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Fall Eligibility Requirements

Are you ready for the Fall season to begin? Practices for Cheney Middle School and Cheney High School begin August 17th. Make sure you have all necessary paperwork filed in the office in order to be eligible to practice. Annual physical completed by a doctor (Form PPE) Concussion form (completed during online enrollment) Concussion training

Workout Groups for July 13

Groups can be larger this week, but we still need to continue to: Bring your own water Bring your own towel Stay home if you have signs of illness Maintain 6′ of distance Wear a mask in the building The group sizes, times and locations have changed, so find your name on the schedule.

Summer Workouts Changes

Changes will be made to summer workouts beginning July 6, due to football camps and the governor’s order to wear masks in public places. To summarize the changes in schedules this is the plan for everyone: HS football players that have logged 15 days of activity will have camp at 6:30am MS football players that

June 15 Workout Groups and Locations

Times, groups and locations are changing again! Thank you for keeping up and staying committed to working out and getting better together. This schedule will be in place through July 1. We are able to go inside, limited to groups of 20. A weight room will be set up in the mezzanine so that we

Summer Workouts – Week of June 8 (revised)

Sedgwick County has modified the reopening guidelines which will require us to modify our June 8 groups. Instead of groups of 45, we will be limited to groups of 20 through July 3rd. Health and safety protocols such as screening questions, use of hand sanitizer, cleaning of equipment, bringing your own water and towel, and

Summer Activities Schedules

Summer will look different this year for Cheney High School and Cheney Middle School, but we are working to provide opportunities for kids to be involved and to follow health and safety guidelines set forth by the State, KSHSAA, and Sedgwick County. All students participating in activities on campus this summer will need to have