Interscholastic Athletic Program - Director of Athletics: Nicholas Trombley
Spring 2019 Sports Information
- Attention Athletes: "Interval Athletic Health History Forms" are available in the main office, in the health office and by scrolling down on this site. These forms should be turned into the health office by February 15th to ensure timely clearance. Athletes must also have a current physical (within the past 12 months) on file in the health office. There will be a list posted by the main office of the athletes (based on last year's roster) who are up-to-date with their physical. If you intend to play a spring sport and your name is not on the list, you will need to contact the school nurse to schedule a physical. We will be conducting physicals in the health office on Wednesday, February 27, 2019.
Please scroll to the bottom of the page to:
HS Health office link or MS Health office link for all mandatory SPORTS forms.
- For those students who have emergency medications such as inhalers, Epi-pens, or insulin/glucagon, please be prepared with orders from your child's primary health care provider allowing for those medications to be used and self-carried at school. There are school medication forms available, we will also accept your child's health care provider's forms.
Note to Parents, Athletes, and NCCS Fans
All Northeastern Clinton schedules are now available online at:
This site will allow you to see all games being played on any given date and the locations of those games. If there is an away game, it will also give bus leave times and dismissal times for those games by hovering your mouse pointer over the game.
The athletic dept. highly suggests that you sign up for the “Notify Me” feature of this scheduling software. This will allow you to select certain sports that you want to be sent updates for such as a new contest, rescheduled contest, or a change of location. The link to sign up for notify me is below.
There is also a mobile app available for our scheduling software, and it is titled “Activity Scheduler” by rSchoolToday. After you download the app, you will need to make selections of our league to see our schedules. There is also a tab on the right side of the schedule webpage that will direct you to the downloading of the app.
The Northeastern Clinton Central School District Board of Education is committed to providing the best possible educational experience for our students with the primary focus on academic preparation. The participation of our students in extracurricular activities, such as Interscholastic Athletics is a very important component to the academic program, providing a well-rounded educational experience. A successful and effective interscholastic athletic program requires commitment from the Board of Education, the Administration, the Teaching and Coaching Staff, the Students Participation and parental support and cooperation. In many cases, this student participation provides a focus for the student's energy, which otherwise could lead the child in a much less favorable direction. Participation in interscholastic athletics usually enhances the academic progress of the student. In most interscholastic athletic contests, all members of a team have an opportunity to participate. At levels below varsity, the emphasis should be placed on developing skills and playing for enjoyment. At the varsity level, winning becomes more important and the more talented athletes are expected to play more.Athletic Transportation InformationIf a Student / Athlete is going to be provided transportation from an athletic event by another athlete's parent guardian, the athlete must print out and complete the Transportation Release Form found below; this form MUST be signed by the Athletic Director or Building Principal prior to the scheduled athletic event and handed in to their coach.
NYSPHSAA on Protecting your Eligibility - See Related files below
Concussion Management for Parents and Community members: Fact Sheet for Parents: "Heads Up to School: Know Your Concussions ABC's". See Related files below
NCCS Concussion Management Policy Head Injury - Return to Play protocol >> Health OfficeBelow are links to be able to find information on concussion safety and research as well as the online training that physical education teachers, school nurses, and coaches must receive: