental in the development of teamwork, skills and knowledge of the sport. Athletes must attend a minimum of 50% of the school day to practice or compete. Skill/Physical Fitness: Athletes should demonstrate teamwork, sport specific skills and on-going effort towards maintaining high levels of physical fitness. Citizenship: Athletes will demonstrate positive interpersonal, social skills and sportsmanship. Athletes are expected to follow all school, classroom and team rules, respect other students and staff. Sportsmanship: Athletes should demonstrate a positive attitude, be encouraging, respect their own team as well as the opposing team, referees and game officials.
Athletics Contacts – 2015-2016
Casey Campbell Asst.Principal/Athletics Director Paige Keele Athletics Secretary Mike McMurray Basketball (7th Boys) Bill McMurray Basketball (7th Girls) Frank Marier Basketball (8th Boys) Mike McMurray Basketball (8th Girls) Bronsa Swint Cross Country Jonny Hoehna Cross Country Brian Hamshaw Football (8th) AnneMarie Culver Softball Jonny Hoehna Track & Field (8th Boys) Lori Henry Track & Field (8th Girls) Jacob Dove Track & Field (7th Boys) Sara Mondragon-Flores Track & Field (7th Girls) Bryan Officer Wrestling Jonny Hoehna Wrestling TBD Volleyball (7th Girls) TBD Volleyball (8th Girls) Anne Marie Culver Volleyball (Overload Coach)
School Athletic Event Attendance – Kellogg students are invited to attend after school athletic events and cheer on their classmates. All students must sign in through Hang Time to attend events or have a parent/guardian with them. Please turn in a Hang Time Form if you would like to stay to catch a game.
Medications – For those students needing medication administered at school, a Permission to Administer Medication form (available in the main office) needs to be completed and turned in to the school nurse.
Thank you for your support and GOOOOOO KNIGHTS!