The IESA has officially canceled the state track & field series. Please use this link to read more: https://www.iesa.org/news/
Physical exams are required each year for students who are participating in any after-school sport. Students must submit the completed physical exam form to the middle school office prior to the first day of tryouts or practice. Sports physical exams are good for only one year from the date of the exam. Exams must be on file in the school nurse’s office before the student will be allowed to participate.
District 67 does not offer sports physicals through the school. If your child is planning to participate in any sports program during the school year, it is important that a sports physical exam be scheduled as soon as possible. Please have your child's physician complete and sign the Certificate of Child Health Examination form (available at the DPM office, the Administration Center, or by downloading from this page of our website).
Please note: parents and students are also required to review and return a signed copy of the Concussion Information Sheet if the student will be participating in any interscholastic sports.
The Athletic Handbook is included in the DPM Student Handbook and contains athletic department expectations, team descriptions, tryout dates, school directions, and many more details. Once selected for a team, each student will receive specific information regarding practice and game dates, policies, and team expectations. For additional information, please download and read the DPM Handbook (link at left).