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Parents and potential Athletes!
Attend this Athletic Orientation Night anytime from 4:45-6:45pm on May 23 (24 and 25 are rain dates if needed!).
This is an informational night and you can meet the Coaches of the sports you may want to tryout out for, ask questions, know what the expectations are, and when the season starts!
You need a ticket for this event and tickets are FREE! go to www.ticketspicket.com for your digital ticket! Info for tickets:
Middle School (6-8th grade) Athletic Director
Phone: 919.560.3926 ext. 23234
If you are on a DSA Athletic Team and have had close contact with someone who is positive AND you have any symptoms of covid19:
You will need proof of:
1. A lab-confirmed negative test (PCR/Molecular) and must be fever free without medication and symptoms improving a full 24 hours before returning.
2. An alternate diagnosis and must be fever free without medication and symptoms improving a full 24 hours before returning. (Doctor's letter etc)
If Students/Athletes/Coaches have symptoms, they will be excluded from school if options 1 or 2 are not followed for 5 days, school will assume positive.
Parent needs to email athlete's test results to COACH GREEN firstname.lastname@example.org for High School Athletes or COACH MILLER email@example.com for Middle School Athletes
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ATHLETES: if you still need a physical for spring, here is an NCHSAA $25 option. Make sure you have the 21-22 NCHSAA required form when you go. This coupon is valid through 12/31/22:
FastMed: "If you tested positive for covid19 in the last 6 months, you must get a physical from your primary care physician or sports med specialist."
SPRING SPORT HIGH SCHOOL REGISTRATION CLEARANCE SESSION #2 (FINAL SPRING SESSION) FEB 2 4:15-6:15pm MAIN GYM LOBBY~
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We believe that all athletic personnel should strive to teach the basic principle of an attitude toward leadership, competitiveness, fair play, self-discipline and the responsibility for adult living.
We further believe that a pursuit of these personal and group goals are vital to the perpetuation of a healthy democratic society.
Durham School of the Arts adheres to the rules and regulations of the North Carolina High School Athletic Association (NCHSAA) supplemented by state and the Durham Public Schools policies that create an environment that promotes sportsmanship and strong educational priorities.